A year ago, the owner of an art gallery in Shanghai decided to try his hand at a major Chinese art exhibition, and he didn’t even have the capital to get started.
Instead, the gallery owner hired a friend and fellow Shanghai artist to produce a project.
The idea was to show off a piece of art, and to sell it on the Internet for between $300 and $400, depending on the size of the display, as well as on how well it performed.
To get started, the exhibition, called Chicano: The World of Art in the Contemporary Era, needed about 500 square meters of space in the gallery and about 6,000 square meters in the showroom.
That was the size and layout of the exhibition space, which was only slightly larger than a soccer field, and had a floor space of about 300 square meters.
In the end, the show got approved by the government’s art advisory council, which then approved the gallery to display the work, which is now part of a major exhibition.
According to the gallery, the project is still in its early stages, and it’s working on a number of details, but it’s been a successful one.
The exhibit’s opening was held on January 26, 2019, and the gallery is selling artworks through various online platforms.
According to the official Shanghaiist blog, the work was produced using a technique called “chicanomics,” which involves drawing the lines of the artist’s body, hair, and eye color in order to create a realistic, stylized appearance.
As the website explains, “Chicanoomics” is the “original art artform that took a long time to be mastered.”
“In this way, it’s also a very contemporary artform, but also has a very authentic look and feel,” the blog states.