October 2013 marks the 3-year anniversary of the establishment of Shanghai Longmen Art Projects, and with the success and growth of our business, we will relocate to the heart of Shanghai’s cultural epicenter – Tian An Centre, No. 338 Nanjing West Road, a modern office tower adjacent to Renmin Park, home for the Shanghai Museum, Shanghai Grand Theater, and Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA). What really sets the new space apart from the salon-style space of the Sinan Mansions era (from 2010-2013) is that Longmen Art Projects’ new gallery space will be divided into three sections: Walasse Ting Gallery & Archives, Contemporary Gallery, and Gallery of Represented Artists. All three spaces are connected; yet offer the ability to present independent shows of modern and contemporary art. This allows Longmen Art Projects to elevate to a higher level of art management for the future.