Sea Pearl White Cloud presents new works that explore themes of exchange, climate systems and natural phenomenon within the urban condition of the twenty-first century.
Everything’s Alright is the second under the banner of As Far As Near, the latest KAF project to incubate emerging Hong Kong artists and curators. The artists present the far but near reality and guide audiences to have echoes in their hearts.
Shanghai once had a few famous "cool spots" for summer leisure. The tallest building then, Park Hotel Shanghai, and Shanghai No. 1 Department Store, had these "cooling tunnels" where people gathered to relax. Since the MoCA Pavilion is located in the middle of an old cool spot, the name Cool Lhongdhang comes up to them...
This time, the seemingly normal Boers-li Gallery provided a formal platform, letting these abnormal behaviors or acts, in all apparent seriousness, to reveal themselves to the public. This is not normal, but why should it be? Are you normal?
Throughout his work, the artist consistently embraces a range of mediums, from installation and sculpture to painting and drawing that will accompany a recent video/sound installation...
This exhibition highlights the specific yet universal nature of Kozyra’s performative ethos in light of Chinese performance art practice and Chinese contemporary art.
It is set in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Based on research revolving around several photographers who had lived and worked or briefly stayed in the city, the artist created a series of works...
There are various artists represented in this exibition including Chai Yiming, Im Juri, Mo Di, Mou Huan, Shi Yan, Sun Jing, Sun Yu, Wang Tingting and etc.
Through their processes of exploration, the artists seek to establish a new definition of ‘the believable’ that is relevant to their generation; and at the same time, to reorganize the logic of ‘the known’ by providing new feedback of their ‘encounters’ along the way.
In this latest work, a matrix of bamboo holds fast to a heavy cube of cast cement. The two materials, with their vastly opposed properties, coexist in an unconventional manner, their awkward connection seeming to allude to the state of a Chinese society in the midst of rapid transformation.
The exhibition puts an emphasis on the thinking processes and unique standpoints of the artists during their attempts for innovation, and keeps an intentional distance fromusing the final visual effect as the sole and only effective standard to judge art.
Zhang Hui has resolved 14 paintings created in the past two years into seven new sections. The creative object of each section corresponds in some way to certain element present in his past works, appearing in a multilayered narrative methodology.