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2017.12.06 Wed, by

Huang Yongping · Shen Yuan
Hong Kong Foot
Tang Contemporary

Tang Contemporary Art is proud to announce a new exhibition for Huang Yongping and Shen Yuan, entitled "Hong Kong Foot," >> Read more
2015.10.25 Sun, by

Leviathan–Huang Yongping

Huang Yongping’s large-scale works are again taking over Red Brick Art Museum for the touring exhibition“Bâton-Serpent II”. >> Read more
2015.10.10 Sat, by

Huang Yongping: Baton-Serpent

Following “Circus” in 2014, more of Huang Yongping’s large-scale works are taking over Red Brick Art Museum in the second stop of the artist’s international touring exhibition of “Bâton-Serpent II”. >> Read more
2012.12.14 Fri, by

Huang Yongping “Circus” at Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York

Press Release - “Circus,” a monumental installation composed of a massive wooden hand hovering over a bamboo enclosure, orchestrating a puppet show before fifteen headless animals. >> Read more
2017.06.17 Sat, by

M+ to Restage Historically Significant Exhibition ‘CantonExpress’ Following Major Donation by Collector Guan Yi

(13 June 2017, Hong Kong) M+, the new museum of visual culture in Hong Kong's West Kowloon Cultural District, is pleased to announce Canton Express: >> Read more
2016.09.19 Mon, by

Northern Land, Southern Seas

Tang Contemporary Art is proud to unveil its new Bangkok space. The inaugural exhibition, “Northern Land, Southern Seas,” will bring together the work of more than a dozen contemporary art heavyweights from China and Southeast Asia. “Southern Seas” was China’s name for Southeast Asia in the Ming and Qing dynasties, reflecting a China-centric view of […] >> Read more
2016.09.18 Sun, by

Northern Land, Southern Seas

Tang Contemporary Art is proud to unveil its new Bangkok gallery. The inaugural exhibition, “Northern Land, Southern Seas,” will bring together the work of more than a dozen contemporary art heavyweights from China and Southeast Asia. >> Read more
2014.04.30 Wed, by

CCAA Awards at Shanghai’s Power Station of Art

The Chinese Contemporary Art Award (CCAA) opened its 15th anniversary exhibition on April 26 at Shanghai's Power Station of Art. The exhibition included a range of artists who have won awards; each artist had one or two pieces—with the notable exception of Ai Weiwei... >> Read more
2014.04.26 Sat, by

15 Years Chinese Contemporary Art Award(CCAA)

Chinese Contemporary Art Award(CCAA) will soon launch its 15th anniversary exhibition, “15 Years Chinese Contemporary Art Award(CCAA)”, at the Power Station of Art in Shanghai.
 
 
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Interviews, 2014.04.26 Sat, by

15 Years of CCAA: Interview with Uli Sigg

To coincide with the opening this week in Shanghai of the 15th anniversary exhibition of the "Chinese Contemporary Art Awards" (CCAA) at the Power Station of Art, Randian's Chris Moore spoke at length with Uli Sigg about the history and philosophy behind CCAA, still the most respected art award in China... >> Read more

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