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Sarah Lucas: Humorous Subversion from “Feminism” to a “Social Context”

Sarah Lucas: Humorous Subversion from “Feminism” to a “Social Context”

It is a retrospective of Sarah Lucas’ oeuvre over the past 30 years from the age of YBAs (Young British Artists) while bringing a humorous and subversive experience of related concepts such as sex, gender, class, and social context...
Agnès Varda Award announced its winners in 2019

Agnès Varda Award announced its winners in 2019

Since 2012, Agnès Varda Award has intended to encourage trans-boundary creations while being committed to bringing film creation back to its authentic state, and impelling the experimental spirit into the mainstream culture.
A Mysterious Theater and Public Wonder: The Artistic Realm of Anish Kapoor

A Mysterious Theater and Public Wonder: The Artistic Realm of Anish Kapoor

As Kapoor’s first solo museum show in China, the exhibition will present some of the artist’s most significant and celebrated works of his last thirty-five years...
“Authentic” Gu Yuan: The Exhibition Commemorating the Centenary of the People’s Artist Gu Yuan’s Birthday

“Authentic” Gu Yuan: The Exhibition Commemorating the Centenary of the People’s Artist Gu Yuan’s Birthday

There are a total of 243 sets of prints, drawings and watercolor paintings by Gu Yuan, as well as documents and historical photographs from family collections...
Globalization links localization: How does Anren Biennale build “a confrontation of ideals”?

Globalization links localization: How does Anren Biennale build “a confrontation of ideals”?

Anren, an ancient town in the southwest of China that is not far from Chengdu, has once again attracted a hot discussion. The theme of the second Anren Biennale is “A CONFRONTATION OF IDEALS” — behind harmonious and beautiful “ideals”, are full of paradoxes, disputes and conflicts.
Pioneer of Art Nouveau: Alfons Mucha was unveiled at the National Theatre for the Performing Arts

Pioneer of Art Nouveau: Alfons Mucha was unveiled at the National Theatre for the Performing Arts

The exhibition is divided into seven sections including posters, decorative panels, decorative materials, figure paintings, photography, book illustrations and oil paintings. It presents 244 precious exhibits in total, featuring a comprehensive display...
How can the 798 Art District bear the “night economy”?

How can the 798 Art District bear the “night economy”?

The launch of the “798 Art Night” identifies art districts’ as a new era of the night economy. It is embodied by a number of project proposals, art exhibitions and their integration with commerce. In this age of the night economy, the artistic ecosystem in China might step towards a more interesting direction. Although it...
Myth, Narrative, Metaphor and Transformation: Matthew Barney and “Redoubt”

Myth, Narrative, Metaphor and Transformation: Matthew Barney and “Redoubt”

Through taking “Redoubt” as the object and mythical story as the external idea, Matthew Barney expands his discussion to a variety of metaphors and transformations based on history and current situations.
Echo of System: Sui Jianguo 1997-2019

Echo of System: Sui Jianguo 1997-2019

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.
The Contemporary Remodelling of “Monumental Art”: Interpreting the Exhibition “Ways of Seeing”

The Contemporary Remodelling of “Monumental Art”: Interpreting the Exhibition “Ways of Seeing”

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.
Su Xinping's  latest solo exhibition is on view at Bonn Contemporary in Germany

Su Xinping’s latest solo exhibition is on view at Bonn Contemporary in Germany

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.
CAFA Art Museum announces “Liu Xian: A Wood-Engraving Master”

CAFA Art Museum announces “Liu Xian: A Wood-Engraving Master”

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...