Withdrawing the original elements and functional properties of daily objects, Gao Lei's practice incorporates the transformation and combination of them, by highlighting the combined relationship between orders and chaos, coldness and emotion.
Levine centres much of her practice on the appropriation and transformation of modern masterworks, in an explicit examination of the primacy of authorship, originality and cultural legacies.
It is the largest survey by any Chinese art institution of the groundbreaking, five-member collective’s decade-long career. An expansive yet concise exhibition comprised of eleven works, its focus falls on several of the group’s installations...
In this joint solo exhibition, artists Liang Quan and Jin Shi have both independently chosen tea-related themes. Just like the philosophical and aesthetic intentions conveyed in their work...
The artist suggests, “My ideas grow from gazing into different space. Details of the architecture, such as walls, windows, stairs and furniture, can all become part of my work.”
The exhibition will explore how artists re-manifest the suppressed imagination and dreams in the sub-consciousness through video, installation, paintings, images and live performance. The form of exhibition appreciation also aims to break the previous static method.
The occasion is marked by a complete range of the artist’s recent works; paintings, videos and film installations in various form and materials, linked by a layering of images drawn from anthropology, film, archaeology and the artist's own childhood.
By transforming symbols of masculinity into both ritual and scenery, Jiang's work attempts to visually analyze the absurd nature of "desire" as abiological, mythological, historical, and authoritative symbol.
It remains on view until November 28.