Tag: Beijing

State of the Arts: Five Exhibitions To See in Beijing This Winter

State of the Arts is our regular arts column whereby we take a look at the newest moves in Beijing's creative scene and highlight art news as well as exhibitions, artists, and openings that you should seek out. The weather outside is… sort of frightful… but also not entirely bad, which means venturing out and about isn't too terribly difficult. That being said, though, winter is still a ...

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Galleries Pop Up in Beijing, Ancient Ski Discovered—and More Art News – ARTnews.com

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines A THURSDAY ARTIST BLOTTER. Anicka Yi is in London, readying her show in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall. She keeps quiet about the exact details of her latest work in a Guardian interview, but says the museum “does lend itself to being infected with a biological agent—that was a very good point of entry for me.” Marina Abramovic is in Kyiv, ...

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UCCA Beijing to Present Crypto-Art Exhibition – ARTnews.com

As many begin to explore how NFTs might change business as usual in the art world, the UCCA Lab, a Beijing-based division of the UCCA Center for Contemporary Art focused on collaborations with brands, will present what it billed as “the world’s first major institutional crypto-art exhibition” this spring. Opening March 26, the exhibition titled “Virtual Niche — Have you ever seen memes in ...

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Gallery Weekend Beijing Plans 2021 Edition with New Format – ARTnews.com

Back in early February, when the pandemic looked like it might dissipate before too long, Gallery Weekend Beijing was among the first art events to announce a postponement, shifting its March date to mid-April. The annual affair—which includes shows, talks, and panels—opened instead in late May, once China got control of the virus. In a sign that some things just may be returning to ...

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