The experimental method is to break the original overprint order of the printing plate. The printing plate is no longer in accordance with the original design order. It does not follow the overprint procedure of the standard register. Instead, it is spontaneously generated according to the graphic structure of the printing plate and is improvised...
Recently, Xu Bing’s comprehensive institutional exhibition “Xu Bing: Thought and Method” was unveiled at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing. The exhibition brings together more than 60 works created during his forty years art career which tries to explore Xu Bing’s thoughts and methods through a comprehensive exploration and presentation.
A total of 380 pieces by graduates are displayed, representing the highest level of visual art by students. Now Yinan Miao, a reporter of CAFA ART INFO will take you through a tour of the graduation show of CAFA.
A total of 380 pieces by graduates are displayed, representing the highest level of visual art by students.
In this lecture, he reviewed the experiences of creation, study and life, and talked about his artistic ideas and creative process. Director of Department of Teaching at the School of Graduate, CAFA, Ge Yujun, hosted the lecture.
It is endeavoring to fulfill the deepening of “Belt and Road” initiative, in which printmaking artists from 65 countries along the Belt and Road...
This exhibition brings Li Fan’s recent works from 2015 to 2017. Inspired from the mass media and selected the interesting images, the artist interprets and recreates figures and objects onto paper.
Wang Qi (1918-2016) was born in Yibin County, Sichuan Province, in January 4, 1918. During the period of the War of Resistance against Japan, he worked in the third office of the Political Department under the leadership of Guo Moruo in Wuhan and Chongqing, and engaged in propaganda work on the art of the anti-Japanese...
The exhibition unfolds around Li Hua’s woodcuts, original pieces, manuscripts and images, etc., with a deep interpretation of the different cultural identities of Li Hua, including pioneer, professor, and woodcut writer.
The four parts of the exhibition present the artistic history of Wang Qi, and the woodcut creations that started his artistic career in 1937.
Fang Lijun here turns his razor-sharp critical eye and unflinchingly honest gaze to the anxiety and pain felt by those living in the midst of a transforming society, shaped by rapid and critical change.
Mr. Zhao Ruizhen is of a cheerful, determined and straightforward character, while his works are bright & elegant, simple & happy. This exhibition focuses on Mr. Zhao Ruichun’s artistic growth experience and artistic achievements.