Founded by Lu Jie in the 798 Art District of Beijing in 2002, Long March Space plays a vital role in pursuing new avenues of production, discourse and promotion of contemporary art in China. Its 2500 square meters space provides a leading exhibition venue to progressively showcase intellectually and culturally significant works. Working to advance the careers of over twenty artists, the gallery values the well-established artists as its great asset and continually scouts for emerging talents. Long March Space has produced more than a hundred exhibitions and projects since its formation in 2002. The gallery tirelessly revolutionizes the ways in which art is perceived and presented, offering one of the most comprehensive resource platforms for the local arts community in China.
798 Art District, 4 Jiuxianqiao Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing