It features more than 100 works by Su Gaoli, along with the publication of the same title, by combing through the art of Su Gaoli from the perspective of the sketch, observing his art research and creative process.
It is divided into three parts, including “Memory of Hong Kong”, “Portrayal of the South of Guangdong Province”, and “Northern Sentiment”, this system is a comprehensive display of the artistic achievement of Yu Ben.
This exhibition takes the form of a dialog between drawing and sculpture, Zhang Dun’s delicate pencil drawings contrasting with the sensuous white marble sculptures of Song Hongquan.
With a graphic art that hybridizes manga codes with linear drawing and vintage photography, the exhibition Space Conflicts by Mariasun Salgado presents a series of digital collages and compositions with which she subtly alters the traditional codes of representation.
It presents various forms of drawings and sketches: plan drawings, design drawings, graphic drawings, digital drawings, mixed media drawings, life drawings, geometric drawings and illustrations.
It brings together new work by Jonathan Owen and Graeme Todd from Scotland and Rania Ho and Wang Xieda from China.
This exactitude of ambivalence, Lo believes, will help his work to cut through the drifting current of time, and invite us to ponder on the true essence of poetry.
In this exhibition Chinese audiences will for the first time be able to view drawings by Balthus, Caspar David Friedrich and Giovanni Alberti.
It will include a survey of past work by the Xijing Men, including video, drawings and objects culled from four of the five chapters the artists envisioned for the duration of their collaboration. An accompanying performance is tentatively planned onsite at the Spencer Museum of Art in Lawrence.