It was hosted by CAFA, organized by CAFAM, and planned by Liu Libin, the associate researcher of the CAFA Institute.
The exhibition focuses on the concept of ‘impermanence’ (Pali: anicca, Tibetan: mi rtag pa), which is considered to be one of the three essential doctrines of Buddhist philosophy.
Unpretentious and at the same time still on a rising curve, these four guys - Li Hongbo, Wei Ming, Wang Lei, and Ye Sen – are hard at work, totally absorbed – emotionally, manually, visually, intellectually, and physically...
Most of the participating artists are from the Department of Sculpture, CAFA, and they belong to a group of dynamic and creative young artists, doing their best to break previous creative patterns...
Professor Zhan Wang was the teacher of the elective course, and Zhu Liye was the teaching assistant of the course.
It highlights the energy, significance, and power of a place that Zhang Dali refers to as "holy" and "brimming with bright light."
Wang’s new work will be created in the exhibition hall in White Box Art Center, which writes the logo and titles of The Fortune Global 500 and top 500 world universities on the huge blackboard.
As the inaugural exhibition of the Museum, it specially invited a total of 10 artists including Huang Yongping, Wu Shanzhuan & Inga Svala Thorsdottir, Yung Ho Chang, Wang Jianwei, Chen Chieh-Jen, Qiu Zhijie, Yang Fudong, Pak Sheung Chuen, and two young artists Feng Bingyi, and Guo Xi.
It will continue to feature lithographs, serigraphs, etchings, sculptures, collages and paintings by multi-internationally acclaimed artists from the Post-War to Post-Modern periods.