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2019.09.03 Tue, by

Independent Art Spaces Announces Fourth Edition

Independent Art Spaces (IAS) is pleased to announce its fourth edition from 6 – 8 September 2019. >> Read more
2016.08.24 Wed, by

Beijing late Summer Hit-list: Past and Present

Deputy Editor Diane Wong chooses the best shows to see in Beijing now. >> Read more
2016.06.30 Thu, by

Baron Guy Ullens puts Beijing’s UCCA on Sale

On June 30, it was announced that Baron Guy Ullens is looking to sell Beijing’s Ullens Center of Contemporary Art (UCCA) along with his art collection. >> Read more
2015.11.30 Mon, by

Ginkgo Space

Newly established in 2014, Gingko Space (Beijing) is a commercial, contemporary art gallery with the exhibition space of over 1300 square metres. >> Read more
2015.10.05 Mon, by

The show in am Art Space “The Refuse” Oct.9th-10th

The Refuse Ⅰ A little wooden boat drifts on the dirty river. A man and a woman. From their home faraway. Then they get onto the river bank here, build a little shelter with weed mats. They are ancestors of mine, ancestors of half the cities. Ⅱ Our theatre asks one question: do you still […] >> Read more
2015.09.29 Tue, by

Fall shows in Beijing

Beijing shows to take in this season. >> Read more
2015.06.23 Tue, by

Memory Burns: OCAT Institute Beijing to Open

OCAT’s new Beijing space, the OCAT Institute, is due to open to the public on June 27th. As a non-profit academic research institution, the OCAT Institute will aim at research and publishing, archiving, and exhibition exchanges. >> Read more
2015.01.05 Mon, by

Notes on 2014: Beijing and beyond

A look back at the passing year in Beijing and beyond. >> Read more
2013.09.24 Tue, by

YUAN Space

In old Chinese, YUAN means the start of everything. Established in the spring of 2012, the art space was named YUAN because we want to embrace art with the passion of newborn babies, and face visitors with the sincerity of beginners. >> Read more
2020.06.30 Tue, by

Recovery, See-Saws, and Turbulence

While the COVID-19 pandemic continued extending its reach across the globe, the month of May in Beijing, with the return of Gallery Weekend Beijing and two new museums opening, seemingly saw the Beijing art world bouncing back to a steady drum of exhibitions. Yet the emergence of new cases of COVID-19 in early June (at Xinfadi Market, Beijing) put Beijing on edge once more. >> Read more

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