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Wei Guangqing - Selected Group Exhibitions
2008 “Hubei!”, Edward Pranger Oriental Art Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 2007 “Aired”, ShanghART Gallery, Shanghai, China “85 89-85 ART ... Shanghai “Global Conceptualism Points of Origin, 1950s-1980s”, Queens Museum of Art, New York, USA The 14th International Asian Art Exhibition, Asian Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan 1998 “Chines ...
Shang Yang (artist) - Invitational Exhibitions and Awards (Recent Years)
2011 “Across - Chinese Contemporary Art Exhibition II”, Museum of Monreale Palermo,Sicily, Italy 2010 “Across - Chinese Contemporary Art Exhibition I”, Spoletto Old City Art ... National Art Museum of China Reshaping History — China New Art from 2000 to 2009 ... China National Convention Center ...
National Art Museum Of Ukraine
30°31′52″E / 50.44944°N 30.53111°E / 50.44944 30.53111 The National Art Museum of Ukraine Established 1898 Location 6 Grushevskogo St ... Kiev, Ukraine Director Mariia Zadorozhna Website The National Art Museum of Ukraine (Ukrainian ...
Zhang Xiaogang - Exhibitions - Selected Group Exhibitions
1987 "Modern Art of China", National Art Museum of China, Beijing, China. 1988 "Art from Southeast of China", Chengdu, China. 1989 China Avant-Garde National Art Gallery, Beijing ...

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