(Selection)

2011 - “Petite fugue normande en Yehudi Menuhin” in La Libre Belgique.

2010 - “Samedi Coup de cœur” in “Best of Verviers”.

2006 - “Platform For Urban Investigation” in “China Urban Magazine”.

- “Factor 44 1996 - 2006 Les Jours Fixes” in Belgium.

2005 - Film “People On Move” by FEDASIL.

2003 - “Toneel uit alle windstreken” in ‘Gazet Van Antwerpen’.

- “Voor De Dag” by ‘VRT Radio 1’.

- A report of the opening of the art project “When The Moon Waxed Red – Experiments with truth and reconciliation No.2” by ATV.

2001 - “Kunst in Belgie na 1975” by Florent Bex. (Mercatorfonds)

- “De Vogel En De Isoleercel” in ‘De Limburger’.

- “Secret Gardens” in ‘De Belleman’.

- “Secret Gardens in Oud-Rekem” in ‘De Weekkrant’.

- “De waanzin achterna” in ‘Het Belang van Limburg’.

- “Verborgen tussen privé-groen. Openluchttentoonstelling in Oud-Rekem.” in ‘De  Morgen’.

2000 - A documentary film composed by Marilyn Watelet, broadcasted on RTBF and VRT Canvas.

1999 - “Kunstenfestivaldesarts 1999” (video) organized by Dito’Dito & Transquinquennal in Brussels.

- “Het voordeel van de onzuiverheid” in ‘Wereldwijd’ nr.299 in Belgium.

- A review by Stef Van Bellingen

- A review by Johan Pas

- “Ecoutez-moi, je suis la, pres de vous” in ‘Le Soir’.

- “Artiesten uit den vreemde” in ‘Het Nieuwsblad, (ed. Brussel-Halle-Vilvorde)’.

- “De wortels van de avocado gevoed” in ‘De Morgen’.

- “Sept jours pour interpeller Bruxelles” in ‘Le Matin’.

- “Vlaamse kunst in Odapark” in “Het Belang van Limburg”.

- “België staat centraal in Odapark” in “Stichting Odapark”.

1997 - An essay “Shanglie Zhou - Beyond ‘Landscape’and ‘Face’ ” by Everlyn Nicodemus in ‘Third Text’ nr.37 (winter 1996-1997) in London.

- “Shanglie Zhou legt kunst tussen vlees in Delhaize” in ‘Gazet van Antwerpen’.

- “Tussen kippenborst en varkenspoot - Shanglie Zhou stelt tentoon in Delhaize Hippodroom” in ‘Het belang van Limburg’.

- “De vleeshouwster” in ‘De Morgen’.

1996 - Review “From Exclusion to Framing” by Everlyn Nicodemus in ‘Third Text’ nr.35 (summer issue) in London.



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