Over the past few years, photographer Denis Cherim has been steadily building up his ‘Coincidence Project’, a personal series that compiles an inventory of chance encounters in his everyday surroundings.
Dong Yugan uses brick to form sculptural surfaces and playful structures at Red Brick Art Museum
This museum in Beijing takes its name from the red brick used by architect Dong Yugan to create spaces that are dramatically illuminated by skylights, perforations and narrow windows incorporated into its homogenous masonry surfaces. Red Brick Art Museum is a folk-based, non-profit art museum showcasing Chinese and world art, which was founded by collectors Yan Shijie and Cao Mei, and opened in 2014. The museum is located in the Chinese capital’s Chaoyang district, northeast of the city centre. It covers a total area of 20,000 square metres, with almost 10,000 square metres of exhibition space.