Zhang Meng's art reveals his inner world, one that reflects an intuitive return to his real nature. Regardless of his materials or subject matters: cold branches, snow falls, mushrooms, monkeys, walking away shadows, or even rushing tigers, they all play important roles in his own narratives.
Jianguo, a freelance photographer originally from Wuhan City, Huiji Jiang'an District and now based in the Hubei province, was selected from over 105,000 entries to the Awards’ Open competition.
For this exhibition, they have selected eighteen works by Chinese and Western artists that explore how regional diversities and differences are informed by our digital age and consequently affect contemporary art practices. It represents the first sortie of an ongoing research partnership between the K11 Art Foundation and MoMA PS1.
They examine this persistent human interest in “self-improvement” through technological prostheses—applying this theory of “perception extension” to...
Dialogues with the Dreaming tells stories of connection between Chinese and Indigenous cultures through paintings, photographs and multimedia works spanning Zhou’s three-decade
long career in Australia.
The paintings will be juxtaposed with excerpts from Albert Camus’ writings to question the condition of human experience as explored in Doig’s practice.
In the curator Lu Mingjun’s perspective,the artist has been seeking for a possible “idea” during the past three-year “repetitive labor work”. Such an “idea” is not referring to others; it’s about himself.
The young artists of yesteryear have become accomplished artists and inspire whole new generations. In turn, the new generations push the limits of this art movement and invent fresh variations and forms. Street Generation(s) retraces this history.
The exhibition brings together eight Chinese artists whose works illuminate the idea of writing, rewriting, and erasing as a thread of metaphorical actions connected to a personalised scenario in art creation. In the action of rewriting, the audience encounters the artists’ deep contemplation, reflection, and transformation that informs their everyday existence in the world without...
This exhibition will present artist Chen Dongfan’s latest drawing series Half a Man, as well as a single-channel video installation In Bliss Until Eternity. While the Half a Man series continues Chen’s long-term exploration of portrait painting, it is also an homage to the late artist Mike Kelley (1954–2012).
It presents 184 works by 49 young artists, which are divided into two phases: 110 works are on show in the Rightview from March 18 to May 4, and another 74 works are shown at the Tiandayunhua from April 10 to May 4.
Taking the vantage point from the film, the exhibition shows several of the artistic duo’s most recent climate related art works. Focusing on man’s attempts of atmospheric control through various geo-engineering techniques, the exhibition walks the audience through three different thematic zones: The Storm, The Drought and The Freeze.