“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.
The experimental method is to break the original overprint order of the printing plate. The printing plate is no longer in accordance with the original design order. It does not follow the overprint procedure of the standard register. Instead, it is spontaneously generated according to the graphic structure of the printing plate and is improvised...
Liu Shangying is an associate professor and Deputy Director of the Department of Oil Painting at the Central Academy of Fine Arts. Born in Kunming, Yunnan Province, China in 1974, Liu Shangying graduated from the High School Affiliated with the Central Academy of Fine Arts in 1995, and then graduated from the second studio of...
It showcases more than 400 pieces of Untitled Drawings, a 1:1 scale inflatable version of Really Good, and other signature works over the past 30 years representative of Shrigley’s irreverent take on the intersections between art, design and popular culture.
Yang Hongwei’s creations have consistently explored the corporality of the media as his works are endowed with both conceptual shocking energy and visual freshness.
Using representational figures to express abstract consciousness, Peng Jian’s works create their own unique visual aesthetic – a complexity of emotion underlying simplified imagery.
This is different from previous exhibitions, YAM curatorial team and curator Professor Wang Chuan from the Central Academy of Fine Arts, creatively invited 17 artists from diversified fields and they participated in the creation and intervened in the exhibition space of the museum.
From 26 May through 26 June, 2018, CAFA’s graduation show, showcased artworks from the undergraduate students at CAFA Art Museum.
Musquiqui Chihying is apt at deploying different media including film, photography, and installation to explore the relationships formed by people and objects with public space, as well as the changes that capital has wrought on human life.
According to the artist, “Protocols generate at the same time a series of regulations that exert their influence as much in our private rituals as in our public behaviour. Conventions, rules and protocols cover a variety of procedures that, by different means, try to control or exercise power.”
Curated by Barbara Pollack, professor of School of Visual Art, New York, this exhibition explores aspects of time and the way time alters our perception of the artworks on view.
Ranging from paintings, installations, photographs and videos etc., more than 20 artists’ important works of different periods will be exhibited, including Zhang Enli’s painting Present, which was made 10 years ago, and his latest work Paper Clips, 2018.