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2016 Happy Chinese New Year: Fantastic Art China Exhibiting in New York

2016 Happy Chinese New Year: Fantastic Art China Exhibiting in New York

The artistic theme of the 2016 Fantastic Art China festival focuses on exploring the intricate relationship between sound and image. Visual artists will collaborate with musicians to bring extraordinary experiences to audiences, introducing the beauty of Chinese culture and values and inspiring participants to rethink the relationship between...
Met Museum presents Installation Art with Wu Jian'an: “Release the Buddhist mantra”

Met Museum presents Installation Art with Wu Jian’an: “Release the Buddhist mantra”

By unremittingly thinking and exploring new manner, Wu Jian'an utilizes multiple media and complex methods to combine contemporary radical aesthetics and cultural attitude with the local tradition of Chinese art...
The retrospective exhibition of sculptural works by the late Lynn Chadwick will be presented in Hong Kong

The retrospective exhibition of sculptural works by the late Lynn Chadwick will be presented in Hong Kong

Five of Chadwick's most iconic and seminal monumental sculptures will be placed in key locations in Central District. It will run from the 14th March - 17th April 2016.
ShanghART announces "Zao" by artist Zhao Yang opening March 18

ShanghART announces “Zao” by artist Zhao Yang opening March 18

Zhao Yang is literally abbreviated also tuned to ‘ZAO’, Chinese painting entrenched background blended with earlier literature involved profession cultivates the poetic, philosophical characteristics of the artist, which surreptitiously resonate the unspeakable humanity as his core conception.
"Keith Haring: Multiplexism" is on display at Taipei Museum of History

“Keith Haring: Multiplexism” is on display at Taipei Museum of History

While the artist passed away at a tragically young age, his works, with their socio-political ideals and messages, can surely inspire people to cherish the world around them.
Galerie Urs Meile announces Yan Xing’s "Nuit et brouillard" Opening Jan. 12 at the Lucerne Gallery

Galerie Urs Meile announces Yan Xing’s “Nuit et brouillard” Opening Jan. 12 at the Lucerne Gallery

It will feature a series of new works in a variety of different media, including installation, photography, space, and design, that explore the many layers of negativity through the process of artistic language.
Project Fulfill Art Space presents "Making Sound – Wang Chung-Kun Solo Exhibition"

Project Fulfill Art Space presents “Making Sound – Wang Chung-Kun Solo Exhibition”

Wang’s artworks are usually designed to produce sound either by the viewers’ engagement or by the auto-run programs. They offer us unique experiences of sound in a mesmerizing manner.
Bernard Tschumi's Retrospective Exhibition "Architecture: Concept & Notation" Opening at Power Station of Art

Bernard Tschumi’s Retrospective Exhibition “Architecture: Concept & Notation” Opening at Power Station of Art

The exhibition is an adaptation of the first great European retrospective on this influential theorist and practitioner Bernard Tschumi, which was first shown in 2014 in the Centre Pompidou, Paris.
Chinese Whispers: Recent works from the Sigg and M+ Sigg Collections will be presented in Switzerland

Chinese Whispers: Recent works from the Sigg and M+ Sigg Collections will be presented in Switzerland

The exhibition provides an opportunity to explore the vast country through the eyes of Chinese artists, from Ai Weiwei to Zhuang Hui. It follows on to ”Mahjong“, the internationally acclaimed show held at Kunstmuseum Bern in 2005.
Gade's "Bodhi Leaves and the Little Red Book" Opening January 30th at Rossi & Rossi Hong Kong

Gade’s “Bodhi Leaves and the Little Red Book” Opening January 30th at Rossi & Rossi Hong Kong

Gade draws ordinary objects of daily life in Lhasa—cartoons, beer bottles, Chinese dumplings—into the spotlight, where they can be celebrated, condemned or dispassionately noted. Social life as told through these objects witnesses a comingling of Chinese imports...
Ma Wenting's solo exhibition "Allusion" surveys the relations between the individual and the society

Ma Wenting’s solo exhibition “Allusion” surveys the relations between the individual and the society

Allusion is a rhetorical device in literature to make a point using a similar yet distinct example or to explain one thing without mentioning it and through another thing.
“Mountains and Rivers – Chinese Landscape on a Multi-Dimensional Level ” was unveiled in Sanya

“Mountains and Rivers – Chinese Landscape on a Multi-Dimensional Level ” was unveiled in Sanya

One of the features of the exhibition is the “contrast between the ancient and modern”, so that the show is described as a curatorial “experiment”. It is organized by Sanya Municipal People’s Government, Director of the Art Museum of Beijing Fine Art Academy Wu Hongliang was invited to...