Vitamin Creative Space

Vitamin Creative Space is a contemporary art organization based in Guangzhou, China. It was founded in 2002 by Zhang Wei and Hu Fang with the aim of fostering cultural exchange and experimentation in the Chinese art world. The organization operates as both a gallery and a platform for research, education, and publishing.

In addition to its exhibition program, Vitamin Creative Space has initiated a number of collaborative projects and partnerships with institutions both in China and internationally. These have included the 2013 edition of the Venice Biennale, where the organization curated the Chinese Pavilion, as well as the ongoing Folk Archive project, which seeks to document and preserve Chinese folk art practices.

Vitamin Creative Space has played an important role in shaping the contemporary art landscape in China, particularly in Guangzhou, where it is based. Through its programming and advocacy, the organization has helped to promote new and alternative models for artistic expression and exchange in the region.

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  • Location
  • Guangzhou
  • Beijing