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2017.01.12 Thu, by

James Turrell Retrospective at the Long Museum (West Bund)

Long Museum is honored to present the first comprehensive retrospective of James Turrell (Los Angeles, b. 1943) in China on January 21st, 2017. >> Read more
思考, 2013.04.15 Mon, by

Art in the Age of Mass Production: Is the Long Museum Just Another Museum?

With money and space, the Long Museum has potential, but do they have the curatorial chops to turn a building into a museum? Despite a less-than-mind-blowing first show, it's nonetheless a good place to see a very extensive collection of Chinese art. >> Read more
思考, 2017.09.06 Wed, by

‘Still Moving’
Long Museum, Shanghai

This will be the first major presentation of Antony Gormley’s work in China. >> Read more
思考, 2017.06.17 Sat, by

Zhan Wang: Forms in Flux Long Museum (West Bund)

Long Museum (West Bund) will host the exhibition, “Zhan Wang: Forms in Flux”. >> Read more
思考, 2016.07.08 Fri, by

SHE: International Women Artists Exhibition – Long Museum (West Bund)

She is the very first exhibition in China that features women artists from such a vast region and long history, >> Read more
思考, 2016.05.17 Tue, by

100 Years of Chinese Art: Opening Exhibition of Long Museum Chongqing

100 Years of Chinese Art (1911-2011), featuring more than one hundred iconic works through 1911 to 2011 from the collection, celebrates the grand opening of Long Museum Chongqing. >> Read more
思考, 2016.05.17 Tue, by
思考, 2016.05.17 Tue, by

Long Museum (Chongqing)

Long Museum Chongqing was under preparation and would be open to public on May 26, 2016. After the opening of the Long Museum Pudong and the Long Museum West Bund in Shanghai, this is the first major step it has taken to extend its reach to the south west region of China. >> Read more
思考, 2016.03.03 Thu, by

Long Museum West Bund 丨OLAFUR ELIASSON丨”Nothingness is not nothing at all”

The Long Museum, Shanghai, is pleased to announce the first survey exhibition of the work of world-renowned Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson in a Chinese museum: Nothingness is not nothing at all. >> Read more
思考, 2015.10.14 Wed, by

Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum – NO LONGER/NOT YET

“Those who are truly contemporary, who truly belong to their time, are those who neither perfectly coincide with it nor adjust themselves to its demands. >> Read more

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