The exhibition features six sections interspersed with several subtitles and more than 200 works, making it the largest phrasal retrospective in his artistic career to date. For the first time, the Museum showcases the creations of an artist on all its three floors.
By borrowing the title from John Berger’s achievement, this exhibition develops as a profound discussion regarding concepts behind contemporary art as a way of integrating western notions with a Chinese context.
The solo exhibition of Su Xinping was curated by Prof. Beate Reifenscheid and it features Su Xinping’s Wasteland series, Silent Townlet series, and his latest experiments in moving image and visual language.
This exhibition takes this woodpecker as the symbol, focusing on Liu Xian’s wood-engraving technique to evidence his artistic career over 60 years. The exhibition presents more than 190 artworks in total, which explores Liu Xian’s status in the history of wood-engraving. Through featuring a number of works in Liu Xian’s early career, the display could...
The exhibition presents 68 sketches from Zong Qixiang, together with 68 photographs of Zong Haiping who created in the way of tracing the original sites of his father’s paintings. Using a form of artistic dialogue to represent Zong Qixiang’s creative thread, this exhibition intends to discuss the themes of paintings and photographs, father and son,...
The exhibition features a total of 30 paintings by Leonardo da Vinci and his outstanding circle, mainly showcasing paintings by students educated directly by Leonardo da Vinci and followers...
In addition to Peng Wei's classic series 'Letters from a Distance', 'Migrations of Memory', and 'Good Things Come in Pairs', she also presents more than thirty works including Old Tales Retold, a massive forty-meter-long scroll that took her four years to create, her narrative series 'Seven Nights' and 'Peep', and the installation Material World.
The latest series of work by Ge Ziyu is exploratory. The color choices are simple, yet strong. Niki Passath searches in his artistic creations answers to the mystery of life, the people, their emotions, social behavior, their behavior compared to machines and to the surrounding nature.
These three exhibitions systematically documented Zong Qixiang’s artistic career and gradually realized the fullness of the image of Zong Qixiang via not only introducing his motifs of art creation regarding his home country, the society and art itself but also involving a glance of his life stories and experience.
As an important creative means of understanding graphic art, printmaking has always played the role of media in a broader cultural field. At the same time it has experienced the constant changes and the waves of transformation.
For the artist Zhang Yanzi, art is a process of continuous exploration. As a creator, she has been searching for infinity, a more mysterious and far-reaching logic of the universe from a limited life experience.
Shen Cai has just graduated from the School of Design, Central Academy of Fine Arts, and she introduces us to a way of thinking and creativity of Chinese post-90s artists.