The picture above was googled upon (well, Baidu'd, technically) while searching for miscellany related to "Yang Gallery." So I ask now:
Is Yang Gallery the type of place you might be interested in?
798 Art Zone has received its fair share of criticism for being over-commercialized, but plenty of small- and medium-sized galleries there continue to impress, with Yang being one of them. Yesterday, on a day when most galleries and museums can be expected to be closed (Monday), Yang was open (as were [in order of my strolling through them] 798 Photo Gallery, Chuan Cheng Art Center, Sanmu International Art [no website] and the newly opened Art Bridge).
Rebarbative buildings colored the maroon hue of construction -- "progress" -- rise above ghostly figures moving through the swamps and shadows of all that is forgotten, or perhaps never remembered.