It will be Ross Lewis’ first major academic solo exhibition in China, and is curated by distinguished art historian Dr. Shen Kuiyi. Dancing with Rope will showcase approximately fifty works by the artist...
The installations, photographs, videos, and sound installations of the exhibition compile the diverse ways in which contemporary artists use the motif of nature to examine, challenge, and re-define the concept of landscape not simply as an object to be seen, but as an instrument of cultural forces.
This is Zheng’s third project on weeds and politics. Zheng (1974, Beijing) grew up in China and studied in the United States. His socially engaged art projects have been featured in many museum exhibitions.
The art to be exhibited spans each generation of contemporary Asian art , and will display classic works from Korean, Southeast Asian, Chinese and Taiwanese artists. These works consist of installation art, sculptures, drawing, paintings, etc.
It encompasses important pieces spanning 25 years of Kentridge’s career, from early drawings and films to more recent multimedia works. The show culminates in the central work Notes Towards a Model Opera, which is a projection inspired by China’s socialist operas and it looks at the ideals...
In the syntax of their artistic practice and lives, “Guangdong” is no longer a proper noun about geography that describes or locates, but an integrated space with transformative possibilities.
The exhibition features 4 large installations, including his representative works in recent years, and also 1 site-specific work. Li Hui through his consistent use of industrial technology materials such as LED light and metal to create an “Instant Insanity” between time and space.
Ying Tianqi is the only artist in China who is using architecture as the medium of his art. He kept using the regional Anhui Province resources in his art works for 30 years. The artist intervenes tradition, history and the live scenes with his individual thinking and independent art.
His exhibition at the exhibition space of Galleria Continua in Beijing represents a new "challenge" faced by the artist through what he defines as a "learning process", an on-going project, which is at the same time a struggle and above all, the organisation of an actual organism.