The exhibition will showcase more than 300 pieces of sculptures, painting manuscripts, image literatures, historical data and etc.
In this exhibition, the four exhibiting artists start their practice from the reflection of their personal experiences and deliver via different media. Their works demonstrate the periodic metamorphosis of the artists after a certain period of academic training and individual research.
Presented by British Council Hong Kong with support from lead partner the K11 Art Foundation (KAF), Hong Kong will be the first Asian city to stage the installation following presentations in London, Rotterdam, New York, São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.
It aims to present the exploration of the relationship between “body” and “material” in the form of a multi-body experience featuring a total of 38 pieces by 25 artists.
With over 25 years of artistic work, he has successfully entered into Mexico’s artistic scene and has become a representative of figurative international sculpture using bronze as a particular seal. He has more than 250 exhibitions around the world.
It is hosted by China Artists Association, CAFA, People’s Government of Taiyuan, and it will be held in Taiyuan Art Museum on December 12.
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