• Theme & Framework

    • <!--:en-->Theme: Reactivation <!--:--><!--:zh-->学术主题:重新发电<!--:-->

      Theme: Reactivation  Energy collection in the pre-industrial period was restrained by geographical locations, climate and limited amount of certain resources. Many centuries before there was a shortage of natural resources, we see the development of an introspective way

    • <!--:en-->Thematic Exhibition<!--:--><!--:zh-->主题展<!--:-->

      Thematic Exhibition Composed of four parts, namely “Resources”, “Revisit”, “Reform” and “Republic”, which would focus on artists that can motivate the public, revisit or rewrite history, convert and transform energy and organize dialogues and communications respectively

    • <!--:en-->Intercity Pavilions Project<!--:--><!--:zh-->城市馆<!--:-->

      Intercity Pavilions Project It is the first time for the Shanghai Biennale to include city pavilions and will help the organizers of the Biennale to determine whether this will become a permanent part of future biennales. The addition of city pavilions to Shanghai Biennale w

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  • Artists

    • <!--:en-->YAO JUI-CHUNG+LSD (TAIWAN)<!--:--><!--:zh-->姚瑞中+LSD(台湾)<!--:-->

      YAO JUI-CHUNG+LSD (TAIWAN) Born in 1969 in Taipei. He graduated from The National Institute of The Arts (Taipei National University of the Arts) with a degree in Art Theory. In 1997, he represented Taiwan in “Facing Faces-Taiwan” at the Venice Biennale and took part in the Int

    • <!--:en-->WANG YUYANG(CHINA)<!--:--><!--:zh-->王郁洋(中国)<!--:-->

      WANG YUYANG(CHINA) Born in Ha’erbin in 1979, Wang Yuyang now lives in Beijing, and teaches in the department of experimental art, Central Academy of Fine Arts. Wang Yuyang is skilled in applying new media to create works, however, he was different from most new media a

    • YEH WEILI(TAIWAN) From 2008, Weili Yeh renovated an abandoned theatre built in 1951 into his own studio, strategically combining contemporary art with this small town. He also called on fellow artists and neighbors to transform this old theatre into a platform of exh

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  • Events

    • 2012/09/10
      • 15:00 - 17:00Deke Erh's Archive: Oral and Visual Documentary
    • 2012/09/25
      • 14:30 - 17:00Press conference on the operation of the China Art Museum, Shanghai, and the Power Station of Art
    • 2012/09/28
      • 14:00 - 17:00Press Preview
    • 2012/09/29
      • 20:00 - 21:00The Inauguration of China Art Museum, Shanghai and the Power Station of Art, Shanghai

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  • Curators

    • <!--:en-->QIU ZHIJIE <!--:--><!--:zh-->邱志杰<!--:-->

      QIU ZHIJIE  Qiu Zhijie is a professor at the School of Inter-media Art of China Art Academy, the Director of Total Art Studio and member of the supervisor team in the Art and Social Thoughts Institute. As an active artist, Qiu’s artworks take a variety of forms such as calligraphy, painting, photography, video, installation and theater and have been shown a large number of art museums across the world. His works are collected by individual and institutional collectors home and abroad. His solo exhibitions are held in art museums such as Haus of World Culture in Berlin 2009, Ullens Contemporary Art Center in Beijing in 2009 and Zendai Museum of Modern Art in Shanghai in 2008. He participated in exhibitions such as the 53rd Venice Biennale, 25th Sao Paulo Biennale and “New Art in China, Post-1989”

    • <!--:en-->BORIS GROYS<!--:--><!--:zh-->鲍里斯·格罗伊斯<!--:-->

      BORIS GROYS Born on 19 March 1947 in Berlin, Germany, Boris Groys is an art critic, media theorist and philosopher. He is currently a Global Distinguished Professor of Russian and Slavic Studies at New York University and Senior Research Fellow at the Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design in Karlsruhe, Germany. He has been a professor of Aesthetics, Art History, and Media Theory at the Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design/Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe and an internationally acclaimed Professor at a number of universities in the United States and Europe, including the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Southern California and the Courtauld Institute of Art London.

    • <!--:en-->JENS HOFFMANN<!--:--><!--:zh-->晏思·霍夫曼<!--:-->

      JENS HOFFMANN Born in 1974 in San José, Costa Rica, Jens Hoffmann is a writer and exhibition organizer. He has organized exhibitions since 1997 and is currently the Director of the Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco. From 2003 to 2007, Hoffmann was the Director of Exhibitions at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. He has curated over 30 exhibitions internationally since the late 1990s. He was a co-curator of the 2nd San Juan Triennial, Puerto Rico, 2009, and co-curator, with Adriano Pedrosa, of the 12th International Istanbul Biennial in 2011.

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