No geographical border limits us for expanding our art-centered activities. Pashmin Art, founded by Nour Nouri in 1990, began its activities in art market with exhibiting the works by German artists and continually has expanded it artists from different countries. PASHMIN ART CONSORTIA has expanded its activities with galleries, art magazine, art store, publishing art books, etc. All these, work together to run a sophisticated art management system, open to artists of all countries.
9 April 2022 till 9 May 2022
Opening: 9 April 2022, 2 PM
23 September – 15 February 2022 (extended)
VIP Opening: 23 September, 4 PM
Open to the public: 24 September, 9 AM – 5 AM
Solo exhibition: 29 October 2021till 9 January 2022
For intercultural purposes, Pashmin Art has worked with different art museums and organized grand group exhibitions in different spaces like Museum of Contemporary Art Beijing in China (MoCA Beijing) (exhibiting Western and Chinese artists in different years), Dounan Art museum in Kunming, etc. Pashmin Art usually organizes the museum exhibitions a long time ahead.
The participation of each artist at an art museum has a marvellous affect on the artistic career of the artist. More doors will open for the artists after their works are exhibited ar art museums.
It has also dedicated art works to Vatican museum in Rome.
Focusing on contemporary art, Pashmin Art knows no borders in related disciplines, that is, painting, graphics, drawing, sculpture and photography, video installation, etc. Being present at international art fairs around the world like in the US (including but not limited to New York, Miami, California), Europe (Basel, Madrid, Monaco), and Asia (Shanghai, Beijing, Kunming) Pashmin Art has presented artists with different styles and backgrounds. We believe in the quality of art and how it is presented.
Nowadays the presence of artists in art fairs is conceived to be indispensably important for the establishment in art market. The more an artist’s work is exhibited at art fairs, the higher will the value be. The quality of the art fair and the potential expression of each work play major roles.
Pashmin Art, alongside other art activities, runs galleries in Europe (Hamburg) and China (Beijing, Shanghai, and Chongqing). The locations in China and Germany are designed and selected in special areas for the art lovers with their own group of art collectors and buyers. Apart from being present in other international art markets, Pashmin Art Gallery is one of the leading galleries in China art market. The growing art market in China has convinced Pashmin Art to open its branches in China as one the potential art capitals of the world.
Each gallery exhibition will be curated by the art experts and renowned art critics write about each exhibition and deliver the speeches in the form of lectures.
According to Arts centres Research presented to Arts Council England, “An arts centre: 1. creates different entry points for the public to different art forms and genres; 2. has a creative relationship with artists; 3. has a social dimension and at least one space dedicated to social interaction”.
Pashmin Art has also focused on having exhibitions in art centers. These are ideal places for bring international artists to the public. Apart from big exhibitions areas, there are places for engaging the public in art, either in the form of viewers or creators or those simply engaged in art in one way or another; art centers should also support the artists or art-form developments; “An arts centre’s relationship with the public can be as dynamic as its relationship with artists.
New and Views: World of Art at a Glance Global Art Magazine (GAM) is an online bilingual (English and German) magazine based in Hamburg. It works with renowned art fairs such Art Beijing and Art Paris, etc.
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Pashmin Art Gallery
Pashmin Art Gallery Shanghai
Sheshan Mountain Yinhu Villa
No. 168, Phase 1, Lane 888
Sichen Road, Shanghai, China
No. 330 North Road
Heald Avenue 6 college
“I was really everywhere on the road and then Pashmin Art came to me and through Pashmin Art Gallery I got the opportunity to exhibit internationally. This was for me, as someone standing outside, a great chance.”