The exhibition was first launched with the three selected artists at Nam June Paik Art Center in the summer of 2018. The program is designed to support emerging artists through exhibitions and public programs, promoting young artists’ experimentation and practice to gradually construct a systematic global archive...
One of the most recognizable and influential artists in contemporary art history, Francis Alÿs possesses a distinctive identity and background as a Belgian artist living in Mexico City. The exhibition is entitled La dépense, which could be translated as “consumption,” a notion much discussed by Georges Bataille.
Featured in this exhibition are installations, moving image works, and performances, among other forms of art. Together, the works strive to dissolve the traditionally defined and physically constructed boundaries of the museum.
The exhibition draws its title from a key concept in Hu’s work, namely the tension between what is essential, supposed to be, but is not, and what is unnecessary, supposed not to be, but is.
As the top academic conference in art education, the conference is committed to focusing on cutting-edge issues in art education, reviewing, summarizing, discussing new achievements in art education, and promoting the theoretical study of art education, to build a collaborative platform for international art education...
Curated by Tarek Abou El Fetouh, the exhibition presents works by ten renowned artists from different corners of the Asian continent and situates their work between historical and contemporary systems of thinking, which allows the unexpected...
The Yangjiang Group became active in 2002 and was formally founded in 2005. Its establishment was intended to address the state of "calligraphy" in the new China, and its actions and engagements were aimed at restoring literature and writing, in other words, restoring "everything" back into its original forms.
Nabuqi focuses on the connections between objects, the space and the surrounding environments. These connections stimulate her perception of the space and are presented in different forms in her works of sculpture and installation, which corresponds to Heidegger’s phenomenology of “presence.”
This showcase by CAFA will be the highlight of this year’s exhibition, featuring eight leading Chinese sculptors who have not previously exhibited in Australia.
It will focus on building the world’s Busiest Art Gallery (From Airport to “Artport”). The purpose of this event is to invite people to explore and think how to artistically use the airport public space and what about being a traveler as the lifestyle.
Bringing together 128 series of photographs and several shooting props along with references spanning different periods, this retrospective survey traces Cindy Sherman's career from the 1970s to the present day and attempts to explore dominant themes in her visual creation throughout four decades.
The exhibition presents a group of artists of different backgrounds, who express individual—or epochal—ways of understanding and being with nature, as well as the deep ethical concerns underlying these relations.