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Posts tagged "painting"
The Thinker Among the Artists: Lu Chen’s Road to “Searching for the Way and Change”

The Thinker Among the Artists: Lu Chen’s Road to “Searching for the Way and Change”

Lu Chen is considered the thinker of the artists in that era, in his short artistic career, he constantly thought of changes, from “Locomotive Doctor” to a series of creation of ink compositions...
Dialogues with the Dreaming: the Art of Zhou Xiaoping in Australia to be Presented in Beijing

Dialogues with the Dreaming: the Art of Zhou Xiaoping in Australia to be Presented in Beijing

Dialogues with the Dreaming tells stories of connection between Chinese and Indigenous cultures through paintings, photographs and multimedia works spanning Zhou’s three-decade long career in Australia.
Faurschou Foundation Beijing announces "Peter Doig | Cabins and Canoes: The Unreasonable Silence of the World"

Faurschou Foundation Beijing announces “Peter Doig | Cabins and Canoes: The Unreasonable Silence of the World”

The paintings will be juxtaposed with excerpts from Albert Camus’ writings to question the condition of human experience as explored in Doig’s practice.
Platform China presents the solo exhibition of Qiu Ruixiang entitled "Rabbit, Den and Barn"

Platform China presents the solo exhibition of Qiu Ruixiang entitled “Rabbit, Den and Barn”

In the curator Lu Mingjun’s perspective,the artist has been seeking for a possible “idea” during the past three-year “repetitive labor work”. Such an “idea” is not referring to others; it’s about himself.
Appreciating the Beijing City Sketched by Wang Yuping in the “Jingshan Hill St.”

Appreciating the Beijing City Sketched by Wang Yuping in the “Jingshan Hill St.”

It is based on two sketches themed on “Jingshan”, the use of acrylic and artistic oil painting sticks to sketch the Jingshan Hill St. and Jingshan Hill West St., recording the streets capes at the moment of “movement of steps and shift of scenes”, so that the viewer could have an immersion of personality...
Pearl Lam Galleries presents "The Plane of Rewriting" in Shanghai

Pearl Lam Galleries presents “The Plane of Rewriting” in Shanghai

The exhibition brings together eight Chinese artists whose works illuminate the idea of writing, rewriting, and erasing as a thread of metaphorical actions connected to a personalised scenario in art creation. In the action of rewriting, the audience encounters the artists’ deep contemplation, reflection, and transformation that informs their everyday existence in the world without...
Wu Biduan

Wu Biduan

As an artistic ‘versatile talent’, he has built a rich artistic creative world, and his artistic characteristics are very clear in the prints, sketches, illustrations, sketches, colored ink. He has a good vision on life, but his temperament is very simple, he has always been modest, instead of utilitarian. When he described a character, it...
Tang Contemporary Art announces "Jingshan Hill St.: A Painting Exhibition by Wang Yuping" opening March 17 in Beijing

Tang Contemporary Art announces “Jingshan Hill St.: A Painting Exhibition by Wang Yuping” opening March 17 in Beijing

Wang Yuping is known for his gritty, comic book style portraits of urban life in China. His paintings are playful, feature rough, tough or absurd Beijing characters and seem to spy on life in the inner city as a kind of Wang Shuo of the art’s world.
ShanghART presents Hu Liu’s first solo exhibition "Dark Wave" with the gallery in Shanghai

ShanghART presents Hu Liu’s first solo exhibition “Dark Wave” with the gallery in Shanghai

Hu Liu has been sticking to pencil drawing as the way of her artistic practice. Each piece requires several months to complete and consumes thousands of pencils. Through her works, Hu tries to create another way of viewing: black, as a light-absorbing colour, interacts with the refraction...
Pace Hong Kong announces "Qiu Xiaofei: Pine or Willow" opening March 20

Pace Hong Kong announces “Qiu Xiaofei: Pine or Willow” opening March 20

This new solo exhibition will present the artist's latest works on canvas and paper, as well as painting installations. These new works further explore contradictory ideas seen in earlier works, revealing the unresolved dynamic elements within contradictions through repeated depictions...
INK studio announces "Tai Xiangzhou: Speculative Cosmologies" opening March 18

INK studio announces “Tai Xiangzhou: Speculative Cosmologies” opening March 18

Working in the literati mode, Tai spent years copying and mastering classical compositions and brushwork. He focuses on the monumental landscapes of the Song Dynasty (960-1279), considered a Chinese golden age for both pictorial and astral arts.
Don Gallery presents Lu Song’s first solo exhibition “Control Point” in Shanghai

Don Gallery presents Lu Song’s first solo exhibition “Control Point” in Shanghai

The works on show this time all come from the artist’s recent painting practice. By a deliberation separation and layering of colors, the artist dissolves the necessary boundaries between diverse situations, rendering a dramatic alienation effect...