That's Shanghai takes a look at the best art exhibitions of the week:
Image courtesy of Qiao Space.
Qiao Space is exhibiting over 50 works belonging to collectors of contemporary Chinese art. With a range of paintings, multi-media pieces, sculptures and sketches, the array is a unique look inside the homes (and storage units) of cultural patrons. If you go this Saturday, you'll double up with Qiao's fall party and a live performance from Faded Ghost.
Until Oct 21, Qiao Space.
Photo courtesy of Yuz Museum.
Tshcabalala Self's solo exhibition at Yuz Project Space of Art highlights the Bodegas of New York City alongside paintings, sculptures and video. The family run corners stores featured in Self's show capture an aspect of the Black-American and Latinx community that has yet to be shown in a Chinese instution.
From Sep 22 until Dec 9, Yuz Museum.
Photo courtesy of Photofairs.
The largest photography exhibition in Asia, Photofairs is back for the weekend hosting galleries from all over the world. With talks throughout the weekend, there's plenty to see and learn. Tickets available here.
Until Sep 23, Shanghai Exhibition Center.
Photo courtesy of Bank Gallery.
Bank is simultaneously running three solo shows from Sun Yitian, Kim Laughton and Wang Rui. These consumerist works range from 3D animation to an "immersive imagery feast" examining the fragile psychological boundries between the virtual and the real.
Until Oct 28, Bank Gallery.
Other Voices Other Spaces
Photo courtesy of the Shanghai Gallery of Art.
Closing next week is the group show from Liang Manqi, Li Qing, Shi Zhiying, Wang Yi and Yuan Keru. The exhibit engages with philosopher Michel Foucault's idea of 'heterotopia', used to describe places and spaces that function in non-dominant positions (roughly speaking). Many of the works are geometric, highlighting the relationships between shapes, colors and positive/negative space.
Until Sep 30, Shanghai Gallery of Art.
Carte Blanche - Continuous Terminus
Image courtesy of the gallery.
Continuous Terminus is a group show featuring a lot of video pieces and stuff made on computers. These futuresque digital works by Hsiung Cheng Kai and Mao Haonan are a combination of dark and optimistic, programmatic feats, a captivating addition to M50.
Until Oct 7, ShanghART Main Space.
For more things to do in Shanghai, check out our Events Section.
Get more Shanghai event guides sent directly to your phone (along with restaurant reviews, giveaways and other goodies) by adding Thats_Shanghai on WeChat, liking us on Facebook or subscribing to our weekly newsletter.
If you have an event, upload it to our site through our User Center. It's free, it's easy and it's the best way to get into one of our Event Guides.