BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 CALSCALE:GREGORIAN PRODID:iCalendar-Ruby VERSION:2.0 BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140426 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140426 GEO:39.921034;116.443188 LOCATION:Xin Dong Cheng Space for Contemporary Art\,798 Art District\, Dash anzi\, Jiu Xian Qiao Lu No. 4\, Chaoyang District \nBeijing\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, WU MINGZHONG UID:332496 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The Space Station is about to present you th e second solo exhibition of Cloud Atlas of the artist Shang Chengxiang on A pril 12th\, 2014. The exhibition lasts until May 11th.

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The year 2013 has seen many &ldquo\;clouds&rdquo\; as well as &ldquo\;p alm-trees&rdquo\; in Shang&rsquo\;s works\, the recurrent images in his dre am of a certain period. Grown up in the northeastern China\, he has not see n much of a palm forest\; yet he dreamt that those colourful trees swayed i n the breeze and he weaved through those treetops. At that time he found it very hard to sober up every day\, which felt like there was always a cloud haunting at the bedside\, much like those depicted in the painting Start f rom the Fog. Thus we have the works from 2013 till the present.

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Shang&rsquo\;s predilection is not limited from the early &ldq uo\;glass pieces&rdquo\;\, &ldquo\;rocket booster&rdquo\;\, &ldquo\;bombed house&rdquo\;\, to the recent &ldquo\;deer with snapped antlers&rdquo\;\, & ldquo\;masked goat&rdquo\; and &ldquo\;lost zebra&rdquo\;\, etc. He likes i t more to delineate those unfamiliar\, strange and remote. Reality and fant asy in his works appear one after another\; animals and human beings often exchange identities\, making us rethink ourselves as human beings from the perspectives of the animals.

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Shang always depicts s ome &ldquo\;unrealistic&rdquo\; scene by using large size canvas\, like in Unescapable Dream\, the wreckage of a damaged ship appears in a vast expans e of cornfield\, and kids are strapped by plastic bags and toy horses\; You r Face describes a stranded whale wrecked by the oars\, and a little girl w ants to control or stroke it\; Horror Series portrays docile animals\, whos e eyes and the bits are gleaming with ferocious emotions as well as the str ength to rebel. These powers can be either long neglected\, or constantly g athered. Shang carefully conceals these details\, making them like a timer of a bomb\, urging you to discover all the unusualness within the countdown .

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A most significant question\, however\, is who th e protagonists of his works are. This means that the spectators are placed in different locations\, with some gazing on the animals\, and some besiege d by the atmosphere created by the paintings. That is to say\, Shang intend s to narrate a quasi-circular story\, in which he lets the viewers to disco ver\, as if the depicted scene is pregnant with inexhaustible meanings: the beginning is also the end\; the portion is also the whole.

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Just when you think you have seen the light\, Shang explains all t hese as two separate but closely related selves. It is said that he often f ails to distinguish reality and truth\, as the aforementioned that he canno t tell whether he is in dreams or reality in the daytime. For instance\, in Partake of the Feast\, where three goats of different appearances represen t several different types of person\; it is hard to tell who is the most da ngerous\, for they are either masqueraded or fierce or submissive\, but the se are only the appearances: maybe the best mask is without mask. The meat in the painting represents the interests\, and those blooming flowers at th e background suggest these three goats are to partake of the feast in such a flowery environment.

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If we disregard all those li terary metaphors\, what Shang aims to express still remain. This shows that his way of constructing the work is still conventional and purely visual\, which is different from most contemporary artists who rely on the hermeneu tics of texts and notions. If we go on to strip off those props on the afor ementioned animals\, you will find\, as a spectator\, that those eyes also reveal human nature.

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This is a story about solitude and conflict\, reality and emotions. Even if we do not tell it\, Shang\, a t the very beginning has limited our sights within a perceivable scope\, so accurate that what we are facing and our inner choice are standing in shar p conflict. Good news is that the scope does not produce much loneliness\, but just a world of me and another me. In fact\, this is a state void of th e real and the outside world\, and also the very way through which we walk into our inside world\, and those &ldquo\;clouds&rdquo\; are the doors and windows to enter from. Rid of the omnipotent reality that seems to have all the word under control\, we obtain our own freedom. On the other hand\, th ose spiritual symbols in the painting may be just the murmur between the tw o selves. Reality and fantasy\, solitude and conflict undergo ups and downs like the waves in our life journey\; but orders seem to have always existe d governing these chaos\, and occasionally disrupting our excessive imagina tions which\, more interestingly\, we also need in our pursuit of the truth and self-balancing. This seems to be a de-fantasized or de-rationalized pr ocess\; and in the end\, the virtual world in the painting converges with o ur perceivable world\, where the real feelings and inspirations spring up f or some time and are quickly washed away by the tides of thoughts.

