Huang Yong Ping’s work Bank of Sand, Sand of Bank features in the inaugural UCCA Edge exhibition in Shanghai. Photo: UCCA Centre Huang Yong Ping’s work Bank of Sand, Sand of Bank features in the inaugural UCCA Edge exhibition in Shanghai. Photo: UCCA Centre
Huang Yong Ping’s work Bank of Sand, Sand of Bank features in the inaugural UCCA Edge exhibition in Shanghai. Photo: UCCA Centre
Art

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Good range of 21st century Chinese art, but why is it nearly all by men? UCCA Edge’s debut Shanghai show a missed opportunity

  • First exhibition at new art space draws heavily on an irreverent Shanghai show in 2000 by artists who today make up most of China’s art establishment
  • For all that the art selected is good, the show fails to capture the romantic artistic spirit of two decades ago, and underrepresents women artists

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Huang Yong Ping’s work Bank of Sand, Sand of Bank features in the inaugural UCCA Edge exhibition in Shanghai. Photo: UCCA Centre Huang Yong Ping’s work Bank of Sand, Sand of Bank features in the inaugural UCCA Edge exhibition in Shanghai. Photo: UCCA Centre
Huang Yong Ping’s work Bank of Sand, Sand of Bank features in the inaugural UCCA Edge exhibition in Shanghai. Photo: UCCA Centre
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