The forthcoming Second Anren Biennale will be themed on “A CONFRONTATION OF IDEALS” to open the strategic pace of international art exhibitions at Anren. The transformation of Anren from the “old town of the Republic of China” to the “Chinese Museum Town” is also a possibility for exploration...
This exhibition is a systematic display and sorting of the achievements of the art exploration of Affective-Imagoism Art made by Sang Huoyao, an ink painting artist of significant influence in China in the recent twenty years.
It will feature more than 100 works from Lucas’s thirty-year career, bringing together important past works and new pieces created especially for the project to reflect the creative trajectory of this uncompromising British artist to a Chinese audience.
The exhibition at the OCAT Shanghai re-evaluates the Modernist legacy of linearity, revisits a number of important subjects and motifs in Zhang Ding’s 15 years of practise, and further develops the core elements of movements, motions, and emotional or atmospheric sculptures.
The solo exhibition of Su Xinping was curated by Prof. Beate Reifenscheid and it features Su Xinping’s Wasteland series, Silent Townlet series, and his latest experiments in moving image and visual language.
The exhibition presents 68 sketches from Zong Qixiang, together with 68 photographs of Zong Haiping who created in the way of tracing the original sites of his father’s paintings. Using a form of artistic dialogue to represent Zong Qixiang’s creative thread, this exhibition intends to discuss the themes of paintings and photographs, father and son,...
Centering on the generation and development of his abstractionist style, it selects over 20 representative works of Ma over his practice of three decades, and thereby visualizes the theme of this exhibition.
The exhibition includes a two-hour film, five monumental sculptures, more than fifty engravings and electroplated copper plates, and an artist-conceived catalogue. The exhibition was on view at the Yale University Art Gallery from March 1 through June 16, 2019.
Pal(ate)/ette/ show artworks throughout Three on the Bund with the exhibition's core display in SGA. Curated by nrm, Pal(ate)/ette/ reflects the spectrum of associations of the homonyms Palate and Palette; a synthesis of the senses – taste sight hearing smell and touch – and presenting Three on the Bund as a cultural whole.
The artist will present 16 works on canvas created between 2014 and 2019, offering visitors the opportunity to view his dark and degenerate imaginary and contemplate an alternative view the of modernisation and industrialization, as well as to have a better understanding of not just the differences but commonalities between East and West.
During his more than 40-year art career, Yang Feiyun has not only created a number of portraits but also devoted himself to a large number of landscape paintings. Various themes are involved his landscape paintings, including work on almost every corner of his homeland, which reflects his realistic feelings and classical spirit. Besides, he left...
For No Quarter, the artist has designed a first-person shooter game with the objective of assassinating General Okamura, to be played by exhibition visitors who are connected using a local area network.