The works by the two artists are presented and alternatively displayed in the exhibition hall, forming a secret inner logic, to get a sense of appearance of the contemporary Gongbi.
This exhibition brings together the major works of artists from recent years. A considerable part of the work was created by the artist when he served as the Director of CAFA Art Museum, reflecting his artistic thinking at that stage.
Gillian Ayres refuses to preset her creation or the simple interpretation of her image, but she would like to challenge and to change with her emotional expression.
The exhibition includes installations, experimental music, audio-visual arts, and interactive works, including a series of works of image, sound and light, and installation, fully utilizing the space to establish interaction with the viewers.
The exhibition delves into the foundations of One Hundred Layers of Ink in Yang's calligraphy and early abstractions, and traces its multifaceted evolution through the late 1980's and 1990's.
It is the first event of 2017 Lecong Arts & Culture Season, striving to bring the best art content and the freshest design concept to the people from Lecong.
Displayed here are two sets of works that he has specially created for this exhibition space. 500 Brushstrokes fuses painting, papercut, and collage into a new form of two-dimensional art. Inspired by Handynasty bronze “money trees”, Daydream Forest consists of mesmerizing 3D structures constructed from 2D images of fantastic beasts.
It is believed that with the improvement of the space and teaching conditions of the art museum, with the consensus of concrete planning and implementation, these collections will be applied to the research...
For the young artists participating in the exhibition, it hopes that this time-crossing dialogue allows them to look back at the original intention of the creation at that time...
Every stage of Hang Chunhui’s creative career carries an attitude to experiment and reinvent traditions, an approach that consistently changes and reconstructs itself. Hang Chunhui’s Ambiguity is an exceptionally contemporary approach to creating and where a way of seeing lies; explicit definitions are not sought after, instead, visual complexities are perceived through dulled senses. ...
The exhibition includes 70 works of installation and a wall in the CAFA Art Museum. These works took three weeks to complete and the majority was completed in Beijing. The main contents were based on life status, images and facial expressions of the streets in Beijing.