The exhibition takes the form of a portable digital screen on which seven artists’ works are displayed. The screen arrives at its hosts via courier services.
This exhibition focuses on art works ranging from Pop Art to New Media in contemporary art by Chinese artists. The artists featured are notable leading contemporary artists whom have exhibited internationally.
The exhibition showcases 12 works in various mediums, including painting, photography, video installation, kinetic installation, and interactive audio installation.
The art works of the exhibition start from a fictional event made up by Tang Maohong: a group of people carry stones on their back and empty a riverbed. The event is similar to a Chinese fable famous story "Yugong Removing the Mountains".
The exhibition showcases more than thirty pieces of the Indian architect’s notable works, including personal and public housing, community projects, educational institution, urban planning and furniture design.
After a swim in the “Cellar” of dark swamp, when entering the front gallery, “The Garret” is presented where everything seems to be organized, rational and perfect. The space is decorated into an office space that belongs to someone of very high ‘rank’ or ‘achievements’, at least by common social standards.
In Bian Qing’s paintings, the “landscape” is a cultural model of spirituality and a painting resource that has been historicized. These two dimensions interweave in his work, concealing one another.
Absurdity and Fantasy, local colorism and undornated style, reality and realism, the modernity process of painting and the interaction with the history of painting always consist in Qi Wenzhang’s works, constructing his unique visual narrative and theory of painting.
Mourning is one of the key themes of Jiang Zhi’s artistic creation. One can mourn an existence, a moment, an event; one can also mourn an era, a feeling, an idea as well as a feeling of ‘togetherness’, of ‘eternity’, of ‘blindness’.
His persistently black-and-white monochromes preserve the eternal horizon; the still theatre images retain the passing of time; the vivid animal scenes narrate the paradox of death; and the civilisation created by humans becomes a fleeting glance into...
For Zhao, social development is a hybrid process, which he has described as “a fantastic party” that conflates the joys and sorrows of life. This exhibition highlights a practice that, rooted in a long tradition of social realism, has shown a unique ability to confound the distinction between truth and fiction.
In her new exhibition, Kong Lingnan assumes her previous perspective once again, attempting to delineate from afar the individual and the collective, using painting and installation as media for advancing the self. It will be on view at Gallery Yang through September 24.