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2015.08.19 Wed, by

Nobody Cares – Li Wei Solo Exhibition

Red Brick Art Museum is honored to present Li Wei’s new solo exhibition :" Nobody Cares " opening on the 22nd Aug 2015 at Red Brick Art Museum. The exhibition would be on for one month. >> Read more
2013.12.24 Tue, by

Li Wei Solo Exhibition:THANK GOD

“A live dog is better off than a dead lion!“ >> Read more
2015.10.30 Fri, by

ASIA NOW and FIAC 2015

Initiated by the Paris-based collector and founder of Happy Art Collectors, Claude Fain, and co-founded and directed by Alexandra Fain, ASIA NOW opened for the first time. The fair was ideally placed in Espace Pierre Cardin, diagonally across the street from FIAC’s home in the Grand Palais... >> Read more
2014.12.17 Wed, by

Unlived by What is Seen

After more than a year of curatorial planning, the exhibition “Unlived by What is Seen” opened at the same time at three of the most important galleries in Beijing—Galleria Continua, PACE Beijing, and Tang Contemporary.
 
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2014.12.10 Wed, by

Unlived by What is Seen – Galleria Continua

Unlived by What is Seen is an exhibition curated by the artists Sun Yuan and Peng Yu and independent curator Cui Cancan. >> Read more
2014.12.10 Wed, by

Unlived by What is Seen – Tang Contemporary Art Center

Unlived by What is Seen is an exhibition curated by the artists Sun Yuan and Peng Yu and independent curator Cui Cancan. >> Read more
2014.12.10 Wed, by

Unlived by What is Seen – Pace Beijing

Unlived by What is Seen is an exhibition curated by the artists Sun Yuan and Peng Yu and independent curator Cui Cancan. >> Read more
2014.12.05 Fri, by

BEIJING VOICE: UNLIVED BY WHAT IS SEEN

This December, Pace Beijing is launching the fifth installment of the annual “Beijing Voice” exhibition. >> Read more
思考, 2014.01.30 Thu, by

Reining in Ink Art: Revivalism in the Year of the Serpent

Much as the Beijing winter has been very mild this year, overall, the art of the past year has also felt rather milder and more sentimental from previous years. Let us then explore the production and exhibition of this “old” contemporary art in the contemporary Chinese art world. >> Read more
思考, 2014.01.23 Thu, by

The City of Man and the City of God

Feuerbach said that the city of man reflects the city of God—yet to what degree this earthly realm reflects the city of God is an easily overlooked but essential question. By fooling viewers with humorous tricks, the artist also reminds them of the essence of faith, the sublime and the sense of the sacred... >> Read more

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