【RAM Open Call】Curatorial Practices in Asia
We expand research in China through open call to researcher who look at the question what it means to look at the exhibition histories rather than art history. Through open call we are hoping to support creating archive and critical discourse around less known and discussed but relevant exhibitions within China.
Artist Talk: Starting All Over Again
We are honored to invite the artist Zhang Ruyi to have a dialogue with Liu Yingjiu, the deputy director of Rockbund Art Museum. The conversation between the artist and the director will lead us to behind-the-scene stories of the artwork as well as the practice of the artist. Through the discussion based on the artwork, we hope to discuss how daily life and art practice, individual being and the en
Artist Talk: Negotiating Identities
We are honored to invite the artist Navin Rawanchaikul to have a dialogue with Hsieh Feng-Rong, one of the curators of this exhibition. The conversation between the artist and the curator will lead us to behind-the-scene stories of the artwork as well as the practice of the artist.Through the discussion based on the artwork, we hope to discuss how one could negotiate with others or the society to
In 2018 the Rockbund Art Museum launches a research program entitled “Curatorial Practices in Asia”, the main objective of which is to develop a strong network in Asia with artists, academics, art organizations, independent curators and researchers—with people engaged in innovative research and artistic projects that support a better understanding of contemporary artistic practices in Asia.
HUGO BOSS ASIA ART: Award for Emerging Asian Artists opened early today at Rockbund Art Museum (RAM) in Shanghai, presenting artworks by the four finalist artists: Li Ming (China), Tao Hui (China), Yu Ji (China), Robert Zhao Renhui (Singapore).
Rockbund Art Museum (RAM) is delighted to announce the launch of the annual art project “RAM HIGHLIGHT 2017: DISPLACE”, opening on September 29 and running until October 4, 2017.
The Rockbund Art Museum will present a major solo exhibition by French artist, Philippe Parreno, his first in China. This exhibition is dedicated to the late Xavier Douroux whose influence on Parreno\'s career cannot be overstated.
Curated by the Director of the museum, Larys Frogier, Parreno’s first exhibition in China will occupy four of the museum’s six floors, also extending to its seventh fl
From January 21st to June 4th, Rockbund Art Museum will host a monographic exhibition by leading Chinese artist Song Dong. The exhibition, entitled “I Don’t Know the Mandate of Heaven”, will be the first major survey of Song’s work in mainland China in 8 years. The exhibition will include some of the artist’s best-known works that have been fundamental in establishing his career, as well as severa
The Rockbund Art Museum is honored to present the first solo exhibition of the influential international artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres (1957-1996) in Greater China. From September 30th to December 25th, 2016, RAM will host a comprehensive exhibition of work by the late American artist, who is renowned for his unconventional methodology and poignant sensitivity. The unique nature of his work takes t