798 stands for much more than a three digit number: in Beijing these numbers symbolize the country's cutting edge art movement led by the Chinese vanguard, unchained artistic personalities with alternative life goals. Wild and unconquered attitudes waft inside 798's free and rambling atmosphere. This area feels a kinship to what can be discovered and sensed along the Left Bank in Paris or around Greenwich Village in NYC.
Exhibitions >>  
All Back to Dust and Luminant
Photography of Jiang Pengyi
Dates: Jan. 19 -- Feb. 22
Venue: Paris-Beijing Photo Gallery, Dashanzi 798

Within the last decade, thanks to economic prosperity, myriads of skyscrapers have appeared in large Chinese cities. Photographer Jiang Pengyi, via his two series All Back to Dust and Luminant, displays a dreadful fascination for skyscrapers.

Solo exhibition on landscape oil paintings of Pan Dianquan
Solo exhibition on landscape oil paintings of Pan Dianquan
Dates: Feb.16-Mar.12
Venue: Beijing All Color Museum 798 Branch
Michelangelo Pistoletto
Michelangelo Pistoletto
Dates: Jan.19-Mar. 30
Venue: Galleriacontinua, Beijing
Solo show of photographer Yang Yi
Solo show of photographer Yang Yi
Opening Party : 3:00 pm, Feb 23
Dates : Feb. 23, 2008–Apr. 25, 2008
Venue : Paris-Beijing Photo Gallery

Galleries & Studios >>  
Creek Art
Rain Gallery
Ullens Center for the Arts
Star Gallery
Chinese Contemporary Gallery
Asia Art Center
Taikang Life
XYZ Gallery
Being 3 Gallery

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