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Inside-Out Art 2012

2012.9.29-2012.11.18
The exhibition was co-curated by Professor Tomas Vu-Danial, Director of Printmaking Center of Department of Art at Columbia University, Professor Liang Hanchang from Massachusetts College of Fine Arts, and Professor Yuan Zuo from Tsinghua Academy of Fine Arts. The exhibition showcases over 200 works of more than 40 artists from China, the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Serbia and Thailand, including paintings, prints, sculptures, installations, videos and other type of works. Culture and art from both the east and the west form dialogues in Inside-Out Art Museum, a place where there is no boundary, rejudice, or limits.
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Xu Bing: Research Exhibition on Background Story – Dwelling in Fuchun Mountains

2014.5.24-2014.11.9
Xu Bing is one of the most influential artists in China and is the spokesman for the open spirit and exploration of contemporary art.
In 2015, the exhibition was named as an Excellent Exhibition Project of 2014 by the Ministry of Culture.
In 2015, it won the 2014 Excellent Exhibition Project of Beijing Cultural Bureau.
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The Third Path: Yuan Yunfu & Yuan Yunsheng Paintings Exhibition

2014.3.4-2014.3.27
Yuan Yunfu and Yuan Yinsheng are important witnesses and participants in the development of Chinese art and the changing of times.
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Beyond Form: An Exhibition of Abtract Art in China

2016.5.1-2016.7.3
Abstract art has always faced two major challenges since its first entering into China. On one hand, local cultureexcludes and assimilates abstract art – lingering between universalism and regionalism, what kind of standard shall we adopt evaluating the works of Chinese abstract artists? On the other hand, how are we supposed to understanding abstract art after abstract expressionism and minimalism? These are issues those abstract artists from all over the world should ponder over. This exhibition provides an answer to these two questions.
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Salon, Salon: Fine Art Practices from 1972 to 1982 in Profile – A Beijing Perspective

2017.1.7-2017.5.7
This exhibition is the third part of a series research named “From the Problem of Art to the Problem of Position: the Response of Socialist Realism”. This series research was initiated by the artist Liu Ding and the art critic Lu Yinghua. Through continuous exhibitions and writings, the series analyze and reflect on the historical narration and construction of “contemporary art” in China.
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Discordant Harmony: Observation of Artistic Practices in East Asia at the Transition between the 1980s and the 1990s

2017.11.4-2018.2.4
Initiated by the German Goethe-Institute, four curators from Taiwan, South Korea, Japan and China – Huang Jianhong, Jin Xuan Ting, Yukie Kamiya and Lu Ying Hua – were invited to jointly plan an exhibition reflecting on the Asian landscape, delving into the multiple layers of the concept of “Asia” in history and contemporary times.
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Challenge the Tradition: 20th Century Western Classical and Chinese Contemporary Photography

2014.5.24-2014.6.29
“Challenge the Tradition” intends to illustrate the inextricable relationship between the development of photographic art and the advancement of art history in the form of an exhibition. It is precisely in the “innovation” of technology and development of concepts that this exhibition presents a reflection on the photographic art and works since the 20th century.
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Zhang • Wang - Zhang Guangyuan Architectural Photography Exhibition

2016.10.29-2016.12.4
This is an exhibition for photographers organized by a group of architects. Zhang Guangyuan, a photographer from China Architecture Design Institute, used his lens to record the development of this industry during his 30-year career in photography. This is a photo exhibition and an exhibition of works made by architects at the same time.
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Inside-Out Art Museum Representative Sculpture Exhibition

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Wing: The 2nd Chinese Sculpture Society Youth Referral Program

2016.3.2-2016.3.27
This exhibition coincides with the annual closing ceremony for the second season of this youth art project. It does not only adjust the choice of works so that the conceptual property of sculptures and installations can be emphasized, the exhibition also tries to showcase diversified works that fit in with the internal space of the Museum.
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Inside-Out Cinema “Fifty-one Weeks” Program

As an art cinema line, Inside-Out Cinema launched the “Fifty-one Weeks” Program and talks with guests after the screenings. Shortlisted films will be given an opportunity to present themselves in the cinema for 52 continuous weeks, guaranteeing that art films which find it difficult to enter commercial cinemas could enjoy film coverage at prime time. The cinema has successively showcased high-quality art films such as Himalayan: Ladder to Paradise and Kaili Blues.
As an art cinema line, Inside-Out Cinema launched the “Fifty-one Weeks” Program and talks with guests after the screenings. Shortlisted films will be given an opportunity to present themselves in the cinema for 52 continuous weeks, guaranteeing that art films which find it difficult to enter commercial cinemas could enjoy film coverage at prime time. The cinema has successively showcased high-quality art films such as Himalayan: Ladder to Paradise and Kaili Blues.
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Inside-Out Theatre Concert

Silent Sky: Haya Concert
Music Salon: Lipkind
Brussels Chamber Orchestra
Music Salon: Three Musicians from Kronberg Academy in Germany
Golden Sail Philharmonic Orchestra: Winter Serenades
Music Salon & Cocktail: Pianist Khatia Buniatishvili
Lecture & Concert: Pianist Zhang Yiming
Piano & Clarinet Concert for Members
Silent Sky: Haya Concert
Music Salon: Lipkind
Brussels Chamber Orchestra
Music Salon: Three Musicians from Kronberg Academy in Germany
Golden Sail Philharmonic Orchestra: Winter Serenades
Music Salon & Cocktail: Pianist Khatia Buniatishvili
Lecture & Concert: Pianist Zhang Yiming
Piano & Clarinet Concert for Members
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