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2017.09.02 Sat, by

Tang Chao
“From Lack to Light”
Vanguard Gallery

When I passed the National Convention Center, I saw a doll show, and then I wrote a note on paper: >> Read more
2018.06.25 Mon, by

‘Brushwork and True Feeling’
Tang Contemporary Art, Bangkok

Tang Contemporary Art Bangkok is proud to announce the opening of a new group exhibition on June 23 entitled “Brushwork and True Feeling.” >> Read more
2018.03.07 Wed, by

‘The Ship of Time’
Tang Contemporary Art, Beijing

Tang Contemporary Art is proud to announce the opening of Zhu Jinshi’s dual solo shows “Ship of Time” and “Rejecting River Currents” on March 10, 2018. >> Read more
2016.12.08 Thu, by

Recent Reflections: Zhao Zhao at Tang Contemporary

This young rebel, this witty thief who mocked famous artists’ huge installations, is now on the other side of the fence. >> Read more
2016.11.23 Wed, by

“Offhand-over”: An Experiment by Tang Kwok Hin

We are pleased to present an experiment by Tang Kwok Hin at Things that can happen from 24 November to 4 December. >> 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
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
Interviews, 2014.03.18 Tue, by

The Not for Profit Paradox – Chao Jiaxing

More and more organizations within China have begun to categorize themselves as non-profit organizations, to such an extent that even galleries have begun to style themselves as non-profit spaces. >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.02.20 Thu, by

Tang Yongxiang: Process of Elimination

The most compelling aspect of Tang Yongxiang’s work is the conscious inadequacy which infects it. 
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Interviews, 2012.06.13 Wed, by

Tang Yongxiang’s “Hide”

Tang Yongxiang, an artist from Hubei, was initially akin to other painters like Shi Chong and Xu Wentao, and had a high regard for realist techniques. >> Read more

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