2022.7.10—10.10
Tong Wenmin: From South to North
Patty Chang: We Are All Mothers
Exhibition
2022.09.25
I Imagine Angels

Perhaps no image is richer and more attuned to the symptoms of modernity than that of angels.

Vortex
2022.10.07
Yu Guo:Creek, Sea and Territory

I want to discuss issues related to the topic of "locality" in a divergent way by sharing these three stories, which are not strictly interconnected. For instance, can we extract a new way of perceiving time and space from "locality"? Can "locality" only be included as a specificity in a more general context? …

Vortex
2022.09.17
Zhang Chuntian: The Worlds of Sentiments and Imagination in Late-Qing Shanghai

To understand Shanghai in the late Qing period, it is necessary to enter the worlds of ideas and knowledge as well as the worlds of sentiments and imagination. In that lies the significance of fiction.

Vortex
2022.09.03
Payne Zhu:The Financial Ghosts in The Sing-Song Girls of Shanghai

I will play the role of a courtesan who will host a tea party at the house of pleasure, to which you are all invited. Referencing my own experience in Shanghai, I shall call for the financial ghosts in The Sing-Song Girls of Shanghai.

Vortex
2022.08.21
Vortex, a Special Salon of the Cloister Project

Vortex is a long-term project. We will update the content of performance lectures by artists and talks by experts both on- and offline. Following the fundamental approach of connecting local practice, theories, and context, we hope that this nonstandard art venue will become a place of torrents, flux, and confluence.

Exhibition
2022.07.10
Tong Wenmin:From South to North

Macalline Art Center is proud to present solo exhibition “From South to North” for Chinese artist Tong Wenmin.

“From South to North” is the first presentation of a series of performance projects by the same name that Tong Wenmin has recently initiated.

Exhibition
2022.07.10
Patty Chang: We Are All Mothers

Macalline Art Center is proud to present solo exhibition: “We Are All Mothers” for Chinese-American artist Patty Chang.

“We Are All Mothers” is Patty Chang’s first institutional solo show in China.

Exhibition
2022.03.12
Riddle Bodies

By connecting the material textures of different mediums, Shao Chun awakens subtle observations and intimate impulses within seemingly familiar experiential memories.

“How Can I be Plural”, Chen Zhou, 2020

Macalline Art Center is a practice-oriented site focused on contemporary visual inventions. The Center engages with artists and art groups by building physical and online communities through events and research. The Center is guided by the working processes of artists, constantly re-defining and testing itself and renewing perceptual and cognitive systems in contemporary situations and contexts.