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2016.09.21 Wed, by

Spatial Utopia: OCAT Annual Lectures by Wu Hung, and “An Exhibition About Exhibitions”

The object of interest is not the totality of contemporary art in the 1990s, but a specific issue therein, namely, “the issue of exhibition”—to study this issue is to study the relationship between contemporary art in this period and its social context. >> Read more
2016.01.01 Fri, by

Impermanent Sceneries: Group Exhibition Featuring Hu Weiqi, Sun Yu, and Zhang Wenchao

With its set goals of creating more urban centers of “global city status” than anywhere else in the world, 21st-century China is seeing a growing attention to a single topic: the ever-changing environment. >> Read more
2015.11.06 Fri, by

From Imagery to Theatricality—Wu Junyong’s “Portrait of Light”

The blunt social satire of Wu's earlier works has been replaced with metaphors more implicit and sophisticated. >> Read more
2015.09.08 Tue, by

Wu Junyong: Portrait of Light – Hive Center for Contemporary Art

Hive Center for Contemporary Art is pleased to announce the opening of Wu Junyong’s solo exhibition, Portrait of Light on Sept. 6th 2015. >> Read more
2015.05.16 Sat, by

WU Yiming Recent Works

ShanghART Beijing is pleased to present WU Yiming's recent works. >> Read more
2014.11.26 Wed, by

Wu Chen Solo Exhibition:Matisse’s Skirt

Magician Space is very pleased to present a first solo exhibition of works by Wu Chen curated by acclaimed artist Xie Nanxing. >> Read more
2014.09.07 Sun, by

Mid Value – New Works by Zhang Wuyun

Mid Value is the second solo show of Zhang Wuyun at the 01100001 Gallery. As a painter born in 1981, Zhang Wuyun insists on turning the world around him into pictorial form through restrained brushstrokes and colors. >> Read more
2014.06.02 Mon, by

Traces: Wu Chi-Tsung’s “Dust”

The technology used by Wu may therefore be seen as an interstitial instrument in the spontaneous re-creation of an essential non-desiring spirit. This is, however, only a partial reading. >> Read more
2013.03.15 Fri, by

The Demise Of The Things: Wu Xiaochuan

For art that muses over the nostalgia of the past, “monumentality” is a necessary characteristic: Caspar David Friedrich’s desolate monasteries or Gothic cathedrals, John William Waterhouse’s distressed “Lady of Shalott,” or John Everett Millais’ “Orphelia” sinking in the river — there is a sorrowful sublime... >> Read more
2018.07.22 Sun, by

Pearl Lam Galleries

Shanghai—Pearl Lam Galleries is pleased to present the summer group exhibition Undercurrents in Shanghai, organized by the galleries’ associate curator Xia Jing. >> Read more

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