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momentum, 2014.05.07 Wed, by

PANDAMONIUM CURATORIAL CONVERSATION

A conversation between Li Zhenhua and David Elliott, curators of "PANDAMONIUM: Media art from Shanghai" >> Read more
momentum, 2014.04.03 Thu, by

PANDAMONIUM: Media Art from Shanghai

A Series of Artist Residencies, Open Studios, Micro-Exhibitions, Kunst Salons, Parties, Provocations, and a Group Exhibition Curated by Li Zhenhua and David Elliott >> Read more
momentum, 2014.04.03 Thu, by

PANDAMONIUM Group Show

PANDAMONIUM, the title of this exhibition, suggests two conflicting ideas: the soft, cuddly, diplomatic, almost clichéd, image of the Panda, one of the great symbols of China to the outside world, and the wild, fertile, noisy disorder of Pandemonium, the place of all demons in Milton’s ‘Paradise Lost’. >> Read more
momentum, 2014.04.03 Thu, by

PANDAMONIUM

A Series of Artist Residencies, Open Studios, Micro-Exhibitions, Kunst Salons, Parties, Provocations, and a Group Exhibition Curated by Li Zhenhua and David Elliott >> Read more
艺术家档案, 2014.04.03 Thu, by

The Best Auction Group in China?

WeChat / Weixin is a mobile app in China that has taken off like wildfire since it was first released in 2011. Now, it is being used to hold independent art auctions. >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.02.19 Wed, by

Q&A with Yang Dongxue:”Regarding The Silent Majority”

This show is about the realities we cannot or do not want to change; it’s about the kind of “dependency” people develop for a terrible and unjust reality. Even more: a structural deficiency and disorder. >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.10.09 Wed, by

Reading

EO XU PROJECTS cordially invites you to the VIP reception of the group exhibition READING, on Saturday, October 12th 2013, 5-8:30pm. >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.03.13 Wed, by

Shanghai Surprise: Contemporary Art in Shanghai Since 2000

‘Shanghai Surprise’ is a project curated by Shanghai-based Leo Xu and Azure Wu who have experienced the city’s metamorphosis from 2000 to present. >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.03.04 Mon, by

History Lessons: Reflections on OCAT Publishing / Alternatives to Ritual: A Case Study of Shenzhen OCT Contemporary Art Terminal

Shenzhen OCT Contemporary Art Terminal (OCAT) is proud to present two exhibitions that were opened simultaneously on January 26 and are running until March 26, 2013. >> Read more
Interviews, 2012.04.30 Mon, by

The Fall of a Curator:

“Nostalgia,” a contemporary East Asian art exhibition, opened recently at the Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art. Presenting works by 14 Chinese, Japanese, and Korean artists, the exhibition puts forward the wish for a certain nostalgia towards the traditional arts... >> Read more

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