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Lu Yang

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Uterusman: A Superhero in the Age of Artificial Reproduction   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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David Blandy, Hsu Cheyu, Yang Chihhao, Chen Hongzhu, Bae Jongheon, Rick Juang, Alan Kwan, Danny Lee, Joe Lee, Nathaniel Lord, Victoria Lu, PaoPao, Xu Qin, Li Qingyue, Tsai Shiucheng, Dongxu Sun, Han Sungpil, LaLa Wang, Wang Xin, Sun Xun, Han Yajuan, Lu Yang, Chen Youcheng at MOCA Shanghai (Museums of Contemporary Art Shanghai) April 11th, 2014 - June 15th, 2014
Posted 5/30/14
Shanghai artist Lu Yang’s world is one of death, disease and genetic manipulation, where the politics between the natural and artificial, human and machine play out in the most disturbing ways. As the prodigy of the video artist Zhang Peili, often referred to as the father of Chinese video art, Lu has established herself as one of the youngest and most successful media artists in China today, with a practice that spans five continents. Her work draws influence from culture, manga, sci-fi,... [more]
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Dancing Frog Legs   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Yan Xing, Ren Hang, Yan Heng, Zang Kunkun, Cheng Ran, Lu Yang, Yuan Yuan, Li Wei 黎薇 at Iberia Center for Contemporary Art March 3rd, 2012 - March 25th, 2012
Posted 3/19/12
In the first of what the organisers promise will be a long-term project with regular presentations (although “…to be held once or twice a year in different ways…” is perhaps a little vague), Iberia Center for Contemporary Art in 798 has brought together a patchy, but (perhaps for that reason) representative selection of young Chinese artists to show the state of art production in China at this time. This show is ostensibly based on the truism that the works and the artists’ sensibilities are... [more]
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Dancing Amphibians and Other Experiments   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Lu Yang at ART LABOR October 23rd, 2010 - November 17th, 2010
Posted 11/8/10
      Lu Yang is that rare figure able to cross seamlessly between the various genres and categories of contemporary culture that, far more so than elsewhere, have come to separate the various modes of production in Chinese creative life. A graduate of the new media program at the China Academy of Art in Hangzhou, she is supported by major figures in electronic art, experimental music, and digital culture, from Zhang Peili to Yao Dajuin, and she brings a healthy interest in the principles of... [more]
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Triple Tiger   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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No. 223, Quan Bao, Su Chang, Zhang Xiao Chuan, Coca, Wu Wei Da, Li Ding, Wu Ding, Liao Fei, Jia You Guang, Ren Hang, Zhang Le Hua, Zhen Huan, Chen Wen Jie, Zhang Jing, Liu Jie Jun, Ge Lei, Lu Yong Lei, Xie Dong Lei, Xie Chen Lin, Madi, Zheng Wei Min, Huang Hui Ming, Li Ming, Xiong Xiao Mo, Liu Nai, Lu Yan Peng, Cong Ling Qi, Hu Xiang Qian, Li Qing, Chen Wei Qun, Fan Shi San, Jiang Sheng, Guan Shi, Lin Shu, Xu Shun, Cao You Tao, Yang Xian Tao, Cao Wei, Chen Wei, Lu Jia Wei, Yang Da Wei, Zhang Wei, Han Wen, Xi Xiao Wen, Wei Hong Lei & Guan Xiao, Shi Xin, Tang Di Xin, Song Xing, Li Yi Xiong, Yang Xue, Gao Ming Yan, Lu Yan, Lu Yang, Lu Tian Yang, Luo Yang, Zhang Yun Yao, Jiang Tian Yi, Qing Tou Yi, Song Jia Yin, Liu Yu, Gao Yuan, Lu Ping Yuan, Jiu Yue, Chen Yun, Hu Yun, Li Da Zhi, Zu Zhou, Yu Tian Zhu at Caochangdi No. 53 April 17th, 2010 - June 30th, 2010
Posted 5/3/10
        “Tora! Tora! Tora!” is an energetic and sprawling exhibition of over seventy young photographers held throughout about a half-dozen abandoned or unfinished exhibition spaces in Caochangdi. The show is a definite highlight of the Caochangdi PhotoSpring Festival, a new annual photo festival with exhibitions in over thirty nearby galleries. Although the artists in the show are diverse-- coming from all over China, most are born post-Eighties, and at the start of their careers. The... [more]
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