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2019.01.09 Wed, by

Adrift: Cao Yi, Li Qing, Yi Xin Tong, Zhao Zhao
Chambers Fine Art, New York

Chambers Fine Art is pleased to announce the opening on January 24, 2018 of Adrift: Cao Yi, Li Qing, Yi Xin Tong, and Zhao Zhao. The exhibition examines the current urban landscape of China with megacities unimaginable in scale just a few decades ago, through the work of four young artists intimately familiar with this period of rapid change. >> Read more
2018.04.26 Thu, by

Wang Dongling: Poetry and Painting

During the week that Wang Dongling was in New York for the opening of the exhibition Wang Dongling: Poetry and Painting at Chambers Fine Art on February 28, 2018 he gave three public demonstrations of calligraphy that for those lucky enough to witness them revealed why calligraphy has long been revered above all other forms of visual art in China. >> Read more
2016.12.01 Thu, by

“Position Fixing 定位” – Three Group-Exhibitions at Guangzhou Opera House

The main idea of those group-exhibitions was too show the new generations of Asian Artists with a special selection group show from China, Greater China ( Taiwan, Hong Kong,) South-East Asia (Singapore) and Korea >> Read more
2016.05.18 Wed, by

Xie Nanxing: “Someone’s Portrait”

Tang Contemporary Art is thrilled to present Xie Nanxing’s solo exhibition “Someone’s Portrait” at its Hong Kong gallery, curated by Cui Cancan. >> Read more
2015.10.13 Tue, by

2015 Shanghai Pujiang OCT Ten Year Public Art Project Nothing for the Time Being: Zhan Wang Solo Exhibition

This installment of the Shanghai Pujiang OCT Ten Year Public Art Project, China’s longest and most influential public art project, will feature a large scale solo exhibition and 17.5 Degrees of Deviation. >> Read more
2015.04.30 Thu, by

Begging to Differ: Two Critics on Wang Jianwei’s “Time Temple”

It can happen that exhibition reviews are worth reading not only in relation to the show in question, but also—or more so—when pitted against each other. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2015.04.02 Thu, by

The Map and the Territory: A Very Brief Introduction to Wang Jianwei

As such, the progress of Wang Jianwei’s work is not a development in the conventional sense; neither it is it a sequence of repetition. More accurately, it is a system of mutually reinforcing extensions of art propositions and their variations... >> Read more
Interviews, 2015.02.02 Mon, by

An Interview with MoCA Curator Wang Weiwei

(中文) MoCA Pavilion 艺术亭台空间将位于南京西路人民公园门口的原MoCA艺术衍生品商店改造成了一个新的艺术项目空间,一时间成为了沪上年轻艺术家的一片试验田与展示橱窗。《燃点》采访了MoCA策展人王巍巍,一探“亭台”的台前幕后。 >> Read more
访谈, 2014.12.12 Fri, by

Entering History: Wang Jianwei

Randian interviews Dr. Alexandra Munroe, Ted Lipman and Dr. Thomas J. Berghuis about Wang Jianwei’s “Time Temple” — part of a five-year initiative by the Guggenheim Museum and the Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation to promote current Chinese art... >> Read more
访谈, 2014.11.19 Wed, by

Insider, Outsider : Wang Dawei Solo Exhibition

FQ Projects is very pleased to present Wang Dawei solo exhibition - "Insider, Outsider" which will be exhibiting until January 2015. >> Read more

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