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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
2017.06.07 Wed, by

Pan Yuliang : un voyage vers le silence

The moment we embarked on the journey of inves­ti­gating Pan Yuliang and her life, we found the pre­scribed mis­sion of speaking for her impos­sible. >> Read more
2016.12.03 Sat, by

Wei Ligang
“Songs of the Phoenix Mirror”
Ink Studio
Beijing

INK studio is proud to present Songs of the Phoenix Mirror, the first exhibition to explore the full range and cultural significance of internationally renowned artist Wei Ligang’s current calligraphic practice. >> Read more
2016.03.09 Wed, by

Datong Dazhang: The Way Out for Small-Town Art Youth

As a tall man hailing from Datong in Shanxi province, Zhang Shengquan had, in the customary Chinese manner, the nickname of “Da Zhang” (lit. “Big Zhang”), and thus ended up being known as “Datong Dazhang”. He started making art in the 1980s. >> Read more
2015.06.16 Tue, by

Winners of the 2015 “Emerging Curators Program” at Shanghai’s Power Station of Art

Each of the winning teams will receive 330 000 RMB [approx. 53100 USD] to execute their curatorial proposals.
 
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2014.11.08 Sat, by

COSMOS : Opening Exhibition of Shanghai 21st Century Minsheng Art Museum

On Friday November 21st, 2014 at 3pm, the Shanghai 21st Century Minsheng Art Museum will celebrate its grand opening with its inaugural exhibition “Cosmos” (open to the general public on November 22nd). >> Read more
2014.09.29 Mon, by

SOCIAL FACTORY: The 10th SHANGHAI BIENNALE

In 2014, for the second time, China’s foremost state-run institution of contemporary art – Power Station of Art – hosts the Shanghai Biennale, in its converted power plant space. >> Read more
Commentary, 2014.09.22 Mon, by

South of Beijing, West of Shanghai: Survey of Museums in China

The purpose of a whirlwind museum tour was to explore what China might do with roughly 5,000 new museums built in the past decade. This is a phenomenon marked by a dearth of reliable information.
 
 
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Commentary, 2020.09.30 Wed, by

CCA Singapore Online Benefit Auction – Live Now!

Online Benefit Art Auction for NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore Bidding Period 1 – 18 October >> Read more
Commentary, 2017.03.03 Fri, by

Singapore Art Week Round Up

The sound and fury of Singapore Art Week has long since come and gone, its associated fair(s) evaporating till next year. In its wake, however, a fresh crop of exhibitions have sprung forth—here follows, in no particular order, some particularly noteworthy examples. >> Read more

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