Belgian art collection Guy Ullens opened a museum for contemporary Chinese art in Beijing in 2007, but has had tough times since then and is now divesting from the project and looking for partners to take over management. From...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 28, 2008
New York’s Pace Wildenstein gallery is the first Manhattan gallery to open a branch in Beijing’s 798 arts district, according to the New York Times: The $20 million project is scheduled to open on Aug. 8, in time for...
by Sophia Cao | Feb 17, 2008
A Discovery Channel documentary, now available on YouTube, presents an informative picture of the artistic rebirth of Dashanzi Art District, also known as Factory 798, in northeastern Beijing. : Often compared with New...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 26, 2007
A Belgian businessman, philanthropist and art collector has built a new gallery in the Dashanzi art district in Beijing to house contemporary art: Baron Ullens, who had business interests in China for many years, has collected...
by Wu Nan | Mar 2, 2007
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by cdtstaff | Apr 24, 2006
From Guardian Unlimited (link): China’s censors may not fully understand contemporary art, but they know what they don’t like. Since the start of this month, police and propaganda officials have launched their...
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