The exhibition makes use of “the Being of Non-Being”, a seemingly contradictory word game to explore the complex and ambiguity aspect of “meta-painting”. It will continue to April 23, 2014.
It’s a striking feature of the exhibition that it is composed of ten “micro exhibitions", applying separate but connected spaces to showcase the works by each artist.
It showcases representative artworks of over forty young artists from the Long collection, covering various art types including painting, sculpture and installations, etc.
This charming, energetic series is the first display of more than a year's effort to express his cubist inspired drawings and paintings as three dimensional forms.
Cheng Ran’s use of repetition and quotes also has another effect. The viewer very quickly gets a sense of recognition, which makes the topics seem familiar.
“Buddha's teachings seem far from me,” says Urabe, who is the son of a Buddhist monk. “Living in contemporary society it is not possible to live without trying to possess or to take. Making work is an act of self observation. As in Buddhist scripture, where a mirror is often compared to the mind, my...
This design exhibition is divided into three parts: “Sitting & the Senior” Competition, “60 Chairs” Invitational Exhibition of Internationally Renowned Designers’ Works, and the “Living” Nameless Design Field Documents.
It showcases about 30 works by artists Kang Jianfei, Lu Liang, Tang Hui, Wang Yuyang, Yuan Yuan, Zhang Wei, with Wang Chunchen serving as the curator.
The exhibition features fascinating photographs captured by professional photographer Wu Yushan on the artist's creating process and important exhibitions around the world.