Liu Shangying is an associate professor and Deputy Director of the Department of Oil Painting at the Central Academy of Fine Arts. Born in Kunming, Yunnan Province, China in 1974, Liu Shangying graduated from the High School Affiliated with the Central Academy of Fine Arts in 1995, and then graduated from the second studio of...
It showcases more than 400 pieces of Untitled Drawings, a 1:1 scale inflatable version of Really Good, and other signature works over the past 30 years representative of Shrigley’s irreverent take on the intersections between art, design and popular culture.
Yang Hongwei’s creations have consistently explored the corporality of the media as his works are endowed with both conceptual shocking energy and visual freshness.
Using representational figures to express abstract consciousness, Peng Jian’s works create their own unique visual aesthetic – a complexity of emotion underlying simplified imagery.
Curated by Barbara Pollack, professor of School of Visual Art, New York, this exhibition explores aspects of time and the way time alters our perception of the artworks on view.
This exhibition presents Yin Qi’s latest paintings, including oil, print, and mixed media works. The exhibition will be on view through September 16th, 2018.
A total of 187 excellent works are selected for the three sections, including expressive oil painting, realistic oil painting, and abstract oil painting.
The exhibition covers over 70 representative works featured contemporary ink and wash by the artist in recent years.
From this elegant lady who has experienced many sufferings, has also achieved great success, we could find so many valuable qualities: tenacity, perseverance, transparency, sincerity, concentration, and her paintings are like her character, intelligent and full of vitality.
“Xu Beihong and His Times” traveled from Jiangsu to Inner Mongolia, and spanned more than a thousand kilometers from south to north, which was like a long and vivid trajectory stringing the wonderful and previous pieces together in the process of the modernization of Chinese art in the 20th century.
In 2017, CAFA ART INFO initiated the young artists exhibition project entitled “CAFA Young Artist Laboratory”, which aims to present the status and ideas of contemporary young artists in the process of exploration and experimentation. This exhibition opportunity allows CAFA ART INFO to go from online to offline, to offer the creative talent of young...
The exhibition brought together seven representative oil painters such as Xu Mangyao, Yang Feiyun, Guo Runwen, Leng Jun, Li Guijun, Zhu Chunlin and Chang Lei.