This exhibition revolves around a grouping of major new paintings, sculptures, and videos which refer back to his fifteen years of mature output while also opening up interpretive pathways for works yet to come.
Hu Qingyan experiments with form, medium and representation but at the same time his works are symbolically charged beyond their concept and production process.
Shi Qing increasingly turns towards experimentation as the means of production, as well as research into the issues surrounding the creation of social spaces. He has developed a modus operandi whereby each exhibition is treated as a site-specific project, determined by a new set of conditions.
In the world that strives to make things bigger and more complex, Leo Gallery takes the courage to move in the opposite direction, showcasing small, delicate and ornate masterpieces covering various art genres...
By emerging from the art academy into the public space, these young artists have opportunities for development in the larger world.
It includes 18 pieces / group of installations and videos by artists from both home and abroad and it will last untill February 28th, 2015.
It will be the widely acclaimed Chinese Contemporary Artist Ding Yi’s first solo in South East Asia, showcasing 11 paintings from his signature series - Appearance of Crosses, 1 installation and a public art sculpture.
Starting with “Naissance”, the exhibition will appear with a totally new artistic outlook for the public. It will be the accelerator for a generation of new blood. The dimensions of art works will break all the established exhibition plans.
The exhibition boldly parodies art consumption at the massive supermarket-like art fairs held annually in dozens of cities internationally.