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On May 21, the Fourth Beijing Gallery held a weekend press conference at the Beijing Contemporary Art Center in Beijing’s 798 Art District. 22 houses, non-profit organizations, groups and individuals will participate in discussions, events and exhibitions in the 798 Art Zone. Wang Yi, director of Gallery Weekend Beijing, and Lu Jie, founder of Beijing Long March Space, and others attended the press conference.
On the same day, Long March Space, which has been in Zone Art 798 for 18 years, also opened after expansion and renovation.
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The week-long event, which was scheduled for March 2020, has been postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Gallery Weekend Beijing is one of the first art events to resume in China and the first to be held in the country since the start of the epidemic. Bringing together local galleries and non-profits, the opening of Gallery Weekend Beijing marks the revitalization of the city’s art scene and offers hope to the rest of the world.
Lu Jie said at a press conference that the decision to expand the Long March space was made in July last year and it has gone through several processes, including communication with the Space Design Office. Due to the epidemic, the construction period was delayed by two months and the first exhibition of the new location was also postponed.
“Although the exhibition could not be published as planned in March due to the pandemic, it allowed more time for scholarly exchange, discussion and preparation,” Lu said.
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“Patience” was the word that Lowe said in most of his interviews and press conferences. The ability to easily manage the relationship with the artist, and manage the exhibition in the epidemic has become one of the criteria to check whether the gallery today is professional and competent. As a gallery that has existed in 798 since 2002, Lu said that the Long March space experienced painful memories of SARS in 2003. In this case, Lu hopes that “experiencing such a situation” can be a benefit. The long march of space.
“I also tell my colleagues that it is nothing and that we have a chance to survive the explosion,” he added.
“Meditation in Emergency” exhibition at the UCCA Center for Contemporary Art at the 798 Art Zone in Beijing, China on May 21, 2020. /VCG
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In a press conference, Wang Yi, director of Gallery Weekly Beijing, said that the success of this year’s event was possible due to the close cooperation between the galleries during this period. “The galleries of 798 Art Zone want to bring positive energy to the Beijing art world and even the Chinese art world.”
Lu Jie also said that at a time when China’s cultural, entertainment and sports activities are suspended due to the epidemic, the revival of the art world is “spiritual food” for people to come out of the shadow of the epidemic.
Although the event was ultimately successful with the support of local politics and various industries, this year remains a disappointment.
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Lu Jie told CGTN that Gallery Week should be a wonderful place for art lovers around the world, but the pandemic has made it difficult for artists and art lovers.
The “Visiting Sector” is one of the international aspects of the annual Beijing Gallery Weekend. Since 2018, this scene has entered into cooperation with Zurich Art Week. Although Zurich gallery representatives were unable to attend the forum this year, organizers created a video version of the artist’s online discussion for art lovers to view.
Artwork from the “Becoming John McLean” exhibition at PIFO Gallery in the 798 Art Zone on May 21, 2020 in Beijing, China. /CGTN
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Visitors can also see works by international artists such as “Becoming John McLean” at PIFO Gallery, and “15 years of Galleria Continua in China: To be continua” at Galleria Continua, the gallery’s 15th anniversary show.
Lu Jie also pointed out that the gallery weekend is a fundamental part of China’s contemporary art scene, where art lovers from all over the country come together. But such promotion, communication activities are currently limited, although artists and art partners come, but things are not as active as last year, yes, it is a fact.
Despite this situation, the organizers still managed to organize and implement the gallery week, which is a “shotgun” for the domestic art industry.
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“That’s why we do Gallery Week Beijing in a difficult economic, travel and exhibition environment – whether it’s a for-profit museum, a non-profit museum, or a commercial museum. The reason is that we will bring it together. We are because we believe that art is spiritual food for us, especially now,” Lu said.
Visitors visit an exhibition at the UCCA Center for Contemporary Art in the 798 Art Zone on May 21, 2020 in Beijing, China. /VCG
Lu Jie said that contemporary art in China is part of innovation and development
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