“No matter how dangerous, There is always a group of people, Without remuneration, Not counting life and death, Standing upright. The first line fighters of […]
SHANGHAI | until Apr 26, 2020 Long Museum Grandma’s Lullaby
Ice Cutters In preparation for the Harbin ice and snow festival, workers use a machine to cut large blocks of ice.
Ice City Welcome to Harbin, a city in North East China, which every year hosts a two month long ice and snow festival.
SHANGHAI | until Jan 12, 2020 Long Museum Firefly and Light- Tsun-shing Cheng Photographic Exhibition Part Two of A Personal Passage
SHANGHAI | Oct 27 – Nov 11, 2019 Long Museum | The Affective-Imagoism Art: Sang Huoyao’s Solo Exhibition
SHANGHAI | Oct 27 – Nov 11, 2019 Long Museum The Affective-Imagoism Art Sang Huoyao’s Solo Exhibition
In north Jing’an, there is a family friendly park filled with sculptures year round. The Jing’an Sculpture Park, located next to the Shanghai Natural History […]
SHANGHAI | until Sept 08, 2019 Long Museum Thinking of the Seven Decades History at My Space
Floral Explosions The introductory piece of artist Cai Guo-Qiang’s The Ninth Wave performance, Elegy, chapter one of Elegy: Explosion Event showcases a series of colorful explosions that paint […]
Blending high technology and ancient Chinese history, Beijing’s Palace Museum brought the 12th-century painting Along the River During the Qingming Festival to life in a […]