It was a sculpture retrospective exhibition which collected a number of exhibits concentrating on the most impressive works with the highest artistic level from the founding of Sculpture Department. It was held at CAFA Sculpture Creation Research Institute from September through December, 2012.
The exhibition aims to encourage young people’s exploration into artistic language and new ideas, finding and supporting talented young artists in China.
How could Tan's "+40m" which challenges simultaneously the space and audience, be created? How could an artist whose origins lie in printmaking like him walk into abstract art step by step? You may find the answers from the conversation between Chen Qi and Tan Ping.
His art drifts between artistic mastery and independence.
This exhibition of contemporary jewelry intends to summarize its development and introduce jewelry art and design in Europe and the United States to our fellow countryman in a more systematic way.
It highlights nearly 40 pieces of the boutique collection of CAFAM together with lots of precious historical documents.
Known as "a pioneer venturing to the farthest reaches of Chinese sculpture," Sui has been one of the most important contemporary artists in China. His art explores his unique understanding and recognition of creation, form, alternative media, alternative methods, and space-time.
A young artist as she is, she is concerned about the wiring points of happiness and repression in our daily life with the use of linguistic semiotics in her photography, paintings and installations. Most of her work focuses on privacy, communication among people, personal feelings and the consequent affection that they bring. What's special about...
It exhibits over 200 masterpieces of the Artist Book form created by more than 100 visual artists.
CAFA ART INFO took great pleasure in recording the conversation between them at the Central Academy of Fine Arts on March 31st, 2012.
Wang’ work belongs to the refined system possessing natural grace while coming from the remote charm of an antique taste. It impressively lives in the modern era, while at the same time being totally connected with a contemporary tempo.
Although they share something in common with their reflections of the modern meteorological China, that is they present profound descriptions of the essence of contemporary human and social reality.