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Feng Xiao-Min’s artworks presented online during the ART021 Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair

This November is marked by the opening of the ART021 Contemporary Art Fair in Shanghai (China), but with a special feature this year: an online exhibition hall.

Opera Gallery presents a series of modern and contemporary art online from November 10 to 15, including artists like Fernando Botero, Zao Wou-Ki, Feng Xiao-Min, and other works of art in various forms.

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Opera Gallery presents Feng’s works at Art Central 2020 in Hong Kong in collaboration with Artsy

The art fair “Art Central”, organized jointly with Artsy this year, was officially launched online on March 18 by presenting art to the public in digital forms.

Opera Gallery presents the timeless works of well-known masters as well as those of contemporary artists: Fernando Botero, Marc Chagall, Chu Teh-Chun, George Condo, Feng Xiao-Min, Keith Haring, Niki de Saint Phalle and Kazuo Shiraga among others.

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Opera Gallery’s article
Opera Gallery x Artsy

Feng Xiao-Min’s artworks presented at the Shanghai ART021 Contemporary Art Fair

This year, Opera Gallery is presenting a selection of  highly-praised modern and contemporary artists’ works to the community of Shanghai in ART021 Contemporary with a cross-cultural and engaging experience during November 7th-10th, featuring 3 significant Chinese-French painters Zao Wou-Ki, Chu Teh-Chun and Feng Xiao-Min, who will showcase the fusion of abstract aesthetics and Chinese philosophy under the oriental perspective.

Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair
Booth E11
Date: 7-10 November, 2019
Place: Shanghai Exhibition Center

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Opera Gallery | Feng Xiao-Min’s Interview

You will find below the full content of the Feng Xiao-Min’s interview :

Feng Xiao-Min new artworks will be unveiled in November ART021 Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair.

His artworks are currently also being exhibited at the Taipei International Art Fair (ART TAIPEI) and in the joint exhibition “Abstraction Athwart Worlds: Ties Between Modern Worlds” at Opera Gallery Hong-Kong, featuring the artworks of Zao Wou-Ki, Chu Teh-Chun, Pierre Soulages, Hans Hartung, and Jean-Paul Riopelle.