“The Ridge in A Bronze Mirror” is an allegory of contemporary archeology that takes the archaic medium of bronze mirror to project a speculative rhetoric, a topography of conflict and a whirlpool of untimely images.
This exhibition attempts to reveal Bu Di’s inner landscape based on the architectural morphology of the gallery space. Through the transcendence from constructing representative scenery to creating abstract imagery, Bu Di’s painting is not only dialectically generated from his accumulated psychological experience...
Rather than a rhetoric signifier, the exhibition Growing compels the visitors with an experiential and visceral encounter with life forms of natural origin and of artificial inception, or from symbiotic habitat and transgenic hybridity as sources of becoming, thus problematizing the orthodox...
The exhibition uncovers the full story of Li Jin’s artistic formation, particularly the profound impact of his self-exiles in Tibet. The title refers to Li Jin’s preoccupation with the human body as subject and medium, as the ground of experience and art-making. It is also a metaphor for the interplay of brushwork and inkwork, control...
Full of imaginations and elasticity, the expositions of the Earthbound Cosmology compel us to delve in the fiction the artist has created for the world, and yet the fiction is real, built upon a new ontological dimension, where art may take up the important task of exploring origins and truths once again.
The exhibition will focus on Pang Maokun’s creations in the past decade while comprehensively displaying his rich creative process and artistic exploration.
One of the leading artists of his generation, Quinn’s work explores recurring themes of art and science, the human body, emotion, and the perception of beauty. For the artist’s first solo museum exhibition in China, works have been drawn from across his 30-year career and from multiple series, exploring his enduring interest in identity.
As the artist Claude Closky has said, “‘Tilt Horizon’ proposes a dialogue about the always shifting places occupied by the artists and the public, confronting different horizons.”
Ceramic Creation and Design Course will start on April 8, 2019 and registration is in progress ( registration deadline is March 29 2019).
With the artist's most recent works including videos, installation, paintings, and photographs, the exhibition addresses a series of subject matters with regards to the boundaries and correlation of the individual and the collective, the existence of both, their rights and values and etc.
Providing a more diverse space for experimentation and exploration, EXIT PLAN examines the methodology of artists and of the art community they exist within. While converging a broad range of creative forces and all differing in evolutionary origin, together, they set out to embark on a new collective conversation.
It is a career-length exhibition which showcases about 60 Maggi Hambling’s works from the 1960s to the present day, including oil paintings, ink, graphite, charcoal drawings as well as a number of wooden sculptures. The exhibition is curated by the famous British curator, Philip Dodd.