Thursday, January 17, 2008

Students show is up at China Academy of Arts, New Media Art Department

In the 1980s, the Zhejiang Academy of Fine Arts boasted the most extensive reference room on international contemporary art in all of China. Its elite student body and literati tradition congealed to make it the birthplace of a number of the avant-garde collectives and movements that we now refer to collectively as the '85 New Wave. Now renamed the China Academy of Art, this Hangzhou school—alma mater to many of China's notable artists and a creative reservoir for the nearby Shanghai art scene—recently presented Shall See, an exhibition of works by senior students from its New Media Art Department. Curated in four different parts by guest faculty members and artists Yang Zhenzhong and Chen Shaoxiong, the showcase was on view January 16-18 at various locations in Hangzhou.

Not unlike the satellite fairs one sees in Miami hotels during Art Basel Miami Beach, the exhibition here to see more.

Best teacher award (from the students) still goes to Zhang Peili- as always.

《Shall See》exhibition of contamporary art

Host: China Academy of Arts, New Media Art Department

Acknowledgements: HongMenJu#1, AiJia hotel chain

Instructor: Chen Shaoxiong, Yang Zhenzhong


Time: January 16, 2008, Jan. on the 18th

Opening: at 3:30 p.m. on January 16, 2008

Location: Hangzhou HongMenJu #1 basement

(West Lake Street & DingAn Road)


Time: January 16, 2008 14:00 - 17:00

Location: Hangzhou City on wavering

(Nanshan Road, Wushan Square, Hubin, etc.)

Search Room

Time: Jan 16th 2008-Jan 18th

Opening: 17:00. on January 16, 2008

Location: West Lake Street in Hangzhou No. 148

AiJia International Youth Hostels

sI Experimental Theater

Show time: at 7:00 p.m. on January 16, 2008

Location: Hangzhou Nanshan Road 208

(Academy of Arts backdoor) seafood oysters Restrause

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