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Thursday 2 May 2013

a relict of old times

Our beloved-behated elevator including the elevator woman (dian ti ayi) will shortly be gone.

A relict of old times will vanish.

A new lift is on the way. And the crazy chatty dian ti ayi's voice won't be heard in the gallery anymore.

Tuesday 4 September 2012

M 50 joint opening tomorrow

Tomorrow, Shanghai art week kicks of with its legendary M50 compound joint opening uniting visiting crowds and galleries.

My partner gallery EASTLINK has a show on view, see details below. Me - for myself leave behind the white cube walls and move to the french concession to another legendary space - YY's - for 4 days during fair time - SH contemporary is opening doors tomorrow with preview, vernissage and a fancy party on Bund 3.

So if you are not dizzy after to much of much come and see the late night show at YY's.















Dear Friends of Eastlink Gallery,

We cordially invite you to the opening of Shadow Painting-Works on paper by YU Aijun. 

Shadow Paining-Works on paper by Yu Aijun


Opening: Wednesday 5 September, 17:00-19:00, 2012


Duration: September 5-16, 2012

Eastlink Gallery is pleased to present Shadow Painting-Works on paper by Yu Aijun. One distinct character of Yu’s works is that they create a sense of distance, shadowed yet very powerful. The artist treats small details in a way as if they embody great significance. Yu’s works on paper breathe the air of confidence and calmness, which can be easily received by the audience. By adapting the uncertainty the rubbing technique creates, Yu explores the treasure mine of paper paintings, extracts and formulates an expressive method of his own character.


This exhibition will showcase Yu Aijun’s most recent works on paper, show lasts until September 16.


Yu Aijun, born 1971, in Liaoning province, China, now works and lives in Shenyang.

Tuesday 7 February 2012

Register NOW! 现在报名!

Kate, our lovely team member of neighbor Eastlink is organizing a new lecture series of art educator Sheila Greenspan. The first session ins next Tuesday, 11 am - 3 pm.  我们邻接的东廊画廊的可爱成员Kate正在组织一个艺术教育家Sheila Greenspan的新的系列讲座。第一期在下周二的11点到下午3点。



Place: Eastlink Gallery F5, Bldg 6, 50 Moganshan Lu (for the first session)
Time: Tuesdays 11:00 to 3pm February 14 to March 13
Cost: 750 RMB (total for 5 sessions, or RMB200 for individual session)
Limit: 20 people



时间:2月14日至3月13日 周二 11点-下午3点


This course is NOT a lecture course or a guided museum tour--rather it is a facilitated visit to galleries and contemporary museums which allows participants to develop their own skills in looking at art.
Sheila has developed a unique art appreciation methodology that is designed to help viewers actively engage with contemporary art through a series of practical and simple visual and curating exercises that encourages responses and discussion among the group. The methodology is geared to teaching visual literacy skills and showing participants that they can enjoy and analyze art without a tour guide, even if they are not trained in art history.
Five weekly sessions will be offered starting February 14 and we will visit current exhibitions in galleries and contemporary museums in Shanghai. For example, M50, MOCA, Zendai, Duolon, Bund Galleries.
The course runs from 11a.m. to 3p.m.. We all meet for lunch near our designated venue where we discuss our observations and other issues in contemporary art. (The price of lunch is not included)
Time: Tuesdays 11:00 to 3pm February 14 to March 13
Eastlink Gallery is pleased to announce that Canadian art educator Sheila Greenspan is returning to Shanghai and once again offering her very popular program "Looking at Contemporary Art" this spring.

东廊画廊很高兴地宣布在这个春季加拿大艺术教育家Sheila Greenspan再一次回到上海带来了她非常受欢迎的项目“纵观当代艺术”。

Please contact Kate via for registration.  请通过 联系Kate来报名。

Sunday 4 September 2011

BANG BANG - flyer is out!

Saturday 3 September 2011

Three days left...

Let's hang some art