This exhibition presents Yin Qi’s latest paintings, including oil, print, and mixed media works. The exhibition will be on view through September 16th, 2018.
From 26 May through 26 June, 2018, CAFA’s graduation show, showcased artworks from the undergraduate students at CAFA Art Museum.
A total of 187 excellent works are selected for the three sections, including expressive oil painting, realistic oil painting, and abstract oil painting.
The exhibition covers over 70 representative works featured contemporary ink and wash by the artist in recent years.
Recently, Xu Bing’s comprehensive institutional exhibition “Xu Bing: Thought and Method” was unveiled at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing. The exhibition brings together more than 60 works created during his forty years art career which tries to explore Xu Bing’s thoughts and methods through a comprehensive exploration and presentation.
From this elegant lady who has experienced many sufferings, has also achieved great success, we could find so many valuable qualities: tenacity, perseverance, transparency, sincerity, concentration, and her paintings are like her character, intelligent and full of vitality.
“Xu Beihong and His Times” traveled from Jiangsu to Inner Mongolia, and spanned more than a thousand kilometers from south to north, which was like a long and vivid trajectory stringing the wonderful and previous pieces together in the process of the modernization of Chinese art in the 20th century.
The “First Step Award” scholarship was established in 2016 to bestow awards on graduates who are highly academic, pioneering and creative...
The exhibition brought together seven representative oil painters such as Xu Mangyao, Yang Feiyun, Guo Runwen, Leng Jun, Li Guijun, Zhu Chunlin and Chang Lei.
From 26 May through 26 June, 2018, CAFA’s graduation show, showcased artworks from the undergraduate students at CAFA Art Museum. CAFA ART INFO takes you through a tour around this exciting exhibition of young artists.
The title “Already I Know the Storms” comes from Rainer Maria Rilke’s poem “Premonition”. For Jiang Zhi, “premonition” is also the primary motive catalyzing his art practices. Alike his own contemplation, always sprung from the inner, Jiang Zhi’s art is marked by arrest and suspension in-between the rising and the falling power.
She is a rigorous and calm observer and thinker. In her opinion, the graduation design should “make a problem” and the architecture of CAFA is a crossover in art...