Xu Bing’s solo exhibition “Xu Bing,” hosted by the United Art Museum and CEC Optics Valley, supported by the Ullence Center for Contemporary Art, and curated by Feng Boyi and Wang Xiaosong, will remain on view till May 8th, 2018.
All is quiet and still. The heartbeat of all things on earth, causes gentle ripples. Intertwined, mobilized in a changing and fluctuating way...Drifting with the current or surging up with great momentum, This depends on the strength of its energy, As if musical notes, Weaving, The invisible net within the Universe.
He was invited to talk about his art at CAFA Art Museum on 16 April ahead of his upcoming exhibition at Pace Beijing. "David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring" will feature his 'iPad drawings and video', which runs from Saturday 18 April to early June.
As a practitioner of contemporary ink, Wang Tiande has a solid accomplishment of traditional literati painting, but never sticking to formality, even though he is also pursuit of “spirit resonance”, his expressive way and artistic language has broken through the simple and traditional boundaries.
Invariably, their paintings expressed a range of emotions, whether they are serious, chaotic, misty, or humorous, they excavated the nature of painting materials with their unique styles.
For the exhibition, Zhang Xiaotao uses and processes multi-media visual elements to set a series of visual tension, and the tension is not only reflected in a natural object and scene, but also to place the whole atmosphere in a saturated horizon on the mirror of life, and the process of his works shift from...
This large-scale exhibition program presents how photography has become an effective vehicle in the exchange of contemporary photography in the international arena as an artistic, applicable and self-renewing medium.
This series of works we see today, “Sunflower”, in some way, could be taken as representative of the rise of thehumanistic ego in painter Liu Qinghe, prosperity that demonstrateshis individual passion for art.
It was on view at the CAFA Art Museum in Beijing from 29 September through to 15 November, 2013. It is the largest retrospective of Warhol’s artwork to travel to Asia, spanning his career from the 1940s to 1980s.
Through this series of his new works heralding the future value of history, the exhibition presents his development over different ages by means of a retrospective display, the exhibits were arranged according to the union of “Mirror Image”, “Blue-Green”, “Choreographic Map”, “Empty Word”, “The Empty City”, “Romance”, “Worldview”, “Curtains”...
From High Noon(2009), Chinks of Sunlight(2010), Registration(2012) to The Remedy series(2013), we will see that the artist has stepped away from her personal vision, and shows her deep concern for the social and human subject.
The exhibition touches the key topics in these fields and involves the theoretical clue behind such crossover experiment.