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Green Rock and the Magic Mountain
June 5 - July 17, 2024 Private view: 4 June, 6-9 pm

Green Rock and the Magic Mountain

Green Rock and The Magic Mountain, the second exhibition since Mandy Zhang Art opened its new Marylebone gallery space, invites viewers to immerse themselves in a fantastical dreamscape created by Tung and inspired by a Classical Chinese folktale written by the legendary writer Pu Songling. Tung uses her sculptural installations and works on paper to create The Green Hill (青丘), home to the Nine-tails Fox in the folktale, where myth, nature, reality and magic intertwine and everything can grow, change, and evolve without any human-imposed boundaries.

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Bruises
12 April - 24 May, 2024

Bruises

Mandy Zhang Art is excited to announce Bruises, Can Sun’s inaugural solo exhibition in the UK, and the first showcase in our new gallery space at 16 Seymour Place, London, W1H 7NG. Launching on the 12th of April 2024, Bruises will feature Sun's latest series of evocative photography works, complemented by his latest sculptures, marking a significant debut for both the artist and our newly established gallery.

Better Than Yesterday
23 February - 05 April, 2024 Opening Evening: 22 February 18:00 - 20:00 434 King's Rd, London SW10 0LJ

Better Than Yesterday

Better Than Yesterday brings together the contrasting yet complementary artistic visions of Li Yin and Kaja Stumpf, engaging with themes of memory, identity, and the passage of time. Through their distinctive practices, the artists explore the impact of societal forces on individuality and the transformative power of art in reclaiming personal narratives.

Ten Fingers Connected to the Heart
Opening: 6pm-9pm, 19th Jan 2024 Duration: 12pm-6pm, 20th-22nd Jan 2024 Location: Mandy Zhang Art, 22 Seymour Place, London W1H 7NJ

Ten Fingers Connected to the Heart

Ten Fingers Connected to the Heart is a multi-media group exhibition which explores the complexity of intimacy where love and conflict are tightly interwoven. Intimate relationships can be warm, caring, and gentle, but at the same time, they can be firmly attached, even brutally. What makes you feel you care for your close friend or family member? Isn't it justifying violence under the name of love? Focusing on the intricateness and contradiction of intimacy, this exhibition illustrates the liminal moments that can happen in intimate relationships, which can be easily found in East Asia's hierarchical domestic cultures.

Out of the Woods
17 November - 23 December, 2023

Out of the Woods

Birds scatter in the sky, Nesting high, alone they lie. Rain rushes to the valley's deep, In quiet pools, its secrets keep

Serena Huang : 
I Saw A Sun And A Moon
 As I Entered Between
 The 7th And 8th Rib
1 September – 15 October, 2023

Serena Huang : I Saw A Sun And A Moon As I Entered Between The 7th And 8th Rib

Opening Event: Friday, 1 September 2023, 6-9pm, RSVP here Artist Serena Huang in conversation with the gallery Director Mandy Zhang at 7pm

The Healing Power of Art and Music
6 - 8 PM, THURSDAY, 1 JUNE 2023 16 Waterloo Place, St. James's, London SW1Y 4AR

The Healing Power of Art and Music

Mandy Zhang Art is proud to announce The Healing Power of Art and Music, a charity art sale at Iconic Image Gallery to support the charity "Our Dementia Choir". The event aims to raise funds to support people living with dementia and their families through the power of music.

Self Space
Artscope: Aid Ukraine 2023

Self Space

Mandy Zhang Art is very proud to announce a collaboration with Artscope Aid, Artscope: Aid Ukraine 2023, a campaign centred around a silent auction of artworks, with proceeds donated to the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal.

A Glimpse of Evolving Chinese Painting
18 November - 22 December 2022

A Glimpse of Evolving Chinese Painting

Mandy Zhang Art is delighted to announce its first exhibition with 5 Chinese artists, on view from Thursday, 17th November, 2022.

Mua 無我
18 November - 22 December 2022

Mua 無我

Mandy Zhang Art is delighted to present Mua 無我, a group exhibition featuring selected works from Yeonju Son, Yoonjoong Cho, and Helen Brough.