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CAFAM announces the eleventh exhibition for its project space "Marginalized" to be unveiled on December 19

CAFAM announces the eleventh exhibition for its project space “Marginalized” to be unveiled on December 19

The 6 young artists presented by this exhibition are from the “marginalized” community, from different countries or regions. With their existing memories of their original cities and new memories...
Wang Huangsheng's Latest Solo Exhibition "On the Run" to be Presented at Redtory Museum of Contemporary Art

Wang Huangsheng’s Latest Solo Exhibition “On the Run” to be Presented at Redtory Museum of Contemporary Art

Curated by the noted scholar, art critic Pi Daojian and directed by Alice Huang – the director of Redtory Culture & Art Organization, the exhibition will last for over 3 months and fall its curtain on April 26, 2015.
The Retrospective Exhibition of Feng Fasi Showcasing His Road of “Cutting into Mountain”

The Retrospective Exhibition of Feng Fasi Showcasing His Road of “Cutting into Mountain”

It focuses on the 1940s going through to the 1950s, which are two important periods of Feng Fasi’s realistic art creation, “Road of Cutting into Mountain” is a phrase with a double meaning...
The Story Behind the Classics: “The Eternity of the Past – The Artistic Life of Sun Zixi” Opened at CAFA

The Story Behind the Classics: “The Eternity of the Past – The Artistic Life of Sun Zixi” Opened at CAFA

This exhibition is intended to show the audience the aesthetic philosophy, sophisticated ideas, material accumulation, growth experiences behind the classics, starting from the typical case...
Exploring Cross-Cultural Identity: “Art Space Germany” Opened at CAFA Art Museum

Exploring Cross-Cultural Identity: “Art Space Germany” Opened at CAFA Art Museum

In addition to showcasing the works by representative artists of the last 3 decades, the exhibition explores the significance and influence by the artists living and working in Germany to local art circles, focusing on the theme of the “Media and Expressive Way in Current Discussions”.
2014 Agnès Varda’s Award Issued by CAFA and Cui Jian won the “Special Attention Prize” for the “Blue Bone”

2014 Agnès Varda’s Award Issued by CAFA and Cui Jian won the “Special Attention Prize” for the “Blue Bone”

Sponsored by CAFA, Agnès Varda’s Award is a communication activity with the youth video, to promote cross-border creations, encouraging the experimental spirit to enter the mainstream...
CAFA Art Museum announces the solo exhibition by Federico Díaz opening November 30

CAFA Art Museum announces the solo exhibition by Federico Díaz opening November 30

His long-term project is based on observing the mass ornament, a reference to research by German philosopher Sigfried Kracauer, a member of the Frankfurt School – a sort of mapping of the specific characteristics of an individual’s movement within their own social unit in various parts of the world.
The jury is about to select the winners of the CCAA Chinese Contemporary Art Award for Artists 2014

The jury is about to select the winners of the CCAA Chinese Contemporary Art Award for Artists 2014

Different from previous years, CCAA of the year synchronously opens a channel to encourage and explore the artists who have always insisted on independent thinking and personal practice but are unfamiliar to the public, market and academic circles.
“Merging – From National Beiping Art School, Yan’an Luxun Academy of Literature and Art to CAFA (1946-1953)” opened at CAFAM

“Merging – From National Beiping Art School, Yan’an Luxun Academy of Literature and Art to CAFA (1946-1953)” opened at CAFAM

It is also a program for the “2014 Exhibition Season of Selected Works from the Collections of National Art Museums” held by the Ministry of Culture.