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Posts tagged "sculpture"
The Exhibition of New Work by Sui Jianguo Unveiled at Pace Beijing

The Exhibition of New Work by Sui Jianguo Unveiled at Pace Beijing

Sui Jianguo has long been a leading figure in Chinese contemporary sculpture, hailed by critics as “China’s first and most far-reaching conceptual sculptor.” His works, which seamlessly integrate concept and form, serve as profound explorations of creation, medium, form, technique and the human experience.
Jiang Jie

Jiang Jie

Jiang Jie has graduated from the Sculpture Department of CAFA and she now works as the professor of the Sculpture Department, CAFA. Jiang Jie is a female artist who has been active on the frontier of Chinese contemporary art, and her art uses an in-depth humanistic concern to explore people, things and objects in a...
The Group Exhibition "A Window to the World – Asia’s New Trend" Opening July 4 at Soka Art Taipei

The Group Exhibition “A Window to the World – Asia’s New Trend” Opening July 4 at Soka Art Taipei

The art to be exhibited spans each generation of contemporary Asian art , and will display classic works from Korean, Southeast Asian, Chinese and Taiwanese artists. These works consist of installation art, sculptures, drawing, paintings, etc.
Li Jinguo's Solo Show "Ink" Exhibiting at Red Gate Gallery

Li Jinguo’s Solo Show “Ink” Exhibiting at Red Gate Gallery

Li Jinguo’s creative use of resin in sculptural works is well known. The inspiration for the ‘Bonsai’ series is the traditional Chinese art of nurturing miniature trees in pots. The recasting of classical Chinese elements such as plant life, plum blossom and Taihu scholar rocks in crystal resin gives birth to a unique visual expression...
Exhibition of "Markus Lüpertz in China" Landed at Guangzhou Redtory Museum of Contemporary Art

Exhibition of “Markus Lüpertz in China” Landed at Guangzhou Redtory Museum of Contemporary Art

Organized by Beijing Times Art Museum, this itinerant exhibition in China stands as the largest-scale solo exhibition of Lüpertz in China until now.
Inquiry of the Brick – The Exhibition of Ying Tianqi Unveiled at Today Art Museum

Inquiry of the Brick – The Exhibition of Ying Tianqi Unveiled at Today Art Museum

Ying Tianqi is the only artist in China who is using architecture as the medium of his art. He kept using the regional Anhui Province resources in his art works for 30 years. The artist intervenes tradition, history and the live scenes with his individual thinking and independent art.
DE SARTHE BEIJING announces Lin Jingjing's "Tomorrow was Wonderful" to be presented in their Beijing gallery

DE SARTHE BEIJING announces Lin Jingjing’s “Tomorrow was Wonderful” to be presented in their Beijing gallery

It features installations and sculpture alongside Lin Jingjing’s surreally-colored canvases, allowing the viewer to lose their sense of reality and become...
Fan Shuru's Solo Exhibition on Display at Beijing Commune

Fan Shuru’s Solo Exhibition on Display at Beijing Commune

Fan turned the distinctly unsophisticated way of chronicling to fill the void created over time. In the face of flux, he opted for purity instead. This is perhaps a case of cultural delay, and better understanding of this phenomenon can help us deepen our appreciation for the increasing globalization of today’s culture. The two pieces...
UCCA announces “New Directions: He Xiangyu” opening June 11

UCCA announces “New Directions: He Xiangyu” opening June 11

Best known for sculptural works combining comedy and high concept, He here takes a solipsistic turn, revealing an inner topography depicted in a highly sensitive painterly language. During a brief stint in the U.S. where language barriers proved difficult to navigate, He Xiangyu began translating into images the ridges, bumps, and grooves of his palate...