Ma Qiusha was born in in Beijing 1982, and now works and lives in Beijing. She received her BA in art from China’s Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, in 2005 and MFA from Alfred University, New York, in 2008. She has been widely exhibited, including shows at National Museum of China, Minsheng Art Museum, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, ZKM, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Groninger Museum, Tate Modern Museum, and Portland Institute for Contemporary Art.
The exhibition includes pieces by Alex Prager, Guan Xiao, Cui Jie, and Barbara Hepworth, among others.Read More Ocula Feature A Feminist Detour at Guangdong Times Museum By Shanyu Zhong, Guangzhou
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Having established a Shanghai space in March, Lisson Gallery presents Afterimage: Dangdai Yishu (3 July–7 September 2019), a London show of nine Chinese contemporary artists curated by Victor Wang.Read More
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A fairytale wonderland is not only the exuberant paradise that children imagine, but also a utopia that adults under heavy worldly burdens might aspire to reach. Over one hundred years ago, one of the all-time literary classics by English writer Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland, was adapted into different formats by the American Walt...Read More