On the front line in bringing to you the best in Chinese contemporary and avant-garde art.
With an exclusive focus on mainland Chinese artists producing the highest quality of contemporary & avant-garde art, Front Line Contemporary connects the discerning collector in Shanghai and abroad with China's top artists.
Our consortium of artists range from recent graduates to internationally established artists who work in a variety of mediums including oil and acrylic painting, printmaking, conceptual photography, bronze and other small to medium sized sculpture.
Located in the heart of the French Concession in Shanghai. Founded and operated by long-term residents in China, Front Line Contemporary hosts several exhibitions each year for every level of client: those who wish to begin exploring Chinese art, those with a deeper appreciation as well as the serious collector.
Much more than a gallery, Front Line Contemporary is your entree into the burgeoning art community in China. With a finger on the pulse of arguably one of the hottest art market in the world, our client services include personalized in-home consultancy tailored to the individual collector, private art lectures and talks for your group or corporation, art studio visits and informative art walks of the Moganshan Lu artist district in Shanghai.
Founder Patricia Lambert, a former cultural attaché for the Belgian diplomatic service and later a banker in China for many years, has over 20 years of continuous relationships and insights into the evolving art scene in China. Front Line Contemporary is well on its way to becoming the first source for those wanting to discover, explore, and understand the contemporary Chinese art scene, both domestically and internationally.
We are committed to welcoming you to the dynamic world of modern Chinese art, and to our talented circle of Chinese artists. Whether your interest in art is driven by a personal passion, by investment objectives, or both, Front Line Contemporary is your connection to the elite names and the best kept secrets in Beijing and Shanghai's rapidly evolving art scene.