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2017.06.24 Sat, by

Being: In/Voluntary Drift ─ Li Chen Solo Exhibition MoCA Taipei

The artist Li Chen is to be exhibited at MOCA, Taipei. In “Being: In/Voluntary Drift ─ Li Chen Solo Exhibition” >> Read more
2017.06.23 Fri, by

The first LGBTQ exhibition in an art museum in Asia will debut at MOCA Taipei

Co-hosted by Sunpride Foundation and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei (MOCA), "Spectrosynthesis - Asian LGBTQ Issues and Art Now" (Spectrosynthesis) will be held at MOCA from 9 September to 5 November 2017. >> Read more
2016.06.23 Thu, by

MoCA Pavillon – Xu Wen Kai (aaajiao)/ Miao Ying: Void

From July 1st to July 23, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai’s Pavilion project will host “Void,” a special project by artists Xu Wen Kai and Miao Ying Te. >> Read more
2015.11.09 Mon, by

Asia Art Center (Taipei)

In 1982, Asia Art Center was founded in Taipei. For the past 30 years, we witnessed the political reform and opening up in the 1990s in Taiwan, economic miracle and the rise of China, and we also walked through several financial crises. Despite the rapid cultural changes that were driven by political and economic turbulence, […] >> Read more
2014.01.28 Tue, by

“Xu Bing: A Retrospective” opens in Taipei

January 25th saw the opening at Taipei Fine Arts Museum of a retrospective by Xu Bing.
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2018.02.06 Tue, by

Station Paradox

This exhibition is a dialogue between artists from Korea and from Berlin working with painting, video art, installation, and performance. >> Read more
2017.07.16 Sun, by

Ni Youyu’s Solo Exhibition at Kunstverein Konstanz

Ni Youyu, 1984 geboren, lebt und arbeitet in Shanghai und gehört zur jungen Generation chinesischer Künstler. >> Read more
2016.03.11 Fri, by

“Big Dipper”
CFA Berlin

Contemporary Fine Arts is pleased to announce the first solo show with the Shanghai-based artist Ni Youyu (*1984 in Ganzhou, China). >> Read more
2014.11.05 Wed, by

Some Like It Witty

Gallery EXIT is pleased to present group exhibition Some Like It Witty, the first collaboration curated by Japanese contemporary art collector Daisuke MIYATSU. >> Read more

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