For the last ten years, mapping has served multiple functions in Qiu’s artistic practice: as self-conscious gesture, workflow chart, exhibition plan, intellectual exchange, political topology, and cultural research programme.
Richard Serra is among the leading artists of his generation. Known for his large-scale, site-specific sculptures, the artist has consistently produced drawings throughout his decades long career.
This exhibition presents artists who are making important strides in the realm of drawing. After researching these artists, the organizer has edited a sampling of their work, in order to present a considered study of the current state of drawing.
Visibility of Power does not derived from a strict definition or our general experience of “drawing”, but to look back to “drawing” as an essence, or the point of genesis of art, to re-observe and re-discuss its contemporary operative system...
This exhibition attempts to divide “Go Live” into the specific actions to“Go” and “Live”. In the sense of linguistic game, it can be understood as departing, going outdoor and conducting the practice of painting from life and it can be an elimination of such practice approach.
Drawing is the basis of plastic arts, it plays many roles in the development of plastic arts which is a mutually reinforcing relationship. The exhibition is on show at Hall 13-17 and Hall 19-21 in the National Art Museum of China, and it continues to October 8.
“Paperwork” is an specialized exhibition that will reveal the richness of the crossgenerational practice of Spanish contemporary drawing to the Chinese public, with a group of 13 artists who have appropriated drawing and work on paper as a preferred medium.
Having each revolutionized a part of western art history, their original works on paper, preparatory studies, sketches and drawings are gathered together for the first time in China.
Taking the artistic creation and touching love of the couple Wang Linyi and Wang Henei as the clue, the exhibition is divided into 2 parts, including...
It shows a selection of his works along with additional information, short interviews with the library directors and quotes from talks with...
The show includes drawing, painting, mixed media, and sculpture presented in the five themes: Avant-Garde Reaction, National Epic, Bad Taste, The Immortals, and Wonderland.
It comprehensively presents more than 70 woodcuts, ink paintings, drawings and sketches created by Li Hua before the founding of new China, and is combined with the related literature and historical photos to restore in a three-dimensionally way the eventful years of Li Hua during the periods of the Anti-Japanese War and Liberation War