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Posts tagged "sculpture"
Expression of Abstract Lines: Zhou Li Solo Exhibition “The Ring of Life” at the Hive Center of Contemporary Art

Expression of Abstract Lines: Zhou Li Solo Exhibition “The Ring of Life” at the Hive Center of Contemporary Art

Curated by Chia Chi Jason Wang, the exhibition shows Zhou’s paintings of recent years and her latest installations including the one of 20.6cm in length, width of 8.3cm and height of 5.5m, embodying the changing expression...
The Great Times of Sculpture: the Largest Exhibition of Sculpture opened at the National Art Museum of China

The Great Times of Sculpture: the Largest Exhibition of Sculpture opened at the National Art Museum of China

It showcases 590 sculptures by 316 sculptors over the last one hundred years, to fully present the developmental course and important achievements of Chinese sculpture over the past hundred years.
Museum Beelden presents "Absent Paragraph" featuring Nabuqi's most recent series of sculptures

Museum Beelden presents “Absent Paragraph” featuring Nabuqi’s most recent series of sculptures

Nabuqi has a minimalistic approach. The shapes she uses are simple and abstracted. They are reminiscent of reality, yet not specific. For the artist, the sculptures have meaning purely because they exist, as an artistic expression of the artist's energy...
Tang Moxi: Open a Book Can’t be Opened

Tang Moxi: Open a Book Can’t be Opened

Tang Moxi’s “A Book Can’t Be Opened” is a series of works, and the majority of audiences say that, “It is a group of wooden books”. However, things are not so simple… many books can’t be both opened on a material level or a spiritual level, which is the “book that does not exist” –...
Pace Hong Kong presents the solo exhibition of Sui Jianguo

Pace Hong Kong presents the solo exhibition of Sui Jianguo

Looking across Sui Jianguo’s creations in recent years, we can see the artist’s understanding of material reaching a more essential level as his thoughts on life grow increasingly profound. The exhibition features a series of sculptures and works on paper, which is also the artist’s first return to Hong Kong in nine years.
Interview with David Handley: The relationship with artists and the public in Sculpture by the Sea, is always dynamic.

Interview with David Handley: The relationship with artists and the public in Sculpture by the Sea, is always dynamic.

Staged on the spectacular Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi is one of Sydney’s most popular events, with 520,000 visitors viewing over 100 sculptures by artists from around the world.
Zhou Han: “The Golden Note”  – An Aggregation of Romance

Zhou Han: “The Golden Note” – An Aggregation of Romance

Zhou Han, has obtained a bachelor’s degree after studying under the Department of Mural Painting at CAFA between 2008 and 2012. Since 2014, she has been completing her master’s degree in Mural Painting at CAFA. Zhou Han was born in Changde, Hunan province, which is famous for raising dynamic girls. Zhou, just like her artworks...
The Construction of the Growing “Form”: The Largest Solo Exhibition of Zhan Wang “Forms in Flux” has opened

The Construction of the Growing “Form”: The Largest Solo Exhibition of Zhan Wang “Forms in Flux” has opened

It focuses on the latest series of works by the artist and backtracks over his most representative works and creative methods...
Chambers Fine Art announces "Song Hongquan: Clouds" opening on June 24 in Beijing

Chambers Fine Art announces “Song Hongquan: Clouds” opening on June 24 in Beijing

Direct carving in stone or marble continues to be his primary means of expression and forms from the natural world are his inspiration. He is one of the rare artists in China to have matured outside the academic system, an experience...
Long Museum announces “Zhan Wang: Forms in Flux” opening June 24 in Shanghai

Long Museum announces “Zhan Wang: Forms in Flux” opening June 24 in Shanghai

For the exhibition, the Long Museum (West Bund) has transformed its galleries into cavernous spaces tailored to best showcase Zhan Wang’s “site in flux” and “cycles of forms”. This exhibition invites the internationally renowned curator and the director of the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo, Mr. Fumio Nanjo as its curator.
Liu Yazhou: Sculpture is Not Just Born at the End of an Artist’s Production

Liu Yazhou: Sculpture is Not Just Born at the End of an Artist’s Production

The 2017 CAFA’s graduate Liu Yazhou, studies under the guidance of Zhan Wang. Having insisted on pursuing Sculpture as both his undergraduate and graduate speciality, Liu attempts to explore the relationship between space and object in his work, to reflect how he perceives life and to give insight to “the behavior of sculpture” based on...
Wang Mingze’s “Station”: The Truest Feeling of the Moment of Life

Wang Mingze’s “Station”: The Truest Feeling of the Moment of Life

Born in Chengde City in Hebei Province 1988, Wang Mingze graduated from CAFA in 2017, with a master’s degree. In 2007, he was admitted to the CAFA to study in the specialty of sculpture. In 2014, he became a postgraduate student of the Department of Sculpture, CAFA, he was engaged in the research of the...