This collection of works is extremely intense as if the young artist Gao Yang has the heart ripped out of his chest, shown his beating heart with thick red blood pouring out. These pieces have demonstrated Gao Yang’s almost primal instincts, so alive and powerful, with no disguise.
Fu Shuai’s work is forthright and decisive, building up paradoxical images with convincing forms, blotches and texture. His interference with painting by ready-made objects establishes unique visual rhetoric, propelling forward the semantics and expressions of easel paintings...
Realized via neurotechnology, electroencephalogram (EEG) technology in particular, “Still” is an interactive installation that senses and reflects a spectator’s changing attention levels. During the immersive experience, the viewer controls the ambience through their brainwaves and simultaneously observes her own emotions, constantly shifting her role between spectator and performer.
With such as fizzling and buzzing name, they want to invite everyone, in the scene, to experience the electrostatic-like emotional touch, brought by the work, falling with daily familiar or not being found.
The exhibition has invited three artists who come from different countries and cultural contexts, but have a lot in common, to represent the generation born in the 1950s, who began their artistic creations in the 1970s and 1980s.
She will debut a new body of work comprised of sculptures and paintings representing her use of materials from familiar surroundings that have informed her continued engagement with the natural world.
In their new series of works, industrial and human elements are employed to explore the tactile, sensual and emotional relationship between object and man, as well as the notion of interaction between objects beyond the perception of man of both physical and metaphysical nature.
The exhibition is the first time in Asia to showcase Peter Gentenaar’s paper sculpture and paper clothing with a total of 66 pieces.
Around 200 representative photographs were carefully selected and finally presented to the audience. The exhibition remains on view till May 14.
In recent works, Xu Cheng paints all kinds of figures on corrugated cardboards, sometimes coarse cardboard changes the direction of painting brush, sometimes he paints some straight lines deliberately, which stands in for the creases in the cardboard itself, and are often mistaken as such.
The exhibition is planned by the Graduate School, CAFA, aimed at collectively presenting the academic exchange exhibition of the high-end art talent from higher art schools in China.
This is another attempt to practice self-awareness and self-understanding. The exhibition is guided by a twenty-year friendship between two people. Having known one another for a long time, this marks the first time fragments from the trajectory of their practices share the same space...