Chambers Fine Art
Red No.1-D Caochangdi Chaoyang District Beijing 100015
+86 010 5127 3298
Opening Hours
Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-6pm
Christophe W. Mao

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Chambers Fine Art Beijing

Chambers Beijing

In 2007 the opening of Chambers Fine Art Beijing in a building designed by Ai Weiwei greatly expanded the ability of the gallery to represent the work of influential established artists as well as young emerging talents. The transformation of Caochangdi from a village in the north east of Beijing into a major arts center is inseparable from Ai Weiwei’s emergence as a distinctive force in contemporary architecture in projects as varied as the Neolithic Pottery Museum, Jinhua (2004) and the current Ordos 100 Project. Chambers Fine Art is located in the Red Brick Art Galleries and is entered through a courtyard which features works by Qiu Zhijie, Song Dong and Yin Xiuzhen, and Zheng Guogu. The courtyard is enclosed by the symmetrical gallery building which consists of two large galleries to the east and west and a smaller gallery to the rear for video, installations etc. As in New York, the incorporation of open space into the design of the building permits an unusual degree of flexibility in the planning of installations, cultural and social events.

Also gallery in New York.

Artists represented:
Ai Weiwei, Hong Hao, Shi Jing, Taca Sui, Ye Nan, Zhao Zhao, Zheng Guogu, Yin Xiuzhen, Wang Jianwei, Shi Jinsong, Hong Lei, Chi Peng, Cui Fei, Mi Mai, Song Dong, Wang Tiande, Yuan Yuan, Zhan Wang, Wu Jian’an, Song Dong and Yin Xiuzhen, Lu Shengzhong, Feng Mengbo, Guo Hongwei, Qiu Zhijie, Shi Zhiguang, He Yunchang, Rong Rong, Tan Dun, Yang Jiechang, Zhang Huan