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Visiting “Painting/Living” before Going out Sketching: Research Art Exhibition by Lin Gang

Visiting “Painting/Living” before Going out Sketching: Research Art Exhibition by Lin Gang

As a tradition and characteristic of the Central Academy of Fine Arts, this will enhance the students’ abilities in observing and portraying life as well as their expressive languages.
Starting from the Body: Marc Quinn’s “Under the Skin” Exhibition at the CAFA Art Museum

Starting from the Body: Marc Quinn’s “Under the Skin” Exhibition at the CAFA Art Museum

CAFA Art Museum presents a selection of work by the acclaimed British artist Marc Quinn which is the artist’s first solo museum show in China and the exhibits have been drawn from across his 30-year career to explore his enduring interest in identity from multiple series of his oeuvre. With...
From Dusk through to Dawn: Studying Abroad in France and Developments in Oil Painting in China

From Dusk through to Dawn: Studying Abroad in France and Developments in Oil Painting in China

“PIONEERING: Chinese Artists Abroad in France and Chinese Modern Art (1911-1949)” will remain on view till March 3.
“Zeng Zhushao Sculpture Fellowship”: An Overview of Developing Traces of Sculpture by Chinese Youths

“Zeng Zhushao Sculpture Fellowship”: An Overview of Developing Traces of Sculpture by Chinese Youths

As the first national sculpture scholarship in the history of modern Chinese sculpture, it has reached a junction in its ten-year journey.
Authentic Individuals under Collectivism: Exhibition “Steel Home Still” Tells a Chinese Story in Venice

Authentic Individuals under Collectivism: Exhibition “Steel Home Still” Tells a Chinese Story in Venice

As the title Steel Home Still suggests, the No.3 Blast Furnace Museum will continue to record the future Shougang and urban memory...
Winds of Change in Forty Years: “Breakthrough and Return” of Chinese Ink Paintings

Winds of Change in Forty Years: “Breakthrough and Return” of Chinese Ink Paintings

There is no doubt that ink and wash is an important cultural resource for our participation in international dialogue today. Throughout the 40 years of reform and opening up, ink and wash art has never stopped exploring the epochal trends.
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Pearl Lam Galleries present "A Material Lineage" featuring works by mother and daughter Chinese artists Pang Tao and Lin Yan

Pearl Lam Galleries present “A Material Lineage” featuring works by mother and daughter Chinese artists Pang Tao and Lin Yan

With works that span over half a century by two generations of artists from one family, dating back to as early as the 1960s and up to the present, the exhibition is built on spatial and temporal...
Platform China-droom project space presents "The Hidden Ghost" in Beijing

Platform China-droom project space presents “The Hidden Ghost” in Beijing

Jointly initiated by Wang Jiang × The Crowd, it invites ten artists to interact and collaborate. Taking Theodore Adorno's statement as an introduction, the exhibition puts forward a fact that should be faced and accepted: art has been permeated and presupposed by the logic of commodity production since it’s produced.
Fou Gallery announces Han Qin’s solo exhibition "Ethereal Evolution" to be presented in New York

Fou Gallery announces Han Qin’s solo exhibition “Ethereal Evolution” to be presented in New York

Han Qin focuses on and concerns herself with people's spiritual changes caused by relocation, migration, and other turbulent changes, either as individuals or within a group. Her works are ethereal—light but meaningful—and come in the form of digital art, printmaking, and performance art.
HdM Gallery announces "Wu Ji" featuring the work by Haitian painter Manuel Mathieu

HdM Gallery announces “Wu Ji” featuring the work by Haitian painter Manuel Mathieu

Following breakthrough shows in London, Paris and Chicago, the exhibition will be a unique opportunity to see his work in China. ‘Wu Ji’ will open on March 22nd and will be on display until April 27th 2019.
Power Station of Art presents "Luis Chan" in Shanghai

Power Station of Art presents “Luis Chan” in Shanghai

The Shanghai exhibition will fully retrospect Chan’s different career stages, displaying more than 100 of his works that cover genres such as landscape, portrait, abstract and collage, to reveal his diversified and unrestricted artistic creativity that is unclassifiable.
Fan Di’an: Brief Greeting to Arata Isozaki

Fan Di’an: Brief Greeting to Arata Isozaki

Within the international architectural world, Mr. Arata Isozaki is a master of architecture who attaches great importance to academic and scientific contexts while also being full of speculative ideals. He has a deep understanding of the inner development clues of modern architecture, further he has questioned the existing concepts and forms of architectural design with...
PIFO Gallery presents German contemporary artist Franz Ackermann’s first solo exhibition in mainland China

PIFO Gallery presents German contemporary artist Franz Ackermann’s first solo exhibition in mainland China

Franz Ackermann was born in 1963. He was awarded a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) in 1990, he is well-known for the psychedelic, vibrant paintings and immersive installations.
Maggi Hambling: The Essence of Painting is an Experience of Body

Maggi Hambling: The Essence of Painting is an Experience of Body

“FOR BEAUTY IS NOTHING BUT THE BEGINNING OF TERROR” is an exhibition that stretches over her lifelong creations and showcases about 60 Maggi Hambling’s works from the 1960s to the present day, including oil paintings, ink, graphite, charcoal drawings as well as a number of wooden sculptures.
Zhang Wenrong—A Man from Northwest China Who Attempts to Flood the Gobi Desert with Art

Zhang Wenrong—A Man from Northwest China Who Attempts to Flood the Gobi Desert with Art

Zhang Wenrong comes from the Northwest China. He was born in 1982 in the city of Zhangye in Gansu Province. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Sichuan Fine Arts Institute. He is mainly engaged in painting, film and animation production as well as art installation.
The Controversy Aroused by the Plagiarism Accusation Against Ye Yongqing: How “deep” an influence could art be?

The Controversy Aroused by the Plagiarism Accusation Against Ye Yongqing: How “deep” an influence could art be?

It’s nearly a month since Chinese artist Ye Yongqing was exposed to the public by Christian Silvain, a Belgian artist that claimed that Ye has plagiarized his works for over 30 years. Although it has caused a sensation in China, most of the public think that there are no reports in Chinese with credible news...
Galerie Urs Meile announces "The Code of Physiognomy & Shenyang Night: Wang Xingwei Solo Exhibitions" opening on March 21

Galerie Urs Meile announces “The Code of Physiognomy & Shenyang Night: Wang Xingwei Solo Exhibitions” opening on March 21

Wang Xingwei's creations has always been cleverly arranged together with seemingly unrelated elements, and his imagination often gives the picture a witty taste.
"Beyond Boundaries" features dynamic art practices from CAFA and the Slade School of Fine Art in London

“Beyond Boundaries” features dynamic art practices from CAFA and the Slade School of Fine Art in London

The exhibition features recent work, ranging from painting to sculpture and to new digital media, by leading names in British and Chinese art; including Liu Xiaodong, Phyllida Barlow, Sui Jianguo, Dryden Goodwin, Xu Bing and Lisa Milroy.