The artist deals with names, naming, (incorrect) addressing, attributions, identity formation, and related to this, with clichés, cultural translations, and misunderstandings. Yang invokes stereotypical notions of "Chinese" and "Austrian" in equal measure and examines to what extent they are nonetheless part of collective imaginations.
Laden down with his heavy equipment, like pioneering photographers of the nineteenth century he traveled to remote locations that were associated with these ancient lyrics, photographing landscapes and evocative details that were remarkable for their poetic intensity.
It is an experimental project that the artist, Kazushi Nakada produce art objects with participants and attempt to preserve the objects and their memory eternally.
The artists featured in the exhibition contest the symbolic castration of women and reclaim the abilities fundamentally denied them.
This exhibition presents more than forty artworks, along with Kusama’s signature pumpkin and polka-dots, Infinity Mirrored Room as well as her latest painting series, My Eternal Soul will be on view.
The exhibition showcases works by renowned Gutai, Danseakhwa and Chinese abstract artists. It will be also shown at Whitestone Gallery Taipei in September 2019, then at Karuizawa Art Museum in April 2020 and then it will travel to Tang Contemporary Art Beijing in September 2020.
As a woman, she picks up art weapons, attacks unbalanced gender relationships and continues to question the fate of the female. As a person chasing freedom, she was reluctantly reborn with pain, from healing the wounds of life to releasing spiritual freedom, which remind us of what true vitality really is.
This exhibition strives to catalogue the various shifts in the artist’s sculpture creations and conceptual system over the previous decade, including nearly one hundred works in sculpture, 3D printing, documentary materials, sketches, videos and documentary films.
It presents nearly 300 works by more than 130 of the world’s most renowned photographic artists, offering a complex and sprawling vision of contemporary life. The images gathered here, produced in the past 25 years, speak to the changes brought about by globalization, and draw attention both to the increasing amount...
The set of striking mostly large woodblock prints on show were made between 2013 and 2018. The grinning and grimacing bald heads, a recurring theme is his work, point to the artist's concerns for ordinary people struggling to keep hold of an individual identity in contemporary societies, both East and West.
The exhibition is presented with two clues: documentary and works for discussion on Zheng Jin’s oeuvre.
Examining the contemporary zeitgeist from a new perspective, the exhibition addresses such issues as urban humanism and street culture and promises to offer Chinese viewers an unprecedented experience of contemporary art.