It remains on view till December 15, and the “Preview of Picasso Exhibition 2018”, which is also sponsored by the Art Museum of China Millennium Monument and the New Perfection Inc., the United States, will be on display at the Qingdao Jiali Art Space from December 23, 2017 to January 29, 2018.
All three artists are natives of Shanghai, and upon their return to the motherland, it is the first time they are gathering here again, and with this exhibition...
It proposes a perspective, inspired by the constant and strong daylight beating down on the two cities' natural and urban environment, its efflorescence shaping the urban landscape and people’s ways of life and visual experiences.
It presents more than 200 works by over 100...
It is an exhibition that attempts to confront the digital present through the very means of technological intervention both as critical examination as well as alternative prospects. The twenty-three works in the exhibition by international artists underscore the often-hidden materiality of bits and bytes...
It serves as a review of Yang’s art midway thorough his career and also marks the beginning of an important transition. Active dialogues between the individual and the public space, as well as social issues, run through his art.
The exhibition presents Shen Liang’s latest Shell Paper series and Zhang Zhenyu’s Dust series. These two artists engage with the issues of time and spirt in artistic creation through complex, time-consuming manual processes, while exploring the aesthetic forms of minimalist abstraction.
It features a total of 76 representative works of oil painting and gouache painting created by Lu Qinglong in different periods over the past decade.
The artist integrates his reflections on nature and time into Chinese traditional depictions of time. Teetering between realistic (gongbi ) and freehand (xieyi) brushwork, the artist has found a most apt approach for displaying his craft.
The exhibition Canvas on Paint furthers the artist’s experimental, witty, and profound exploration into the genesis of artworks and the ways they engage with their surroundings. Across two recent series, Saban weaves together literally, at times medium, content and architectural references into everyday concerns that range from playful investigations to meditations on mortality.
As one of contemporary art's most innovative and influential figures, Graham has been at the forefront of many of the most significant developments in art, including conceptual art, video and film installation, performance and site-specific sculpture.
In the lecture, Joan Stanley-Baker started from the treatment of the spatial relations using intensive brushwork, to analyze the relationship between the original work of Wang Meng and the “anecdotal Wang Meng’s works”.