DTEND:20140511 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140412 GEO:39.982148;116.495188 LOCATION:Space Station\,4 Jiuxianqiao Rd\,798 Art Zone\,Chaoyang District \ nBeijing\, 100015 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Cloud Atlas\, Shang Chengxiang UID:332495 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

2014年4月20日,&ldquo\;三维的墨&mdash\;当代水墨三人展&rdquo\;将在上海多伦现代美术馆隆重开 幕。本次展览由四位来自不同领域的创作者携手参展:璞素家居创办人陈燕飞、当代艺术家朱敬一、自造社创始人宋涛。

  三位创作者以浸染 多年的中国传统文化为根基,分别从各自不同的思维角度重新诠释了&ldquo\;墨&rdquo\;的多维度的可能性。

  陈燕飞:受 日本现代书法影响开始书法的现代变革,建立起一套古典与现代相融合的审美观。他将传统书法,抽象绘画,以及对创作环境的理解融合为一体,创作出颇具现代感的书法 作品。

  朱敬一:迷恋中国古代线描,他以&ldquo\;线&rdquo\;为工具,将二维平面的水墨、三维立体的结构,以及中国古 典神话式的妖怪形象,纳入同一个语境中,创作出立体化的水墨作品。

  宋涛:经历了中西文化两方面的浸淫和比较, 反而让他对中国传统 文化有了更深的理解。以从法国留学回国为分界点,1994 年之后,他的作品中加入了对第三维度&mdash\;&mdash\;时间的思考。
  四位艺术家试将通过本次展览共同发起各界观者对当代水墨在时空象限上的存在形式与存在意义的再度思考。

DTEND:20140502 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140420 GEO:31.2651702;121.481836 LOCATION:Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art (Doland Art Museum)\,27 Duolu n Rd (near Sichuan North Road)\nShanghai\, 200081 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:“三维的墨”\, 陈燕飞\, 朱敬一\, 宋涛 UID:332493 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140420T170000 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140420T150000 GEO:31.2651702;121.481836 LOCATION:Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art (Doland Art Museum)\,27 Duolu n Rd (near Sichuan North Road)\nShanghai\, 200081 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:“三维的墨”\, 宋涛\, 朱敬一\, 陈燕飞 UID:332494 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140510 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140423 GEO:22.2802211;114.1553855 LOCATION:GROTTO Fine Art\,2/F 31C-D Wyndham Street \nHong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:RECENT WORKS\, Hung Fai UID:332492 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140604 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140426 GEO:39.9846268;116.4931472 LOCATION:WHITE SPACE BEIJING\,255 Cao Changdi\, Airport Service Road CHAOYA NG DISTRICT\nBeijing\, 100015 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Monadology\, Li Shurui UID:332490 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140426T180000 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140426T160000 GEO:39.9846268;116.4931472 LOCATION:WHITE SPACE BEIJING\,255 Cao Changdi\, Airport Service Road CHAOYA NG DISTRICT\nBeijing\, 100015 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Monadology\, Li Shurui UID:332491 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

From beginning to the end\, the Cicadas existed in Zou Qiong hui&rsquo\;s art works as a symbol of life\, and then established the meani ng of her works as a cue. To be one kind of the insects\, cicada has its un ique pattern of lifecycle: the larva of cicada has to go through a miraculo us ecdysis\, it will &ldquo\;walks out&rdquo\; of its body\, and leaves its outer form alone. The artist was awakened by the continuity and rebirth of its lifecycle\, she collected amounts of cicadas to create her installatio n art works\, and the cicadas turned into a visual symbol of her abstract a rt\, implied the human life metaphorically. Every year\, people spend the s ummer at leisure with chirping of cicadas\, and the Chinese poets always pu t the cicadas in their poems: &ldquo\;the forest is more peaceful while cic adas are chirping\, the mountain is more secluded while the birds are singi ng&rdquo\;(by Wang Ji)\, and &ldquo\;the summer on the past is hasten on by the cicadas\, the autumn on the new is bring on by the wild goose&rdquo\; (by Bai Juyi). The art of Zou Qionghui brings the audience to the ancient p oetic realm\, and furthermore\, it brings art into a new cultural construct ion by new conception\, new schema\, and new materials.

