By selecting these "cue-dependent" works of art that are transversal in their practice, White Space Beijing is given the opportunity to go back to the spiritual homeland of their respective artistic subjects.
TAKI as an important figure in artist's friends circle, her special identity has made the social attribute more vague. TAKI seems to have replaced his way to look into the world, yet in fact he has removed the existence of "human". These images—"the absent" may point to the negative form of society.
Personal perception has long been the theme of Jin Haofan’s works, and has been further explored in his latest series. The artist gradually gave up his repetitive attempts trying to solidify every “moment” in the moment and began to find a new measurement method in his creation to observe real life...
The exhibition was curated by Cui Cancan and it will showcase nearly 20 indoor paintings from life on large canvas by Chen Danqing since 2016.
A total of 75 artworks by 15 artists representing the Supports/Surfaces are on display in this exhibition. Supports/Surfaces is the an artistic movement in France, which emerged in the mid and late 1960s.
Works in this exhibition includes painting, photography and video art, trigging a conversation between information and life on an essential level of species. This is Li Shan’s first solo exhibition after “The Pumpkin Project” and “Reading of Li Shan” in 2007. The exhibition continues until 21 July.
Siyuan Tan’s work focuses on the confrontation between virtual and physical spaces. His work takes a post-internet approach by employing tangible materials and representational images to pose questions of critical reflection to society, and modes of perception, following the widespread adoption of the internet.
It is exactly through the medium of photography that Wang Qingsong combines diversified visual experiences with conceptual expressions to show his analysis of human existence...
This exhibition brings together 14 artists/artist collectives from China and abroad: Jan Albers, Angélica Dass, Dong Dawei, Olafur Eliasson, Feng Yan, Hong Shaopei, Li Jinghu, Liu Jianhua, Felipe Pantone, Quayola, SHIMURABros, Yan Lei, Yao Peng, and Zhang Yue.
The exhibition consists of fourteen paintings that bring together the radically multicultural aspects of Gang’s art and identity. Though the artist is fully Chinese and American, he is considered (and considers himself) an insider’s outsider in both cultures.
The leaders of Central Academy of Fine Arts, Jin Weinuo’s friends, academic colleagues, the successive student representatives and the family members of Jin Weinuo attended the symposium.
Being a leader and representative of Chinese woodblock printmakers, Chen Qi has maintained a strong sense of creativity while being highly sensitive to current circumstances and constantly adopts new ideas and methods in his artistic creations.