1. Mo Gan Shan Lu - Art Place - Shanghai (China)

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    Mo Gan Shan Lu used to be an industrial wharehouse area in Shanghai (China),today it is home to a lot of Chinese artists and galleries such as the well known Shanghart. In this video, you can discover the areas where these artists work and the atmosphere that reigns all over. Music on the video is Hustler, performed by Simian Mobile Disco

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    • Krasner in Shanghai; Take One

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      This is the first film I've ever made and it's part of my Krasner in Shanghai VLOG/BLOG series http://jennykrasner.com/krasner-in-shanghai/ I’m not filling you in on the whole shebang it's just stuff that I find interesting about China, Shanghai, myself, art, the art world and my work. I’m going to put up some film, writing, photographs and photographic composites. I arrived in Shanghai May 2nd and will leave 4 months later on September 1st. This first film you see was made with my Canon 5D Mark II. No one bothered to tell me it doesn’t auto focus and the shake is bad…you can’t really walk around with it. I also have a small Canon S100; not much better. Also, I sprained my ankle a few days before I came here, so I’m on a cane and can barely walk which of course is not helping anything AT ALL ;-). Please may I suggest that the film will make more sense if you read my synopsis of why I am here and what this is about. Being my first, I also suggest taking some Dramamine; by the time you finish reading, it will have kicked in. http://jennykrasner.com/krasner-in-shanghai/ Thanks, and enjoy! -Jenny

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      • Spark: Painting Mosuo Country

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        • Video: Studio in a School Merges Art and Asia for New York City Students

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          Asia Society Museum Director Melissa Chiu and Head of Museum Education Programs Nancy Blume explain how a partnership with Studio in a School allows public school students from around the city to visit Asia Society Museum and create unique art pieces for their very own exhibition. Read more: http://scty.asia/1evrXUT

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          • China edit demo reel

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            Demo reel edited by Barbara Pasquale with FCP, AVID MC, AE and Motion. The footage was shot in China and is about: 1. Chinese Artists 中国艺术家 2. Bird's Nest Stadium 鸟巢 3. Tibet Himalaya 西藏 喜马拉雅

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            • The No Name Painting Association

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              During China's Cultural Revolution, thirteen young artists defy Mao's regime. Documentary, narrated by Lucy Liu, Jane Alexander, BD Wong.

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              • The Geisha Ball - Wushu Shaolin Entertainment Show

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                Wushu Shaolin Entertainment was proud to produce a spectacular presentation for The Geisha Ball during the 2014 Labor Day Weekend in Los Angeles, California. The performance featured the traditional Chinese Lion Dance and a Wushu Shaolin Kung Fu demonstration. This underground event featured an oriental inspired costume contest with the first place winner receiving $100 and free drinks. The event was held at the Malediction Society Night and Dance Club Featuring DJ Vixen, Xian Vox. It was an annual Labor Day Weekend Massive Extravaganza entitled the Geisha Ball, combining the Exotic culture of the Orient while blending Chinese and Japanese cosplay wardrobes. All underground Society enthusiasts were encouraged to wear Asian inspired attire of the middle and Far East. The event featured various cosplay dressed attendees including Geikos, Ninjas, Samurai, Chinese Ghosts, Japanese Demons, Shoguns, Emperors, Gods, Goddesses, Kimonos, Hakamas, Rice Hats, School Girl Uniforms, Saris, Nehrus, and even Chinese Fans. Modern and Classical interpretations of the orient were seen throughout the evening including authentic, folklore, theological, and even fictional inspired outfits. Throughout the night a secret panel of judge’s selected numerous people with amazing costumes to participate in the midnight costume contest. When the clock struck midnight, Wushu Shaolin Entertainment took the center dance floor to deliver an exciting Wushu and Shaolin Kung Fu demonstration. The presentation featured Shifu Sal Redner, Alvin Hsing, Ashley Short, and Liu Xiaoyin from China. DJ Xian hit the speakers and a combination of Kung Fu movements and flying kicks rattled the floor as the crowd roared with anticipation. Shifu Sal went first with a Shaolin Kung Fu form that he learned while Training in the Shaolin Temple in Henan, Province, China. Second, Alvin Hsing flew into the dance floor with a tricking martial arts combination featuring a Butterfly Twist, and fast flying spinning kicks. Ashley Short dazzled the audience with her Wushu Sword skills combining choreography and movement. The final performance was from Shifu Sal Redner with the Double Whip Chains. People from around the room began cheering as the chains span at blinding speeds. Once the Kung Fu show was finished, the team completed with a traditional Chinese Lion Dance. The Los Angeles Based Lion Dance is world renowned for performing around the world for famous dignitaries and celebrities. Be sure to subscribe to the official Wushu Shaolin Website and YouTube channel for more videos of the actual performance. — at Club Monte Cristo.

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                • Ai Weiwei on Skype with the Groninger Museum

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                  At the opening of the exhibition Fuck Off 2 in the Groninger Museum we skyped with Ai Weiwei. More information about the exhibition you can find here: http://www.groningermuseum.nl/en/exhibition/fuck-2-curated-ai-weiwei-feng-boyi-mark-wilson Bij de opening van de tentoonstelling Fuck Off 2 in het Groninger Museum hadden wij contact met Ai Weiwei via Skype. Hier zie je het gesprek dat wij voerde met Ai Weiwei. Meer informatie over de tentoonstelling vind je hier: http://www.groningermuseum.nl/tentoonstelling/fuck-2-curated-ai-weiwei-feng-boyi-mark-wilson

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                  • Yang Yanping at Michael Goedhuis

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                    Also available to view on GalleryLOG at gallerylog.com/michael-goedhuis--yang-yanping.html On View: Yang Yanping at Michael Goedhuis Born in Nanjing, Jiangsu, in 1934, Yang Yanping is one of the most distinguished contemporary ink painters from China. She studied architecture at Beijing's Tsinghua University, where she married one of her painting teachers, Zeng Shanqing. After she graduated in 1958, and a brief spell of teaching factory design, Yang decided to study art at the Oil Painting Department of the Beijing Art Academy. At the same time she studied traditional Chinese painting on her own. In 1986, both Yang and her husband were awarded fellowships from the State University of New York at Stony Brook, and they have remained in America ever since. Yang is well versed in many traditional styles but has excelled in depicting the lotus flower, a symbol of purity, transience, the fragility of nature, and the potential for regeneration. She works in a traditional mode of the free sketch (xieyi) but has also developed creative techniques, including crumpling the paper and soaking or pressing inked paper on a previously painted paper surface. For Yang, what has mattered are the ideals of high visual quality and an artistic autonomy that allows her to embrace modernism without jettisoning the lessons from the classical Chinese world of high culture. For more information contact Michael Goedhuis on london@michaelgoedhuis.com or visit www.michaelgoedhuis.com

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                    • Xie Aige at Michael Goedhuis

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                      Also available to view on GalleryLOG at gallerylog.com/michael-goedhuis--xie-aige.html On View: Xie Aige at Michael Goedhuis Born in Hunan province in 1977, Xie Aige is one of the most promising woman sculptors in the younger generation. She graduated from Shanghai Fine Arts College and used to teach at the Cultural and Art Design Dept. in Shanghai Tongji University. She currently lives and works in Shanghai, China For more information contact Michael Goedhuis on london@michaelgoedhuis.com or visit www.michaelgoedhuis.com

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