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2015.09.07 Mon, by

OCAT Xi’an 2015 Autumn Exhibition
“About Painting Too”

“About Painting Too” is the second in a series of exhibitions that each addresses a topical issue within art today, and with particular reference to art in China. >> Read more
2015.08.19 Wed, by

The Threads That Connect Us: Zhang Zhaohui Ink Painting – Red Gate Gallery

The components that go into traditional ink paintings are, it seems, the raw materials for artistic development, whether spiritual, aesthetic, or technical. >> Read more
2015.05.28 Thu, by

WorldPlay: New Paintings by Tang Zhigang

A gifted painter since childhood, Tang Zhigang grew up in a military family in Yunnan Province, spending several years of his childhood living in the shadow of the Kunyang Labour Farm where his mother was a warden. >> Read more
2015.05.27 Wed, by

Revolution in Tradition :
China’s post-ink painting era
Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris

More than just a form of artistic expression, ink art and especially ink painting, is a cultural signifier. >> Read more
2014.11.13 Thu, by

‘paintings are places where the world ends…’ Friedrich Kunath

White Cube Hong Kong is pleased to present ‘Earth to Fuckface’, a new exhibition by Los Angeles based German artist Friedrich Kunath. >> Read more
2014.08.25 Mon, by

The Threads That Connect Us Zhang Zhaohui Ink Painting

The Red Gate Gallery is honored to hold the exhibition "The Threads That Connect Us: Zhang Zhaohui Ink Painting" from September 13th, 2014. >> Read more
2014.07.15 Tue, by


Xiaoyang has devoted himself exclusively to shanshui (Literally, ‘mountains and water’; the Chinese concept of brush-and-ink landscape painting) art for over ten years. >> Read more
2014.06.12 Thu, by

History in the Making II: Sketches for Iconic Paintings

Though the artistic creation of the era cannot help but converge, to a high degree, in terms of style or theme, this did not mean artists had no room for creativity. >> Read more
2014.05.23 Fri, by

HISTORY IN THE MAKING Ⅱ – Sketches For Iconic Paintings

Artworks produced during the Popular Republic of China’s foundation in 1949 were the aesthetic reference of the time and have now become iconic pieces. These paintings depict an ongoing revolution: its heroes and the important reforms put in place by Mao Zedong... >> Read more
2014.05.13 Tue, by

Zhang Xiaogang’s Oil on Paper-Pace Hong Kong’s Inaugural Show

We are pleased to announce that Pace Gallery is now launching in Hong Kong with a new office, bringing one of the most famous Chinese contemporary artist Zhang Xiaogang’s latest oil on paper works to constitute its inaugural show. >> Read more

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