The UCCA Centre for Contemporary Art director and chief executive Philip Tinari, pictured ahead of the opening of its third art space, UCCA Edge in Shanghai. Photo: UCCA
The UCCA Centre for Contemporary Art director and chief executive Philip Tinari, pictured ahead of the opening of its third art space, UCCA Edge in Shanghai. Photo: UCCA
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Shanghai branch opening is milestone for Chinese art museum UCCA, which introduced artists such as Zeng Fanzhi to the world

  • UCCA Edge marks a significant expansion for the UCCA Centre for Contemporary Art, founded by Belgian couple in Beijing and now a Chinese-owned non-profit
  • Director of UCCA Philip Tinari talks about its upcoming exhibitions, the importance of a Shanghai presence, and innovating amid the coronavirus pandemic

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The UCCA Centre for Contemporary Art director and chief executive Philip Tinari, pictured ahead of the opening of its third art space, UCCA Edge in Shanghai. Photo: UCCA
The UCCA Centre for Contemporary Art director and chief executive Philip Tinari, pictured ahead of the opening of its third art space, UCCA Edge in Shanghai. Photo: UCCA

Corrected [1:02pm, 21 May, 2021]

  • [1:02pm, 21 May, 2021]

    UCCA dropped Ullens from its name following its sale in 2017. It is now called the UCCA Centre for Contemporary Art

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