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ART EXHIBITIONS
  • 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 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 Jul 2 2017
    World-renowned pop artists KAWS and Murakami Takashi exhibit retrospective works at the Je Fine Art Gallery. It's open Tuesday until Sunday, closed on Monday. until July 2. 25rmb on weekdays; 30rmb on weekends.
  • Daily until Jul 30 2017
    With the solo exhibition “Entangled in Duality”, Hu Weiqi makes an attempt to unveil how deep of an imprint the miraculous, eye-catching and lighting-fast social, political and cultural transition has left on the mentalities, conscious and believes of Chinese people. The art of Hu Weiqi, like the art of many is often a reply to the reality. It is no wonder that in a confused and unsettling...
  • Daily until Jul 2 2017
    Zakea Page is a Shanghai based New Zealand artist. He lands his first solo exhibition 'Tenacious' at Studio White Gallery. Tenacious means to not easily be pulled apart, to not be destroyed in the face of adversity or change. The exhibition is about the journey and the sense of struggle when becoming tenacious. The second part of the exhibition explores the importance of support,...
  • Daily until Jul 21 2017
    French photographer Aurelien Marechal's series BLOCK casts an eye on the tremendous speed of urbanization in China, and what it means for the real estate infrastructure throughout the country. The photo exhibition tries to expose the immensity of these fascinating architectural sites, employing a realistic and unbiased photodocumentary style that only highlights the surrealism of these packed,...
  • 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...
  • 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.