The "Labour" series is one of the most typical demonstrations of Liu’s method of creation: thoroughly and repetitively depicting one object or situation from various angles and timing, raising a concept of “density” of art.
Xu Bing mediates on the transformative power of materiality as he challenges societal values, and explores the shape of memories, histories, and destinies.
Unpretentious and at the same time still on a rising curve, these four guys - Li Hongbo, Wei Ming, Wang Lei, and Ye Sen – are hard at work, totally absorbed – emotionally, manually, visually, intellectually, and physically...
Yang Fan tries to place both artwork of low interest, poor quality and classical value scene under hard light, wiping out those empty interests as much as possible, and restoring the value system itself.
It presents Zhang Yu’s works made up of space, installation, video, ready-made objects, two-dimensional, and other comprehensive forms.
This series is the latest creations by Tang Chenghua, describing the suburban natural scenery in the North before the arrival of spring. It is unique that Tang Chenghua used sheet zinc in which he directly carved lines and sketches, which is rarely seen in art creations.
This exhibition is a survey of six young artists who were born in mainland China and came to New York. Their work reflects an awareness of a broad range of artistic focuses. Their work cannot be confined to a certain national identity - it seems to come from somewhere else.
“Meetings and partings” is the clue of the exhibition, connecting the thinking of the present state through the works in three parts, connected “Floating Life of Meetings and Partings”, “Gaze and Memory” and “Parting in Mountains and Meeting in Metropolis”.
Almost a hundred photographic works are on display, including the classical works by William Eggleston, the classical master known as “Father of New Color Photography”, Saliman, known by many people...