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  • P in Shanghai, China

    The P was held by an artist to represent the first letter in his name. To be different than the other performances he has seen he climbed up a pole and held the letter in the mix of what he called “a sea of words and advertisements.”

  • Love in Qibao, Shanghai, China

    Love Chinese artist and entrepreneur John Zhang Long came up with the word love, something that’s a reoccurring theme in his life. He mentioned the love to his children, his second home in Los Angeles, which he found in the 1990s, as well as his love towards art and painting.

  • Vile in Shanghai, China

    Vile Performed on a bridge in the center of Shanghai, the word vile was held as a strong statement of the poor water quality in the rivers running through the city of Shanghai and the city’s lack of efforts to clean them up. Many locals have spoken out against the Read more [...]

  • Alive in Shanghai, China

    Alive In the middle of one of Shanghai’s wealthiest neighborhoods, out front of Miu Miu, the city is alive. Business men and women run to and from work and the city’s chicest shoppers come to spend the evening at the local boutiques and luxury flagship stores.

  • Haze in Shanghai, China

    A new area changing the visual landscape of the city, WestBund has become a favorite place for local and visiting creatives. Museum, green spaces, galleries and many other places have recently popped up and drawing international businesses to move in as well. However, one thing that remains from the old Read more [...]

  • 3D in Shanghai, China

    Now an affluent entertainment district of Shanghai, Xintiandi underwent major redevelopment, during which about 3,500 Shanghainese families got displaced. The urban renewal is considered one of the first examples of the place making approach China has taken in the recent years. Xintiandi is home to some of the most expensive apartments in Read more [...]

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