Wu Hao in “Inside China: L’Intérieur du Géant” at chi K11 Art Museum, Shanghai

Inside China (Shanghai Station)

Exhibition Dates: 2015.08.01 – 08.31

Exhibition Venue: chi K11 Art Museum, Shanghai

Artists: Cheng Ran, Li Gang, Wu Hao, Yu Ji, Zhao Yao, Edwin Lo, Mathis Collins, Renaud Jerez, Jonathan Martin, Nadar, Aude Pariset

Curators: Jo-ey Tang, Victor Wang


K11 Art Foundation (KAF) and Palais de Tokyo (Paris), in their first co-produced exhibition, are proud to present “Inside China: L’Intérieur du Géant” in Shanghai this August. Dedicated to the discovery and presentation of emerging art scenes in China and France, the exhibition represents a three year collaboration between the two institutions first established in October 2014. The exhibition is also aimed at introducing French audiences to contemporary Chinese artists in dialogue with French artists.

As an evolving and travelling exhibition from Paris and Hong Kong which brings the works of Chinese artists back to Shanghai and introduces works from French artists to Chinese audiences, “Inside China : L’Intérieur du Géant” is continuing to grow.


Wu Hao (b. 1985, Wuhan, China) lives and works in Wuhan, and is an artist-in-residence at K11 Art Village in Wuhan. His group exhibitions include “Post-Linguistic Context”, an exhibition sponsored by K11 Art Foundation in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Wuhan; “Our Land Our People”, Guangdong Museum of Art (2012); “Representationalism and Expression”, Wuhan Fine Art Academy Exhibition, National Art Museum of China, Beijing (2011); “1+1”, Contemporary Hubei Fine Art Exhibition, Wuhan and “Links of Value: Canton Wuhan Art Exhibition” (2010), Shenzhen.


Watermarks Project: Wuhan, Shanghai, Hong Kong, 2014, Installation, Mixed media, Dimensions variable

Rolling Gate No.2, 2014, Installation, Metal shutter gate, 262×330cm



Wu Hao, Rolling Gate No.1, 2014, Exhibition View, L’Intérieur du Géant, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France


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