Through studying the self-awareness of video in video works, this exhibition develops the discussion on display logic from the ontology of video media. "Oscillation" is not an eclectic attitude, but a kind of vacillating value, a kind of "shock" and "fluctuation".
It showcases 123 artworks by Yuan Yunfu, including the “Thousands of Miles of the Yangtze River”, which was collected by the Palace Museum. The exhibition is not only a commemoration of Mr. Yuan, but it also hopes to pursue the artist’s life path and significance in the art history through interpretations and discussions on his...
It is an exhibition of more than 70 pieces spanning 300 years that fully displays the development of British landscape painting.
For the last ten years, mapping has served multiple functions in Qiu’s artistic practice: as self-conscious gesture, workflow chart, exhibition plan, intellectual exchange, political topology, and cultural research programme.
As an artist focusing on drawing ink and wash art, Du Xiaotong is still expressing his feelings in mountains and rivers. Rather than abandoning tradition, he has been trying to find the new boundary between ink, brushwork and artistic conception, showing his positive attitude in going deep into tradition and explore tradition.
Comprised of a new series of paintings, sculptures, photos and video, the exhibition will present Self’s continuous study on the bodega, inviting audiences to gain a better understanding of Black-American metropolitan life.
Born in 1980s, both media artists think outside of the frameworks of traditional art domains by adopting scenario simulation, microscopic simulation, computer programming, electronic music, and other languages to present young artists’ different...
“Man is an invention of recent date. And one perhaps nearing its end... man will be erased, like a face drawn in the sand at the edge of the sea” This is the 2010 book published by Cary Wolfe, What is Posthumanism? quotes the last paragraph of Michel Foucault’s “The Order of Things”.
Renowned for his adaptation of silkworms within the creative process, Liang skillfully manipulates light, sound, texture and smell, crafting environments monumental and diminutive over which they spin their thread.
Aditya Novali’s new series of work seeks to explore the universal experience of coming to terms with the numerous uncontrollable facets of life. Novali’s inspiration came from his daily occurrences and observations of his sister whom is a person of special needs.
“Another Way of Telling” showcases almost 100 works from the rich, dynamic careers of Anna Fox and Karen Knorr, two leading documentary photographers in the UK.
Yu Honglei’s art delimits an arena in which trust can be established. He attempts to infuse his sculptural language with his connection to the viewer. Then, through his control of sculptural language, he issues to his audience a tender command to look–directing their vision and movement, and even joining them in defining the object that...