Zhao Yang is literally abbreviated also tuned to ‘ZAO’, Chinese painting entrenched background blended with earlier literature involved profession cultivates the poetic, philosophical characteristics of the artist, which surreptitiously resonate the unspeakable humanity as his core conception.
The artist is good at exploring the variability and plasticity of things. The hard and soft materials, in his installation, permeate into themselves and create a production for each other.
It will feature a series of new works in a variety of different media, including installation, photography, space, and design, that explore the many layers of negativity through the process of artistic language.
The exhibition includes four chapters: “Open a Way to the West”, “Flying Asparas”, “Ceremony and Music Rituals” and “Worshipping”, through over 300 works to construct a dialogue between the ancient and modern.
This exhibition features brand new art works by several established artists working in the fields of photography, mixed media and paint, all producing pieces through Epson inkjet printing.
Almond’s mirror pieces, clock sculptures and nocturnal landscapes employ patterns that are in harmony with our circadian clock, recalling how physical and mental experience is effected by illumination and the presence of numbers.
Youth Pictorial Expression – Image Exhibition from CAFA focused on the presentation of graphical expressive way by the young artists who were born in the 1980s and 1990s, featuring more than 10 works from CAFA, the forms included the moving image, animation, photography, etc.
It strives to present one perspective that goes beyond the literal changes of things—it follows the hybrid, cross-boundary and interdisciplinary trends of thought to uncover the sense of such states of changes in a broader world structure and into the realm of contemporary art.
Through his works, lifestyle and working spaces, the Yeh attempts to redefine the meaning of material “junk” within the context of contemporary society...
This exhibition is Liu Yujie’s first big solo exhibition, she has brought several large scale paintings, installation works, as well as watercolors on paper: most of them are her recent works from the years 2015 and 2016.
The show conceived by the artist is entitled AS FAR AS YOU CAN SEE, and comprises a new body of drawings in the A fior d’acqua series and a monographic exhibition of his last twenty years work.
The exhibition showcases 10 of Pujiarto’s works, exploring abnormalities, weirdness and tragedy with inspiration from uncommon events or occurrences in everyday life.