DTEND:20140603 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140525 GEO:39.890204;116.4828227 LOCATION:Today Art Museum (TAM)\,32 Baiziwan Road Pingod Community\, Chaoya ng District\nBeijing\, 100022 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Cicadas’ language& Zen State\, Zou Qionghui UID:332484 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140524T180000 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140524T160000 GEO:39.890204;116.4828227 LOCATION:Today Art Museum (TAM)\,32 Baiziwan Road Pingod Community\, Chaoya ng District\nBeijing\, 100022 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Cicadas’ language& Zen State\, Zou Qionghui UID:332485 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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The artist demonstrated his own artistic judgment and views on value through finding a personalized linguistic system and possibility\, in orde r to respond to diversified contexts. Ma Xiaoteng\, born in Beijing in 1967 \, graduated and taught in No. 2 Studio of the Department of Oil Painting\, CAFA. From his concentration on historical and humanistic spirit in his gr aduation work The Death of Lu Xun to his demonstration of expressionistic m ental structure through figure paintings with the characteristics of langua ge imitation\, Ma Xiaoteng\, as a Chinese artist\, kept questioning how to reflect on the ever-increasing material and cultural life with the diversif ied spiritual contexts developed in the container of consciousness--art. Th e interpretation of historical and cultural themes\, together with the expl oration into expressionistic language\, jointly help him in defining and cl arifying his own cultural identity and pursuit\, as well as finding a perso nalized way of painting expression in a time featuring increasingly weakene d awareness of region and independence of culture. \;
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At the beginning of 2007\, he set out with his &ldquo\;Memor y Review&rdquo\; series. The serial works neither focus on the collective o r popular life style\, nor concentrate on political reality. With the lands capes of Beijing from 1970s to 1980s as the narrative carrier\, the series combines memory\, images and paintings\, in order to fulfill a visual resea rch through depicting his confusion\, pressure\, anxiety and even hurt duri ng the period\, with his cognition\, resources and methods available in the era. As for the way of expression\, he turned to the languages prevailing in traditional ruler painting and new year painting. With colors similar to folk characteristics\, he weakened the structure through Ping Tu (even or plain painting)\, as if he was exploring and studying on Chinese way of pai nting. \;
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Actually it is a matter of op inion what experience should be selected from the logic of visual culture p opular in Chinese society. It can be said that Ma Xiaoteng\, under the titl e of &ldquo\;review\,&rdquo\; is contemplating over memory and history as a n individual\, and focusing on topics of sex and power\, individual identit y and social identification\, re-decoration of history with visual observat ion and expression. Through micro perspective and narrative structure devel oped by personal visual and conceptual changes\, the mental narrations occu rred in specific spaces expressed the concerns over the breaking and mendin g of the link running across Chinese culture. \;
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DTEND:20140527 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140517 GEO:39.890204;116.4828227 LOCATION:Today Art Museum (TAM)\,32 Baiziwan Road Pingod Community\, Chaoya ng District\nBeijing\, 100022 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Reread \, Ma Xiaoteng UID:332482 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140517T170000 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140517T150000 GEO:39.890204;116.4828227 LOCATION:Today Art Museum (TAM)\,32 Baiziwan Road Pingod Community\, Chaoya ng District\nBeijing\, 100022 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Reread \, Ma Xiaoteng UID:332483 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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Burned marks\, landscapes and calligraphy transcend time and space. D igital\, ink and stelae construct a field for conversation. Today Art Museu m sincerely presents Kai Men &ndash\; Wang Tiande&rsquo\;s Solo Exhibition\ , a most important exhibition this year devoted to contemporary ink art exp eriments in China.
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As a practitioner of con temporary ink art\, Wang Tiande is never bounded by his solid knowledge of traditional literati paintings. Wang cognizes ink art as both paintings and an analogous relief\, as is reflected in the previous series of &ldquo\;Ch inese Fan&rdquo\;\, &ldquo\;Shu Ma Gong Neng Biao&rdquo\;\, &ldquo\;Chinese Garment&rdquo\;\, &ldquo\;Gu Shan&rdquo\; and &ldquo\;Digital Series&rdquo \;. In his &ldquo\;Digital Series&rdquo\;\, Wang writes with joss sticks in stead of brushes. Thus creating a negative space implied by the burned mark s which also complicates the spatial relationship. Usually the burned Chine se characters are placed on top of a layer of traditional calligraphy and l andscape. Through the negative space\, handwriting or rubbings hidden in th e background are unveiled. Moreover\, the incomplete forms of the burned Ch inese characters remind us of the historical and natural erosions. It also breaks away from the customary method of creating calligraphy and landscape \, forming a signature visual language of Wang. In his experiments of ink a nd mixed-media art\, the artist explores the end of writing and re-producti on intentionally and unconsciously. It is an evolutionism of art he is devo ted to.
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DTEND:20140526 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140505 GEO:39.890204;116.4828227 LOCATION:Today Art Museum (TAM)\,32 Baiziwan Road Pingod Community\, Chaoya ng District\nBeijing\, 100022 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Kai Men \, Wang Tiande UID:332480 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140510T190000 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140510T170000 GEO:39.890204;116.4828227 LOCATION:Today Art Museum (TAM)\,32 Baiziwan Road Pingod Community\, Chaoya ng District\nBeijing\, 100022 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Kai Men \, Wang Tiande UID:332481 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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Beijing's Today Art Museum will concurrently exhibit the work of pai nters Kuo Wei-kuo and Lu Hsien-ming for the first time from April 26 to May 8\, 2014. Curated by Cui Cancan with support from the Lin and Lin Gallery and in close coordination with the artists\, these large-scale exhibitions occupying the Museum's Exhibition Hall 2 will focus on significant works co mpleted by Kuo and Lu from the 1980s to the present. To accompany both arti sts' first solo exhibition in Mainland China\, extensive catalogs will be p ublished.
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Significant evolution in the cont emporary art of Taiwan has taken place since the 1980s when martial law on the island ended. During this period of accelerated growth\, Kuo and Lu eme rged as representative artists\, and their work as testimony to trends at t hat time. Both artists\, from their involvement in the establishment of the Taipei School of Painting in the 1980s to the still active Hantoo Art Grou p\, have always been on the leading edge of contemporary painting in Taiwan \, and like their contemporaries\, have carried forth western painting trad itions. They not only thoroughly grasp the style and vocabulary of western art\, but also remain cognizant of their own tradition\, and have always co nsciously related these eastern and western elements to Taiwanese society\, their cultural context and history\, while maintaining liberated\, experim ental attitudes toward form and content.
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Ov er the last thirty years\, the works of Kuo and Lu have born witness to cul tural trends and social developments in Taiwan. Kuo starts from the individ ual&rsquo\;s interaction with the real world\, proceeds to alignment of his imagination with reality\, and uses visual strategies to restore possibili ty and complexity. Taking transformations in urban landscapes as his theme\ , Lu has consistently focused on Taipei's relationship with individuals and communities\, and through experimentation and expansion of art forms\, bea rs witness to fluctuations in this modern city.
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Rather than organizing works in chronological order\, the exhibitions present the artists in separate sections of the venue\, and each section is further divided based on different themes to highlight each artist's relat ionship to Taiwanese culture.
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Exhibition or ganizers have brought together each artist's most important works\, and pre sents them in thematic groups set by the artists. The hope is to guide view ers in their understanding of Taiwan's recent history and social issues. By reexamining perceptions of this unique island\, we hope to encourage a cul tural dialog between Taiwan and Mainland China. At Today\, the world can sh are in this moment. \;
