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ChinaSquare

ChinaSquare, a new gallery bringing Chinese contemporary artists and art to the West


Founded in 2006, ChinaSquare is located in the heart of Chelsea, Manhattan. ChinaSquare’s 4,500 square foot space, part of the recently constructed Chelsea Arts Tower at 545 West 25th Street is the vision of Xu Tiantian, the architect for Song-Zhuang Museum, Beijing. ChinaSquare exhibits Chinese contemporary artwork including photography, painting, sculpture, video art, and installations. During its inaugural period of exhibitions, ChinaSquare will showcase artists, which include Liu Wei, Li Tianyuan, Cui Xiuwen, Ma Liuming and Chen Wenbo.

In recent years, the Chinese contemporary art market has experienced unprecedented prosperity and some artists have gained tremendous recognition in the international art world. Yet, many young and talented Chinese artists are still confined to domestic markets in China and remain virtually unknown to Western audiences. ChinaSquare was born from the need of established Chinese contemporary artists abroad to obtain credible representation in New York City. Through exhibitions... [ Read all ]

New York

United States
Address:
545 W 25, 8th fl, Chelsea Arts Tower, New York, NY 10001
10001
Phone: 212.255.8886
Fax: 212.925.6822
Website: www.ChinaSquareNY.com


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Artists Represented

Ai Weiwei 艾未未
Bai Yiluo 白宜洛
Cang Xin 蒼鑫
Chen Chieh-Jen 陳界仁
Chen Jiagang 陈家刚
Chen Lingyang 陳羚羊
Chen Nong 陳農
Chen Qingqing 陳慶慶
Chi Peng 遲鵬
Cui Xiuwen 崔岫聞
Dong Wensheng 董文勝
Gao Brothers 高氏兄弟
Han Bing 韓冰
Han Lei 韓磊
Hong Lei 洪磊
Huang Yan 黃岩
Li Wei 李暐
Lian Dongya 練東亞
Liu Jin 劉瑾
Lu Feifei 魯飛飛
Luo Yongjin 羅永進
Ma Liang / Maleonn 馬良
Ma Liuming 馬六明
Ma Yongfeng 馬永峰 Miao Xiaochun 繆曉春
Mu Chen & Shao Yinong 慕辰﹠邵逸農
Qin Ga 琴嘎
Qiu Zhijie 邱志杰
Sheng Qi 盛奇
Shi Guorui 史國瑞
Song Yongping 宋永平
Su Zhigang 宿志剛
Ta Men 他們
Wang Guofeng 王國鋒
Wang Jinsong 王勁松
Wang Ningde 王寧德
Wang Qingsong 王慶松
Wang Wangwang 旺忘望
Wang Yiqiong 王軼瓊
Wu Daxin 吳達新
Weng Fen 翁奮
Xiao Lu 肖魯
Xie Wenyue 謝文躍
Xiong Wenyun 熊文韻
Yang Yong 楊勇
Zeng Han 曾翰
Zhang Wei 張衛
Zheng Guogu 鄭國谷
Zheng Lianjie 鄭連杰
Zhu Yan 朱岩

Chen Jiagang 陈家刚
Li Tianyuan 李天元
Qu Guangci 瞿廣慈
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Current Exhibitions

Xiang Jing and Guangci


Forthcoming Exhibitions

“Dragon’s Evolution: Chinese Contemporary Photograph,” Curator: Zhu Qi. May 3 - 31, 2007

“Li Tianyuan”, paintings. Curator: Feng Boyi
June 2007

"Chen Jiagang", photography.
Curator: Eric C. Shiner
July 12 - Aug 4, 2007

"She & I: Sculpture of Xiang Jing and Qu Guangci"
Sept 6 - Oct 6, 2007

Please visit our website for opening dates and exhibition details


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SHE & I
Sculpture of Xiang Jing & Guangci, Curated by Gao Shiming & Lilly Wei
September 7 - October 6, 2007 Reception: Friday, September 7, 2007, 6:30 - 8:30 pm

ChinaSquare proudly presents, She & I: Sculpture of Xiang Jing and Guangci, curated by Gao Shiming and Lilly Wei. On view from Sept. 7 through Oct. 6, the life-sized pieces explore and narrate Chinese cultural discourse. Both Xiang Jing's and Guangci's work, made of industrial strength synthetic materials, investigate the social and political changes surrounding China.

Xiang Jing's sculptures, satirical but not cynical, raise questions surrounding the plight of post-feminist women. Shedding light on everyday personal exploration, whether showing humility and emptiness or reflection and vulnerability, Xiang Jing exemplifies inner psychological workings and emotions, turning the personal into the political. Scenes from daily life become full of turmoil and self-doubt, portraying the instability of adolescence and aging, all the while showing the beauty of life itself.

Guangci's sculpture, more objective and explicitly political, directly confronts the ideology a... [ Read all ]


Location And Getting There

545 W. 25th Street
Chelsea Arts Tower 8th fl.
Between 10th and 11th Avenue
E/C Subway at 23rd Street


Contact-Directors/Staff

KoKo-Shen Li / Director
info@ChinaSquareNY.com


Opening Times

Tues-Sat: 10am – 6pm; Monday by appointment only