He Xiangyu

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21/05/2019 10:00 - 26/05/2019 17:00

He Xiangyu

Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA)
Address: Market Buildings, 13 Thomas St, Manchester M4 1EU

solo exhibition: He Xiangyu at cfcca uk

CFCCA present an exhibition of works from He Xiangyu’s Lemon Project, and the premier of his new film Sylvain.

He Xiangyu is based in Berlin and Beijing. His practice revolves around ideas of perception and how this has evolved and changed in today’s globalised and commercialised society.

Exhibition ends 21st July

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