BEIJING — In spite of constantly searching for unique materials, concepts and ways to create their works, artists have been known to be on the forefront of exploring some of the city’s untapped and cheap real estate to create their studios or even their homes...
Tom Chen, Clare Pennington
Beijing — In the historical Gulou (Drum Tower) area within the city’s second ring road, 24 art interventions made up the first ever Beijing “White Night” — or “Bai Ye.” The festival, which originated in Russia, was originally held to coincide...
Yang Xinguang, a young Chinese artist based in Beijing, set out to count the grains of sand in a pile as part of his piece titled "Counting Sand." He counted twice and arrived at two different numbers: 185,465 and 186,837. The artist says the process is like...
BEIJING — The capital has more music venues than ever before. ARTINFO takes you through five of the best. Yugong Yishan A favorite venue for local and international acts, Yugong Yishan has a capacity of several hundred and attracts up to 6,000...
Beijing’s Ullens Center for Contemporary Art has organized a major survey of 50 young Chinese artists and artist groups born after 1975. The exhibition, entitled “ON │ OFF: China’s Young Artists in Concept and Practice” runs from...
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