The participating works are approved by the Academic Committee of the Printmaking Museum and integrally collected by...
Luo Gongliu was mainly engaged in the creation of printmaking in the early years, his works reflect the life and struggle of the military and civilians in the Anti-Japanese Base, the representative works include: “If I Do Not Die, the Devil Will Die”, “Rhymes of Li Youcai”, “Ma Benzhai’s Mother”, etc. After 1949, he mainly...
The exhibition is about to showcase more than 40 masterpieces by Wang Huaxiang through his different ages, including “People from Guizhou” and “Close Quarters” series.
This exhibition is the very first attempt in Moriyama’s career to give a comprehensive overview of the silkscreens produced by himself. It will remain on view until February 16th, 2016.
In Wu Jiang and his artworks, what we see is an open, changeable and anti-conceptualizing visual mechanism and discursive logic. In his field of vision, form has difficulty being self-sustaining, and concepts are difficult to establish.
As a creative group of academic engraving art, all the 17 participating artists come from Engraving Departmentof Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts and present over 100 pieces of works.
It presents three sets of works themed on West Lake, created by Wu Yi, including the oil paintings “The 15 Scenes of West Lake”, the ink painting “The West Lake Landscape Records”, and the engravings “The West Lake Character Records”.
The imprint is the essential trait of print art. It is a mark with special connotations left consciously by the artist through the medium of printing. Just as the image of music is formed by notes and melodies, the image of the print is formed from the imprint.
Gu Changwei makes use of “money” to expresses the reality of China today, the things that harass the tranquility of people, the things to create miracle, the aesthetics of money, and the desire for money.
The exhibitions will remain on view till January 10, 2016.
After the first exhibition which is going to be held in CAFA, it will gradually be on shown at the Art Museum of China Academy of Art, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Japan, etc.
Su Xinping’s art is mostly derived from his thinking about memory issues, the relationship between personal time and historical time in his art...