The exhibition title, Revelation, is taken from Pang's notable series Revelation of Bronze that she began in the early 1980s and continued into the new millennium. The series serves as a significant point of departure when Pang consciously moved away from realism towards full abstraction.
Over 40 paintings, prints, videos and on-site paintings that constitute the exhibition provide a review of the artist’s upbringing, life and mental progress as well as an observation on his artistic evolvement via the experience and perspective of an individual life.
Peri develops painting, sculpture, and drawing as three distinct bodies of work. He uses this initial creative separation to provoke unexpected interrelations, attempting to open a space of empathic encounter between the audience and the objects displayed.
Young artist YOU Yong is sincere and practical. Like other artists, his basic skills are strong, his emotions are real, his personal sensitivity is impressive, and his works are unforgettable. It is rare among young oil painting artists today.
The exhibition was curated by Cui Cancan and it will showcase nearly 20 indoor paintings from life on large canvas by Chen Danqing since 2016.
A total of 75 artworks by 15 artists representing the Supports/Surfaces are on display in this exhibition. Supports/Surfaces is the an artistic movement in France, which emerged in the mid and late 1960s.
The exhibition pays special attention to Su Xinping’s recent easel paintings and highlights his new artistic journey and achievements. It will remain on view till June 9, 2019 and is free to the public.
The exhibition consists of fourteen paintings that bring together the radically multicultural aspects of Gang’s art and identity. Though the artist is fully Chinese and American, he is considered (and considers himself) an insider’s outsider in both cultures.
Spanning over forty years, Ni Jun’s extraordinary career cannot be conveniently framed within any single narrative. By presenting important works and archives from different stages of Ni’s career, the exhibition attempts to situate the artist’s oeuvre in the intersections and entanglements of art historical and personal trajectories.
This 85-year-old man is always spirited, cleared-minded and highly motivated and has received great admiration from young people. Whereas, he himself has been humbly working in the field of art creating and teaching for over 70 years.
Hu Wei’s art begins with traditional Chinese painting, expanding the traditional medium of ink into mixed media and elevating a technical medium to ontological “thingness.” In the end, he creates deeper links to the Chinese aesthetic tradition within contemporary artistic creation.
Inspiration by Observation of Forms is the exploration and construction of the deeper spirit and existence behind the visual tension of Gu Xiaoping's works. It is also a kind of reconstruction and realization of his artistic experiment in the context of contemporary culture.