Active since the 1960s, Australian-born Shaw works predominantly in tech and virtual forms that focus on the relationship between the artwork and the viewer. To that end, in 2000 he created AVIE (Adva..
MoCA in People's Park hosts the first stop of a touring exhibition by abstract artist, Li Lei. Inspired by the hustle and bustle of the metropolis, the show aims to capture the spirit of Shanghai thro..
A second solo show at Moganshan Lu's OFOTO gallery for Qingdao-born artist, Qiu Minye. The photographer manipulates images of the recognisable - think fish, deer and people - to create deceptively sim..
Legendary American graffiti artist FUTURA started painting New York subway cars in the 1970s. He later went on to work with the likes of Keith Harring and Jean-Michel Basquiat. One of the first graffi..
French artist Sebastien Osswald comes to Noeli Gallery for his first ever Shanghai solo this fall. Opting to paint on plaid fabric instead of canvas, Osswald challenges himself to find the best pictor..
Rockbund presents Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone's first ever China solo, kicking off in September at the museum. Known for his downright unnerving clown sculptures, stone figures, target paintings, masks..
One of the cities top - if tiniest - galleries for glass and ceramics host an exhibition of nine artists this winter, all making beautiful objects linked to the art of living. Expect all sorts of home..
Bund-side space BANK presents a solo show of works of by Fang Wei, his second in Shanghai. On display will be recent paintings, all completed within the past two years. Combining watercolors with thic..
Famous for his abstract artwork, Sean Scully's work has been featured in over 150 museums and institutions worldwide. Scully's artwork is now coming to China for the first time. Over half a century of..
FQ Projects is organising a temporary exhibition outside of their Huaihai Lu space, and instead, setting up shop at the offices of Gensler Architects. They're the American firm behind the newest addit..
Now in its 10th edition, Shanghai Biennale returns this winter for a five-month tenure at Power Station of Art. This one's headed up by young Berlin-based curator, Anselm Franke and takes the theme of..
Barcelona-based artist Eduardo Arranz-Bravo brings his Shanghai solo to Matthew Liu gallery this winter. Recently renowned for experimentations in sculpture, drawings, performance and film-making, Arranz is nonetheless best-known for his colorful figurative paintings. The artist will introduce his show at the exhibition opening on 27 November from 5pm through 8pm.