ArtReview Asia is pleased to present the third edition of ArtReview Asia Xiàn Chǎng, a curated programme of solo artist projects for West Bund Art & Design in Shanghai. Installed throughout the West Bund Art Center for the duration of the fair (8–11 November), this year's edition includes 14 works by Chinese and international artists, ranging from painting and sculpture to virtual reality. Over half of the projects are new commissions specially created for Xiàn Chǎng by artists including Tatsuo Miyajima, Cerith Wyn Evans, Zhang Enli and Shezad Dawood.
Operating outside of the conventional art fair booth, each work acts as an intervention in the space, reflecting the curatorial concept of Xiàn Chǎng, which translates as ‘the scene’ (of a crime or accident, etc); (on) the spot; (at) the site. West Bund Art & Design will select a winning project in ArtReview Asia Xiàn Chǎng, which will be announced during the fair.
This year, ArtReview Asia Xiàn Chǎng welcomes the following artists:
Francis Alÿs (Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zurich)
Choi Jeong Hwa (P21, Seoul)
Shezad Dawood (Timothy Taylor, London)
Dickon Drury (Koppe Astner, Glasgow)
Sam Falls (Galleria Franco Noero, Turin)
Joyce Ho (TKG+, Taipei)
Liu Jianhua (Pace Gallery, Beijing)
Tatsuo Miyajima (Lisson Gallery, London & New York)
Takashi Murakami (Gagosian, Hong Kong)
Julian Opie (Kukje Gallery, Seoul)
José Patrício (Nara Roesler Gallery, New York)
Lawrence Wiener (Marian Goodman Gallery, New York)
Cerith Wyn Evans (Marian Goodman Gallery, New York)
Zhang Enli (Shanghart, Shanghai)
See here for more details on the projects
Also at West Bund Art & Design...
On 9 November, ArtReview Asia will host a discussion between Chinese painter Zhang Enli and Belgian artist Luc Tuymans titled ‘Two Worlds: Painting in the Age of Fake News’, moderated by Aimee Lin (editor at ArtReview Asia). The talk takes place in Hall A, West Bund Art Center, at 3pm. Full details here