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2018.07.05 Thu, by

ZHANG DALI
‘Monumental Nature’
Pékin Fine Arts, Beijing

Pékin Fine Arts presents Zhang Dali’s latest cyanotypes and figurative marble sculpture in his 3rd solo exhibition with the gallery. Zhang Dali, China’s most well known graffiti artist, stopped tagging buildings marked for demolition and construction in 2006. However, his deep-rooted connection to urban street life remains very much at the core of his practice. >> Read more
2018.05.08 Tue, by

A.R. PENCK
Paintings From The 1980s and Memorial To An Unknown East German Soldier
Michael Werner Gallery, New York

Michael Werner Gallery, New York is pleased to announce two exhibitions of works by A.R. Penck, one of the most important artists to emerge from Germany during the post-war period. Paintings from the 1980s and Memorial to an Unknown East German Soldierwill be presented concurrently from 9 May to 13 July. >> Read more
2018.02.01 Thu, by

A.R. PENCK
Paintings From The 1980s and Memorial To An Unknown East German Soldier
Michael Werner Gallery, London

Michael Werner Gallery, London is pleased to announce two exhibitions of works by A.R. Penck, one of the most important artists to emerge from Germany during the post-war period. Paintings from the 1980s and Memorial to an Unknown East German Soldier will be presented concurrently from 23 February to 21 April. >> Read more
2017.04.29 Sat, by

Apichatpong Weerasethakul: Monuments – ShanghArt Gallery

ShanghART is pleased to present the first solo exhibition in China by the internationally acclaimed and award-winning Thai filmmaker, >> Read more
2013.06.13 Thu, by

You Build Us Up and Then You Tear Us Down: Eric Tabuchi’s “Monument to Progress”

Monumental architecture is simple. Its strict geometries of circles, squares and triangles; its complex arches or layers; or its great mass or height simply demand attention. But can a renowned building lose its esteemed position? >> Read more
2013.05.30 Thu, by

The Civilization Created by a Train Winding its Way through Monuments

The expressive potential of woodblock prints is being explored in heretofore unimagined ways at Sun Xun’s solo exhibition. Whether it is animation, installation, or painting, these disparate elements are united by the forces of black, white, and paper... >> Read more
2018.08.25 Sat, by

Extending Space – 2018 Dongguan sculpture and Installation Art Festival

(中文) “延伸的空间”由三个单元构成,分别是:具有实验性的当代雕塑装置单元——在全球化视野下讨论有关政治、社会、历史和文化等问题;城市公共对话单元——以互动性为主要特色;和学院与经典单元——在传统叙事语境下展示学院的传承和历史的经典。 >> Read more
2018.06.24 Sun, by

Brilliant City
David Zwirner, Hong Kong

David Zwirner is pleased to present Brilliant City, a group exhibition organized by Leo Xu at the gallery’s Hong Kong location >> Read more
2018.05.24 Thu, by

Robert Indiana, 1928 – 2018
Paul Kasmin Gallery

We are deeply saddened to have learned of Robert Indiana’s death this past Saturday at his home on Vinalhaven. Speaking of the artist, Paul Kasmin says: “Robert Indiana will remain alive through the great legacy he has left behind. He was unlike any other person I have ever met. A genius.” >> Read more
2018.03.20 Tue, by

Shared Narrative(s)
ShanghART Beijing S-Space

ShanghART S-Space is a special project space of ShanghART Gallery with no fixed space and time. S-Space will hold exhibitions for artists and curators in terms of different curatorial ideas. For this time, S-Space moves into ShanghART Beijing, it will present a group show “Shared Narrative(s)” curated by MIAO Zijin. >> Read more

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