Curated by Yu Fei, the exhibition marks the first solo exhibition of the London-based young artist in China. Artworks from 2016 till now including mixed media in 2D, sculpture and installation will altogether create a party that integrates different inorganic and organic properties, which is an active intervention made by Tian Mu from backstage...
It includes many artists not shown previously in the UK including seminal figures Wang Youshen, Yu Hong, Lin Tianmao and Xiang Jing, as well as a new generation of practitioners Shen Xin, aaajiao, Li Binyuan, Ma Qiusha and Zhao Zhao.
The exhibition title, Revelation, is taken from Pang's notable series Revelation of Bronze that she began in the early 1980s and continued into the new millennium. The series serves as a significant point of departure when Pang consciously moved away from realism towards full abstraction.
Over 40 paintings, prints, videos and on-site paintings that constitute the exhibition provide a review of the artist’s upbringing, life and mental progress as well as an observation on his artistic evolvement via the experience and perspective of an individual life.
New York based artist Daniel Arsham’s aesthetic revolves around his concept of fictional archaeology. Working in sculpture, architecture, drawing and film, he creates and crystallizes ambiguous in-between spaces or situations, and further stages what he refers to as future relics of the present.
The exhibition, titled “Freeing Architecture”, expresses that Ishigami never succumb to traditional forms and methods, instead of that, he freely explores and update the new definition of architecture.
A total of 123 works of calligraphy were exhibited, including 8 works by calligraphy masters from the collection of CAFA Art Museum, 16 rubbings from the collection of CAFA Library, 3 works of calligraphy and 29 masterpieces from the collection...
This exhibition explores the way in which the future is now projected less as the rational thinking commonly remembered from the post-war era - advanced machinery, design, and social forms - but once more as a place of amorphous fear, of animals that might take over in artificial landscapes. The future it seems, will again...
Peri develops painting, sculpture, and drawing as three distinct bodies of work. He uses this initial creative separation to provoke unexpected interrelations, attempting to open a space of empathic encounter between the audience and the objects displayed.
As an important perspective in the study of contemporary art, the notion of “site-specificity” was drawn in artist Wang Gongxin’s solo exhibition in The Bunker, which provides an effective entry to Chinese contemporary art research.
The exhibition, which offers a comprehensive overview of the first three decades of Picasso’s career, includes 103 works drawn entirely from the collection of the the Musée national Picasso-Paris, which trace Picasso’s development from childhood to middle age.
By obscuring social representations and information, Jiang Zhi’s work attempts to question the consumption of meaning and the ossified modes of its narration and critique. At the same time, the artist uses inner dilemma and human emotion as clues to explore the ambiguity between the self and the other, the isolated and the whole.