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Platform China is attending PHOTO TAIPEI Art Fair. We sincerely invite you to participate.

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Platform China is attending PHOTO TAIPEI Art Fair

Date: 12/18-12/20

Venue: The Westin Taipei

Participating Artists: Chen Wei, Chen Zhou, Jin Shan, Sun Xun, Xiao Bo

We sincerely invite you to participate.

Platform China is a Beijing-based… Continue

Posted on December 11, 2009 at 8:00

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At 6:29 on September 9, 2010, N.S.VALLUVAN said…
At 0:18 on November 24, 2009, milovan ahinsa sutrisno said…
At 12:01 on March 11, 2009, ArtCalendr.com said…

ARTCALENDR has launched!

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At 6:04 on January 10, 2009, Platform China Contemporary Art Institute said…
As part of ‘Solo Projects’, Platform China Contemporary Art Institute is pleased to present Shi Jinsong’s solo exhibition The Brick Smashed Wang Jianguo’s Head on ARCO Madrid International Contemporary Art Fair after his last show Fire His Breath, Jade His Bones.

Smash: as a verb-complement phrase with imagining elements of status, in Chinese it’s made of verb and complement.
Brick: one of the fundamental constructional materials, it can be seen everywhere nowadays in China. As it appears everywhere, it is the common weapon of the street fighting. Besides, it has becomes one of the popular internet language. So "smacking bricks" means to oppose and suppress different views.
Wang Jianguo: It used to be the most common name during some period in China, implying some universal ethical principle orientation. Here it is the name of a cat.
At 6:47 on November 27, 2008, Pixohammer said…
I miss ink brush paintings. I can understand the need of contemporary Chinese artists to explore western way of making art. I hope after the learning of western art is done, future Chinese artists will rediscover the amazing potential of simple brush and ink, and make it great again.
At 9:32 on August 26, 2008, Mik Godley said…
Greetings from Virtual Silesia - Division UK (aka Mik!)
You are creating a terrific project, I like your aims and you have some good work - please keep me informed.
At 8:57 on August 26, 2008, john kiloh said…
you have some really top quality work on here, thanks for an enjoyable half hour.
At 6:20 on August 26, 2008, Beppe said…
I would be interested to expose my works in China I desire explanations on the real possibilities. visit:
www.beppedevoti.com. and http://www.artreview.com/photo/album/listForOwner
http://www.artreview.com/group/puraismo .

Find more artworks like this on artreview.com
Thanks Beppe
At 2:16 on August 22, 2008, Platform China Contemporary Art Institute said…
Hello everyboby,PlatformChina is an institute in China-Beijng.
If you have chance to come here,welcome to tour our gallery.
We'll send more good works in artreviews.
At 0:29 on August 22, 2008, simon scheuerle said…
Great exhibiton shots. Very cool.


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