This exhibition will examine Crystal's continued exploration into constructing landscapes as metaphors for the intangible forces that drive human beings from within. Tying intimately with her emotional states, Crystal derives the narratives of entrapment, dispute, desire and fragile optimism...
The works by the two artists are presented and alternatively displayed in the exhibition hall, forming a secret inner logic, to get a sense of appearance of the contemporary Gongbi.
This exhibition brings together the major works of artists from recent years. A considerable part of the work was created by the artist when he served as the Director of CAFA Art Museum, reflecting his artistic thinking at that stage.
In Bian Qing’s paintings, the “landscape” is a cultural model of spirituality and a painting resource that has been historicized. These two dimensions interweave in his work, concealing one another.
Absurdity and Fantasy, local colorism and undornated style, reality and realism, the modernity process of painting and the interaction with the history of painting always consist in Qi Wenzhang’s works, constructing his unique visual narrative and theory of painting.
Mourning is one of the key themes of Jiang Zhi’s artistic creation. One can mourn an existence, a moment, an event; one can also mourn an era, a feeling, an idea as well as a feeling of ‘togetherness’, of ‘eternity’, of ‘blindness’.
Gillian Ayres refuses to preset her creation or the simple interpretation of her image, but she would like to challenge and to change with her emotional expression.
During the exhibition, Yu Yang, the curator, was interviewed by CAFA ART INFO, to share the curatorial origin, expectation and purpose, curatorial method and the understanding and cognition of Zong Qixiang’s art...
In her new exhibition, Kong Lingnan assumes her previous perspective once again, attempting to delineate from afar the individual and the collective, using painting and installation as media for advancing the self. It will be on view at Gallery Yang through September 24.
Zhu Zhengeng was born in Xuzhou in 1939 and died in 2012. He graduated from the graduate class of the Department of Chinese Painting, the Central Academy of Fine Arts. He had learned from Jiang Zhaohe, Ye Qianyu, Wu Zuoren, Li Keran, Li Kuchan, Liu Lingcang, Lu Chen, Yao Youduo, and so on.
The exhibition delves into the foundations of One Hundred Layers of Ink in Yang's calligraphy and early abstractions, and traces its multifaceted evolution through the late 1980's and 1990's.
The exhibition brings together oil paintings; site-specific installations and video work with associated text by Appel, all produced during two PIFO residencies in Beijing, one in 2016 and 2017.