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ART EXHIBITIONS
  • Daily until Aug 26 2017
    On show now at newish photography gallery Modern Art Base (MAB) is a solo exhibition from Chinese photographer Ren Hang, entitled “Beauty Without Beards”. It’s the “first memorial solo exhibition since his death in February [of this year]” and exhibits 19 prints of his final works completed in Beijing and elsewhere in 2015. The show is a collaborative effort with pieces on loan from KMW Art...
  • Daily until Oct 8 2017
    With successful runs in the major metropolises of the world, The British Museum has brought their 'The History of the World in 100 Objects' exhibition to Shanghai. The central conceit is that these 100 objects trace the development ("development") of human civilization for the last 2 million years. Curated by Neil MacGregor, former director of the British Museum from a pool of almost 800,000...
  • Daily until Aug 27 2017
    The exhibition is curated by Robin Peckham, including works of the following artists: Oscar Chan, Dylan DeRose, Heidi Lau, Sydney Shen, Su Chang, Trevor Yeung and Yu Ji. During a critical period after hatching, baby birds of certain species imprint themselves on the first moving stimulus they encounter, be it the mother duck or a pair of galoshes. Art objects, in some ways, are a little bit...
  • Daily except Mon until Aug 30 2017
    In Between Days VII: Group Exhibition by Gallery Artists is the annual summer exhibition from Art+ Shanghai Gallery. This show, running through August will have both new and previously exhibited works from both Chinese and foreign artists. Special guest Xu Dangqing will be collaborating with the gallery for the first time by showing his collection of paintings and sculptures. Running now,...
  • Daily until Aug 31 2017
    Till the end of August, Artmooi has got a new media exhibition, which can be seen at the River Mall. Made in cooperation with Cinekid Festival Amsterdam, the exhibit is made of interactive installations, so it's meant to be kid-friendly. Costs 158rmb for kids, 288rmb for adults. Running daily starting at 10am, ends August 30.
  • This September, Photofairs Shanghai returns to China for the fourth year to celebrate the art of the photographic medium. Taking place at the Shanghai Exhibition Center from 8-10 September 2017, the fair is widely recognized as Asia Pacific’s home for cutting-edge photography and a key driver of China’s maturing photography market. Ambitious, museum-quality presentations throughout the 2017 edition will bring together emerging and established artists who push the boundaries of the photographic medium, and challenge the notion of what photography can be. With this sole focus on photography, Photofairs Shanghai offers collectors, curators and visitors from across the Asia Pacific region an unparalleled site of discovery.
  • This September, Photofairs Shanghai returns to China for the fourth year to celebrate the art of the photographic medium. Taking place at the Shanghai Exhibition Center from 8-10 September 2017, the fair is widely recognized as Asia Pacific’s home for cutting-edge photography and a key driver of China’s maturing photography market. Ambitious, museum-quality presentations throughout the 2017 edition will bring together emerging and established artists who push the boundaries of the photographic medium, and challenge the notion of what photography can be. With this sole focus on photography, Photofairs Shanghai offers collectors, curators and visitors from across the Asia Pacific region an unparalleled site of discovery.
  • This September, Photofairs Shanghai returns to China for the fourth year to celebrate the art of the photographic medium. Taking place at the Shanghai Exhibition Center from 8-10 September 2017, the fair is widely recognized as Asia Pacific’s home for cutting-edge photography and a key driver of China’s maturing photography market. Ambitious, museum-quality presentations throughout the 2017 edition will bring together emerging and established artists who push the boundaries of the photographic medium, and challenge the notion of what photography can be. With this sole focus on photography, Photofairs Shanghai offers collectors, curators and visitors from across the Asia Pacific region an unparalleled site of discovery.
  • This September, Photofairs Shanghai returns to China for the fourth year to celebrate the art of the photographic medium. Taking place at the Shanghai Exhibition Center from 8-10 September 2017, the fair is widely recognized as Asia Pacific’s home for cutting-edge photography and a key driver of China’s maturing photography market. Ambitious, museum-quality presentations throughout the 2017 edition will bring together emerging and established artists who push the boundaries of the photographic medium, and challenge the notion of what photography can be. With this sole focus on photography, Photofairs Shanghai offers collectors, curators and visitors from across the Asia Pacific region an unparalleled site of discovery.
  • The 2017 edition of famed games/movies/comics expo ComicCon is hitting Shanghai this October. This is a chance for pop-culture aficionados to trawl through booths stocked with all kinds of gimmickry, gizmos, gadgets and geegaws related to their favorite bits of media. There'll be guest speakers, appearances by famous people, panels, discussions, the works. Plenty of shopping. Probably some cosplay, too. In the past, Shanghai's been privy to the likes of Mads Mikkelsen (Hannibal), Luke Evans (Beauty and the Beast, The Hobbit), Robin Lord Taylor (Gotham), Ming-Na Wen (Mulan), Brandon Routh (Superman Returns, Flash), and Nolan North lookalike, Nathan Fillion (Firefly, Castle, Halo series, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog).
  • The 2017 edition of famed games/movies/comics expo ComicCon is hitting Shanghai this October. This is a chance for pop-culture aficionados to trawl through booths stocked with all kinds of gimmickry, gizmos, gadgets and geegaws related to their favorite bits of media. There'll be guest speakers, appearances by famous people, panels, discussions, the works. Plenty of shopping. Probably some cosplay, too. In the past, Shanghai's been privy to the likes of Mads Mikkelsen (Hannibal), Luke Evans (Beauty and the Beast, The Hobbit), Robin Lord Taylor (Gotham), Ming-Na Wen (Mulan), Brandon Routh (Superman Returns, Flash), and Nolan North lookalike, Nathan Fillion (Firefly, Castle, Halo series, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog).
  • The 2017 edition of famed games/movies/comics expo ComicCon is hitting Shanghai this October. This is a chance for pop-culture aficionados to trawl through booths stocked with all kinds of gimmickry, gizmos, gadgets and geegaws related to their favorite bits of media. There'll be guest speakers, appearances by famous people, panels, discussions, the works. Plenty of shopping. Probably some cosplay, too. In the past, Shanghai's been privy to the likes of Mads Mikkelsen (Hannibal), Luke Evans (Beauty and the Beast, The Hobbit), Robin Lord Taylor (Gotham), Ming-Na Wen (Mulan), Brandon Routh (Superman Returns, Flash), and Nolan North lookalike, Nathan Fillion (Firefly, Castle, Halo series, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog).