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In Between Days II: Collection from the Gallery

Presented by Art + Shanghai Gallery

IN BETWEN-Invite

In Between Days is a showcase of a new and previously viewed works from the gallery’s collection and collaborating artists. Art mediums include photography from Liu Ren, Wang Lang and Tong Ng, sculpture from Huang Yulong and ink and oil paintings.

Preview: July 5th 2012 at 7pm to 9pm
Exhibition Duration: July 6th 2012 to August 26th 2012
Participating Artists: A selection of gallery artists

Art + Shanghai Gallery
Embankment Building, Ground Floor,
370 Suzhou Bei Lu (near Jianxi Bei Lu)
+86 2162484388
Tuesday to Sunday 10pm to 6pm (Closed Monday)
[email protected]
www.artplusshanghai.com

One of a Kind

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Strychnin Gallery proudly presents Miss Van, Mimi S., Marco Mazzoni, Yosuke Ueno and Hisiao Ron Cheng joining forces for their highly anticipated group show titled One of a Kind.
The exhibition, which will open on April 13th, thematizes the strong feminine power combined with a hint of elegance and colorful uniqueness that is reflected in every superheroine on this planet. Embodying surrealist aesthetics and integrating subtle symbolism, these artworks beautifully display and simultaneously toy with characteristics such as innocence and vulnerability as well as strength and determination.
The combined body of works of this group of artists, who have been featured on many book and magazine covers, have exhibited in galleries and museums all over the world and can surely be considered as some of the most inspiring and influential contemporary artists in their fields, will be on display at Strychnin Gallery Berlin until May 6th.

STRYCHNIN Gallery
Boxhagenerstr. 36
10245 Berlin
Tel.: +49 30 9700 2035
http://www.strychnin.com

Iranian Perspectives

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Eight Iranian photographers exhibit their unique, individual perspectives on life in Iran today, to offer a vivid social commentary on the traditions, religion, politics and culture of one of the oldest civilisations in the world and the people within it.

Exhibition highlights include: a photograph from Bahman Jalali’s Image of Imagination Series in which 19th century photo negatives have been layered and developed simultaneously to create a collage-like visual impression; Omid Salehi’s beautifully photographed Iranian wall murals; Jalal’s Sepehr’s Persian rugs situated in unlikely places and Tara Inanloo’s controversial self-portraits that were deemed ‘illegal’ in Iran and forced her to seek asylum in the UK.

This exhibition has been curated by Susan Young, Founder & Director of the Richard Young Gallery, and partner to renowned celebrity photographer, Richard Young. Susan is of Persian lineage and has acquired a specialist knowledge of Islamic art over the past 30 years.

 

Since 30th March to 2nd June

Richard Young Gallery
4 Holland Street London w48 4Lt
www.RichardYoungGallery.co.uk

Herzensbrecher

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Strychnin Gallery and The New English, in cooperation with Gallery Geuer&Breckner, UF6 Projects and Italian curator Giovanni Cervi, proudly present Herzensbrecher, a charity group show in favor of “Ein Herz für Kinder“.

For this exhibition over 50 internationally renowned artists have put their visions, styles and ideas onto hearts manufactured by the British porcelain innovators of The New English.

These one of a kind artworks will be displayed in a traveling exhibition, which will kick off at Strychnin Gallery Berlin on March 16th and can be seen there until April 8th.

A partial amount of all sales will be given as a donation to BILD hilft e.V. “Ein Herz für Kinder”.

 

Artists involved: Artists Anonymous, David Hochbaum, Wolfgang Petrick, Paul Bishop, JB, Mimi S., Seymour, Sophie
Bastien, Daniel Van Nes, Raf Veulemans, Bethany Marchman, Elemer Presslee, Lisa Mei Lin Fong, Skeleton Heart, Miraschi. Francois EscalmeL Saturno Butto’, Marcus Poston, Christian Rothenhagen, Cliff Wallace, Virginie Ropars, Greg Haberny, Loius Fleischauer (AMF Korsetsj. Lily mae Martin, Jaime Zollars, JoKa, Krista Huot, Rudy Fig/Sierra Riggs, Corinne Reid, Mark Garro, Miss Mindy, Daniel Martin
Diaz, Faith 47 + Dal, Ruben Ireland, Elena Rapa, Dast, Miso, Fernanda Veron, Tamara Ferioli. Tessa Farmer, Otto Bjornik, Scott Hove, Oleg Dou, Nanami Cowdroy, Elio Varuna, Gabriella Barouch, John Casey, Lola, Yoskay Yamamoto, DNA Factory, Barnaby Barford, Sebastian Moegelin, Yvonne van Acht, Ren Rong, Henning von Gierke, Odo and many more

Common Wealth: Ye Hongxing

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Art+ Shanghai Gallery proudly announces the solo exhibition of Ye Hongxing, Common Wealth, showcasing the new series in addition to earlier repertoire of paintings and sculptures.

Ye Hongxing works reflect on the contradictions within society by representing a more personal struggle of the penetration of desire pitted against a longing for spiritual reclusion. In her earlier works she borrowed the visual mode of commercial billboards and light-boxes, which could easily communicate a message of modern-day consumption through advertising. By combing popular ads and icons with cultural motifs and symbols, her work could access the senses of her audience, who recognized a juxtaposition of contemporary society against more traditional culture values.

In her more recent works, Ye Hongxing uses the language of decorative symbolism, from both traditional and popular culture, to illustrate an increase of materialism in developing societies. Her latest paintings are concerned with contradicting definitions of wealth and progress. Not only the commoditization of culture, but the development of class divisions and national elitism within contemporary society. The simple and direct use of Chinese currency against a backdrop of her own black and white portrait contemplates on the desire for and contradiction of, common wealth.

Exhibition Duration: March 9th 2012 to April 29th 2012

Art + Shanghai Gallery

Common Wealth: Ye Hongxing Solo Exhibition

22 Fumin Lu, House 2, (Near Yan’an)
+86 2162484388
Tuesday to Sunday 10pm to 6pm (Closed Monday)

[email protected]

www.artplusshanghai.com

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