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China Institute
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New York University- Department of Performance Studies
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P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center
Participant Inc.
Performance Space 122
Saatchi & Saatchi, 375 Hudson
Salon 94
Smith-Stewart Gallery/ Fruit and Flower Deli
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Storefront for Art and Architecture
Swiss Institute ??“ Contemporary Art
The Bronx Museum of the Arts
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The Highline Ballroom
The Hudson Theatre at Millennium Broadway Hotel
The Jewish Museum
The Judson Memorial Church
The Kitchen
The Museum of Chinese in the Americas
The Studio Museum in Harlem
The Studio Museum in Harlem
The Whitney Museum of American Art
White Box
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Chambers Fine Art
Deitch Studios
Fruit & Flower Deli
Greene Naftali Gallery
James Cohan Gallery
Metro Pictures
Smith-Stewart Gallery

Other Venues:
141 Division Street, 8th Floor
508 West 25th St.
590 Madison Avenue (The Atrium)
Clocktower Gallery
Columbia University ??“ School of Arts
Dexter Sinister
Joe's Pub
MoMA - The Museum of Modern Art
National Museum of the American Indian
Public Spaces in Long Island City near P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center
Second Life
Stephan Weiss Studio
The Box
The New School
Tribeca Grand Hotel Screening Room
Washington Square Park
World Financial Center, 80 Pine Street, One New York Plaza, and 60 Wall Street
Zipper Theater

Chambers Fine Art
210 11th Avenue, 4th Fl
New York, NY 10001 USA
tel: 212 414 1169
fax: 212 414 1192

Established in New York in 2000, Chambers Fine Art was one of the first galleries to specialize in contemporary Chinese art in the United States. From the beginning its focus was not on the large group of oil painters who largely catered to a western market but to the rising generation of artists who utilized video, photography, performance and conceptual approaches in their exploration of life in China in the twenty-first century. Among the prominent artists associated with Chambers Fine Art should be mentioned Ai Weiwei, Wang Jianwei, Lu Shengzhong and Qiu Zhijie who came to prominence in the 1990s and younger artists such as Zheng Guogu, Wu Jian??™an and Shi Jinsong.

From the beginning Chambers Fine Art believed that it was important to document the work of this rising generation of artists. To this end it worked with leading scholars in the field such as Wu Hung, well known as a curator in numerous biennial exhibitions (Shanghai, Gwangju etc.) and Robert Harrist (Jane and Leopold Swergold Professor of Chinese Art History, Columbia University) who has recently completed the introduction for the forthcoming exhibition Opposites Attract: Lu Shengzhong's "Square Earth Round Heaven"). The catalogues are generally designed by the artists.