Hu Qingyan experiments with form, medium and representation but at the same time his works are symbolically charged beyond their concept and production process.
Li Xiaolin has cleared the “trap” of the academy as an artist receiving outstanding achievements in the field of drawing and printmaking, his sketching shows freedom from the laws of art, and retains freedom from the laws; with a distinct personality, his drawings reveal his sincere and wise character; calmly and carefully following the principle...
Shi Qing increasingly turns towards experimentation as the means of production, as well as research into the issues surrounding the creation of social spaces. He has developed a modus operandi whereby each exhibition is treated as a site-specific project, determined by a new set of conditions.
The Department of State’s office of Art in Embassies (AIE) was proud to announce that the distinguished recipients are Xu Bing, Mark Bradford, Sam Gilliam, Maya Lin, Julie Mehretu, Pedro Reyes, and Kehinde Wiley.
Commissioned specifically for this presentation, three monumental collage paintings will fill each of the gallery floors of the museum.
Escaping from preciosity, OUYANG Chun’s paintings seek to draw stories childishly and unadorned which mirrors his own life experiences and creating style.
A 50-minute offering, YAN is, metaphorically, both as a dream one could never wake up to and as a dilemma one could never pierce through.
In the world that strives to make things bigger and more complex, Leo Gallery takes the courage to move in the opposite direction, showcasing small, delicate and ornate masterpieces covering various art genres...
Vanguard gallery’s first exhibition in 2015 will be participated by three newly graduated artists Tang Chao, Zhu Changquan, Film Group (Cao Zilin, Tang Chao) whom are from China Academy of Art, Studio of Experimental Image.