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Interpretation of 24 Items in a List of Qiu Zhijie through "Mappa Mundi"

Interpretation of 24 Items in a List of Qiu Zhijie through “Mappa Mundi”

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....
Louise Bourgeois: With the Eternal Thread, Healing the Endless Pains of Life

Louise Bourgeois: With the Eternal Thread, Healing the Endless Pains of Life

The show offers a focused survey of major works from the artist’s entire career, including Personage sculptures from the late 1940s, Cell installations from the 1990s, the fabric works from her final decade, and the monumental spider sculpture Maman.
The Solo Exhibition of Pang Maokun’s Artworks “The Encounter with There-Being” Presents an Inner Gaze born from the Heart

The Solo Exhibition of Pang Maokun’s Artworks “The Encounter with There-Being” Presents an Inner Gaze born from the Heart

The works on the show created by the artist contrasts with his early paintings—when our vision is beset with the paintings on the four walls, distinctive in style and closely related to contemporary life...
Poetic Transformation: Doug Aitken’s First Solo Exhibition in China

Poetic Transformation: Doug Aitken’s First Solo Exhibition in China

What is expressed in post-modern art and what the viewers feel has the same value. Doug Atiken is good at using his work to describe a poetic transformation. In the exhibition at FAURSCHOU FOUNDATION, Doug Atiken is also describing the meaning of the transformation.
Starting from the Body: Marc Quinn’s “Under the Skin” Exhibition at the CAFA Art Museum

Starting from the Body: Marc Quinn’s “Under the Skin” Exhibition at the CAFA Art Museum

CAFA Art Museum presents a selection of work by the acclaimed British artist Marc Quinn which is the artist’s first solo museum show in China and the exhibits have been drawn from across his 30-year career to explore his enduring interest in identity from multiple series of his oeuvre. With these works Marc Quinn explores...
Fan Di’an: Brief Greeting to Arata Isozaki

Fan Di’an: Brief Greeting to Arata Isozaki

Within the international architectural world, Mr. Arata Isozaki is a master of architecture who attaches great importance to academic and scientific contexts while also being full of speculative ideals. He has a deep understanding of the inner development clues of modern architecture, further he has questioned the existing concepts and forms of architectural design with...
Niki de Saint Phalle: Building a Wonderland on Pains of Life

Niki de Saint Phalle: Building a Wonderland on Pains of Life

As a woman, she picks up art weapons, attacks unbalanced gender relationships and continues to question the fate of the female. As a person chasing freedom, she was reluctantly reborn with pain, from healing the wounds of life to releasing spiritual freedom, which remind us of what true vitality really is. 
Who was Zheng Jin? —The Predecessor of the Central Academy of Fine Arts and the Improvements of the Chinese Art Education System

Who was Zheng Jin? —The Predecessor of the Central Academy of Fine Arts and the Improvements of the Chinese Art Education System

The exhibition is presented with two clues: documentary and works for discussion on Zheng Jin’s oeuvre.
From Dusk through to Dawn: Studying Abroad in France and Developments in Oil Painting in China

From Dusk through to Dawn: Studying Abroad in France and Developments in Oil Painting in China

“PIONEERING: Chinese Artists Abroad in France and Chinese Modern Art (1911-1949)” will remain on view till March 3.
“Zeng Zhushao Sculpture Fellowship”: An Overview of Developing Traces of Sculpture by Chinese Youths

“Zeng Zhushao Sculpture Fellowship”: An Overview of Developing Traces of Sculpture by Chinese Youths

As the first national sculpture scholarship in the history of modern Chinese sculpture, it has reached a junction in its ten-year journey.
Authentic Individuals under Collectivism: Exhibition “Steel Home Still” Tells a Chinese Story in Venice

Authentic Individuals under Collectivism: Exhibition “Steel Home Still” Tells a Chinese Story in Venice

As the title Steel Home Still suggests, the No.3 Blast Furnace Museum will continue to record the future Shougang and urban memory...
Winds of Change in Forty Years: “Breakthrough and Return” of Chinese Ink Paintings

Winds of Change in Forty Years: “Breakthrough and Return” of Chinese Ink Paintings

There is no doubt that ink and wash is an important cultural resource for our participation in international dialogue today. Throughout the 40 years of reform and opening up, ink and wash art has never stopped exploring the epochal trends.