The exhibition features a group of seven new light works, building on Erizku's tradition of working in neon and simultaneously referencing the indelible history and iconic significance of neon signage in Hong Kong's streets and skyline.
Based on their working and creative experiences, these five guests discussed the relationship between art and architecture, the inspiration that stem from different fields such as engineering, design, geography, and art, as well as the process of getting inspired.
The first solo presentation of the artist’s work in Asia since a traveling exhibition in Australia in 1985, this show traces the evolution of Guston’s forms, shedding light on the most prolific three decades of his long career.
It will include various mediums – painting, sculpture, installation, animation and interactive art, combining with science and technology, bioengineering, neural networks, AI and interactive games.
By transforming the architectural spaces through jarring reflections and fascinating labyrinths that disrupt the viewers’ sense of balance and orientation, the artist invites us to question our normal perception of everyday experience.
Richard Serra is among the leading artists of his generation. Known for his large-scale, site-specific sculptures, the artist has consistently produced drawings throughout his decades long career.
In the lecture, John Baines studied the relief patterns in the ancient Egyptian palettes, and used the decorative form of other Egyptian artifacts as circumstantial evidence in his presentation.
Dense layering is one device of expression Ma uses for showing Ma's painting process. To him, all colours fall into two groups: those that are transparent and those not. On top and underneath, visible and invisible, colours in various ways of juxtaposition come into being in the painting...
This exhibition extends XU ZHEN®’s persistent interest in subjects such as transforming, iterating and evolving the civilisation within the context of post-globalisation. As “Alien” is constructing an impression of the thrilling and the unknown, this exhibition will inspire the viewers’ imagination about future and primitivity.
This show is comprised of recent paintings from the artist’s ongoing series, “Lucy” and a video work, “Dance, Tattoo, Data Carnival”.
The exhibition follows a series of paintings and installation works created by Fu in the past three years, from which the artist’s advancement and exploration in his own creative context is reflected.
It will show major works drawn from Xu Bing's artistic career since the 1980s. The exhibition is curated by UCCA Director Philip Tinari and independent curator Feng Boyi.