Must-See Art Guide: Beijing

This week's guide features Parker Ito, teamLab, Zhang Li, and more.

teamLab, installation view. Courtesy of Pace Gallery.

Okay Beijing, it’s going to be a busy week. With all the city’s major galleries putting out their biggest fall shows, you’re going to have to do a fair amount of legwork to get from venue to venue. Start strong: Head on over to Pace Gallery for the psychedelic, immersive, and gorgeous installation by teamLAB. This long-running show is one you’ll kick yourself if you miss—its “digital forest” is really unlike anything else on view right now—and it’s finally coming to a close on October 10, so don’t delay. Then, Aura Gallery presents the masterfully loose and subtle paintings of Kuan Yun, which boasts a number of the artist’s most recent output of improvisational, diaristic work. Your next stop might be DE SARTHE GALLERY, where young art star Xin Yunpeng’s solo show has everything from performance to site-specific installation to painting. Don’t miss the artist’s emotional video work in particular.

Find our full list of picks below.

 

Exhibition:teamLab: Living Digital Forest and Future Park
When:
May 20–October 10, 2017
Where:
Pace Gallery, 798 Art District No. 2 Jiuxianqiao Road, Beijing, China

Zhang Li. Courtesy of the Hive Center for Contemporary Art.

Exhibition:The Ring of Life: Zhou Li Solo Exhibition
When:
September 10–October 15, 2017
Where:
Hive Center for Contemporary Art, E06, 798 Art Zone, No.4 Jiuxianqiao Rd. , Beijing, China

Dieter Nuhr. Courtesy of Pékin Fine Arts.

Exhibition:Dieter Nuhr: Works From Other Worlds – Photography on Textile
When:
September 9–November 7, 2017
Where:
Pékin Fine Arts, No. 241, Cao Chang Di Village Cui Ge Zhuang, Beijing, China

Xin Yunpeng, Two Roads, Two Mountains (2017). Courtesy of DE SARTHE GALLERY.

Exhibition:Xin Yunpeng
When:
September 23–November 12, 2017
Where:
DE SARTHE GALLERY, 328-d Caochangdi, Beijing, China

Kuan Yun, installation view. Courtesy of Aura Gallery.

Exhibition:Kuan Yun solo exhibition – 15cm
When:
September 2–October 2, 2017
Where:
Aura Gallery, A1 Qikeshu Creative Park, No.55 Banjieta Road, Beijing, China

Gao Qain, Visit the Cave of Fairies No.3 (2016). Courtesy of Amy Li Gallery.

Exhibition:Gao Qain: Forbidden Flowers
When:
September 23–November 12, 2017
Where:
Amy Li Gallery, No.54 Caochangdi, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China

Parker Ito, #1 (2017). Courtesy of Beijing Art Now Gallery.

Exhibition:Parker Ito: #17
When:
September 2–October 22, 2017
Where:
Beijing Art Now Gallery, Building E, Red Yard No.1 Cao Chang Di, Cui Ge Zhuang, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China

Carlos Garaicoa. Courtesy of Galleria Continua.

Exhibition:Carlos Garaicoa: Bestiary
When:
September 23–December 31, 2017
Where:
Galleria Continua, Dashanzi Art District 798 #8503, 2 Jiuxianqiao Road, Beijing, China

Dai Guangyu, Shooting at Myself (1997). Courtesy of Ink Studio.

Exhibition:Dai Guangyu: Making Traces
When:
September 10–October 20, 2017
Where:
Ink Studio, Red No. 1-B1, Caochangdi, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China


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