Wu may be said to have a consuming passion for Chinese folklore and mythology and the way in which countless generations of artists and artisans have given visual expression to this subject matter. Although he has enormous respect for the achievements of classical Chinese culture, it has had no impact on his own practice.
40 years of artistic accumulation is presented to the viewers in six sections encompassing picture storybooks, stamps, and Chinese paintings through a panoramic display.
This show presents the artist’s continued fascination with the ever blurring boundaries between the digitally manufactured, virtual spaces of our computer age and traditional reality.
It features art exploration in terms of the integration of traditions and revolutions by Italian artist Matteo Basilé and Chinese artist Shi Liang.
The exhibition displays around 200 works, connecting the lives of the two generations, and expresses the core idea: cultural protection and inheritance.
The exhibition invited Cai Caibei, Chi Qun, Fang Lijun, Fu Bin, Guo Donglai, Wang Lijun, Wu Mengshi and Zhu Peihong to participate as artists. They use different ways to convey contradictions and confusions that related to the time's property.
From a perspective of raising questions, this exhibition brings together a variety of professionally trained artists including Yin Chaoyang, Ni Jun, Song Kun, Kang Haitao, Zhang Jian, Zhou Wenzhong, Qi Xing, Chen Zhuo and Jiang Shanchun.
As the most significant exhibition highlighting work by Pablo Picasso ever to take place in China, “Picasso – Birth of a Genius” was announced by UCCA Center for Contemporary Art Beijing in June of 2019.
It is worth mentioning that the exhibition has specially set up a corner “drawing studio” and is equipped with a large number of hand-drawn drawings and concept drafts. It is obvious that the exhibition intends to present the real creative scene and working status of artist Li Yousong, which also provides a case study for...
The exhibition features paintings and drawings by the reknowned painters Duan Zhengqu, Mao Xuhui, and Wang Yuping. The exhibition is curated by the aclaimed art curator Dai Zhuoqun, who leads us looking into auro, sensitivity, and serenity in the realm of art.
Lin Gang was born in Ningjin, Shandong Province in 1924. He is a contemporary Chinese oil painter and a famous professor in the Department of Oil Painting at the Central Academy of Fine Arts. In 1999, he was awarded the Pushkin Medal by the Russian Ministry of Culture and was appointed as the Emeritus Professor...
Drawing from his Chinese academic education and the Western artistic lexicon, Nanxing approaches painting with both an analytical and synthetical mind—posing riddles, yet solving them at the same time. In other words: the recipe, as much as the dish itself, matters equally to him.