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2019.03.09 Sat, by

Remapping Reality—Selected Video Collection from Wang Bing
OCAT Shanghai

"Remapping Reality" marks the first comprehensive presentation of Wang Bing’s collection of Chinese video art from the post-Olympic era. >> Read more
2017.07.30 Sun, by

IDRIS KHAN
“Absorbing Light”
Victoria Miro

Victoria Miro is delighted to announce an exhibition of new work by Idris Khan. >> Read more
2013.10.12 Sat, by

“Traveling to the Wonderland” by Xu Bing to open at the V&A in November

Xu Bing will this November install “Traveling to the Wonderland” at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London. The installation has been commissioned to coincide with the museum’s forthcoming exhibition “Masterpieces of Chinese Painting 700 – 1900” >> Read more
2020.04.23 Thu, by

Zhang Peili “The Annual Report of OCD”
Rén Space, Shanghai

This exhibition puts the artist on display, literally. From the inside out. You may never again have an opportunity to see so much of one individual laid bare before your eyes all at one time. >> Read more
2019.09.25 Wed, by

Paulina Olowska
Destroyed Woman
Simon LeeGallery, London

Paulina Olowska’s exhibition at Simon Lee Gallery, London, >> Read more
2019.08.27 Tue, by

Li Binyuan
Breaking Point
Rén Space

Rén Space is thrilled to announce the opening of Li Binyuan’s first Solo Exhibition in Shanghai, >> Read more
2019.05.02 Thu, by

Tony Albert
‘Wonderland’
Sullivan & Strumpf Sydney

Tony Albert’s Wonderland throws into question the historical framework of the global misrepresentation of First Nations peoples. >> Read more
2019.04.02 Tue, by

M+ announces the six artists shortlisted for the inaugural Sigg Prize, with the winner to be announced in January 2020

M+, Hong Kong’s museum of twentieth- and twenty-first-century visual culture in the West Kowloon Cultural District, >> Read more
2019.03.23 Sat, by

Sans Soleil
Edouard Malingue Gallery

If the task of the classical painter is descriptive persuasion, >> Read more
2019.02.03 Sun, by

FOR BEAUTY IS NOTHING BUT THE BEGINNING OF TERROR: MAGGI HAMBLING PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS, 1960-

The British artist Maggi Hambling’s first exhibition in China, “FOR BEAUTY IS NOTHING BUT THE BEGINNING OF TERROR: MAGGI HAMBLING PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS, 1960-”, will open on March 8th, 2019 at Central Academy of Fine Arts Museum (CAFAM) in Beijing. Maggi Hambling, who is 73-year-old now, gained an international reputation in the 1980s and it […] >> Read more

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