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The First Exhibition of CAI Young Artist Laboratory: Self – Awareness and Artistic Expression

The First Exhibition of CAI Young Artist Laboratory: Self – Awareness and Artistic Expression

It is an exhibition project of young artists launched by CAFA ART INFO, which has relied on the academic background and resources of CAFA for many years, focusing on the learning...
The Same Promise with a Different Beginning: 2017 CAFA Graduation Season Unveiled a Warm Opening on June 1

The Same Promise with a Different Beginning: 2017 CAFA Graduation Season Unveiled a Warm Opening on June 1

A brick, a doorplate, a sentence, a book, a sketch, these surprises and unexpected things are the promise of the alma mater for the graduates...
The Silk Road and Celestial Clothes: Joint Presentation by Artists from China and the West

The Silk Road and Celestial Clothes: Joint Presentation by Artists from China and the West

This section has invited more than 30 influential artists from China and the West to work on a traditional Chinese silk robe as their “canvas” or “element”, by using their individualistic language...
The Silk Road and Celestial Clothes: Fashion Art – Involved in Artistic Creation

The Silk Road and Celestial Clothes: Fashion Art – Involved in Artistic Creation

Starting from the exhibited works, fashion art is constantly updated in the use of materials, breaking the restrictions of fabric, beginning with the use of metal, ceramics and other materials...
China Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale Opened

China Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale Opened

Entitled “Continuum”, the China Pavilion is an exhibition organized by “an artist for artists”, showcasing the profound connotation of Chinese wisdom. It explains the mystery of the immortality of Chinese culture and Chinese art, in the form of positive interactions between contemporary art and folk art.
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Long Museum announces “Zhan Wang: Forms in Flux” opening June 24 in Shanghai

Long Museum announces “Zhan Wang: Forms in Flux” opening June 24 in Shanghai

For the exhibition, the Long Museum (West Bund) has transformed its galleries into cavernous spaces tailored to best showcase Zhan Wang’s “site in flux” and “cycles of forms”. This exhibition invites the internationally renowned curator and the director of the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo, Mr. Fumio Nanjo as its curator.
Liu Yazhou: Sculpture is Not Just Born at the End of an Artist’s Production

Liu Yazhou: Sculpture is Not Just Born at the End of an Artist’s Production

The 2017 CAFA’s graduate Liu Yazhou, studies under the guidance of Zhan Wang. Having insisted on pursuing Sculpture as both his undergraduate and graduate speciality, Liu attempts to explore the relationship between space and object in his work, to reflect how he perceives life and to give insight to “the behavior of sculpture” based on...
AIKE DELLARCO announces the opening of “A Most Filial Imprint" on 24 June

AIKE DELLARCO announces the opening of “A Most Filial Imprint” on 24 June

This exhibition examines a particular form of art-making in which the object is shaped twice by the body of the artist: first when the body gives conscious or expressive form to the material of the object, and then again when the object absorbs the unintentional traces of the body along the seam between...
Chambers Fine Art announces the leading Hong Kong artist Lam Tung-pang’s inaugural solo exhibition in Beijing

Chambers Fine Art announces the leading Hong Kong artist Lam Tung-pang’s inaugural solo exhibition in Beijing

Curated by Abby Chen, Fragmentation brings together a group of objects, sketches, paintings and installation works that give viewers a glimpse of Lam’s process-driven artwork...
OCAT Shanghai presents “Follow_Me – New narratives in contemporary photography” featuring 10 young photographers

OCAT Shanghai presents “Follow_Me – New narratives in contemporary photography” featuring 10 young photographers

The two curators of this exhibition, Peter Pfrunder and Shi Hantao, have observed and studied contemporary photographic practices in China and Switzerland over a long period of time.
Pearl Lam Galleries presents "Inexplicable" featuring the works by 18 Chinese young artists

Pearl Lam Galleries presents “Inexplicable” featuring the works by 18 Chinese young artists

With a booming and fast-moving pop culture in China, young artists are constantly exposed to all kinds of inspiration, ranging from social media, fiction and movies, magazines, and daily life in a globalized context. This exhibition explores Chinese traditions and modernization, fantasy and science...
Cui Ailan and "Silence of Nirvana": Wood Chips and Residual Lotus

Cui Ailan and “Silence of Nirvana”: Wood Chips and Residual Lotus

Cui Ailan, who is a graduate of the Department of Sculpture, CAFA in 2017, has spent 8 years in CAFA, and her graduation creation “Science of Nirvana” was created in Jianchuan, Yunnan Province and Beijing. Cui Ailan has been to Jianchuan to sketch before embarking on her graduation creation, she went deep into Jianchuan for...
Platform China announces Wang Enlai's solo exhibition featuring his newest installation works

Platform China announces Wang Enlai’s solo exhibition featuring his newest installation works

Most of Wang Enlai’s creation materials are ready-made things. Ready-made thing inherently bears symbolic meaning. However, works of the artist weakened the symbolic meaning of the material...
Hunsand Space presents "Song Jiayin: Falling into Place" in Beijing

Hunsand Space presents “Song Jiayin: Falling into Place” in Beijing

Song Jiayin's works have always been full of non-consecutive narrations. Her presentation of bits-and-pieces bears the delicacy of Raymond Carver's short stories: full of small details but without any specific orientation. Mountains, buildings, portraits, objects have all come into wild shape in her hands.
Qiu Zhijie: Millenary Promise between Venice and Chinese Intangible Cultural Heritage

Qiu Zhijie: Millenary Promise between Venice and Chinese Intangible Cultural Heritage

Prof. Qiu Zhijie, Dean of the School of Experimental Art, CAFA, an artist and the curator of the China Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2017, gave a lecture in the Auditorium of CAFA Art Museum, to tell the triumph of intangible cultural heritage in China to the audience from all walks of life, who are...
Hadrien de Montferrand Gallery presents "Jiang Zhi – All the rest is rust and stardust" in Beijing

Hadrien de Montferrand Gallery presents “Jiang Zhi – All the rest is rust and stardust” in Beijing

The show will feature Jiang Zhi’s new series of photographs “Emanations” as well as three works from the series “Among the Destined”. The exhibition will open on June 17th 2017 and will last until August 26th.
Qu Daner’s “Weizhou Fishes”: Reflections on the Ontological Language and Concept of Painting

Qu Daner’s “Weizhou Fishes”: Reflections on the Ontological Language and Concept of Painting

Qu was admitted to the High School Affiliated to CAFA in 2000, recommended for admission to CAFA in 2004 and graduated from the 2nd Studio of the Department of Oil Painting in 2008; she studied for her doctoral degree at the Institute of Plastic Arts at CAFA in 2014 with Prof. Ding Yilin and Prof....