Featured is the program Shanghai’s Jews: Art, Architecture and Survival which took place March 4, 2010. In it, Nancy Berliner explores the transformation of Shanghai into a multi-cultural, international city, from the middle of the nineteenth century to the middle of the twentieth. Three waves of Jewish immigrants from the Middle East, Russia and Germany discovered in this port city both a hospitable refuge from persecution, and an opportunity to create a new community.
Nancy Berliner is curator of Chinese Art at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts, and has curated exhibits of Chinese arts at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Yale University Art Gallery, among others. She has lectured at Harvard University, Dartmouth College, the Asia Society of Houston, and the China Institute. She has written for the New York Times, Asian Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, Asian Art, and American Craft magazines, and is the author of “Yin Yu Tang: The Architecture and Daily Life of a Chinese House”, “Beyond the Screen: Chinese Furniture of the 16th and 17th Century”, and “Chinese Folk Art”.
Co-sponsored by the Asian Art Museum, which is presenting the exhibition Shanghai, through September 15. Also presented in collaboration with the Holocaust Center of Northern California and the American Jewish Committees San Francisco office.
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China Most Web Popularity Artist 2010 – Hai Sheng Wang
Leading International Art Competition Winner, Art Horizon, 1988, New York City
Former Canadian Artist Representation (CARFAC) Provincial Delegate of Alberta
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Linda Gallery, established in 1990, specialises in contemporary Chinese Art and Indonesian paintings. Being an active player in the industry for more than a decade, the gallery has held numerous exhibitions, featuring works by famous Chinese Contemporary artists, Indonesian maestros, Indo–European artists, as well as other South East Asian artists.
The gallery is dedicated to the promotion of contemporary visual art. With a network of 3 galleries and 1 museum in key cities of Asia, we aim to bring arts beyond the boundaries of nation and culture and expose our clients to different varieties of works. We are actively positioning the gallery as one of the leading galleries in the region.
*We will be having an exhibition on the 7th of July 2007 on Yan Bo’s works.
Please visit us at www.lindagallery.com
Thank you very much
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15 July – 30 September 2011. Original music by Zhaohong Liang from the School of Chinese Music and Arts. Used by permission.
Sydney’s amazing White Rabbit Contemporary Chinese Art Collection is dedicated to works of art created after 2000, and is one of the most significant collections of contemporary Chinese art in the world.
In 2011, the Year of the Rabbit, the Samstag Museum is delighted to present a major exhibition of selected works from the White Rabbit Collection, for the Adelaide Festival Centre’s 2011 OzAsia Festival.
The White Rabbit exhibition provides an exciting window to the diversity and power of contemporary art practice in China, showcasing works in very different media — painting, sculpture, animation, new media and installation — by artists Yan Baishen, Sun Furong, Bu Hua, Shi Jindian, Wu Junyong, Huang Keyi /Chen Zhuo, Shen Liang, Zhou Xiaohu, Cang Xin, Bai Yiluo, Dong Yuan and Wang Zhiyuan.
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This is a rough cut of past performance of artist Li Wei. You can check out his website for more works and bio. I have been working for him for several years, always amused by his ideas. Very inspirational!
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