The exhibition focuses on Zhu’s apartment art by incorporating installations and paintings from 1979 up to the present day. Over 20 works will be divided into three sections, with each section occupying its own separate yet interlinked space, including the basement of the gallery.
With 29 works from over 23 artists from all continents, spanning such various forms as paintings, interactive installations, photography, video, among others, the works are selected from the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Collection...
It presents a new series of seven major oil paintings created in the last two years, reflecting a shift in the artist’s thinking away from his earlier attempts to mediate between realism and conceptualism, in favor of a more objective search for the roots of his artistic practice.
This collaborative programme led by Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA) brings together five distinct art organisations across the UK, to show a diverse range of art works and new commissions from some of the most exciting female artists working in mainland China.
This exhibition reviews Rolfe’s artistic practice through his past work, site-specific photographs and pieces recently created at the museum. In addition to 20 photos of performance art, the exhibition also presents important video works by the artist.
This exhibition sorts out and displays over 100 pieces of Xu Beihong which were landmarks of the times with great historical value. They are divided into three parts. The exhibition remains on view till March 4.
Love is the origin of art, and the core character of medicine. The old painters do not only show the audience the understanding and expression of love, but also the essence of thought after years of sedimentation.
The exhibition will present two Chinese artists, Zhang Xiaogang and Wang Guangyi, who are now part of the international art scene. They emerged in the 1980s when independent Chinese art was formed in unofficial circles in several epicenters based on fragmentary information from scarcely available materials on Western art.
During the period of the exhibition of “Portraits of the Times”, Wang Yingsheng was interviewed by CAFA ART INFO, and talked about the two different modes of the creation of portraits...
During the long agricultural years, traditional Chinese paper-cutting formed multi-ethnic cultural...
This installation, Light of Heaven, was created specifically for the Art Institute’s galleries. It consists of a set of pillars painted with layers of ink wash along with a number of landscape paintings—all inspired by the mythological Mount Kunlun, home to many Chinese gods and goddesses.
Without exaggerating ups and downs or life and death in the work, Han nevertheless raises a worth-thinking question: do we modern people all look forward to the very last remaining relic of boredom?