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Tag Archives: contemporary Chinese artists
Chinese artists Wang Qiang and Zhu Zi at White Space Beijing – picture feast
Posted on Tuesday, December 13th, 2011
Work by two Chinese artists, Wang Qiang and his younger countryman Zhu Zi, are showing at White Space Beijing until 15 January 2012.
Swiss collector opens Art Supermarket in Hong Kong… but is it?
Posted on Wednesday, November 30th, 2011
A rainy night in November 2011 saw the Hong Kong opening of Art Supermarket. We popped in to investigate this new concept store and nabbed an interview with the director.
Chinese artist Huang Yong Ping’s once-banned ‘Bat Project’ gets first European showing
Posted on Wednesday, June 29th, 2011
Work by Chinese artist Huang Yong Ping is being shown for the first time in Europe at a solo exhibition organised by UK-based Nottingham Contemporary.
Words in Art: Wenda Gu on rewriting and retranslating traditional Chinese culture
Posted on Wednesday, June 15th, 2011
As we near the end of our “Words in Art” series we look at how seminal Chinese artist Wenda Gu manipulates and reinvents the traditional calligraphy of his home country.
Hong Kong art fair ART HK 11: Chinese contemporary art market to outgrow US and European – press release
Posted on Wednesday, May 25th, 2011
CHINESE CONTEMPORARY ART MARKET ART HK 11 has joined forces with ArtTactic to publish two art market reports, one focussing on the Chinese art market and the other on the US and European markets. The reports show, perhaps unsurprisingly, that … Continue reading
Xu Bing 30 years celebrated by Audi-sponsored Chinese art award
Posted on Wednesday, April 20th, 2011
Chinese-born artist Xu Bing received the “30-year Accomplishment” prize as part of the inaugural (2011) Arts China: Audi Arts & Design Award.
Video artists raise awareness about water conservation in China
Posted on Wednesday, January 26th, 2011
Beijing’s second “Shan Shui” exhibition, “Shan Shui 2010: H2O”, showcased the works of such internationally acclaimed video and new media artists as Song Dong, Bill Viola, Wang Gongxin and Janaina Tschӓpe, all drawing attention to the subject of water either by using it as their subject or as material in their art.