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2014.06.22 Sun, by

Never Give Up Before It’s Too Late-bazaar compatible program #75

The villa is an elegant Modernist architecture which could have been designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. In the drawing room, an inner wall built of solid stones contrasts with a large bay window through which a splendid and languid sunset can be admired. It is one of those long and glorious summer evenings (or is it Spring ?) where time seems to have stopped. >> Read more
2013.10.09 Wed, by

The Bazaar Compatible Program

The Bazaar Compatible Program is designed to explore new formats compatibles now developed by the artists in a global networked culture. >> Read more
2016.07.20 Wed, by

UNTRA FORM – SONG XI – 55 Gallery

Gallery 55 is proud to present Song Xi’s solo exhibition “Ultra Form” in Shanghai from the 23rd of July through the 14th of August, 2016. >> Read more
Art World, 2014.07.11 Fri, by

Down the Rabbit Hole—Into the Warrens of Basement 6

The cramped, labyrinthine tunnels witness an eclectica of scenes. Dancers in the dark and dimly lit drinks constitute its standard fare. One Sunday last fall, that took the form of Junky Cao, a sound artist, concealed behind a Mexican wrestling mask... >> Read more
Art World, 2014.04.21 Mon, by

Shanzhai in Shanghai: Weng Zhijuan’s 2 Yuan Gallery

Ever wanted to own a Zhou Chunya or an Ai Weiwei? Well now major collector status is close within your reach—all for less than 50 RMB.
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Art World, 2013.11.22 Fri, by

Telling Signs: A Nine Square-Meter Museum

The project was called “Nine Square-Meter Museum”, and the Consulate’s drawing room became the exhibition space. The exhibition lasted just one day in order to impart a sense of urgency, and also begged the question, “What possibilities can art bring in nine square-meters and twenty-four hours?” >> Read more
Art World, 2013.11.21 Thu, by

The Remaining Room

Wu Jifeng's "pseudo-classic series" and Tao Damin's "remainder" painting project, is the practice of painting two people has been engaged in their respective fields. >> Read more
Art World, 2013.10.09 Wed, by

Where have all the mountains gone ?

Where have all the mountains gone ? is a rhetorical investigation of China's rapid mutation. Specifically, this theatrical splendor is made evident in the destruction of 700 mountains at the hands of developers in Lanzhou >> Read more