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DTEND:20140508 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140426 GEO:39.890204;116.4828227 LOCATION:Today Art Museum (TAM)\,32 Baiziwan Road Pingod Community\, Chaoya ng District\nBeijing\, 100022 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: A City of Silence & Sentient Garden\, Kuo Wei-Kuo\, Lu Hsien-Ming UID:332478 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140426T180000 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140426T160000 GEO:39.890204;116.4828227 LOCATION:Today Art Museum (TAM)\,32 Baiziwan Road Pingod Community\, Chaoya ng District\nBeijing\, 100022 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: A City of Silence & Sentient Garden\, Lu Hsien-Ming\, Kuo Wei-Kuo UID:332479 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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Contemporary China has a strong sense of modernity that also started in its cities. A city signifies a great many modern contradictions: single \, crowded\, busy repetitious. One who lives in a city for a long time grad ually adapts to these unique urban features\, but there are also a few who do not adapt\, who do not react to these urban features\, and Du Haijun is one of them. He grew up during the time of China&rsquo\;s rapid urbanizatio n\; he is completely aware of the rapid growth in China&rsquo\;s cities\; a nd he made the profound discovery that in cities life structures are joined together completely differently than in other places. \;
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Because of this\, Du Haijun selected the cities he experienced and let the heart of his paintings come from these urban impressions.  \;
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Although they are static views of cities\, nev ertheless\, Du Haijun&rsquo\;s urban paintings show various urban visualiza tions. Du wields his paintings as instruments to dissect urban secrets. Eac h one of these individual lattice like city buildings narrates an urban sto ry and tells of urban congestion. These paintings are definitely not a simp le enumeration of buildings\, but rather what results after a city squeezes everything from us. These include various codes that allow us to interpret Chinese society&rsquo\;s existence and current situation. In the beauty an d splendor of his backgrounds are the real stories of thousands and thousan ds of families and individuals\, the painting of which is not easy. \;< /div>\n
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Du is like a detective who imagines and inf ers and even goes so far as to peep at the people and scenes that are insid e these many urban windows. A few simple brushstrokes are adequate to set s cenes and tell stories that make people want to view and interpret the pain tings. These are the things that the young artist Du Haijun visualized thes e past few years as he breathed the city air\; and\, just because of these visualizations\, he discovered\, one step at a time\, what a city is and wh at living in a city entails. \;
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Cities can be sung\, so what songs are you singing\, what tunes are you humming? E very person can make their own unending sounds by warbling\, sometimes joyf ul\, sometimes choked up\, and sometimes even sad. Du Haijun utilizes paint ings to carefully capture the musical notes of all these sounds. They are n ot shouts and noise\, but rather soft warbles that remain unspoken. A city is a song that can be sung forever\, and the tune changes daily. The painti ngs may be footage that has been stopped and then frozen on the canvas\, so that the paintings seem filled with sounds that will drift across your hea rt. &mdash\;&mdash\;Wang Chunchen
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DTEND:20140506 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140425 GEO:39.890204;116.4828227 LOCATION:Today Art Museum (TAM)\,32 Baiziwan Road Pingod Community\, Chaoya ng District\nBeijing\, 100022 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:City Vibrato \, Du Haijun UID:332476 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140427T170000 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140427T150000 GEO:39.890204;116.4828227 LOCATION:Today Art Museum (TAM)\,32 Baiziwan Road Pingod Community\, Chaoya ng District\nBeijing\, 100022 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:City Vibrato \, Du Haijun UID:332477 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
Strictly speaking\, post-landscape paintings should not be considered as paintings\, but as iconography. It is no longer the traditio nal landscape painting per se\, rather\, it rejects its former definition. Ink and brush are central to traditional landscape painting imagery\, execu ted through the artist&rsquo\;s spirit. In other words\, it uses ink to exp ress the values of the literati. Post-shanshui iconography has not only sto pped carrying forth the values of the literati\, it has also deconstructed ink painting. In recent years\, there are those who have already begun to e xperiment in this field in China. In 2011\, a contemporary Chinese art exhi bition\, Shanshui was held at the Lucerne Art Museum in Switzerland\, and s ome of the artworks in this exhibition are considered as &ldquo\;post-lands cape iconography&rdquo\;. Today\, Ding Bin has provided us with new example s of such artistic practice. \;
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This exhibition marks Ding Bin&rsquo\;s first formal solo exhibition. He studied under Jia Youfu in hi s earlier years\, on classical landscape painting and ink painting of the n ew China\, and was peer of Chen Pingwei\, a representative painter of the & ldquo\;New Literati paintings&rdquo\; at the Chinese Painting Department of the Central Academy of Fine Art. Ding has created a large number of works on monochromatic landscape paintings. In recent years he became infatuated with experimenting cartography through ink painting. He has thus departed f rom traditional painting methods\, and boldly adopts the overlooking perspe ctive perpendicular to the image. In sum\, his artworks are angles to carto graphy and representations of ink painting. \;
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Ding Bin&rsq uo\;s artworks are created through production methods\, rather than the tra ditional writing and brushstrokes. Thus Ding Bin&rsquo\;s works are iconogr aphies rather than landscape paintings per se. It rejects both the traditio nal landscapes painting and landscape painting in general\, thus I define i t as &ldquo\;post-shanshui iconography&rdquo\;. However compare to images o f the landscape rendered through photography or mixed media\, Ding Bin has not abandoned the material of traditional ink painting &ndash\; paper and i nk. He is an artist who produces the image of mountains and rivers with ink painting materials\, which constitutes the significant attributes of his w orks. Due to the artist&rsquo\;s familiarity of TV expressions\, his works have appropriated the panoramic overview and certain methods of montage tha t also bring a sense of novelty to his works. \;
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Ding Bin&r squo\;s works do not represent social and political elements\, nor do they express literati sentiments and values. The artist is more interested in co ntemporary expression. He extracted all the possible decipherable meanings that the artworks are capable to represent. The works nearly reached a stat e of &ldquo\;void&rdquo\;\, by which to highlight the state of &ldquo\;mean inglessness&rdquo\;. Through vertical and horizontal expansion of space and the varying textures of his images\, our imagination may also wander freel y. With his works\, we shall wander freely between the geography and princi ples of painting. &mdash\;&mdash\;Yin \;Jinan(Academic guidance)
DTEND:20140506 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140426 GEO:39.890204;116.4828227 LOCATION:Today Art Museum (TAM)\,32 Baiziwan Road Pingod Community\, Chaoya ng District\nBeijing\, 100022 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: His Cartography\, Ding Bin UID:332474 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140426T170000 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140426T150000 GEO:39.890204;116.4828227 LOCATION:Today Art Museum (TAM)\,32 Baiziwan Road Pingod Community\, Chaoya ng District\nBeijing\, 100022 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: His Cartography\, Ding Bin UID:332475 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Today &ndash\; Future Talents Promotion Plan: Li Binyuan is a promotional exhibition of a young artist launched by Today Art Museum in the spring of 2014. The attention on artistic livelihood of China's contemp orary young artists is important investment in boosting the future developm ent of China's contemporary art. Today Art Museum researched and observed e merging young artists in the past two years. The artistic dynamics\, creati vity and destructive power of young artist Li Binyuan are so impressive to us that this exhibition is made possible. There is no curator of this exhib ition. The artist is given 7 days and a space in Today Art Museum that can be constantly creatively and destructively used for his exploration of new possibilities in the world of art. Today Art Museum is supportive of the yo ung artists' endeavors to break the rules in art\, broaden and deepen their knowledge and understanding of the dimensions of art. Today &ndash\; Futur e Talents Promotion Plan will be a new extension of Today Art Museum's cont inuous effort to support younger artists.

