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2016.03.16 Wed, by

ACAF March News – Between You and Them

The Year of the Monkey sees the first exhibition at the ACAF Art Space in Shanghai and an extension of our Fellowship Program. >> Read more
2015.10.16 Fri, by

Editing the Spectacle: the Individual and Working Methods Post-Mediatization

Hive Center for Contemporary Art is honored to announce the large scale group exhibition Editing the Spectacle. Opening on October 17, 2015 >> Read more
2014.12.17 Wed, by

The Parable of the Circus

Where have I encountered such a scene before? In a truncated dream? In lost fragments of memory? Or in one of Dali’s surreal paintings? The stances of the leopards still retain something of the wildness of the African Serengeti, yet their downcast gazes are devoid of any savage freedom... >> Read more
2014.12.10 Wed, by

HOW NOW Silent Force

程然 CHENG Ran, 高磊 GAO Lei, 李明 LI Ming, 倪有鱼 NI Youyu >> Read more
2014.12.02 Tue, by

Seven Days in Shanghai

This fall, Shanghai’s profusion of events made it almost seem like the central hub of contemporary art in China. Here is an overview of what happened—with more coverage to come later. 
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2014.05.21 Wed, by


PRESENT-ING RECITAL LOUDER THAN PAINT brings together artists to explore the terrains of contemporary painting, actively challenging the conventional framing and contextualizing mechanisms through which their practices are often situated. >> Read more
2013.11.04 Mon, by

Antenna to the Ground

Review of the inaugural show at Antenna Space, a promising new gallery in Shanghai's m50 district... 
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2013.10.26 Sat, by


With his third solo display, Gao Lei proves again to be an artist among few able to deliver an exhibition — not a bunch of works, but a show that owns the space; an entity and experience contained and fulfilled, not over-confident, undermined by one or two pieces or subject to other pitfalls. >> Read more
2013.10.02 Wed, by


Carrier is the second solo exhibition of Gao Lei after The Principle (2011) at WHITESPACE BEIJING, featuring his latest paintings and installations. >> Read more
2013.05.06 Mon, by


The idea of a Memo creates a fitting sense of annotation around these pieces; it suggests a note, a record or reminder of these artists’ work as something not to be forgotten. Though this might seem an odd imperative for their representing gallery (whose general task it is to make sure we see and remember them)... >> Read more

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