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Nam June Paik Art Center: “Humor Has It”

Humor is a useful strategy in stating one’s stance. Jokes that trigger laughter allow us to express subversive thoughts metaphorically. Also humor presents the possibilities to dismantle canons and conventions openly. Humor in gestures of objection, mockery, irony,...

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K11 Art Foundation: Zhang Jian-Jun “Human Traces”

K11 Art Foundation (KAF) is thrilled to collaborate with Royal Academy of Arts to launch Zhang Jian-Jun: Human Traces, a return exhibition that shows the fruition of the Artist-in-Residence Programme, co-presented by KAF and London’s Royal Academy of Arts (RA). It...

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Red Brick Art Museum: James Lee Byars “The Perfect Moment”

Red Brick Art Museum presents James Lee Byars: The Perfect Moment, the first retrospective in China of American artist James Lee Byars (1932–1997). Curated by Yan Shijie and through a selection of more than fifty works — including installations, performances,...

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UCCA: Cao Fei “Staging the Era”

  As one of China’s most prominent contemporary artists, Cao Fei uses multimedia formats—film, video, virtual reality, and installation—to surreally depict the dramatic social changes of a globalizing China and the state of the individual under such conditions....

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Pera Museum: “A Question of Taste”

A Question of Taste is a group exhibition that deals with kitsch, a concept whose meaning has shifted since the 19th century, and the intimate relationship this concept has established with today's visual culture as well as its critical role in shaping taste. The...

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UCCA Dune: “Space Oddity”

  In UCCA Dune’s first exhibition in 2021, twelve Chinese and international artists search for hope in a weary world and reimagine paradigms for future human civilization with planetary perspectives. UCCA Dune presents “Space Oddity” from March 7, 2021 to June...

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UCCA: “Silent Thunder”

“Silent Thunder” is a concentrated presentation of an under-explored thread in Chinese contemporary art—the connection between Buddhism and contemporary art, and the ways in which it departs from classical notions of Buddhist art. “Buddhist art” as a field of study...

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KADIST and Guangdong Times Museum: “Frequencies of Tradition”

With works by Yoeri Guépin, Ho Tzu Nyen, Chia Wei Hsu, siren eun young jung, Jane Jin Kaisen, Alexander Keefe in collaboration with Ashoke Chatterjee and Liz Phillips, Tomoko Kikuchi, Ayoung Kim, Hwayeon Nam, Ko Sakai and Ryusuke Hamaguchi, Lieko Shiga, Simon Soon in...

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UCCA: “Huayu Youth Award”

UCCA will host the eighth edition of the Huayu Youth Award, honoring outstanding artists from Greater China under the age of 35, at the end of 2020. UCCA and its team are involved in every stage of this year’s awards, from the selection of the artist shortlist to the...

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M WOODS: Giorgio Morandi “The Poetics of Stillness”

M WOODS is proud to present the first museum exhibition in China of the work of the celebrated Italian artist Giorgio Morandi (1890-1964). Morandi was born on July 20, 1890, in Bologna, Italy, and spent nearly all his life there, working quietly in a modest studio and...

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UCCA: “Mirage: Contemporary Art in Augmented Reality”

From November 28, 2020, to February, 10, 2021, UCCA Center for Contemporary Art presents “Mirage: Contemporary Art in Augmented Reality,” a special exhibition for augmented reality (AR) art undertaken in collaboration with Acute Art, the world’s most extensive...

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Prada Rong Zhai: Alex Da Corte “Rubber Pencil Devil”

Prada presents “Rubber Pencil Devil”, a site-specific intervention by artist Alex Da Corte, with the support of Fondazione Prada. The project will be on view from 13 November 2020 to 24 January 2021 in the premises of Prada Rong Zhai, a 1918 historical residence in...

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