DTEND:20140428 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140422 GEO:39.890204;116.4828227 LOCATION:Today Art Museum (TAM)\,32 Baiziwan Road Pingod Community\, Chaoya ng District\nBeijing\, 100022 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Today – Future Talents Promotion Plan\, Li Binyuan UID:332471 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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In my stage\, I always want to try making body dance with thought\, but I also have to make my artistic behavior to be ill abed in long term. D rama is like a pain\, because it achieves balance only after disillusion an d completes the dramatic narration during the conflict between balance and imbalance.
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by Liao Xinsong
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Pi J in\, who entered  \;Liao&rsquo\;s creation and became the main visual s ymbol of his works\, not only refers to the personality of this theatrical character in specific theatrical context\, but also carries concrete image signifier of comic sarcasm and mockery\; and more importantly\, Liao applie d the visual symbol of Pi Jin in completing his overall criticism of our ag e and transmitting the meaning signifier behind this symbol. Now we are liv ing in an era which witnesses individual desire excessively swelling and hu manistic value sharply degrading\, and all the ludicrous\, ugly and deforme d things happening on earth make our world absurd and ridiculous\; hence\, Liao gave his creation a holistic name &ldquo\;Vaudeville Era&rdquo\;. So i t is evident that Liao tried to construct a massive system of value judgmen t in his works and Pi Jin\, as the specific painting image\, refers to diff erent meaning signifier in different works. Generally speaking\, the system of meaning signifier of Pi Jin in Liao&rsquo\;s works can be divided into three main areas: the Pi Jin who represents the embodiment of the painter h imself\, the Pi Jin who represents the general public\, and the Pi Jin who represents some spiritual meaning&mdash\;all of these three kinds are calle d &ldquo\;three flavors&rdquo\; of Liao&rsquo\;s Pi Jin by me.  \; &nbs p\;  \; \;
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by Wu Hong  \;
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DTEND:20140429 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140418 GEO:39.890204;116.4828227 LOCATION:Today Art Museum (TAM)\,32 Baiziwan Road Pingod Community\, Chaoya ng District\nBeijing\, 100022 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:PIJIN\, Liao Xinsong UID:332469 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140419T173000 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140419T153000 GEO:39.890204;116.4828227 LOCATION:Today Art Museum (TAM)\,32 Baiziwan Road Pingod Community\, Chaoya ng District\nBeijing\, 100022 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:PIJIN\, Liao Xinsong UID:332470 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

