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2018.03.22 Thu, by

Zhang Yue
“If I Could”
GALLERY YANG

The exhibition starts with "Firing". This first part, consisting of 162 pieces of target paper, as if cobblestones along the river of war, forms a path leading to every corners of the whole show. >> Read more
2015.12.31 Thu, by

Being 3 Gallery

Being 3 Gallery was established in November2006, at 798 Art Zone, Beijing, China. Worldwide and locally, it dedicates for the dissemination and exhibition of contemporary art. >> Read more
2015.07.27 Mon, by

Copyleft: China Appropriation Art (Power Station of Art)

In contemporary society, the phenomenon of Shanzhai – “copycat” – pervades every sphere, and plagiarism never ends. >> Read more
2015.04.22 Wed, by

Breaking the Image – Methods in the Treatment of Imagery by Contemporary Artists from China About to Open at Sishang Art Museum

(中文) 3个生动直率的主题,62位参展艺术家,240余件作品。昔日少年已成主人,中国当代艺术的语言逻辑如何浸入到艺术家的生命过程和思考抉选中?寺上美术馆“破图集——中国当代艺术家处理图像的方法”展静候来宾,共同观看…… >> Read more
2013.11.07 Thu, by

Rubell Collection Announces Exhibition of 28 Chinese Artists’ Work in December

It has been announced that the Rubell Family Collection will hold an exhibition entitled “28 Chinese” at their private museum, opening on Dec 4, 2013. >> Read more
2013.07.25 Thu, by

China Dream, Thirty Years: Liu Heung Shing’s Photography

Please join us in Shanghai at the China Art Museum, halls 15 and 16, for the exhibition "China Dream, Thirty Years: Liu Heung Shing's Photography" opening on July 25 at 6pm. >> Read more
2013.01.18 Fri, by

Linda Gallery

Linda Gallery, established in Jakarta, Indonesia in 1990, has been an active player in the industry for 22 years. The gallery has also established branches in Singapore and Beijing. >> Read more
2012.11.16 Fri, by

What “Atypical” Represents

For the vast majority of contemporary artists, finding one’s personal style and distinct aesthetic may be the only possible path towards success — even if style and distinctiveness are not sought by the artists themselves. Yet the exhibition “Magnanimity — a Collection of Atypical Works by 21 Chinese Artists” rejects this  conception by displaying the atypical works of some 21 artists. >> Read more