The exhibitions will run concurrently from April to November, showcasing her latest works stemming from her curiosity about the human body, her investigation of the human condition, medicine and healing.
The exhibition encompasses new works alongside established pieces of pivotal significance within the artists’ practice. The exhibited works consider ideas of simulation, decision-making, and automation in an immediate and sensory way.
This exhibition features 15 recent works focusing on the latest changes and different phases of his creative journey, and will remain on view through May 13, 2018.
It is the first time for the artist Liu Libin to present his personal artworks created over the last four years, and a total of 11 groupings including 63 pieces were on display.
It brings together the latest creations by 9 young artists including Chen Han, Chen Lin, Gu Yifei, Gong Yisen, Liu Wentao, Wei Yuhang, Ying Jingjing, Yu Xiaoyu, and Zou Qionghui. Prof. Tan Ping, Vice President of China National Academy of Arts serves as the academic chair of the exhibition.
The exhibition presents her travels as a method through which she builds research, and her artistic techniques as a way of transforming material cultures and histories across national borders.
More than twenty local and international scholars and professionals gathered with speeches starting from “conceptual art” to respectively delivered in three sections including “History and Theory”, “Context and Scene”, and “Inheritance and Expansion”...
This exhibition is the result of ShanghART’s Southeast Asia residency programme for this year and showcases about 20 new works created during their travels in Southeast Asian countries since December 2017.
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.
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.
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...
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.