This ambitious and tightly curated exhibition includes seventy works by twenty-eight artists, architects, and designers from nine Southeast Asian countries, plus Hong Kong, the Netherlands, Sri Lanka, and the United States.
It takes a chronological approach and around 100 artworks are selected from its collection, which are extremely influential among the past 40 years...
A total of 380 pieces by graduates are displayed, representing the highest level of visual art by students.
In recent years, Li Mingchang tends to probe personal predicament via painting, to explore the generalized edge that painting could refer to by combining gray narrative with obscure brush.
On 8 May 2018, the 2018 Graduate Students’ Artwork Exhibition at the Central Academy of Fine Arts has been unveiled at the CAFA Art Museum.
By taking a shot/countershot approach to his life and career, and by revealing the secrets of his cinematic language, the exhibition also attempts to re-evaluate Chaplin’s revolutionary artistic heritage.
Yang Shu's work has always maintained unique visual language features and evolutional clues during his continuous creation since 1980s, the works from each period are surprising yet constitute an ongoing whole, so does this time's exhibited work.
Ni Youyu's practice does not apply demarcation to antiquity and modernity, nor does it concern itself with the task of reinventing paradigms—so the artist says.
It showcases Xu's most important works of his recent oeuvre, including the monumental installation Shanshui Totem. Comprised of massive 'landscape pillars' measuring over three metres high, Xu's artwork acts as its own intervention in the gallery space, conjuring a spiritual landscape...
The exhibition aims to show the broad range of his inquisitive and pluralistic approach to painting with representative works from the different studios revealing different themes and stylistic innovations.
For this project, Liu Zhan transforms the balcony of The DRC No.12 art space into an acoustic field, receiving signals and collecting voices from afar, in an effort to re-evoke the sense of absurdity ensconced in history. In other words, Balcony is at once a physical space and a metaphor of an era.