15. 01. 2014

INTERVIEW: Budi Tek on the New Yuz Museum in Shanghai

View Slideshow The exterior of the Yuz Museum, Shanghai. (Courtesy Sam Gaskin) First came the Power Station of Art, adapted from a building that previously generated electricity for a shipyard. Then there was the Xuhui...

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07. 01. 2014

Top 14 Chinese Art Events in 2014

BLOUIN ARTINFO anticipates the best and biggest art happenings at galleries, museums and fairs in China over the coming year. 1. Kicking things off, Hubei-born, post ’70s artist Tang Yongxiang’s first solo show will take...

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07. 01. 2014

Artist: CHINA WEEK GUEST EDITOR YIJUN (PIXY) LIAO: FOR YOUR EYES ONLY

I am very grateful to photographer Pixy Liao for her contributions this week as China Week Guest Editor.  Today, I am featuring Pixy’s work to kick off a week of exploring Chinese photographers.  Her new...

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01. 01. 2014

Art Metropolis: Shanghai’s 10 Best Contemporary Art Galleries

Shanghai’s contemporary art scene is experiencing an exciting time of growth, experimentation and self-realisation. From the hip, graffiti-covered district of Moganshan Road to world-class museums and small art spaces tucked away on picturesque...

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27. 12. 2013

Chairman Mao’s old home to reopen inside luxury mall

Mao Tse-tung’s former Shanghai residence, a two-story lane house where the Communist revolutionary lived nearly a century ago, is to reopen – in the middle of a luxury shopping complex. A 26-year-old Mao...

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11. 12. 2013

After Shanghai Disappears Under a Blanket of Smog, State Media Touts It as a “Defensive Advantage”

Severe air pollution brings China’s financial hub to its knees as news outlets criticized over positive coverage. Record-breaking smog has crippled Shanghai in recent days, disrupting more than 100 flights and leading to a 26...

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