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  • Daily except Sat & Sun until Apr 28 2017
    Seoul-based artistic duo Shinseunback Kimyonghun present new work, Stone as the fourth and final part of recent exhibition series, Foreign Bodies. The premise of the experience-based piece is straightforward enough: what would it feel like to be a stone? Its execution, though, is founded in the collective's background in computer science and visual arts. On identifying a...
  • Daily until Apr 30 2017
    A first Shanghai solo for emerging artist Gao Yuan, Eternal Return is a show of two halves. The first is an animation called Lunar Dial, and the second is a selection of paintings realized over six years that the artist used as backgrounds in her animation. Featured in the Short Film section of the 2017 International Film Festival Rotterdam, Lunar Dial is a montage of...
  • Daily until Apr 30 2017
    ShanghART goes back to its M50 roots with a group exhibition inside its former Shanghai HQ. Titled SOW - that's Spring Ocean Wave - this one looks to be a joyful celebration of color and vibrancy. Working across a range of media, participating artists are Jin Yanan, Liu Yi, Xiao Longhua and Zheng Wenxin.
  • Daily until Apr 30 2017
    A teasingly sparse show by conceptual artist He An employs the materials and detritus of cities and industry to proffer an alternative view of our urban reality.
  • Daily until May 6 2017
    Liang Shaoji has been working with silkworms for 28 years. Now, he presents a series of new works in a solo called Sha Sha Sha - that is, 沙> (sha), the sound generated by silkworms while feasting on mulberry leaves; 纱 (sha), the pronunciation of the texture of silk; and 砂 (sha), meaning sand which is a critical component of one of the works on show here. He has the...
  • Daily until May 10 2017
    This group exhibition examines the gesture of rewriting as a metaphor for self-renewal. On display are works by eight artists whose practice is concerned with the writing, erasing and refining of personal or collective history. They include the likes of Ma Kelu, who has not only revised his own approach to painting, but also his nostalgia and impressions of his former Williamsburg home, by...
  • Daily until May 21 2017
    This looks very promising indeed: American artist James Turrell has been working with the medium of light since the 1960s, picking up accolade after accolade, and even opening his own museum in Argentina. He's best known for ongoing work, Roden Crater - fashioned from an extinct volcano, it's a naked-eye observatory out in the Arizona dessert. Other pieces include enclosed apertures or...
  • Daily until May 31 2017
    Part of K11's ongoing partnership with New York's New Museum, group exhibition After Us examines ways in which Chinese and international artists use surrogates, proxies and avatars to expand the notion of being human. A mixed media affair - works span sculpture, installation, photography, performance and video, plus augmented and virtual reality - it includes pieces by a host of...
  • Daily until Jun 4 2017
    Hunan-born artist Zhou Li's new abstract paintings go on show at Yuz Museum this spring. Comprising works on canvas alongside sound installations, Shadow of the Wind plays on the senses to reveal different perspectives when viewed close up, or from a distance. Think oversized paintings featuring tangled lines, organic shapes, and textured surfaces.
  • Daily until Jul 23 2017
    Continuing a recent run of top-notch architecture exhibitions, Power Station of Art turns its attention to Pritzker prize-winning Japanese architect, Toyo Ito. The show outlines the architect's research-focused process through models, images and drawings.
  • Daily until Apr 28 2017
    Ever since Paleolithic man grasped his first piece of flint, mankind has been on a constant quest to extend his abilities, sharpen his senses—to stretch and enlarge his realms of perception. In their project “Stone” Korean artists Shin Seung Back and Kim Yong Hun examine this persistent human interest in “self-improvement” through technological prostheses—applying this theory of “perception...
  • Daily until Aug 13 2017
    Spanning graffiti, pop art and consumer culture, KAWS' practice is nothing if not prolific. Known internationally for his limited edition toys and clothing, Brooklyn-based artist and designer KAWS (aka Brian Donnelly) gets his very own solo show at YUZ Museum this summer. The show comprises paintings, sculptures, drawings, toys and ads to create an overview of his creative, conceptual and...
  • Daily until May 14 2017
    Cc Foundation's M50 exhibition space presents British conceptual artist Ryan Gander this spring. Comprising new and recent works, the show centers on contradiction, and the dichotomy between human and nonhuman, utility and futility, success and failure. To that end, expect mirrors with no reflection, inanimate figures that express emotion, and a site-specific installation made of ball bearings.
  • Daily until Jun 4 2017
    The Art+ Shanghai Gallery exhibition “Paradox of Reality: Latest Works by Shen Hua” represents the critical pictorial conclusions to the artist’s recent reflections on realism and, as he puts it, its “inherent” and “insurmountable” limitations. That sounds insane, but to summarize; three separate art series that explore what "reality" even means.
  • Daily until Jun 18 2017
    West Bund exhibition spot Qiao Space teams up with White Cube gallery to host a solo by young artist He Xiangyu. On display will be his ongoing Lemon Paintings series, as well as expansive video installation, Turtle, Lion and Bear. The latter consists of a configuration of vitrines in which monitors display multiple videos showing people and animals yawning. Oddly contagious, it's...
  • Daily until Apr 30 2017
    Leo Xu Projects teams up with LA's David Kordansky Gallery to present a cross section of 21 artists working across a range of media to examine current global affairs. They include the likes of Chen Wei, Heman Chong, Rashid Johnson, Tala Madani, and Sissel Tolaas. Exploring ways in which political, ecological, and spiritual values are being tested in a world that feels at once increasingly...
  • Daily until Jun 10 2017
    Julian Opie comes to Shanghai's Fosun Foundation in March. You'll have seen the iconic British artist's work before, either by way of one his many, many digital animated public commissions internationally, or maybe on Britpop band Blur's 2000 Best Of album... The Shanghai show comprises more than 50 works spanning a range of media and technologies, from inkjet on glass and painted...
  • Daily until May 12 2017
    The first in a series of exhibitions aimed at promoting young new media artists in China, Three Rooms features largely digital offerings from the likes of web-based artists Miao Ying and aaajiao, as well as film and CGI talent Lu Yang. Interactive and fun, this one comes highly recommended.