On 8 May 2018, the 2018 Graduate Students’ Artwork Exhibition at the Central Academy of Fine Arts has been unveiled at the CAFA Art Museum. A total of 380 pieces by graduates are displayed, representing the highest level of visual art by students.
Gathering over 17 works, most of them new and recent, the stark and striking exhibition highlights Fathi’s delicate yet assertive works created in two styles: ink pen on canvas and acrylic brush on canvas—with the latter making its series...
A total of 380 pieces by graduates are displayed, representing the highest level of visual art by students.
In his oeuvre, Liu Xiaodong shows moments and stories from human life as well as situations and landscapes with an outstanding immediacy and extraordinary empathy.
The visual source for this exhibition can be traced back to the contemporary social visual archive the artist has been building since 2001 with his My Things series: every day for twelve years, the artist made a record of the everyday objects around him, scanning and categorizing them indiscriminately...
The artists in One Hand Clapping explore our changing relationship with the future. Produced in both new and traditional mediums—from virtual reality technology to oil on canvas—their commissioned works challenge visions of a global, homogeneous, and technocratic future.
The show originates from both artists’ preoccupation with production processes, colours and construction. The exhibition includes the latest works of Wang Yi and 6 works of Viallat including a work dating back to 1974.
His powerful graphic design configurations, colors, and sometimes, optical color juxtapositions are born out of his relationship with the locations and architecture where his wall paintings are created. Through thoughtful analysis, sheer intuition, and bold execution he creates and moves mountains.
The first solo presentation of the artist’s work in Asia since a traveling exhibition in Australia in 1985, this show traces the evolution of Guston’s forms, shedding light on the most prolific three decades of his long career.
Dense layering is one device of expression Ma uses for showing Ma's painting process. To him, all colours fall into two groups: those that are transparent and those not. On top and underneath, visible and invisible, colours in various ways of juxtaposition come into being in the painting...
The exhibition follows a series of paintings and installation works created by Fu in the past three years, from which the artist’s advancement and exploration in his own creative context is reflected.
The present exhibition features a selection of twenty paintings made between 1999 and 2018. Personal and culturally significant iconography unites the works presented therein.