The fundamental meaning of "Picking Wastage" is searching reality. In this exhibition, it implies the artist's creations are based on a working method that has developed through real life experiences.
In Hu Jing’s works, you can always find some social hot spots. For example, environmental pollution, the living condition of people and food safety etc. Interestingly, in his works, Hu attempts to convey an optimistic attitude to the spectators. He never creates only for the sake of creation.
Paper Dialogues is an artistic collaboration between Qiao Xiaoguang from China and Karen Bit Vejle from Scandinavia. In this project, Qiao and Bit will each create a large-scale papercut where they interpret their own culture and history in order to present it to each other and to the audience.
Starting from the case study of each artist, the exhibition intends to demonstrate the multiple authentic expressions from independent artists in the environment of contemporary art.
The five artists' explorations of concepts, emotions, thoughts and language have presented such different results. It is enough to show that even under the shackles of theoretical discourse...
Since China entering the so-called “New Era”, the new historical conditions have brought about dramatic changes and intense feelings for each of us. We observe and absorb such changes on both personal and collective levels, and there is always an impulse...
90 works by 60 artists from 23 countries and regions are invited to participate in the exhibition. It covers not only common art types such as installation, images, behaviors and paintings, but also are forms that are being exploited including sound, smell, lighting.
The exhibition will offer a comprehensive overview of Binet’s accomplishment in more than 100 works of analogue photography, including some of the most iconic photos taken throughout her 30-year professional career and her newly commissioned series featuring the walls of Chinese Suzhou Gardens.
This is the first time the works of Yves Klein and Lee Ufan are shown in China under a common artistic umbrella with their Chinese colleague Ding Yi.
Wang created a project titled BIAO at Halle 10, Ludwigsburg. Both Halle 10 and The Bunker have wartime historical roots from the same era but with different cultural contexts and historical memories.
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 Venice Biennale 2019 will carry the title “May You Live in Interesting Times”, which is open to different types of interpretation. Its Chinese version can also be understood as “just the right time”.