Balcony (2018) by Liu Zhan, a site-specific installation made with radio sets at the DRC No. 12 art space in Beijing. Photo: Enid Tsui

A safe haven for Chinese artists, three unorthodox Beijing art spaces provide a place to create and exchange ideas freely

A businessman’s obscure contemporary art venues – DRC No. 12, The Bunker and Tattoo Parlour – in the Chinese capital aim to provide that rare and valuable thing in the country: a truly independent space for artists

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Balcony (2018) by Liu Zhan, a site-specific installation made with radio sets at the DRC No. 12 art space in Beijing. Photo: Enid Tsui
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