The exhibition pays special attention to Su Xinping’s recent easel paintings and highlights his new artistic journey and achievements. It will remain on view till June 9, 2019 and is free to the public.
The China Pavilion at the 58th International Art Exhibition—La Biennale di Venezia will last till November 24, 2019.
Being a leader and representative of Chinese woodblock printmakers, Chen Qi has maintained a strong sense of creativity while being highly sensitive to current circumstances and constantly adopts new ideas and methods in his artistic creations.
This 85-year-old man is always spirited, cleared-minded and highly motivated and has received great admiration from young people. Whereas, he himself has been humbly working in the field of art creating and teaching for over 70 years.
42 masterpieces by a total of 23 renowned artists have been included in the exhibition and they cover calligraphy, sculpture, installation and video.
Once again, the festival will celebrate artistic encounters between France and China, in all disciplines and spanning all eras.
Space is the artistic proposition that Wang Gongxin has been exploring. His works also guide the visitor to a perspective. As for the title “Under the Shadow–About BIAO”, his exhibition is a shadow that sneaks into space.
This series of works is displayed in several open spaces around the landscape pool of the Fusion Art Center, echoing the rockery stones and creating...
Inspiration by Observation of Forms is the exploration and construction of the deeper spirit and existence behind the visual tension of Gu Xiaoping's works. It is also a kind of reconstruction and realization of his artistic experiment in the context of contemporary culture.
However, artist Qiu Zhijie, a typical Scorpio workaholic, is still assiduously “drawing maps by hand”. There is one month left for Mappa Mundi, Qiu’s big solo exhibition in Ullens. The exhibition has been the most comprehensive and systematic presentation of his map series, which has been the focus of his creation for the last decade....
Paper Dialogues is an artistic collaboration between Qiao Xiaoguang from China and Karen Bit Vejle from Scandinavia. In this project, Qiao and Bit will each create a large-scale papercut where they interpret their own culture and history in order to present it to each other and to the audience.
90 works by 60 artists from 23 countries and regions are invited to participate in the exhibition. It covers not only common art types such as installation, images, behaviors and paintings, but also are forms that are being exploited including sound, smell, lighting.