On the relevance of tradition in Chinese contemporary art: “Everyday Legend” at Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum


“Everyday Legend” at Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum asks how relevant traditional culture is in the production of Chinese contemporary art.

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Photo Gallery: Chinese ink artist Xu Longsen’s “Wind on the Mountain” at Hanart TZ Gallery, Hong Kong


Hanart TZ Gallery holds an exhibition of Xu Longsen’s grandiose ink landscape paintings. Xu Longsen is known for his powerful use of shanshui and his monumental landscapes that create awe-inspiring environments in architectural spaces. Running until 30 November 2016, “Wind … Continue reading

The Chinese aesthete: Zeng Fanzhi’s “Parcours” at UCCA, Beijing – artist profile


Beijing’s UCCA presents the largest and most comprehensive exhibition of Zeng Fanzhi’s work to date, and his first institutional solo in Beijing.

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Photo Gallery: Chinese artist Jacky Tsai’s “The Harmonious Society” in London


The Fine Art Society in London presents the second solo show of Chinese artist Jacky Tsai following the success of his first in 2015.

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Asian art highlights from NordArt 2016, Germany


The annual art exhibition NordArt in Büdelsdorf, northern Germany, highlights Israel, Mongolia and China in its 2016 edition.

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Minneapolis Institute of Art announces new Asian Art Initiative


The Minneapolis Institute of Art launches a long-term initiative dedicated to creating innovative public programmes, exhibitions and scholarship in Asian art.

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Myth and the imagination: Japanese artist Ryuzo Satake – artist profile


As the world scrambles to make sense of tragedy, Japanese artist Ryuzo Satake believes messages are being sent by paranormal powers and is inspired by Japanese mythology and traditional Japanese aesthetics.

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