The outstanding work will be unveiled at the opening of this year’s exhibition on 8th September 2014 both in and around the Seahorse fountain, a circular pond on the historic South lawn in the Chatsworth Garden - a location usually off limits to the public.
Yang Fan tries to place both artwork of low interest, poor quality and classical value scene under hard light, wiping out those empty interests as much as possible, and restoring the value system itself.
It presents Zhang Yu’s works made up of space, installation, video, ready-made objects, two-dimensional, and other comprehensive forms.
Most of the participating artists are from the Department of Sculpture, CAFA, and they belong to a group of dynamic and creative young artists, doing their best to break previous creative patterns...
Ye Sen's works are as remarkable for their restraint as for their intricacy. Astonishingly, each of his sculptures begins as a single log.
It is planned by Xing Liunan, featuring the most representative oil paintings themed on military and landscape in Xing Junqin’s “The Historical Novels of Masterpieces” series of work.
The exhibition was planned by Yin Shuangxi, while Liu Xiaochun, Pi Daojian, and Hang Chunxiao served as the invited scholars.
Both artists approach Chinese traditions and themes, whether landscape in the case of Shi Jing or motifs such as bamboo and insects in the case of Wu Didi, in a highly personal manner that shows the continuing appeal of this time-honored subject matter.
The significence of the era and the extraordinary living experience makes Zhao Zhunwang talented, passionate and spiritually satisfied, which led to his unique art perceptoin and artistic language.