ShanghART is so pleased to present Yang Fudong&rsquo\;s solo exhibition NEW WOMEN in ShanghART H-Space from May 9th to Jun 16th\, 2014.

New Women\, a five-channel video installation\, is Yang Fudong &rsquo\;s most recent video work. New Women was commissioned by TIFF (Toron to International Film Festival) where it was presented for the first time i n 2013 to high acclaim. \; \;New Women will also be shown in Art Un limited/Art Basel this summer.

New Women is inspired by the dec adent atmosphere of Shanghai in the 1920s and 1930s\, a period that has bee n captured in some of the best-loved Chinese films today and remains influe ntial among Chinese artists in general. 1930s movies were mostly storytelli ng\, focusing on the dark side of the society and the fate of small potatoe s. The same goes for contemporary movies\, but they produce now different t ypes of industrial image products\, and all for the purpose to consume our feelings. Generally\, artists are not exactly the same\; they are more of t ext authors and philosophers\, and they don&rsquo\;t deliberately create en tertainment products. The work New Women examines and suggests how women &n dash\; and\, ultimately\, the ideas about women &ndash\; have embodied Chin a&rsquo\;s search for modernity over the past hundred years. It is a tribut e to nascent Chinese cinema\, also a depiction of the ideal woman image in each person&rsquo\;s heart which implies an idealistic state.

In the end of 2013\, Yang Fudong&rsquo\;s New Women was nominated as "Best Ar twork of the Year Award" of LU XUN Award 2013.

DTEND:20140606 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140510 GEO:31.2487514;121.4466722 LOCATION:ShanghART H-space\,50 Moganshan Rd.\, Bldg 18 \nShanghai\, 200060 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: New Women \, Yang Fudong UID:332465 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140509T190000 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140509T170000 GEO:31.2487514;121.4466722 LOCATION:ShanghART H-space\,50 Moganshan Rd.\, Bldg 18 \nShanghai\, 200060 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: New Women \, Yang Fudong UID:332466 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Hours &\; Admission

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Private View

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Wednesday\, May 14\, 2014\, 12 noon to 5pm (by invitation only)< /p>\n

Vernissage

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Wednesday\, May 14\, 2014\, 5pm to 9pm

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Public Days

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Thursday\, May 15\, 20 14\, 12 noon to 7pm.
Friday\, May 16\, 2014\, 12 noon to 9pm.
S aturday\, May 17\, 2014\, 12 noon to 7pm.
Sunday\, May 18\, 2014\, 12 noon to 5pm.

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Ticket Prices

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Vernissage Tic ket: HK$850
One Weekday Ticket: HK$250\, concessions HK$150
One Weekend Ticket: HK$300\, concessions HK$180
Two Weekdays Ticket: HK$ 450\, concessions HK$250
Two Weekend Days Ticket: HK$550\, concession s HK$300
Four Days Ticket: HK$750\, concessions HK$450

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Exhib itors

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  • Alisan Fine Arts\n
  • Ameringer|McEnery|Yohe
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  • Andersen's Contemporary
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  • André\;hn-Schiptjenko
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  • Applicat-Prazan
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  • Arario Gal lery
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  • Arataniurano
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  • Arndt
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  • Athr Gallery
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  • Atlas Gallery
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  • Aye Gallery
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  • Balice Hertling
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  • Beck &\; Eggeling
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  • Beijing Ar t Now Gallery
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  • Beijing Commune
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  • Ben Brown Fine Arts
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  • Blindspot Gallery
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  • BolteLang
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  • Brame &\; Loren ceau
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  • The Breeder
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  • Casa Triâ\;ngulo
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  • Castelli Gallery
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  • Galeria Pedro Cera
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  • Chambers Fine Art
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  • Chemould Prescott Road
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  • Chi-Wen Gallery
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  • Chi-Wen Gallery< /li>\n
  • James Cohan Gallery
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  • Sadie Coles HQ
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  • Contempora ry Fine Arts
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  • Galleria Continua
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  • Pilar Corrias
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  • Alan Cristea Gallery
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  • Massimo De Carlo
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  • Hadrien de Montferrand Gallery
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  • de Sarthe Gallery
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  • Cecilia de Torres\, Ltd.
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  • Cecilia de Torres\, Ltd.
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  • Delhi Art Gallery
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  • Dirimart
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  • The Drawing Room
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  • Galeri e du Monde
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  • Edwin's Gall ery
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  • Gallery EM
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  • Thomas Erb en Gallery
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  • Eslite Gallery
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  • Eslite Gallery
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  • Exhi bit320
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  • Gallery Exit
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  • Experimenter
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  • Zach Feuer Gallery
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  • Finale Art File
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  • Fine Arts Literature Art Center
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  • F ost Gallery
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  • Carl Freedman Gallery
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  • Gan dhara-Art
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  • Gazelli Art House
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  • gdm
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  • Gerhardsen Ge rner
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  • Franç\;ois Ghebaly Gallery
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  • Galerie Gmurzynsk a
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  • Marian Goodman Gallery
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  • Richard Gray Gallery
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  • Galerie Karsten Greve AG
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  • Grieder Contemporary
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  • Grotto Fine Art Limited
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  • Kavi Gupta Chicago/Berlin
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  • Hal es Gallery
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  • Hammer Galleries
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  • Hanart TZ Gallery
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  • Hauser &\; Wirth
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  • Rhona Hoffman Ga llery
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  • Hopkinson Mossman
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  • Michael Hoppen Gallery
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  • Ingleby Gallery
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  • Taka Ishii
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  • Jensen Gallery
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  • Anne ly Juda Fine Art
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  • Karma International\n
  • Paul Kasmin Gallery
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  • Sean Kelly Gallery
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  • Tina Ke ng Gallery
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  • Kerlin Gallery
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  • Galerie Peter Kilchmann
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  • Koru Contemporary Art
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  • Tomio Koyama Gallery
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  • L-Art Gallery
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  • Simon Lee Ga llery
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  • Leeahn Gallery
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  • Galerie Gebr. Lehmann
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  • Le hmann Maupin
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  • Galerie Lelong
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  • Lelong Editions
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  • M ichael Lett
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  • Lin &\; Lin Gallery
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  • Lisson Gallery
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  • Lombard Freid Gallery
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  • Long March Space
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  • Long March Space
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  • Magician Space
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  • Edouard Malingue Gal lery
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  • Jorge Mara - La Ruche
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  • Marlborough Fine Art
  • \n< li>Galerie Hans Mayer\n
  • Mazzoleni Galleria D'Arte
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  • Fergus McCaffrey
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  • Meessen De Clercq
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  • Galerie Urs Meile\, Beijing -Lucerne
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  • Galerie Urs Meile\, Beijing-Lucerne
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  • Mendes Woo d
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  • Meyer Riegger
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  • Galerie Mezzanin
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  • Galerie Mich ael Janssen
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  • Ming Art Gallery
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  • Francesca Minini
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  • Victoria Miro
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  • Mitchell-Innes &\; Nash
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  • Mizuma Art Ga llery
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  • Mizuma Art Gallery
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  • Stuart Shave / Modern Art
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  • Monitor
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  • mother&rsquo\;s tankstation
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  • Mujin-to Prod uction
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  • Galerie Mark Mü\;ller
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  • Jan Murphy
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  • Nadi Gallery
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  • Nanzuka
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  • neugerriemschneider
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  • Anna Ning Fine Art
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  • Galleria Franco Noero
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  • Nuoart
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  • Galerí\;a OMR
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  • One and J. Gallery
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  • Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
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  • Galerie Or a-Ora
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  • Osage Gallery
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  • Osage Gallery
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  • Ota Fine Ar ts
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  • Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery
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    • Paragon
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    • Galerie Paris-Beijing
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    • Park Ryu Sook Gallery
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    • Pé\;kin Fine Arts
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    • Peres Projects
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    • Galerie Perrotin
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    • Pi Artw orks
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    • PKM Gallery
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    • Galeria Plan B
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    • Platform Chin a
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    • Polí\;grafa Obra Grá\;fica\, S.L.
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    • Almine Rech Gallery
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    • Galeria Nara Roesler
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    • ROH Projects
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    • Rok eby
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    • Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac
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    • SCAI The Bathhouse
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    • Semarang Gallery
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    • Shanghai Gallery of Art
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    • Gallery Skape
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    • Soka Art
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    • Standing Pine
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    • S tar Gallery
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    • Galerie Daniel Templon
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    • Tokyo Gallery + BTAP
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    • White Space Beijing
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    • Gallery Yang
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    DTEND:20140518 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140514 GEO:22.283639;114.1732893 LOCATION:Art Basel Hong Kong\,Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre 1 Harbour Road\, Wanchai\,\n Hong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Art Basel Hong Kong 2014 UID:331808 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140514T170000 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140514T120000 GEO:22.283639;114.1732893 LOCATION:Art Basel Hong Kong\,Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre 1 Harbour Road\, Wanchai\,\n Hong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Art Basel Hong Kong 2014 UID:331809 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

