These paintings Zhu Yancun has created in recent years, have shown an introverted low-profile tone with plain and realistic composition, a concise relationship.
The first part of the exhibition features the works and documents related to the books and education under the creation of Xu Bing, while the second part is...
It is titled as “The Blue Hole” that originates from a special ocean phenomenon: the roughly circular, steep-walled depressions, named for the dramatic contrast between the dark blue, deep waters of their depths and the lighter blue of the shallows around them, were caused by rising sea level during past ice ages...
In an attempt to extend and deepen his previous collage works, this time Xu creates a mysterious and surreal spectacle through juxtaposition of different natural elements. He encourages audience to witness his works from new perspectives so as to contemplate on what is beyond material reality.
Zhang Ruyi uses architectural space as her canvas or drawing table. Her work is physical and specific but also surreal and metaphoric at the same time. She transforms space by inverting, twisting, and replicating its forms, or the language of that space, and its understood or working relationship with reality into a new architecture that...
Do those parts which have been constantly produced have their own logic? Do they have a central nervous system? Do they have life? At the moment of that electrical spark, in the place where eyes could not reach, is there an invisible big bang in their universe?
Qiu Zhijie, Dean of the School of Experimental Art, CAFA, presided over the lecture. This lecture is part of the first EAST (Education, Art, Science and Technology) Season, held by CAFA in 2017.
Factory Dining Hall is a one-person theater (onsite narration) and an extension of Radical Space’s “Difang work.” The work originated in preparatory research done in 2016 at several nationally owned cotton mills in Zhengzhou, Henan province.
It is named after Graham’s “Greatest Hits, On Going”, a music playlist he has been compiling over several years and it offers a complete overview of the artist’s history of artistic creation over fifty years with more than 20 pieces.
Accompanied by video and material documentation of the artists’ processes, Luminous Shadows presses on the question of agency and medium at the heart of the Shadow Cave lore. Does the power of images derive from the object of representation, material constitution, spatial and ritual contexts, or the devotion of the maker or beholder?
After this year’s jury discussed and reviewed the 24 submitted written proposals, it announced that the 2017 critic award is to be presented to Lu Mingjun, Associate Professor of Art History at Art College, Sichuan University.
He explores human nature as it exists on the fringes of society, seeking different methods of image-making in order to construct a solemn and direct experience of events that bridge the past to the present.