Ni Youyu's practice does not apply demarcation to antiquity and modernity, nor does it concern itself with the task of reinventing paradigms—so the artist says.
It showcases Xu's most important works of his recent oeuvre, including the monumental installation Shanshui Totem. Comprised of massive 'landscape pillars' measuring over three metres high, Xu's artwork acts as its own intervention in the gallery space, conjuring a spiritual landscape...
The exhibition aims to show the broad range of his inquisitive and pluralistic approach to painting with representative works from the different studios revealing different themes and stylistic innovations.
For this project, Liu Zhan transforms the balcony of The DRC No.12 art space into an acoustic field, receiving signals and collecting voices from afar, in an effort to re-evoke the sense of absurdity ensconced in history. In other words, Balcony is at once a physical space and a metaphor of an era.
Combining Whitebox’s unique space and the spiritual dimension in Deng Jianjin’s works, Untruth will bring to you the artist’s sincere thoughts and passionate expressions toward the rapidly-changing realities in our contemporary society.
Gathering over 17 works, most of them new and recent, the stark and striking exhibition highlights Fathi’s delicate yet assertive works created in two styles: ink pen on canvas and acrylic brush on canvas—with the latter making its series...
It examines, documents and studies Chinese contemporary photography, and introduces China's avant-garde photography to the public, thus to promote the development of contemporary Chinese photography.
The artist considers the exhibition to be a site-specific project that explores four key concepts: “individual consciousness”, “collective consciousness”, “public consciousness”, and “ultimate consciousness”.
It is intended to reveal the concept of Space Ten, which is creating a cross-cultural communicating platform between northeast China and other regions, providing a window to the "external world" to know and understand northeastern culture better.
In his oeuvre, Liu Xiaodong shows moments and stories from human life as well as situations and landscapes with an outstanding immediacy and extraordinary empathy.
On May 28, the Centennial Day for CAFA has arrived as scheduled. Over 6000 alumni of CAFA returned to their alma mater for the centennial celebrations at the Central Academy of Fine Arts.
Her paper works of 2017 and 2018 are characterized by an evolution in her technique and a transition in her imagery from the landscape motifs with which she is most closely associated to a more abstract language of forms.