The exhibition intends to create a space for loitering in leisure that is authentic to this moment. The fact that this 'garden' is coming into being in a contemporary art gallery, means an inevitable cacophony of contemporary sensibilities: while some of the art celebrates the link to nature, much of it is about the incursion...
It features different formats of intermediaries as evidence and material projections of ten artists' work processes, including but not limited to working notes, sketches, drawings, film scripts, and lecture notes.
It is a discursive/curatorial platform initiated for a series of personal archives, geographic contours, historical imaginations, and theoretical propositions. Through the collection, organization, and presentation of archival contributions from various sources, Disappearing Archives contemplates and further complicates the notion of disappearance.
As a title, “Romantic Language” first appeared in Wu Di’s work in 2014: she made use of printed matters, acrylic paints, pencil, mark pen to combine images of different textures together with various texts. The most remarkable among which is a pair of arms lying in a disordered time and space, connected by a curve...
For the last ten years, mapping has served multiple functions in Qiu’s artistic practice: as self-conscious gesture, workflow chart, exhibition plan, intellectual exchange, political topology, and cultural research programme.
In its three-part inaugural exhibition, Times Art Center Berlin (TACB) will introduce a part of the Chinese art world which is critically important but remains lesser known in the West and underrepresented in the global art scene...
The exhibition included a variety of art forms by nine artists from China, Germany and Japan. By presenting the diverse art expression of the artists, the exhibition theme “Small is Beautiful” conveys their aim to discover another precious perspective of smallness that is always overlooked.
It aims to highlight how Miao Xiaochun thinks for himself, explores transformations and forms his own system. Curated by the independent curator Li Zhenhua, the exhibition presents more than ten sets of moving images, animations, paintings and sculptures by Miao Xiaochun.
It is an extension of his major retrospective featured at the Long Museum in Shanghai in 2017. It bring works from the artist's many significant series together in Taiwan for the first time, including Mao Suit, Heart, Concealed Rock, and Forms in Flux.
Singular lines, accumulation of the net pattern, faces in profile and the diverse application of the eye motif come together to mark a distinct style in Kusama's recent prints. The vivid bold colors and signature motifs penetrates the viewer's visual field, drawing them in at once into Kusama's multi-colored, peculiar and innovative expressions.
Clavicle presents a series of recent oil paintings by this Beijing-based artist in a signature style that embraces both transcendental humanistic tenets and a contemporary spirit. The show is the result of several years of preparation and marks a new breakthrough in the artist’s oeuvre.
In his third solo presentation after Illegitimate Production and Compulsory Execution, during which the artist used various methods to grind found tools into an array of geometric shapes and textures, the artist furthers his meditations on such topics as urban development, evolution, and labor relations.