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2020.05.09 Sat, by

Renmin University Ejects Bunker Art Space for Patriotic Education Base

The Bunker art space announced Thursday that its landlord, Renmin University Of China, has decided to convert the entire courtyard into a ‘patriotic education base’ and was resuming all premises in the adjacent courtyard, particularly those with historical significance, such as the former bunker. >> Read more
2016.04.16 Sat, by

CHINA NOW
OXO Gallery, London

“Today, to be a Chinese contemporary artist, one does not need to be a spokesperson for any political ideology. The unprecedented diversity is the nature of YCAs.” —Lang Xiao and Lin Shuchuan >> Read more
2017.08.27 Sun, by

Moist and Burnt: As Ink Breathes Panel Discussion

Dates 2017.08.27 (Sun.) Guided Tour 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. | Panel discussion 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. Venue Tina Keng Gallery Host Ava Pao-shia Hsueh Panelists Hsiao Chong-Ray, Xia Kejun, and Yuan Hui-Li Contemporary Ink Forms and the Restructuring of Aesthetics: Yuan Hui-Li’s Revolution of Fiery Ink How does one reshape the ink forms and artistic […] >> Read more
2014.09.11 Thu, by

Randian to Participate in “The Big Picture” Conference

Randian will participate in "The Big Picture: Lives, Landscapes, Homelands in Australian and Chinese Art" conference for the panel discussion "Visual Literacy in the Asian Century", chaired by Aaron Seeto, on 12th September in Beijing. >> Read more
2013.09.26 Thu, by

weathered root · fleeting eternity

weathered root · fleeting eternity pertains to changes that we do to ourselves or to our surroundings. The exhibition attempts to examine the being of nature and artefact, past and present, sociocultural and symbolism. >> Read more
2017.01.05 Thu, by

“Toward the Emergence of Resistance” – Taikang Space

“Toward the Emergence of Resistance” is a group exhibition co-curated by four young curators Yuan Fuca, Miao Zijin, Jo Wei and Yao Mengxi, who are all currently dedicating their careers to independent curating and art criticism. >> Read more
2016.08.17 Wed, by

The second edition of “Independent Art Spaces Beijing” is coming

The second edition of “Independent Art Spaces Beijing” will host independent art projects, no matter if you have a fixed location or are a collective occupying public spaces or private apartments or the digital space. >> Read more
2014.06.12 Thu, by

History in the Making II: Sketches for Iconic Paintings

Though the artistic creation of the era cannot help but converge, to a high degree, in terms of style or theme, this did not mean artists had no room for creativity. >> Read more
2014.04.17 Thu, by

Xie Qi: New Works

Pékin Fine Arts is pleased to host our first solo exhibit of artist Xie Qi. Xie Qi’s work was earlier exhibited at Pékin Fine Arts in the group exhibition “Why Paint?” (April – June 2013). >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2013.10.31 Thu, by

Kwan Sheung Chi: Too Simple, Sometimes Naïve

More so than whatever a prize like this might mean to the artist, however, is the question of what his success in Shanghai indicates about the Chinese art world at the moment—and, by transference, what role Hong Kong is playing in relation to this system. Whereas artists working in Hong Kong were once fond of saying... >> Read more