This exhibition is the latest offering from Asia Art Center’s recent “The Spirit of the East” series and brings together important artists who were born in Mainland China then moved to Taiwan in the post war period and went on to influence the development of modern Taiwanese art...
In this exhibition, the artist continues his inquiry into the relations between painting language and literature practice, which he has already begun to experiment in connecting literature practice such as the distich, correspondence with painting mode from 2015 till 2018.
Through taking “Redoubt” as the object and mythical story as the external idea, Matthew Barney expands his discussion to a variety of metaphors and transformations based on history and current situations.
The exhibition features works by artists Ralf Baecker, Arthur Ganson, Martin Howse, LI Xuezhi, Fito Segrera and ZHANG Hua.
The exhibition features six sections interspersed with several subtitles and more than 200 works, making it the largest phrasal retrospective in his artistic career to date. For the first time, the Museum showcases the creations of an artist on all its three floors.
A group of travelers moves through the forest at the base of the mountain, and the proportional relationships between the figures and the landscape have deeply influenced Zhang Kechun's photographs. However, this is just one element in his photography.
More than forty paintings, sculptures, installations, photographs, land artworks will be presented in the Contemporary Art Center and landscapes of Qianshao Bay. The exhibition will fully explore the various aspects of this rich ecosystem located on Chongming Island, in the Yangtze River estuary...
By borrowing the title from John Berger’s achievement, this exhibition develops as a profound discussion regarding concepts behind contemporary art as a way of integrating western notions with a Chinese context.
The material employed in making the Roots series – cast iron covered in a patina of orange rust – likewise responds to ancient cultures and man’s first tools for tree felling and woodworking, rather than to the recent, more polite art history of bronze or steel sculpture.
The exhibition will showcase the latest work by the artist, among which the definitions of “self” and “personal portrait” by the artist are achieved via the latest cutting-edge technology combined with various techniques from fields including science, industry, medicine and art.
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.