It serves as a review of Yang’s art midway thorough his career and also marks the beginning of an important transition. Active dialogues between the individual and the public space, as well as social issues, run through his art.
The exhibition presents Shen Liang’s latest Shell Paper series and Zhang Zhenyu’s Dust series. These two artists engage with the issues of time and spirt in artistic creation through complex, time-consuming manual processes, while exploring the aesthetic forms of minimalist abstraction.
The artist integrates his reflections on nature and time into Chinese traditional depictions of time. Teetering between realistic (gongbi ) and freehand (xieyi) brushwork, the artist has found a most apt approach for displaying his craft.
The exhibition Canvas on Paint furthers the artist’s experimental, witty, and profound exploration into the genesis of artworks and the ways they engage with their surroundings. Across two recent series, Saban weaves together literally, at times medium, content and architectural references into everyday concerns that range from playful investigations to meditations on mortality.
As one of contemporary art's most innovative and influential figures, Graham has been at the forefront of many of the most significant developments in art, including conceptual art, video and film installation, performance and site-specific sculpture.
The exhibition is entitled “The Intermediate Space”, which is diverted from the well-known quote of the painter Morandi that “you cannot demonstrate your own greatness by remaining at one extreme, but by reaching out to both extremes at the same time, and filling the intermediate space.”
Comprised of 44 paintings and works on paper, the exhibition marks a departure from Tabouret’s stately posed portraits toward images of dynamism and spontaneity.
The exhibition showcases a series of her most recent works, and the exhibition will last through February 10th, 2018. She graduated from the China Central Academy of Fine Arts, and currently lives and works in Beijing.
It can be dated back to his visual experience of observing the monster images in medieval buildings when he studied in Italy years ago. He distilled the elements of “image” when studying the pattern of medieval monster thinking, which can also be caught by viewers from his new works.
“Acting Out” brings together over 100 well-known and never-before-seen photographs from Wing Shya’s films, editorial and personal work.
The exhibition will present a series of the artist’s highly experimental works spanning such mediums as photography, video, painting, sculpture, installation and performance.
It takes an American perspective, presenting the artist’s most recent Made in China series, as well as key works from his past. Serrano’s calm perspective in describing reality and critical perspective in challenging social taboos provide us with two themes...