Tang Contemporary Art

Since its founding in Bangkok in 1997, Tang Contemporary Art has opened five spaces in Beijing, Hong Kong and Bangkok to promote the development of experimental art in different regions. In the past 20 years, Tang Contemporary Art has organized groundbreaking exhibitions in its gallery spaces, and also cooperated with important art institutions in China and abroad to accomplish outstanding art projects. The gallery strives to initiate dialogue between artists, curators, collectors and institutions working both locally and internationally. A roster of groundbreaking exhibitions has earned Tang Contemporary Art internationally renowned recognition, establishing its status as a pioneer of the contemporary art scene in Asia.

1st Gallery Space: D06, 798 Art Zone,Chaoyang District, Beijing

2nd Gallery Space: B01, 798 Art Zone,Chaoyang District, Beijing


Zhao Zhao: White


“White” is Zhao Zhao’s first solo show of 2020 and a continuation of his “Green” exhibition at Song Art Museum. In contrast to his western trilogy (“Taklamakan,” “Desert Camel,” and “In Extremis”), this new sequence or story, which begins with a change in color, is no longer limited by place or time; the issues of vision and direction become broader and more majestic, and the sense of time and place in the work are elongated. If “Green” was the preface, then “White” is the most important introduction to Zhao Zhao’s new action. The color itself symbolizes the first ray of white light after the end of the primal chaos—it is the pure beginning to all things.

“White” only has one work, one element. From cotton, the piece extends into an earth shaking period in history, and all past events and symbols recede and disappear into the artistic form. Here, white encompasses everything and nothing. The exhibition, curated by CuiCancan,will open on May 20, 2020.