On Sharks & Humanity – The Results

On Sharks & Humanity – The Results

200,000 people visited the exhibition during its stay in Beijing, meaning that around 700,00 people in total have now seen On Sharks & Humanity. We handed out surveys at the National Museum of China to gauge people’s reaction to the artworks. Check out the...
Why use art for activism?

Why use art for activism?

Curator Huang Du describes On Sharks & Humanity as an exhibition which comes close to Social Sculpture, the concept advocated for by Joseph Beuys. Simply put, Social Sculpture centres around the idea that art can be used to shape society. A social sculptor is an...
The grand Moscow opening

The grand Moscow opening

What an evening – guests and members of the press perused the exhibit, quizzing the artists and organisers about the artworks. The artists have swelled to the number of 20, with the works of Russian artists combining with those of Chinese and American...