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2013.11.28 Thu, by

Glance: Shang Yixin

Multiple layers of paint have been sprayed over a regular square stencil to create intense patterns. The works on show at Beijing Commune now—the artist’s first appearance there and his first exhibition of a number of these paintings—present an unwavering purpose and hours of systematic input. >> Read more
2013.11.21 Thu, by

Shang Yixin

Beijing Commune is proud to announce the exhibition “Shang Yixin” opening on November 19th, 2013. The show is young artist Shang Yixin’s first solo exhibition at Beijing Commune. The exhibition will continue until January 4th, 2014. >> Read more
2013.01.10 Thu, by

Shang Yixin

Born 1980 Wenzhou, Zhejiang province, lives and works in Hangzhou >> Read more
2017.03.25 Sat, by

Collage: The Cards players – SGA

Sometime in 1912, Braque, the Cubist pioneer, walked into a wallpaper shop. >> Read more
2016.03.23 Wed, by


10 Corso Como Shanghai presents Variationes, an exhibition dedicated to exploring the theme of light in Chinese contemporary art. >> Read more
2016.03.21 Mon, by

Decking the Halls: Asian gallery highlights at ABHK 16

Art Basel Hong Kong is an annual chance to visit galleries whose programs don't always reach beyond the region. >> Read more
2015.06.18 Thu, by

28°00′N 120°42′ E

(中文) 昊美术馆将于 2015 年 6 月 27 日在温州馆荣幸地向您呈现展览《28°00′N 120°42′ E 》。 >> Read more
2014.08.06 Wed, by

Simple Contradiction

Art movements don't always name themselves; sometimes a pithy put-down is embraced by the artists involved—the Fauvists were so named by being disparaged as wild beasts, while the term “Impressionism” comes to us from a critic's sarcastic remark. As far as pejorative appellations go, it's hard to beat "Zombie Formalism"... >> Read more
2014.05.04 Sun, by

In Pictures: Art Beijing 2014

Selected photographs of the booths at Art Beijing 2014
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2013.12.20 Fri, by

“28 Chinese”: Introducing the Young Generation

The international art crowd convened in Miami again for the 2013 edition of Art Basel Miami Beach, the goliath art fair along with a myriad of satellite fairs and events. For any fair-goers who might feel interested or even just curious about Chinese contemporary art, “28 Chinese” at the Rubell Family Collection is a must-see... >> Read more

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