ShanghART gallery was initiated in 1996 in Shanghai. It has since grown to become one of China’s most influential art institutions and a vital resource to the development of contemporary art in China with two spaces in 50 Moganshan Road (Main Space and H-Space), a public warehouse space in West of Shanghai (ShanghART Taopu), and a gallery space in Beijing and representing over 40 artists.Read More
Being recognized for its importance ShanghART became the initial gallery from China participating in major international art fairs like Art Basel and Fiac, Paris. ShanghART gallery also enjoys the great respect of being among the 75 most influential galleries selected in Thames & Hudson’s publication 'International Art Galleries: Post-war to Post-millennium.'
With an exhibition at the New Museum, Lynn Hershman Leeson traces her experiences working in uncharted territories.
The fair highlighted Taryn Simon, Ren Hang, Hiroshi Sugimoto, and Marina Abramović in previous editions.
Rebuilding after a tough 2020, the new participants come from near and far, including Milan, Pristina, Hong Kong, and Buenos Aires.
The winning film, Memoria, was inspired by the filmmaker's experience of Exploding Head Syndrome.
Who was Lynn Hershman Leeson between 1965 and 1994? The Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo (CA2M) in Móstoles, a city just southwest of Madrid, is showing First Person Plural, focusing on three decades of H
Ring in the Year of the Pig with a visit to Eli Klein Gallery’s solo exhibition Shen Fan: Works in Abstraction, 1992–2017 (until 16 February). 'A pioneer in the field, along with his Shanghai-based
Indie Thai filmmaker Apichatpong Weerasethakul has won the £40,000 Artes Mundi contemporary art prize. The judges said his film Invisibility was 'a powerful weapon in these turbulent times'. The 4
Apichatpong Weerasethakul's house in northern Thailand is a luscious jungle paradise full of polished concrete and teak, palm trees and bamboo. Even the air smells zen. The house's three gatekeepers,
'Huihua dianying' or 'Painting as a film', a concept that Yang Fudong has been developing for years, evolves in this exhibition as the main way to investigate the spiritual landscape of people. Works
This group exhibition curated by Amy Lee features remarkable pieces by 14 Chinese contemporary artists with their classic and innovative art.
Zhang Enli walks us through his exhibition at Xavier Hufkens, Brussels (6 September–19 October 2019).
Zhang Enli talks about his three-dimensional painting Colourful Tower, at Bridge 8, Shanghai, in November 2017. Influenced traditional Chinese brush painting, Zhang’s unique approach to abstraction