An impressive showcase of contemporary Chinese art via exhibitions, festivals and talks
Formally known as the Chinese Arts Centre, the Centre For Chinese Contemporary Art works to bring Chinese art and visual culture to a UK audience. Working with a four-strong team of associate curators based in East Asia - each specialising in a particular strand of the centre's artistic programme - this Northern Quarter building brings exhibitions, artists in residence, engagement projects, festivals, talks and events.
The centre has been operating for nearly thirty years so it's good to see the place go from strength to strength. Perfect timing for the 'Chinese Century', too.
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Kirsty Harris: How I Learned To Stop Worrying (1945-2016)
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Yin-Ju Chen: Extrastellar Evaluations II
The Taiwanese artist exhibits work that looks at cosmic events and human behaviour through mythology, scientific research and artistic response.Contemporary art Until Sunday January 15 2017Read more
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