“Each individual keeps an eye on, and protects, the other. One individual’s life depends on the life of the other.In Lucy’s work, the warmth of one gives warmth to the other. The physical link weaves a social link.” French urban philosopher Paul Virilo wrote about the Lucy+Jorge Orta’s work “Nexus Architecture”. And this autumn,we will have the opportunity to see their work at 2012 Shanghai Biennale.
This is a fancy combination, Lucy was a fashion designer, and George is an Argentine artist. When Lucy first met Jorge in 1991, was during the Argentine dictatorship.
“One of the things I pay attention to when playing music is to try to wake the people up to their potential, to make positive change.”“我必须要在氛围当中感受听众的能量，我演出的时候注重激发观众的潜力和正能量。”
Vivian WU was born in Shanghai into an acting family – her mother was the famous Shanghainese actress Zhu Manfang. She has been crowned the “sexiest Chinese actress”, while also being recognized by Donna Karan New York “Women Who Inspire” award. People magazine in the US devoted a feature to her ostentatious Shanghai wedding to director/producer Oscar Costo, calling her the most fashionable bride of the year, as well as one of world’s 50 most beautiful people.银幕上的邬君梅（Vivian Wu）性感、神秘，生活中的她，骨子里却透着豪爽和大气。从《末代皇帝》中的文绣到《宋家王朝》里的宋美龄，邬君梅在用灵魂体会每一个角色。
UCCA exhibition to highlight Marcel Duchamp’s work and its influence on contemporary art in China.
The Ullens Center for Contemporary Art is proud to present DUCHAMP and/or/in CHINA, an exhibition featuring works by Marcel Duchamp and Chinese artists influenced by his work. Opening April 27, 2013 and running through June 16, the exhibition centers on Duchamp’s Boîte-en-valise, a “portable museum” consisting of miniature reproductions of his key works, shown for the first time in Beijing. Literally translated “box in a suitcase” this work serves as a centerpiece for the exhibition, with additional context provided by related Duchamp works and works by Chinese artists. Taking its title from the subtitle of the boîte-en-valise itself (“by or of Marcel Duchamp or Rrose Selavy”), this exhibition is both the most comprehensive exhibition of Duchamp’s work yet mounted in China, and an investigation into Duchamp’s lingering influence on the development of contemporary art in China.