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Two Shows from the Republic of Belarus opened at the same time, Presenting for the first time the Masterpieces at the NAMOC

Two Shows from the Republic of Belarus opened at the same time, Presenting for the first time the Masterpieces at the NAMOC

Both of exhibitions celebrated the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the Republic of Belarus, offered a cultural exchange and dialogue between the two sides.
NAMOC presents Sculpture Exhibition of Сергей Иванович Селиханов and Константин Селиханов

NAMOC presents Sculpture Exhibition of Сергей Иванович Селиханов and Константин Селиханов

The exhibition will put on display 53 pieces of works from Сергей Иванович Селиханов, and 92 pieces from Константин Селиханов.
Local Customs & Humanities: Tian Shixin Art Exhibition “Master Works” has opened

Local Customs & Humanities: Tian Shixin Art Exhibition “Master Works” has opened

It is for the research and evidence of the art creation by Tian Shixin in the last over 60 years, to showcase the representative works by the artist in various historical periods, showing the artist’s insistence on the traditional sculptural creation and reflection on the new form of contemporary sculpture, as well as...
Hadrien de Montferrand Gallery presents “Fragile Body” in Beijing

Hadrien de Montferrand Gallery presents “Fragile Body” in Beijing

Entitled “Fragile Body”, the exhibition focuses on the frailty of human beings. From birth to death, humans are constantly prey to illness, natural disaster, grief and loss. Despite technological advances and a sophisticated lifestyle, civilizations have not managed to protect themselves from epidemics, hurricanes, floods and diseases.
To Be a Real Hero of Life: Wang Shaojun’s Solo Exhibition “It’s Me” in Changsha

To Be a Real Hero of Life: Wang Shaojun’s Solo Exhibition “It’s Me” in Changsha

The artist Wang Shaojun has a solid foundation in shaping representational sculpture, and he unifies the shaping of image and spiritual expression, embodying the artist’s reflection on the relationships between the self, society and nature, and absorbing the fun of “freehand” of the traditional Chinese...
Liu Yazhou: Track/ Locus will be presented at Gallery Yang's Project Space

Liu Yazhou: Track/ Locus will be presented at Gallery Yang’s Project Space

In this exhibition, for the first time he presents his current artistic thinking and cooperates with a whole space. A new space, a new artist , and a new curator encountered, exchanging not established exhibition experiences but primitive artistic impulses.
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.