As a tradition and characteristic of the Central Academy of Fine Arts, this will enhance the students’ abilities in observing and portraying life as well as their expressive languages.
CAFA Art Museum presents a selection of work by the acclaimed British artist Marc Quinn which is the artist’s first solo museum show in China and the exhibits have been drawn from across his 30-year career to explore his enduring interest in identity from multiple series of his oeuvre. With these works Marc Quinn explores...
“FOR BEAUTY IS NOTHING BUT THE BEGINNING OF TERROR” is an exhibition that stretches over her lifelong creations and 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 has initiated the tour exhibition of Bruno Walpoth in Asia and it showcases over 30 sculptures and paintings including not just new works that the artist has prepared for this exhibition but there are also paintings, bronze sculptures and paper sculptures that were rarely seen in other exhibitions.
The exhibition featured more than 100 representative photographs during the 70 years of Zhou Haiying’s art career, and it was divided into five chapters, providing an opportunity for us to review Mr. Zhou Haiying’s photographic art.
The exhibition mainly showcases the latest works of Wu Yi, "Diagram of Cultivating Perfection" series as well as his publications, prints, photographs and so on. "Diagram of Cultivating Perfection" is based on Chinese seasonal solar terms and he uses twenty-four figures to show the practices ...
The exhibition presents his new creations which consist of three pieces/sets of newly completed glass installations, with an organic spatial logic, his work penetrates the second floor space.
With more than 110 classical artworks of calligraphy and painting from its collection, the Art Museum of Beijing Fine Art Academy intends to describe the tranquil and elegant life that Chinese literati longs for as well as the styles and interest in folkart from two perspectives “Poetic Style” and the “Folklore”...
The artist deals with names, naming, (incorrect) addressing, attributions, identity formation, and related to this, with clichés, cultural translations, and misunderstandings. Yang invokes stereotypical notions of "Chinese" and "Austrian" in equal measure and examines to what extent they are nonetheless part of collective imaginations.
It is an experimental project that the artist, Kazushi Nakada produce art objects with participants and attempt to preserve the objects and their memory eternally.
This exhibition strives to catalogue the various shifts in the artist’s sculpture creations and conceptual system over the previous decade, including nearly one hundred works in sculpture, 3D printing, documentary materials, sketches, videos and documentary films.
“PIONEERING: Chinese Artists Abroad in France and Chinese Modern Art (1911-1949)” will remain on view till March 3.