Curator Liu Libin believes that Chen Mingqiang’s choice of “ready-made” products have both a visual measure and consideration on social factors. The exhibition showcases his artistic exploration and creations over the past five years.
Themed on “Difference”, it covers a large number of high-quality works created in different contemporary contexts...
The exhibition revolves around themes of life and death, will and oppression. Lemmerz possesses a combination of classical art with contemporary issues of our world.
Nabuqi focuses on the connections between objects, the space and the surrounding environments. These connections stimulate her perception of the space and are presented in different forms in her works of sculpture and installation, which corresponds to Heidegger’s phenomenology of “presence.”
This showcase by CAFA will be the highlight of this year’s exhibition, featuring eight leading Chinese sculptors who have not previously exhibited in Australia.
Nabuqi’s sculptural practice departs from challenging the notion in sculpture that an object holds the center of attention, demanding the viewer to walk around it in order to perceive its features and properties. By undermining the autonomy of the object– what was a static finale, the aesthetic of forms, or a representation of taste, Nabuqi...
In this exhibition, the artist, incorporating the sense of mobility brought about by the unique U shape of space, has constructed an installation work that is fully integrated with space, with elastic fabrics and threads as the media of expression.
With this exhibition, the artist presents more than 50 works over the last decade that include Untitled (2018)...
In the main it was planned by Su Xinping, curated by Chen Qi and Wan Liqun, and the academic host is Shao Yiyang. The executive curators are Xiao Huang and Ge Yujun and the exhibition is co-ordinated by Guan Hong and Qi Peng.
The installation includes new and recent works in clay, wood and stainless steel by Deacon, and over 40 bronze and galvanized photosensitive resin sculptures by Sui.
It features more than 40 sculptural works by Tian Shixin, Sui Jianguo, Zhan Wang, Jiang Jie, Xiang Jing, Wang Wei, Liang Shuo and Geng Xue.
The show offers a focussed survey of major works from the artist’s entire career, including Personage sculptures from the late 1940s, Cell installations from the 1990s, the fabric works of her final decade, and the monumental spider sculpture Maman.