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An Unconventional Vision of the Soul: Susan Swartz’s “Personal Path” made its debut in China

An Unconventional Vision of the Soul: Susan Swartz’s “Personal Path” made its debut in China

The exhibition features 83 paintings created recently by Susan Swartz, including two series she created especially for this exhibition, which are “Nature Revisited” and “Breaking Away” series. Through the use of an abstract painting language, the works are either colorful or dynamic which presents us with an unconventional scene of the soul by a female...
Do the Best to Cultivate and Persist in the Artistic State: “Cultivator—Exhibition of Dai Ze’s Oil Paintings” Opened

Do the Best to Cultivate and Persist in the Artistic State: “Cultivator—Exhibition of Dai Ze’s Oil Paintings” Opened

In the course of the development of Chinese oil painting in the 20th century, Mr. Dai Ze has made outstanding contributions. The exhibition selects more than 150 oil paintings, which are divided into four parts to summarize his creations.
The CAFA Centenary Exhibition: Tradition is the power for invention is on view in London

The CAFA Centenary Exhibition: Tradition is the power for invention is on view in London

This reflection on tradition has been embodied by the work of its contemporary artists. Over 30 works by internationally renowned Chinese artists including Xu Bing, Sui Jianguo, Su Xinping, Liu Xiaodong, Yu Hong, Qiu Zhijie and Wang Yuyang are showcased at The Prince's Foundation School of Traditional Arts gallery in Shoreditch during the week of...
Du Xiaotong: Silently Moving Forward, Ink and Wash Has Been Rooted in My Heart

Du Xiaotong: Silently Moving Forward, Ink and Wash Has Been Rooted in My Heart

Reviewing the creations of Du Xiaotong over the years, “sea” has been continuously depicted. The vast, fragmented, cold and misty scenes are regarded as objective scenes to be subjectively portrayed. From ancient to modern times, many scholars and literati have written poems on the sea, which is diverted from the demands hidden in...
Fou Gallery presents "Wei Jia: A Way of Life" in New York

Fou Gallery presents “Wei Jia: A Way of Life” in New York

This exhibition presents his daily work in Brooklyn, New York in recent years, including Xuan paper (rice paper) collages on large­-scale canvases, works on paper, hand scrolls, calligraphy albums, small manuscripts, and a site-specific installation. This exhibition showcases Wei’s complete creative process and his creative state to explore the connection between art making and daily...
HdM Gallery will present "Qian Jiahua: Antithetical" in London

HdM Gallery will present “Qian Jiahua: Antithetical” in London

Sensitive to the impact of space, Qian Jiahua’s works create subtle optical illusions, challenging the physical limitations of the flat medium on which she paints to suggest a third dimension to her pieces. Shapes with painted borders will lean outwards or be layered upon one another, not restricted by the two-dimensional canvass they occupy.
Rockbund Art Museum announces its annual project HIGHLIGHT 2018: “Is It My Body?” opening on September 29

Rockbund Art Museum announces its annual project HIGHLIGHT 2018: “Is It My Body?” opening on September 29

The focus is on how visuality dominates our living habits and modes of thought, therefore transforming the means by which humans perceive their own bodies and this transforms relationships between people.
“The First Encounter” and “Same Path”: Exhibition of Wu Zuoren and Xiao Shufang opened at the National Art Museum of China

“The First Encounter” and “Same Path”: Exhibition of Wu Zuoren and Xiao Shufang opened at the National Art Museum of China

It focused on the mutually reflective relationship between Wu Zuoren and Xiao Shufang, thus demonstrated their creative experience, the mind and vision of their generation of masters...
Duan Jianwei

Duan Jianwei

Duan Jianwei was born in Xuchang, Henan province, China, in 1961, and graduated from Henan University with a bachelor’s degree in 1981. He is a teacher at the College of Fine Arts, Capital Normal University. In recent years, Duan Jianwei often traveled to the grottoes, temples and folk cultures of northern China, and has gained...
Hauser & Wirth presents "Zeng Fanzhi. In the Studio" in Zurich, London and Hong Kong

Hauser & Wirth presents “Zeng Fanzhi. In the Studio” in Zurich, London and Hong Kong

The unifying theme of these presentations is Zeng’s investigations into the possibilities of painting in the contemporary era. The exhibition is reflective of a multi-layered approach since the artist works concurrently on several series.
“Bright Glory: The Aesthetics of Yuan Yunfu” was unveiled at Tsinghua University Art Museum

“Bright Glory: The Aesthetics of Yuan Yunfu” was unveiled at Tsinghua University Art Museum

It showcases 123 artworks by Yuan Yunfu, including the “Thousands of Miles of the Yangtze River”, which was collected by the Palace Museum. The exhibition is not only a commemoration of Mr. Yuan, but it also hopes to pursue the artist’s life path and significance in the art history through interpretations and discussions on his...
Three Hundred Years of British Landscape Painting: Masterpieces from Tate Britain are on show at the National Art Museum of China

Three Hundred Years of British Landscape Painting: Masterpieces from Tate Britain are on show at the National Art Museum of China

It is an exhibition of more than 70 pieces spanning 300 years that fully displays the development of British landscape painting.