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    ESLITE GALLERY

    \n
    \n

    Taipei(China)

    \n
    \n

    The Spectacle Group< /p>\n

    \n

    Hong Kong(China)

    \n
    \n

    Espace

    \n
    \n

    Shanghai(China)

    \n
    \n

    Parkview Green Art

    \n
    \n

    Beijing/shanghai(China)

    \n
    \n

    Line Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    O2art

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    Ning Space

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    Exhibition Asian International Art Center

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    JinART Space< /p>\n

    \n

    Tianjin(China)

    \n
    \n

    K.gallery

    \n
    \n

    Chengdu(China)

    \n
    \n

    Chin Der Jyu Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Taipei(China)

    \n
    \n

    Zezhong Gall ery

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    AirMedia Art Salon

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(Chin a)

    \n
    \n

    MODERNEAST GALLERY

    \n
    \n

    Dalian(China)

    \n
    \n

    Y u Heng Gallery

    \n
    \ n

    Shanghai(China)

    \n
    \n

    Phoenix Art Center

    \ n
    \n

    Beijing/Shanghai(China)

    \n
    \n

    Original Song Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Shanghai (China)

    \n
    \n

    Loftooo Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Shanghai(China)

    \n
    \n

    ShanghART Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Beijing/Shanghai(China)

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    Triumph Art Space

    \n
    \n

    Whitestone Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Tokyo(Japan)

    \n
    \n

    Platform China Contemporary Art Institute

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    TANG Contemporary Art

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    GALLERIA CONTI NUA

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)/ San Gimignano (Italy)/ Paris(France)

    \n
    \n

    PIFO Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    Star Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Beijin g(China)

    \n
    \n

    A12T Center for Contemporary Art

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(Chin a)

    \n
    \n

    XiaoMoTang Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    ZENDAI ART

    \n
    \n

    Shanghai(China)

    \n
    \n

    aye gallery

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(Chi na)

    \n
    \n

    Xin Dong Cheng Space For Contemporary Art

    \n
    \n

    Beijing( China)

    \n
    \n

    Asia Art Center

    \n
    \n

    Beijing / Taipei(China)

    \n\n
    \n

    Shu Garden

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    SHONE-SHOW GALLERY

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    GUAN XIANG art gallery

    \n
    \n

    Beijing/Tai pei(China)

    \n
    \n

    Amy Li Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    ELMS LESTERS PAINTING ROOMS

    \n
    \n

    London(U.K.)

