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2016.08.29 Mon, by

Chang Qing “(UN)SOCIAL REALISM” at
Chelsea College of the Arts, London

“The series (Un)social Realism are simply my observations and representations of daily life. These 'clips' may be outwardly trivial but I pay attention to the lives lead closest to me, and I’m interested in the true state of life of people around me. Unavoidably, this series also contains my own judgment and interpretation of what I see” – Chang Qing. >> Read more
2019.01.16 Wed, by

Cao Yi, Li Qing, Yi Xin Tong, and Zhao Zhao: Adrift Chambers Fine Art New York

Chambers Fine Art is pleased to announce the opening on January 24, 2018 of Cao Yi, Li Qing, Yi Xin Tong, and Zhao Zhao: Adrift. >> Read more
2019.01.09 Wed, by

Adrift: Cao Yi, Li Qing, Yi Xin Tong, Zhao Zhao
Chambers Fine Art, New York

Chambers Fine Art is pleased to announce the opening on January 24, 2018 of Adrift: Cao Yi, Li Qing, Yi Xin Tong, and Zhao Zhao. The exhibition examines the current urban landscape of China with megacities unimaginable in scale just a few decades ago, through the work of four young artists intimately familiar with this period of rapid change. >> Read more
2018.07.10 Tue, by

“Plus III”
Wang Huaiqing+Yao Jui-chung
Tina Keng Gallery (TKG)

The Plus exhibition series explores the flow of artistic language across the sweeping current of time and examines how aesthetics have evolved within each generation. >> Read more
2017.09.11 Mon, by

The Portrait, or the Long Road to Emptiness
Yang Jiechang in Dialogue with Heinz-Norbert Jocks

Renowned German journalist, author, curator and art critic, Heinz-Norbert Jocks, met with Yang Jiechang to discuss Yang's his self-portraiture and calligraphy, empathy and the artist, Hitler, copying and becoming human. >> Read more
2016.06.24 Fri, by

Hu Qingtai: Two Parts

Light Pavilion Project 6.23/2016 - 7.23/2016 Opening: June 23, 16:00 Curator: Li Jia Artistic Director: Tang Xin Artists: Hu Qingtai 【Exhibition Briefing】 As the third exhibition of the project “Light Pavilion”, “Hu Qingtai: Two Parts” is made up of “Three Chapters of Discomfort” and “Curved Road”, both documenting something the artist had been repeatedly doing […] >> Read more
2016.05.17 Tue, by

100 Years of Chinese Art: Opening Exhibition of Long Museum Chongqing

100 Years of Chinese Art (1911-2011), featuring more than one hundred iconic works through 1911 to 2011 from the collection, celebrates the grand opening of Long Museum Chongqing. >> Read more
2016.01.19 Tue, by

“The Third Abstraction” & “Zhu Qingsheng”

Professor Zhu Qingsheng, of the history department at Peking University, has divided the development of abstract art into three stages..."The Third Abstraction” returns to the essence of human nature, that chemical reaction as the body comes into contact with matter, and the spiritual nurturing from within... >> Read more
2015.03.27 Fri, by

Hu Qingyan: “Eternal Glory”

Though he has worked exclusively with sculpture in the past, Hu Qingyan created his first video work entitled “From the Studio to the Gallery” for his new solo exhibition. Carrying a pieces of canvas on his back, the artist walks the two meters from his studio to the art gallery... >> Read more
2015.01.29 Thu, by

Yao Qingmei Solo Exhibition: Professor Yao

Magician Space is very pleased to present the debut solo exhibition in Beijing with Paris-based artist Yao Qingmei. Yao’s practice traverses the boundary between performed action and its mode of display, frequently enacting interventions in public spaces to perturb the parameters of reality and its surroundings... >> Read more

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