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2016.07.31 Sun, by

Liu Heung Shing – SCoP Bangkok – China Cultural Center (CCCBKK)

Liu Heung Shing began photographing China in 1977 as a young photographer enjoying the privilege position of a posting in Beijing for the American Time magazine. >> Read more
2016.07.18 Mon, by

啊昌 ——今日美术馆呈现何云昌个展

(中文) 2016年7月8日,何云昌个展《啊昌》今日美术馆1号馆2层隆重开幕。 >> Read more
2016.03.16 Wed, by

ACAF March News – Between You and Them

The Year of the Monkey sees the first exhibition at the ACAF Art Space in Shanghai and an extension of our Fellowship Program. >> Read more
2016.01.08 Fri, by

Winter Discovery 2015

Following the group exhibition project Summer Discovery in 2014, A Thousand Plateaus Art Space will present the annual group exhibition Winter Discovery by the turn of year 2015 to 2016. >> 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
2015.10.28 Wed, by

Matthias Messmer and Hsin-Mei Chuang—As It Disappears: A Cultural Study of Rural China – Ray Art Center

Ray Art Center is pleased to present As It Disappears: A Cultural Study of Rural China starting onOctober 31th, 2015. >> Read more
2015.10.05 Mon, by


INK studio is pleased to present He Yunchang's solo exhibition Water Forming Stone, which includes a brand-new series of three performances and a selection of his past works. Trained as an oil painter, He Yunchang (b. 1967 in Lianghe, Yunnan) turned towards performance art in the early 1990's and has become one of its most committed and challenging practitioners. >> Read more
2014.10.25 Sat, by

Bridegroom Xu “Roaring Panda”

55 is delighted to announce that Bridegroom Xu’s second solo show entitled “Roaring Panda” will be held at 55 in Shanghai from Oct. 26 through Nov. 16 this year. >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.09.25 Thu, by

New Museums in China: the LV bags of architecture, or something more?

With over 5000 museums built in the past decade or so, China is experiencing a museum boom of epic proportions. Cynics can point at how, on the one hand, these structures are just empty shells containing a motley crew of poorly presented artifacts... >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.08.20 Wed, by

The Shack

After graduating from arts school and living in Kunming for a few years, Lu Yingdong took on a Thoreauvian quest, retreating to the woods around Dali to live simply and "confront only the essential facts of life."
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