The city of Wuhan witnessed the 85 New Art Wave Movement which marked the beginning of Chinese contemporary art in 1980s. AndThe Trend of Art Thought, Fine Arts Literature and other academic journals emerged one after another in Wuhan. In 2003, in the context of academic media, Fine Arts Literature Art Center (FALAC) was founded as the first contemporary art institution in Wuhan. FALAC once played an important role and served multiple functions in Wuhan. It organized many contemporary art exhibitions, such as the Documentary Exhibition of Fine Arts, etc. It also edited and published Fine Arts Literature, which is one of the most important journals on contemporary art in China. Meanwhile, based on the development process of contemporary art, Fine Arts Literature Art Center collects artworks and collates and studies art literature materials（documentation）. It is committed to promoting and supporting young artists and experimental art. With a local-oritation and an international perspective, she used to attend national and international art fairs, CIGE, ArtBeijing, Beijing Contemporary, Art021 Shanghai and Art Basel HK as the exhibitor. The gallery hold solo exhibitions such as Sky: Works by Zeng Fanzhi (2005), Unhappy: Works by Gong Jian (2007), Lantern: Li Jikai solo exhibition (2010), Shi Jingsong Solo Exhibition (2018), Deng Wei Solo Exhibition (2018) and Shen Qin·Documents 1989-2019 (2019), Cloudy Water: Liu Qinghe solo exhibition (2021), Sensing Machine: Zheng Da solo exhibition (2022), Boring Man: Zhang Wei Solo Exhibition (2022) etc. Meanwhile, she organized some art projects like Free Activity - YoungArtists Project, Multimedia Art Week etc.
Building18, Ever Grande Mansion, No.716 Peace Avenue,
Wuchang District, Wuhan 430061, China
Tel: +86 27 88916241 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org