A solo exhibition at La Galleria Pal Mall, 30 Royal Opera Arcade, London SW1Y 4UY. After the succes of
his solo show just two month ago, Opus Art proudly introduces acclaimed contemporary Chinese artist
Sheng Qi again in London from August 2nd to 18th. “OUTFLOW”.
The 'No Rhyme or Reason' exhibition is now open to the public (appointment necessary) at Searcys at
the Gherkin - Sky Restaurant, 39th Floor private members bar in The Gherkin - featuring the exquisite
art of Claudia Meyer, Sheng Qi, Martin Foot, Eddie Hara, Wu Mingzhong and Mitchell Schorr.
To recover from my madness, I went to the countryside. I learnt Tai Chi for a couple of
months. It's very peaceful. No-one can influence you and you can't hear any voice, only the
voice from inside, and it helps you to start again
A solo exhibition at GX Gallery in London. Opus Art proudly introduces acclaimed contemporary
Chinese artist Sheng Qi from May 30th to June 23rd. “Sheng Qi, Riding alone”.
"A Window Suddenly Opens: Contemporary Photography in China"
chronicles how, over three decades, emerging Chinese artists working in
photography, recorded performance art, and video art shifted their focus toward
individual self-expression. This is also the Hirshhorn’s first survey of photography by
leading multigenerational Chinese artists made between the 1990s and 2000s,
featuring a staggering 186 artworks by 25 artists.
From nineteenth-century daguerreotypes to twenty-first-century selfies, portraiture
has dominated the medium of photography. Drawn from ICP’s collection, this
exhibition surveys the nuanced ways people present themselves for the camera,
how and by whom they are represented, and who is deemed worthy of
commemoration. Collective exhibition.
Constellations: Photographs in Dialogue explores how additions to the collection
expand, deepen, and complicate the stories a museum can tell. From Edward
Weston to Zanele Muholi, the exhibition weaves together historical and
contemporary voices, bringing fresh narratives to light.