UCCA is delighted to begin its 2013 program with ON | OFF: China’s Young Artists in Concept and Practice. This groundbreaking exhibition, which will occupy the entire UCCA space, marks the most comprehensive survey of the generation of artists born after the death of Mao and the end of the Cultural Revolution, and at the dawn of the country’s era of opening and reform era, yet mounted in any institution. Unparalleled in scope and unprecedented in concept, ON | OFF will feature 50 commissioned works by 50 artists and artist groups….
( 6 articles reference Song Tao )
Shanghai Art Fair, ShanghART Booth Nr: F32+33 November 1 – 4, 2012 ShanghaiMART 99, Xingyi Rd., Shanghai, China
Artists from ShanghART: BIRD HEAD, DING Yi, LI Shan, SHEN Fan, SHI Qing, XIANG Liqing, YANG Fudong, YU Youhan, ZHANG Enli
ShanghART Gallery is pleased to announce the participation of Bird Head (Ji Weiyu & Song Tao) in the upcoming 54th Venice Art Biennale ILLUMInations, opening June 4 – November 27, 2011 and Shi Yong in Glasstress 2011 at Palazzo Cavalli Franchetti, opening June 4 – November 27, 2011. Bird Head is a photographic collective founded in 2004, […]
Located in the hills of La Jolla, a seaside resort community near San Diego, California, the residence of Chris and Eloisa Haudenschild is home to a major U.S. collection of contemporary Chinese video art and photography. The Haudenschilds began collecting contemporary Chinese video and photography in the late 1990s, when these mediums were beginning to become as widely used and important as they are today, and just before the beginning of the market’s current boom.
May 10 – 12, 2008
Caracas, Venezuela; Shanghai, China; San Diego
Alfredo Brillembourg, Hubert Klumpner, Song Tao, Lin Yu, Nicholas Christenfeld, Jeff Kelley, Lucia Sanroman, Stephen Hepworth, Diane and Jerome Rothenberg
The Haudenschild Collection was the inspiration for the exhibition City Lights: Shanghai – Los Angeles which was on view from November 7 – December 17, 2006 at the University Art Gallery, CSULB. The exhibition was organized by Yeonsoo Chee and examined contemporary life in Shanghai and Los Angeles.