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Zhang Peili exhibition extended till 15 December

MAAP is pleased to announce the extension of Zhang Peili: from painting to video at the Australian Centre of China in the World, Australian National University. The exhibition will continue till 15 December and will be open during the AAANZ Art History Conference at Australian National University. In addition to normal opening hours, the exhibition… Read more »

Zhang Peili: From Painting to Video

Zhang Peili: from Painting to Video is a collaboration between MAAP-Media Art Asia Pacific and the Australian Centre on China in the World (CIW), at the Australian National University. The project is built around the recent acquisition of one of Zhang’s last paintings from the 1990s before he shifted his focus to video and media installation art. Newly… Read more »

Zhang Peili ’30 x 30′ (1988) Screening and Talk

As a special closing event, MAAP is honoured to present Zhang Peili’s 30 x 30 (1988). Please join us for this special one-day only presentation of what is considered to be the first video artwork produced in China. Filmed over 180 minutes (the length of the video tape), the artist is seen repeatedly smashing a… Read more »

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Zhang Peili ’30 x 30′ (1988) Screening and Talk

As a special closing event, MAAP is honoured to present Zhang Peili’s 30 x 30 (1988). Please join us for this special one-day only presentation of what is considered to be the first video artwork produced in China. Filmed over 180 minutes (the length of the video tape), the artist is seen repeatedly smashing a… Read more »

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Zhang Peili at MAAP SPACE

Zhang Peili is a senior artist who emerged in the first wave of Chinese contemporary art in the 1980s. His seminal video work 30 X 30 (1988) anchors his reputation as one of the most significant figures in Chinese contemporary art and is broadly accepted as being the first video art work produced in China. After studying painting… Read more »

Zhang Peili

Born in 1957 in Hangzhou, China.  After Zhang Peili graduated from Zheijiang Academy of Fine Arts in 1984 (now teaching in China Academy of Fine Arts), he started to actively engage himself in the creation of contemporary art in the 1980s.  The major exhibitions he entered include: 4th Lyon Biennale, 1997; Cities on the Move,… Read more »

MAAP SPACE launched

Thanks to all our guests who helped us celebrate the launch of MAAP SPACE and the exhibition by Zhang Peili on Saturday night.

MAAP exhibition in Canberra

Zhang Peili exhibition is reviewed in the Canberra Times offering a glimpse into the exhibition’s collaborative approach while highlighting the rare and generous donation by artist Lois Conner, to the Australian Centre on China in the World at the Australian National University. You can read the article here. Co curator of the exhibition and director… Read more »