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The Central Academy of Fine Arts kicked off its centennial celebrations on April 1 2018

The Central Academy of Fine Arts kicked off its centennial celebrations on April 1 2018

Starting from a new epoch based on the achievements CAFA has made over the past hundred years, we would conscientiously study and implement the artistic and educational...
Studying the Nature of Things: “Detachment” The Second Exhibition of CAI Young Artist Laboratory Opened

Studying the Nature of Things: “Detachment” The Second Exhibition of CAI Young Artist Laboratory Opened

The three young artists Mi Jie, Sun Yitian and Yan Laichao present their observations and reflections on “objects” from their individual perspective.
NOW: Art galleries across the UK are celebrating female contemporary artists working in China now

NOW: Art galleries across the UK are celebrating female contemporary artists working in China now

This collaborative programme led by Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA) brings together five distinct art organisations across the UK, to show a diverse range of art works and new commissions from some of the most exciting female artists working in mainland China.
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Wu Hongliang: Xu Beihong and No. 2A Dayabao Hutong

Wu Hongliang: Xu Beihong and No. 2A Dayabao Hutong

In the lecture, Wu Hongliang started with the relationship between Xu Beihong and No. 2A Dayabao Hutong, then selected four historical time nodes and returned to historical events to review and analyze changes in people and events, thus restoring historical events and stories while outlining the art ecology of the 20th century. ...
IMPRESSION· IN THE RAIN: Ting Zhou Solo Exhibition will be presented at AVA Gallery & Art Center

IMPRESSION· IN THE RAIN: Ting Zhou Solo Exhibition will be presented at AVA Gallery & Art Center

The exhibition is like a ‘reporting show’ for Zhou's year as a visiting artist and scholar at Dartmouth College. Most of the works continue the style of her previous ‘Taste of Memory’ series.
de Sarthe Gallery presents Dong Jinling: “The Purity Of A Horse”

de Sarthe Gallery presents Dong Jinling: “The Purity Of A Horse”

In this exhibition Dong Jinling expands and reflects on the notion of “Purity.” She discusses the delicate relationship and the strong emotional bond that exists between humans and animals. The artist has chosen horses as a focal point as they have had a close relationship to humans since ancient times.
Power Station of Art presents "Christian Boltanski: Storage Memory" in Shanghai

Power Station of Art presents “Christian Boltanski: Storage Memory” in Shanghai

Through installations, videos, sounds and shadow theaters, the exhibition will seek to inspire visitors’ emotional bonds on visual, aural, and psychological levels, so as to question the unpredictable encounters and experiences of individuals in daily and historical contexts.
Zhou Bo: Dunhuang and Modern Visual Culture in China

Zhou Bo: Dunhuang and Modern Visual Culture in China

In this lecture, the artworks by Zhang Daqian, Wu Zuoren, Sun Zongwei, Dong Xiwen, Saone Chang and so on were used to introduce Dunhuang’s influence on modern Chinese art and design.
“Go With the Times: CAFA Centennial Celebration Exhibition” Kicked Off

“Go With the Times: CAFA Centennial Celebration Exhibition” Kicked Off

Based on the collection from CAFA Art Museum, it has selected representative pieces created by the students & teachers from CAFA during different periods over the past one hundred years...
Wang Lianming: Chinese Fountain of the Ming and Qing Dynasties–From a Western zoetrope picture from a collection in Kobe

Wang Lianming: Chinese Fountain of the Ming and Qing Dynasties–From a Western zoetrope picture from a collection in Kobe

He initiated this lecture by introducing an exquisite Western zoetrope picture in a collection in Kobe, then gradually led to the discussion of the metaphors of water and “fountain”(shuifa) in the context of traditional culture...
OCAT Shanghai presents "On Struggling to Remain Present When You Want to Disappear"

OCAT Shanghai presents “On Struggling to Remain Present When You Want to Disappear”

In collaboration with KADIST, the exhibition brings together immersive video and sound installations as well as photographs by 13 artists from Angola, Argentina, China, Germany, Italy, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
Zhang Qiqun: Why Did the Qin & Han People Believe in Yin-Yang and the Five Elements?

Zhang Qiqun: Why Did the Qin & Han People Believe in Yin-Yang and the Five Elements?

During the lecture, Prof. Zhang started from the historical background of Yin-Yang and Five-element theory in the Qin and Han dynasties. By quoting the historical accounts that remained from ancient times, he demonstrated & expounded the relationship between the ancient Chinese astronomy...
Vanguard Gallery presents LUCY Episode 1: “LucyLucy” in Shanghai

Vanguard Gallery presents LUCY Episode 1: “LucyLucy” in Shanghai

Ye flattened a selection of images off the internet, layered and clustered them around a left-black human figure in the center, as if layered sketches of various virtual identities of the same individual in the cyber world.
MoMA PS1 will showcase "Land: Zhang Huan and Li Binyuan" in New York

MoMA PS1 will showcase “Land: Zhang Huan and Li Binyuan” in New York

It brings together a selection of performance works by two Chinese artists of different generations that address the relationship between the body and the land. The exhibition juxtaposes videos and photographs of early performance works by Zhang Huan (Chinese, b. 1965) with those of more recent performances by Li Binyuan (Chinese, b. 1985).
Sean Kelly presents "180 Faces" featuring the new work by Liu Wei in the United States

Sean Kelly presents “180 Faces” featuring the new work by Liu Wei in the United States

Comprising 180 unique "portraits," these paintings build upon an array of influences informing the artist's work, from Chinese calligraphy to Expressionism, whilst marking an extraordinary foray into totally new territory.