It brings together the latest creations by 9 young artists including Chen Han, Chen Lin, Gu Yifei, Gong Yisen, Liu Wentao, Wei Yuhang, Ying Jingjing, Yu Xiaoyu, and Zou Qionghui. Prof. Tan Ping, Vice President of China National Academy of Arts serves as the academic chair of the exhibition.
It features a series of sketches in oil paint created by the award-winner Guo Yaguan during his study in school, and also the latest sculptural installation series created by Shi Ziyuan.
The exhibition explores dualities such as myth and religion; representation and illusion; and the living and the inanimate and the shifting conflict and coalescence between them. It is a lively combination and conversation among works that are very different from each other and yet share certain affinities, characteristics and conditions.
Chen Xi used a rabbit in her artistic creation to reflect the difficulties people are facing, also reflecting her energy as inspired by the complex world.
The exhibition remains on view till May 5, 2018.
The three young artists Mi Jie, Sun Yitian and Yan Laichao present their observations and reflections on “objects” from their individual perspective.
The theme of the exhibition “Times” is inspired by a constantly superimposed “Violin” quadruplet exhibited in the exhibition. Along with this, there continues an overlap of a violin on a violin, remaining trajectories sliding on the screen, prompting a trace showing the passage of time through figures.
Misunderstanding often has negative consequences, but sometimes it leads to evolution. This is also the focus of her creation. Her current work is to try to expand the “Mis-hearing" and extend it to exchanges between countries and regions and extend the collision between ethnic groups and cultures.
This exhibition reviews Rolfe’s artistic practice through his past work, site-specific photographs and pieces recently created at the museum. In addition to 20 photos of performance art, the exhibition also presents important video works by the artist.
This exhibition sorts out and displays over 100 pieces of Xu Beihong which were landmarks of the times with great historical value. They are divided into three parts. The exhibition remains on view till March 4.
Love is the origin of art, and the core character of medicine. The old painters do not only show the audience the understanding and expression of love, but also the essence of thought after years of sedimentation.
Ye Qianyu was a famous artist and art educator, whose achievements were reflected in many aspects, especially in comics, Chinese paintings and sketches. In this exhibition, it selects nearly 180 works to present the essence of Ye Qianyu’s sketches...