It will be held in Beijing Minsheng Art Museum on December 9 with invitations to a total of 40 important contemporary artists from China and Brazil to present their works. It is also the first large-scale Brazilian contemporary art exhibition...
It allows a comprehensive survey over his development as an artist from the 1960s until today by presenting different phases...
Among contemporary Chinese artists Yang Jiechang has established himself as a uniquely provocative figure, an expatriate for nearly thirty years yet still deeply immersed in Chinese cultural and artistic traditions.
It features 11 new installations and sculptures that continue the artist’s ongoing investigation of water in its different states. The exhibition includes wall and floor pieces made from recycled silver, glass marbles, steel pins, and marble.
It is the largest show of German contemporary art in China to date, presenting nearly 320 works by 55 of the most influential German artists since the 1950s.
For the first time, viewers are encouraged to touch Lin’s intricate, labor-intensive work with textiles and thread. The exhibition will also feature a selection of new paintings and sculptures in the adjacent gallery, which continue Lin’s exploration of “body language.”
It is the first comprehensive institutional solo show of Julian Rosefeldt in China since 2012 and presents important aspects of Rosefeldt’s production over the past 12 years.
Through behind the scenes footages, interviews, tracking shots, documentations, performances and various other methods, the everyday sales and transactions between salesmen and customers are presented.
The concept of “space” has been studied by Liu Wenjiong for more than 10 years, the specific relationship between space and spiritual dimension, and the relationship between space and history and location of the object is the uninterrupted thinking and practice of the artist.
With Still Moving, Antony Gormley offers an exhibition which interacts with the unique architecture of the Long Museum to create a test site for both the work and the viewer, while introducing the major themes that have concerned him over the last 40 years: body as space and space as object.
It was published by Yihao Reading, and the original piece was published by Phaeton in the UK at the same time, integrating the works, stories and comments as a trinity, bringing together a collection of the most wonderful articles of the world’s top art journal “Frieze” since it was founded.
Liao Guohe, born in 1977, has recently relocated his studio to Beijing. His works were the subject of solo exhibitions at Beijing Minsheng Art Museumin 2016 and Sifang Art Museum in 2014.