Wu was a prominent representative in the field of contemporary art focusing on the creation of traditional resources. Over the years, he has focused on the studies of ancient Chinese mythology and history, traditional philosophical concepts and...
His works are constantly challenging and updating the definition and boundary of sculpture. As observing from an aerial view of art history, the artist expands each of his series as a discourse on the nature of sculpture in the contemporary context.
The entire exhibition revolves around ‘the aesthetics of imperfection’ as a tone and starting point. Li Gang’s artistic practice originated in painting, and the language he has developed is unique.
Wu Xiaowu was born in Zhuzhou Hunan in 1985. Included in the exhibition are his paintings, drawings, sculpture, photos and installations.
They are two old friends, two sculptors, two academy professors, two artists who have followed each other’s career and who admire each other. These are the reasons that led YISHU 8 to organize this exhibition, to initiate this dialogue in the autumn of 2016.
Reflecting upon a fast evolving society which seems to be running in the dark, the artist questions herself on the direction we are taking both as individuals and as a society – and invites us wanderers to acknowledge these issues and reflect upon them.
This exhibition belongs to the series of “2016 International Art Collection and Donation Exhibition of National Art Museum of China”, which would display about 200 creations of the artist to show his achievements in sculpture and painting.
This is the first exhibition presented in Australia to focus on this theme, and it features works in a range of media by 14 established and emerging artists...
It will showcase a panorama of art in France from 1906 to 1977, with one work per year and per artist, including world famous masters to lesser known...
This event attempts to explore different art styles through the works of these 6 artists from different eras, outlining the constantly developing, diverse, and three-dimensional appearances of contemporary Eastern ink-wash painting.
Within the works shown in Pixel Park, the artists coincidentally present their desire of self-sculpting. In the participation of their body or consciousness, symptoms of the Muse, as a daily myth, become in the images the deep motivation of things individuals want to incorporate into their narratives.
As one of the most important contemporary artists in China, Xiang Jing’s 21-year creative development can be considered as an unique dimension to view the changes in contemporary Chinese art.