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Power Station of Art, What to See Right Now

By - Photos: Jin Qian Aug 24, 2018 Arts & Stage
Been down to the Power Station of Art recently? You should. There are four quality exhibitions up right now, spanning contemporary art, Shanghai’s historical architecture, and top-notch Japanese anime. Go for the afternoon.

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Niki de Saint Phalle & Shen Yuan: HON



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Power Station of Art celebrates two iconic contemporary female artists, though painter/sculptor Niki de Saint Phalle’s bright and bold installations and paintings are the main focus. Her work, which is naïve and child-like, reflects her tragic childhood and family background, as well as her aggressive attitude. Fun stuff! Shen works in installations and across mediums.

The Rise of Modernity: The First Generation of Chinese Architects from the University of Pennsylvania



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This brilliant and informative exhibition showcases deep research, and hundreds of photos and design materials about the history of Chinese architecture from 1920s to 1930s, a fascinating time in Shanghai’s architectural life when academia was meeting urban development.

Franklin Chow: Zigzagging my way home



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Shanghai-born artist Franklin Chow dubs himself a ‘Swiss made in China’. Tracing his lineage back to legendary Ming dynasty painter Chou Ying, Chow looks back on his idiosyncratic personal history through abstract paintings and installations.

Shinkai Makoto



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Shinkai Makoto is the mastermind of one of the most popular animations of all time: Your Name. On the ground floor of PSA, you can see the inspiring creativity of this self-made filmmaker, and the production materials of some of the most exquisite works in animation history, though the show’s information is in Chinese only.

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