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2019.03.07 Thu, by

Civilization: The Way We Live Now
UCCA Beijing

Civilization: The Way We Live Now presents more than 250 works by over 120 of the world’s most renowned photographic artists, >> Read more
2016.09.15 Thu, by

Zeng Fanzhi: Parcours – UCCA

From 19 September to 19 November 2016 , the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (UCCA) presents “Zeng Fanzhi: Parcours”, >> Read more
2016.08.06 Sat, by

New Directions: Nadim Abbas – UCCA Beijing

Nadim Abbas (b. 1980, Hong Kong) constructs complex set pieces that examine the technohistorical properties of images and their precarious relationship to reality. >> Read more
2016.06.30 Thu, by

Baron Guy Ullens puts Beijing’s UCCA on Sale

On June 30, it was announced that Baron Guy Ullens is looking to sell Beijing’s Ullens Center of Contemporary Art (UCCA) along with his art collection. >> Read more
2016.05.05 Thu, by

Rauschenberg in China – UCCA

The Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (UCCA) is proud to present “Rauschenberg in China”. On view in UCCA’s Great Hall from 12 June to 21 August 2016, >> Read more
2016.01.20 Wed, by

Upcoming Exhibition: Trace of Existence

“Trace of Existence” explores the basic idea of the work of art as a record of its own creation. >> Read more
2013.04.28 Sun, by

Openings at UCCA: Duchamp, MAP Office and Multitude Art Prize

Yesterday's openings at UCCA: Duchamp, MAP Office and Multitude Art Prize >> Read more
2012.10.17 Wed, by

UCCA Center of Contemporary Art(UCCA)

UCCA Center of Contemporary Art Spread over three factory chambers built in the early 1950s to Bauhaus-influenced designs, UCCA’s spaces maintain traces of their industrial past. Fully renovated by architects Jean-Michel Wilmotte and Qingyun Ma in 2007, it is a space capable of hosting international exhibitions of the highest caliber. Artists include: Chen Zhen Chu […] >> Read more
Art World, 2011.03.11 Fri, by

Zaijian! Guy Ullens says goodbye to UCCA

So Guy Ullens is leaving the UCCA, selling his collection, lamenting failures and withdrawing from China. Does it really matter? Is UCCA such an important institution? Should a foreign-owned museum be attempting to define the debate about contemporary art in China? Or is Ullens just running away from failure? >> Read more
Art World, 2019.05.27 Mon, by

Healthier, Simpler, Wiser.

Edouard Malingue Gallery Shanghai announces its new group exhibition, “Healthier, Simpler, Wiser.” The exhibition brings together three highly reputed mid-career Chinese artists: Hu Xiangqian from Guangdong, Lai Chih-Sheng from Taipei, and Kwan Sheung Chi from Hong Kong. Each will present a work newly commissioned by the gallery, together with a selection of recent works. While […] >> Read more

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