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Creative Mooncakes...


CreativeHunt is taking a well-earned break over the October and mid-autumn holidays, but as a parting gift, here's a rundown of some of the most innovative mooncakes on the market, courtesy of CampaignChina.com.

Sven Lindqvist in Shanghai


Local indie publishers, H.A.L. Are teaming up with River South Art Center to bring award-winning Swedish author, Sven Lindqvist, to Shanghai.

eVolo Skyscraper Competition


American architecture mag, eVolo, recently announced its 2013 Skyscraper Competition, with submissions due in January next year, and discounted earlybird registration available until 13 November 2012. Before then, it costs 75USD...

by Frances Arnold

Feb 16th, 15


Robots, maps, monsters battling ghosts, and loads more. Here's our picks for art over the next couple months, plus a guide to what's open...

FEB 10, 2015 - By Sam Gaskin

To make your life easier, here's the ten best, most active art venues in the city. And seventeen others. Pics, crucial info, and knowledge inside...


JAN 20, 2015 - By Frances Arnold

Raw data at this new exhibition by computer scientist turned new media artist aaajiao. Amorphous blobs, blue screen of death...

JAN 15, 2015 - By Sam Gaskin

Three of the best exhibits this month and into February, from giant cats and cartoons to more serious works on entrapment ...


DEC 16, 2014 - By Sam Gaskin

The best and worst exhibitions of 2014, from all nine million Shanghai museums. Inflatable Audis, cancer babies, and light-up dental grilles.

NOV 27, 2014 - By Frances Arnold

Yet another new museum. This one's in the former French Pavilion in the Expo site, a.k.a. Haibao's ghost town. It's called M21 and it's quite good...


NOV 25, 2014 - By Frances Arnold

Checking out one of this year's biggest exhibitions down at PSA. It's massive, and a bit overwhelming, but definitely worth a look or two.


NOV 12, 2014 - By Jin Qian

China has offered a lot more to the world of art than just Ai Weiwei. Here are the ones you should know.

NOV 11, 2014 - By Sam Gaskin

The Zegna store in Bund 18 is gone. It's been gutted and converted into a temporary canvas for some world renowned graffiti artists.

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Gary Baseman: The Door is Always Open

American Gary Baseman comes to Shanghai's K11 for a kitschy, poppy show of drawings, paintings, toys and objects. The LA-born artist, illustrator, animator, and designer is strongly influenced by his family's Jewish...
Until Mar 5, Chi Art Space

Fu Yu Charity Photo Art Exhibition

The Ailing Foundation - linked to Shanghai Charity Foundation - hosts an exhibition of photography by Chinese artist Fu Yu at Bund18. Proceeds from sales go to medical care and education of disadvantaged children from...
Until Mar 6, Bund 18 Temporary Art Space

Xu Ke: Ink Wash Paintings

FQ Projects on Huaihai Lu is hosting an exhibition of ink wash paintings by Xu Ke right now. Using traditional materials - xuan paper, water, ink, and mineral pigments - the works are nonetheless suggestive of...
Until Mar 6, FQ Projects

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