“The Dynamics”: Chinese multimedia art at ShanghART in Singapore


“The Dynamics” showcases work by some of China’s foremost multimedia artists working with new media and time-based art.

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“Turning Point: Contemporary Art In China Since 2000” at Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum


Launched at Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum on 24 July 2016, the exhibition “Turning Point” explores the output of China’s art scene in the new millennium.

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“The Shadow Never Lies” at Minsheng 21st Century Museum – in pictures


In April 2016, Minsheng 21st Century Museum in the Pudong district of Shanghai opened “The Shadow Never Lies”, showcasing the work of 35 international artists.

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“China 8”: Germany’s largest show of contemporary Chinese art


Nine museums across eight cities unite for the largest ever show of contemporary Chinese art in Germany.

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UK’s largest exhibition of Chinese art at Asia Triennial Manchester – in pictures


Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art’s Jiang Jiehong tells Art Radar about curating shows in 6 venues in Manchester featuring 30 renowned Chinese artists as part of Asia Triennial 2014 themed “Conflict and Compassion”.

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Shanghai: Art hub or terminal? An overview of the city’s contemporary art scene


Shanghai’s contemporary art scene is growing fast, but does it have what it takes to compete with Asia’s other major hubs, Hong Kong and Singapore?

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Which museums are collecting Chinese contemporary art? New database just released


MUSEUM COLLECTIONS CHINESE ART The AW Asia gallery in New York has just released a valuable new resource for collectors and researchers intererested in Chinese contemporary art. Searchable by artist or museum its database, which is available online at no cost, lists Chinese … Continue reading

Which artists from Asia are in the Pompidou Centre's collection?


    MUSEUM COLLECTIONS Helpful sources of objective and rigorous judgement, museums  provide an independent voice in an art world populated by more unscrupulous personalities and poor research than is ideal.  But how can we find out what the top museums are acquiring and what … Continue reading