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China) / Seoul(Korea)

    \n
    \n

    DSART

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(Chi na)

    \n
    \n

    Levant Art

    \n
    \n

    Shanghai(China)

    \n
    \n

    Willia m Art Salon

    \n
    \n

    Taipei(China)

    \n
    \n

    Oriental Mandarin Art Agency

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    ART SEASONS

    \n
    \n

    Jakarta(Indonesia)/ Be ijing(China)/ Singapore

    \n
    \n

    Linda Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Jakarta(Indonesi a)/ Beijing(China)/ Singapore

    \n
    \n

    Ping Art Space

    \n
    \n

    Bridge Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    Zh u Zhong Art Space

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    KIR ROYAL GALLERY

    \n
    \n

    Valencia (Spain)

    \n
    \n

    CAN ART CENTER

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n< /td>\n
    \n

    MEBO CULTURE (BEIJING) Co.\, LTD

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    HuaFu Art Space

    \n
    \n

    Shanghai(China)

    \n
    \n

    JULIET ART

    \n< /td>\n
    \n

    Be ijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    Galeria ARAGÓ\;N 232

    \n
    \n

    Barcelona(Spai n)

    \n
    \n

    99 Degrees Art Center

    \n
    \n

    Shanghai/Taipei(China)

    \n< /td>\n
    \n

    Permanence Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    Taipei(China)

    \n
    \n

    PKU StarIight Arts Center

    \n\n
    \n

    Bei jing(China)

    \n
    \n

    Naissance Art Institutions

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)< /p>\n

    \n< p align="center">FORCE Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    Chambers Fine Art

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China) / New York(U.S.A)

    \n
    \n

     \;Ante nna Space

    \n
    \n

    Shanghai(China)

    \n
    \n

    Timeless Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Beijing (China)

    \n
    \n

    Space Station

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    Wilber Gallery

    \n
    \ n

    Guangzhou(China)

    \n
    \n

    PVC Space

    \n
    \n

    Beijing( China)/ London(U.K.)

    \n
    \n

    Gallery Miroonamu

    \n
    \n

    Gyeongsangbuk-d o(Korea)

    \n
    \n

    Phoenix Oriental Art

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    H.T. Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    Huge Stone Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    Yard Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Shanghai(China)

    \n
    \n

    Lifestyle Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    L-ART GALLERY

    \n
    \n

    Chengdu(China)< /p>\n

    \n< p align="center">Gallery Beijing Space

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    9 Art Space

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    EGG Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(Chi na)

    \n
    \n

    Pé\;kin Fine Arts

    \n
    \n

    Beijing/Hong Kong(China)\n

    \n

    LDX Artodrome Gallery Europe

    \n
    \n

    Berlin(Germany)/ Malta / B eijing/ Hong Kong(China)

    \n
    \n

    Kera Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Paris(France)

    \n
    \n

    Jin Gallery \;

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    Flyin g Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    S.O Art Space

    \n
    \n

    Chengdu/Sha nghai(China)

    \n
    \n

    SHINA Art International

    \n
    \n

    Paris(France)

    \n
    \n

    Zizai Space Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Shijiazhuang(China)

    \n
    \n

    Siyun International Art Center

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    BOPO

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    Gu Feng Tang

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    Frogman Art

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    Jingyiyuan Russian O il Painting Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    Gallery SLAVART

    \n
    \n

    Odessa(Ukraine)

    \n
    \n

    DARA Art Centre

    \n
    \n

    Kiev(Ukraine)

    \n\n
    \n

    OVAS Art Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Shanghai(China)/ Singapore

    \n
    \n

    Shownode Art Center

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    Beijing Best Senson s Cultural Communication Co.\, Ltd

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    Jing xian Fine Arts

    \n
    \ n

    Tianjin(China)

    \n
    \n

    L&rsquo\;Art de Marcilla c

    \n
    \n

    Paris(France)

    \n
    \n

    KAKADU ARTSPACE

    \n
    \n

    Shanghai(China)

    \n
    \n

    Hong Art Space

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    New York (U.S.A.)

    \n
    \n

    Classic·\; Jen Gallery

    \n
    \n

    S hanghai(China)

    \n
    \n

    Galerie Simard Bilodeau

    \n
    \n

    California(U.S. A.) / Montreal(Canada)

    \n
    \n

    Cliff Fine Art

    \n
    \n

    Toronto(Canada)< /p>\n

    \n< p align="center">Cite Galleries

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    Mingdia n Art Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Taipei(China)

    \n
    \n

    F·\;Y Art Space

    \ n
    \n

    Ji&rsquo\;nan(China)

    \n
    \n

    Lin Long Fang

    \n
    \n

    Tianjin(China)

    \ n
    \n

    Zhu Bingren Museum of Art

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    \n

    BoZhong Art

    \n
    \n

    Shanghai(China)

    \n
    \n

    Mugu Gallery

    \n
    \n

    Classical Art Space

    \n
    \n

    Beijing(China)

    \n
    DTEND:20140503 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140430 GEO:39.921034;116.443188 LOCATION:ART BEIJING · CONTEMPORARY ART FAIR\,China National Agriculture Ex hibition Center 16 Dongsanhuan north Rd.\, Chaoyang District\n Beijing\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:ART BEIJING 2014 UID:331793 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140430T220000 DTSTAMP:20140416T221159 DTSTART:20140430T170000 GEO:39.921034;116.443188 LOCATION:ART BEIJING · CONTEMPORARY ART FAIR\,China National Agriculture Ex hibition Center 16 Dongsanhuan north Rd.\, Chaoyang District\n Beijing\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:ART BEIJING 2014 UID:331794 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR