His works are constantly challenging and updating the definition and boundary of sculpture. As observing from an aerial view of art history, the artist expands each of his series as a discourse on the nature of sculpture in the contemporary context.
The entire exhibition revolves around ‘the aesthetics of imperfection’ as a tone and starting point. Li Gang’s artistic practice originated in painting, and the language he has developed is unique.
With extra fine brushstrokes, Wu delicately describes the spirituality and immortality of nature’s simplest elements. Wu Didi's works serve as her poetic and pictorial study to examine spirituality in humanity.
On the theme of “outsiders”, the exhibition curator Ye Yongqing explains that: “Zheng Zesheng is an outsider of the art system, his artistic experience and the source has nothing to do with the history of art.”
Wu Xiaowu was born in Zhuzhou Hunan in 1985. Included in the exhibition are his paintings, drawings, sculpture, photos and installations.
They are two old friends, two sculptors, two academy professors, two artists who have followed each other’s career and who admire each other. These are the reasons that led YISHU 8 to organize this exhibition, to initiate this dialogue in the autumn of 2016.
Shadows is the largest installation work collected by the Dia Art Foundation among over 600 artworks by around 40 artists. It opens at Yuz Museum, Shanghai on Saturday, 29th October, 2016.
The exhibition firstly dissects the definitions of “abstraction” and “representation” in both broad and narrow senses, and examines the cognitive gap between modern and contemporary art history.
The inspiration of Lichens derives from Zheng’ s life experience and memory in Jiangnan, China. Lichen is a composite organism arises from algae and cyanobacteria. The hyphae of cyanobacteria wraps ceils of algae and forms the symbiotic relationship with it.
Varying from painting, sculpture, installation and animation, these pieces aim to cast light on the artists’ research into and reflection upon the interplay between art and traditional crafts...
It is the first large-scale retrospective of Anselm Kiefer in China, presenting a total of 87 paintings, sculptures, installations, and photographic works as created by Kiefer since the 1980s, including some of his representative large-sized works.
As a young artist, Daniel Labrosse is establishing himself as an inspired artist that is delivering art which is pure creation while also appealing to everyone. When looking at one of his cityscapes you can find all sorts of ideas expressed, details of people going about their daily life...