In Li Yang’s art career for many years, he has created works by inheriting the artistic creation concept of figure paintings from predecessors and combining this with his personal experience of different cultures and conventions in China.
Different from current types of creation, Ji Zi’s works have become a style of Chinese contemporary art creation and he has become a case for continuous discussion in the international field.
The exhibition delves into some of the realities in Chinese contemporary art history, sifts through the “sites” behind the survival of artists, and therefore develops a unique research topic.
40 years of artistic accumulation is presented to the viewers in six sections encompassing picture storybooks, stamps, and Chinese paintings through a panoramic display.
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.
It features art exploration in terms of the integration of traditions and revolutions by Italian artist Matteo Basilé and Chinese artist Shi Liang.
This exhibition rediscovers China as it was while reflecting on the historical scenes of China, which were once again reunited and re-examined. The exhibition will remain on view until July 28.
The exhibition displays around 200 works, connecting the lives of the two generations, and expresses the core idea: cultural protection and inheritance.
The exhibition as the largest solo exhibition ever in Leandro’s art career, has occupied the entire space of CAFA Art Museum.
It brings together over 100 works by about 70 artists from nearly 20 countries.
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.