Banyan House - BAM
Banyan House - BAM

BMCA is a proud supporter of the Banyan Art Map-ping (BAM) Project in Hangzhou.

A non-profit project, BAM Project is dedicated to identifying and supporting gifted young artists.

BAM Project’s committee selects excellent young artists through a process of in-depth interviewing and real-time objective tracking. BAM cooperates with several professional art media organizations and art institutions to organize art events such as salons, residence projects, exhibitions and forums, which provide an open, free and professional platform for young artists to communicate and share ideas, while providing curators, galleries, art institutions and other actors in the field with access to highly talented by still relatively unknown artists.  

BAM Project is working to assist the development of Chinese Contemporary Art through discussing and researching the connection between art work and geography, and promoting the creation of a local art ecosystem by building up a more diverse art environment.

BMCA is a proud supporter of the Banyan Art Map-ping (BAM) Project in Hangzhou.

A non-profit project, BAM Project is dedicated to identifying and supporting gifted young artists.

BAM Project’s committee selects excellent young artists through a process of in-depth interviewing and real-time objective tracking. BAM cooperates with several professional art media organizations and art institutions to organize art events such as salons, residence projects, exhibitions and forums, which provide an open, free and professional platform for young artists to communicate and share ideas, while providing curators, galleries, art institutions and other actors in the field with access to highly talented by still relatively unknown artists.  

BAM Project is working to assist the development of Chinese Contemporary Art through discussing and researching the connection between art work and geography, and promoting the creation of a local art ecosystem by building up a more diverse art environment.

BMCA is a proud supporter of the Banyan Art Map-ping (BAM) Project in Hangzhou.

A non-profit project, BAM Project is dedicated to identifying and supporting gifted young artists.

BAM Project’s committee selects excellent young artists through a process of in-depth interviewing and real-time objective tracking. BAM cooperates with several professional art media organizations and art institutions to organize art events such as salons, residence projects, exhibitions and forums, which provide an open, free and professional platform for young artists to communicate and share ideas, while providing curators, galleries, art institutions and other actors in the field with access to highly talented by still relatively unknown artists.  

BAM Project is working to assist the development of Chinese Contemporary Art through discussing and researching the connection between art work and geography, and promoting the creation of a local art ecosystem by building up a more diverse art environment.

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