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As Light and Shadow: Liang Shaoji elaborates his philosophy on “Silk Thinking” with “As If”

As Light and Shadow: Liang Shaoji elaborates his philosophy on “Silk Thinking” with “As If”

In Liang’s artistic practices over the past 30 years, metaphysical and philosophical thinking and poetic meditation has remained as his clue which leads to his pursuit in the beginning and end of life with the convincing symbolic meaning of silk.
Du Xiaotong: Silently Moving Forward, Ink and Wash Has Been Rooted in My Heart

Du Xiaotong: Silently Moving Forward, Ink and Wash Has Been Rooted in My Heart

Reviewing the creations of Du Xiaotong over the years, “sea” has been continuously depicted. The vast, fragmented, cold and misty scenes are regarded as objective scenes to be subjectively portrayed. From ancient to modern times, many scholars and literati have written poems on the sea, which is diverted from the demands hidden in...
Exploration of “House”: Taking Home as a Mirror, How to Reshape the Relationship between Humankind and House?

Exploration of “House”: Taking Home as a Mirror, How to Reshape the Relationship between Humankind and House?

“CHINA HOUSE VISION” gathers ten clues, which inspires the audience to understand, feedback and reflect on their own way. But the responsibility of reconstructing order requires further long-term considerations.
“Post Life Era” Under the Technology: Artists Discuss Life Issues

“Post Life Era” Under the Technology: Artists Discuss Life Issues

“Man is an invention of recent date. And one perhaps nearing its end... man will be erased, like a face drawn in the sand at the edge of the sea” This is the 2010 book published by Cary Wolfe, What is Posthumanism? quotes the last paragraph of Michel Foucault’s “The Order of Things”.
Zhuo Min: What Are the Different Results Brought by Ink and Wash from an Overseas Perspective?

Zhuo Min: What Are the Different Results Brought by Ink and Wash from an Overseas Perspective?

Zhuo Min, who has taught in Japan for many years, is called “a scholar-type painter” by the curator Hang Chunxiao. His ink and wash works are quite different from the ordinary ink-and-wash works because they achieve the “implantation of a certain problem consciousness.”
Xu Bing: Constructing a Closed “Circle”

Xu Bing: Constructing a Closed “Circle”

Recently, Xu Bing’s comprehensive institutional exhibition “Xu Bing: Thought and Method” was unveiled at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing. The exhibition brings together more than 60 works created during his forty years art career which tries to explore Xu Bing’s thoughts and methods through a comprehensive exploration and presentation.
Pang Tao: I am no longer 23 years old, I am not afraid at all and I will not draw back

Pang Tao: I am no longer 23 years old, I am not afraid at all and I will not draw back

From this elegant lady who has experienced many sufferings, has also achieved great success, we could find so many valuable qualities: tenacity, perseverance, transparency, sincerity, concentration, and her paintings are like her character, intelligent and full of vitality.
Combined with Light, “Into Ashes” While Spreading Thoughts: Liu Qinghe’s New Ink and Wash Narrative

Combined with Light, “Into Ashes” While Spreading Thoughts: Liu Qinghe’s New Ink and Wash Narrative

This exhibition was curated by Lu Hong, Executive Director of United Art Museum and exhibits span the three galleries of the Museum showcasing about 100 artworks.
Li Jun: Wake up in Eternal Recurrence – On Liu Qinghe’s "Into Ashes"

Li Jun: Wake up in Eternal Recurrence – On Liu Qinghe’s “Into Ashes”

The answer of “Into Ashes” is “unity”, and there is no exception. If the era is the “dust”, then the artist is also “dust”. If the era faces difficulties, then the artist is also faced with difficulties. If the era is “anxious”, the artist is also “anxious” and even more “anxious”. “If you ask me...
A Review of the Contemporary Meaning of Realism Started with “Xu Beihong – Living Art Forever”

A Review of the Contemporary Meaning of Realism Started with “Xu Beihong – Living Art Forever”

As an outstanding artist and art educator, Xu has gained outstanding achievements and tremendous influence. XuBeihong was one of the most important figures in the history of modern Chinese art.
Downsized Urban Art Ecology at 798 Art District in Beijing

Downsized Urban Art Ecology at 798 Art District in Beijing

The development of the 798 Art District has been accompanied with criticism that it grew more commercialized. Would Gallery Weekend Beijing actually bring new opportunities for the urban art ecology in the future? No matter what, without goals art life is not worthwhile.
Visible and Invisible

Visible and Invisible

When I went to Kassel, Documenta 13, 2012, I was most impressed by Tino Sehgal’s This Variation. The work took place in a very dark room. As I walked in, I could not see a thing, but I was drawn by some very attractive sounds. At first, a sound like a cooing dove, then, foot-tapping,...