This exhibition focused on the “humanist spirit” that permeates Liu’s sculptures at various stages. Moreover, it showcases the theme of humanism...
As one of the first-generation of native sculptors cultivated in New China, Liu Shiming concluded his artistic creation as the “Chinese Method”, which could be understood from Liu Shiming’s experience.
This exhibition presents the sculpture of Liu Shiming, part of China’s first generation of locally trained sculptors, and the Chinese methods of sculpture that he proposed and developed.
The exhibition features six sections interspersed with several subtitles and more than 200 works, making it the largest phrasal retrospective in his artistic career to date. For the first time, the Museum showcases the creations of an artist on all its three floors.
The material employed in making the Roots series – cast iron covered in a patina of orange rust – likewise responds to ancient cultures and man’s first tools for tree felling and woodworking, rather than to the recent, more polite art history of bronze or steel sculpture.
The exhibition includes a two-hour film, five monumental sculptures, more than fifty engravings and electroplated copper plates, and an artist-conceived catalogue. The exhibition was on view at the Yale University Art Gallery from March 1 through June 16, 2019.
By featuring eight emerging contemporary artists and their multimedia artworks, this exhibition would like to challenge the stereotype model of immersive displays in shopping malls and commercial complexes. Curator Chen Yufeng motioned that he would like to awaken visitors’ active and creative...
Over a period of more than sixty years Arp produced an extraordinarily influential body of work that shifts fluidly between abstraction and representation, and between organic and geometric forms.
In this exhibition Zheng Lu continues to explore “root metaphor” (his exhibition“Root Metaphor”is now on show at Sundarm Tagore Gallery in New York).
It features works created over the time span of a decade, reveals the unbeknownst part of the artist in his creation, which most of the works were never shown before.
It brings together over 100 works by about 70 artists from nearly 20 countries.
Like a phoenix, Niki de Saint Phalle always rose from her ashes. She struggled with mental and physical health but found a way to heal through her art. As she declared in a drawing near the end of her life, “La mort n’existe pas/Life is eternal” (“Death doesn’t exist/Life is eternal”). Niki lived through her...