This exhibition features 15 recent works focusing on the latest changes and different phases of his creative journey, and will remain on view through May 13, 2018.
It is the first time for the artist Liu Libin to present his personal artworks created over the last four years, and a total of 11 groupings including 63 pieces were on display.
It brings together the latest creations by 9 young artists including Chen Han, Chen Lin, Gu Yifei, Gong Yisen, Liu Wentao, Wei Yuhang, Ying Jingjing, Yu Xiaoyu, and Zou Qionghui. Prof. Tan Ping, Vice President of China National Academy of Arts serves as the academic chair of the exhibition.
The exhibition is like a ‘reporting show’ for Zhou's year as a visiting artist and scholar at Dartmouth College. Most of the works continue the style of her previous ‘Taste of Memory’ series.
Ye flattened a selection of images off the internet, layered and clustered them around a left-black human figure in the center, as if layered sketches of various virtual identities of the same individual in the cyber world.
Comprising 180 unique "portraits," these paintings build upon an array of influences informing the artist's work, from Chinese calligraphy to Expressionism, whilst marking an extraordinary foray into totally new territory.
From the trend of chasing the Western modernism in the early years to the present diverse and open creative expressions in the art world, Chen Xi has always used painting to participate in and experience the art world. And also she has different understandings and strategies...
The exhibition explores dualities such as myth and religion; representation and illusion; and the living and the inanimate and the shifting conflict and coalescence between them. It is a lively combination and conversation among works that are very different from each other and yet share certain affinities, characteristics and conditions.
Chen Xi used a rabbit in her artistic creation to reflect the difficulties people are facing, also reflecting her energy as inspired by the complex world.
With a recent focus on multiple mediums over the last decade that accentuates the artist’s mastery of color and texture, these new works are a true representation of this direction in full force.
With an emphasis on new and recent works, including some exhibited for the first time, the exhibition ‘Sean Scully: Standing on the Edge of the World’ features a number of pieces from the past thirty years, selected and arranged by curator Alfredo Cramerotti.
The exhibition includes 9 new paintings and 9 new works on paper that continue Hollowell’s investigation of bodily landscapes and sacred iconography through allusions to the human form, and women’s bodies in particular.