This is the very installation “Tao Hua Yuan: A Lost Utopia Village” by artist Xu Bing. It was presented at Victoria & Albert Museum in London last year, so this is the second show...
It is an important environment for us to study contemporary ink art, while we face a challenge in how to support and promote it in an academic way. In the face of domestic “hot ink” trend, it was also very important for the artists to adhere to an academic training in such an environment.
Zhao Zhao is wild about challenging the reality and the traditional ideology through a variety of art media. Those radical and anarchist attitudes revealed from his works are the result of his focus towards the individual consciousness of freedom.
Curated by John Tancock, the two-part exhibition focuses on a group of new works at Chambers Fine Art and a selection of earlier works at Francis M. Naumann Fine Art that offers insights into the convergence of conceptual and politically engaged aspects of his practice.
The exhibition is entitled “Roaming on the Edges”, with a flow of “roaming”, the sharp and intense conflict of the “edges”,...
In "The Sphere" she shows eight works from the Ping Pong series and four from the Needle and Thread series. The word "ping pong" is derived from the sound the ball makes as it zips back and forth between two players.
The human body has been an artistic research interest in Xia’s work for a long time, while Steiner always works in black and white in her paintings.
Organized by Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum and CAFA Art Museum in collaboration with PHOTO SHANGHAI, the exhibition will open to the public on September 5 and run through October 15.
Uysal will present two news series of sculptural and installation work, "Suspended" and "Painting", which explore the concept of value in art as a cultural production and commodity.