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.
The artist is interested in processes related to materials that pose a challenge and at the same time are aesthetic. The work can be the translucent, the transparent, the light and the shadow, but also the physicality that emerges from the line. The uncovered visual effect reveals the different levels and ideas of creative materials...
Shen Cai has just graduated from the School of Design, Central Academy of Fine Arts, and she introduces us to a way of thinking and creativity of Chinese post-90s artists.
Presented across two institutions (moCa and the Cleveland Museum of Art) and developed in direct response to both spaces’ architecture, Invisible Cities presents a constellation of works that employs abstraction and fragmentation to create new narratives.
Wu may be said to have a consuming passion for Chinese folklore and mythology and the way in which countless generations of artists and artisans have given visual expression to this subject matter. Although he has enormous respect for the achievements of classical Chinese culture, it has had no impact on his own practice.
Compelled by a personal sentiment towards a world that is becoming increasingly fragmented, segmented and dissonant, particularly as a result of constantly renewing technologies, Ji Zhou adopts the medium of photography to convey his mediations between reality and illusion, nature and artificiality, as well as the mutual impacts from these dichotomies.
This exhibition examines several perspectives of thinking and artistic proposals as significant examples of different projects and work issues developed by the artist through his career.
In this exhibition Zheng Lu continues to explore “root metaphor” (his exhibition“Root Metaphor”is now on show at Sundarm Tagore Gallery in New York).
It features works created over the time span of a decade, reveals the unbeknownst part of the artist in his creation, which most of the works were never shown before.
Traversing among various mediums and in their own visual languages, the two artists narrate the tales on a mutual theme: the formation of mountains, whose spectacularity irrelevant to anthropic activities yet continuously gazed upon and delineated by humankind throughout history.
Erlich created a new version of Building for this exhibition. It is inspired by the classic shop signs and outer firewalls in Chinatown. The entity that is originally far away from China is now placed in the Chinese capital city. The approach embodies the eternal distance between representation and essence, and how we easily accept...
The variety of media in which Bradford works reflects the artist’s singular exploration of societal contradictions, which can move and inspire actions in the present day. He is arguably one of the most important American contemporary artists today for the ways his artwork resonates within the United States as well as on a global scale....