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.
This exhibition, known as the largest solo exhibition ever in Leandro’s art career, showcases many works that are revealed to the Chinese public for the first time.
The status of art criticism used to have a glorious period in history; however, during the last twenty years, the phenomenon of the decline of art criticism cannot be ignored. Specifically, the speaking right of critics which has been robbed of by curators; moreover, the standards set by critics are constantly challenging as they are by...
The process of understanding public art has also developed from analyzing the cultural identity of public art to exploring diversified and multidimensional social practices.
In Lawrence Malstaf’s lecture, he discussed topics regarding the relationship between humans and the environment as well as humans and machines by taking his artworks as the starting point. Following his speech, Lawrence Malstaf commenced a conversation with Fei Jun, Professor of Digital Media Studio at the School of Design in CAFA, and artist...
Following the first edition, the Inside-out Art Museum has cooperated with Archive Books, a publisher from Berlin, Germany, to publish the Chinese version and English version respectively in 2019. The second edition was launched in abC Art Book in China in June this year.
As an important perspective in the study of contemporary art, the notion of “site-specificity” was drawn in artist Wang Gongxin’s solo exhibition in The Bunker, which provides an effective entry to Chinese contemporary art research.
The leaders of Central Academy of Fine Arts, Jin Weinuo’s friends, academic colleagues, the successive student representatives and the family members of Jin Weinuo attended the symposium.
The exhibition presents high-quality reproduction of 17 pieces of Leonardo da Vinci’s classics...
Citing the word “Nachleben” by Aby Warburg, Professor Li Jun regards Zou’s publication eight years after his death as a “spiritual productivity”. He thinks that books, like works of art, have an afterlife, just like an echo, a response of sound bouncing off a thick wall.
“PIONEERING: Chinese Artists Abroad in France and Chinese Modern Art (1911-1949)” will remain on view till March 3.
He talked about the connotation, the issues and challenges of media architecture, the establishment of a new discipline in media architecture and its relationship with the construction of a smart city, as well as the great potential of media architecture in social, cultural and commercial fields.