The title of the exhibition “Vanishing Point” comes from Chinese artist Gong Xinru’s artwork “Highway”. A vanishing point in linear perspective means to draw parallel lines as not parallel but intersecting at a point which, in fact, can never be reached.
The clue of the exhibition is Yuan Yunfu’s art, and the art thinking and historical events which he had touched when he was involved in the Central Academy of Craft Art and the Academy of Art & Design, Tsinghua University...
The exhibition intends to offer to scholars, collectors and, to the widest audience a comprehensive vision of an artistic effort that is less known in Italy but that is gaining increasing interest in Asia, US and Europe.
The organizing committee will select 100 finalists, to display at the Today Art Museum and Gozong Art Museum for 2 weeks, the exhibition subjects cover Chinese painting, oil painting, and sculpture, and it will open to the public around October 30.
Organized by Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum and CAFA Art Museum in collaboration with PHOTO SHANGHAI, the exhibition will open to the public on September 5 and run through October 15.
The exhibition aims to introduce Chinese ink painting’s remarkable characteristic, which not only destroys the rigid painting mode through the power of abstraction and imagery, but also rebuilds the grand and profundity.
Presented at the Building 1, 2, 3 at Today Art Museum, it will continue to September 8.
Uysal will present two news series of sculptural and installation work, "Suspended" and "Painting", which explore the concept of value in art as a cultural production and commodity.
This exhibition will present diverse documentation of Han Zishan's career and the work of 56 of his students.