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“Zeng Zhushao Sculpture Fellowship”: An Overview of Developing Traces of Sculpture by Chinese Youths

“Zeng Zhushao Sculpture Fellowship”: An Overview of Developing Traces of Sculpture by Chinese Youths

As the first national sculpture scholarship in the history of modern Chinese sculpture, it has reached a junction in its ten-year journey.
Authentic Individuals under Collectivism: Exhibition “Steel Home Still” Tells a Chinese Story in Venice

Authentic Individuals under Collectivism: Exhibition “Steel Home Still” Tells a Chinese Story in Venice

As the title Steel Home Still suggests, the No.3 Blast Furnace Museum will continue to record the future Shougang and urban memory...
Winds of Change in Forty Years: “Breakthrough and Return” of Chinese Ink Paintings

Winds of Change in Forty Years: “Breakthrough and Return” of Chinese Ink Paintings

There is no doubt that ink and wash is an important cultural resource for our participation in international dialogue today. Throughout the 40 years of reform and opening up, ink and wash art has never stopped exploring the epochal trends.
2018 China Datong Sculpture Biennial: Contemporary Chinese Sculpture in Multiple Perspectives

2018 China Datong Sculpture Biennial: Contemporary Chinese Sculpture in Multiple Perspectives

Themed on “Difference”, it covers a large number of high-quality works created in different contemporary contexts...
How can art education change the world?

How can art education change the world?

The world is constantly changing; art is developing; education is transforming. How can art education play a role in this dynamic and rapidly shifting situation, and particularly, in this new era of global and cultural integration? What are the challenges and opportunities facing the future of art education?
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Hanart TZ Gallery presents "The Garden of Winter Light" in Hong Kong

Hanart TZ Gallery presents “The Garden of Winter Light” in Hong Kong

The exhibition intends to create a space for loitering in leisure that is authentic to this moment. The fact that this 'garden' is coming into being in a contemporary art gallery, means an inevitable cacophony of contemporary sensibilities: while some of the art celebrates the link to nature, much of it is about the incursion...
Pearl Lam Galleries presents "Scripts, Traces, and the Unpredictable" in Shanghai

Pearl Lam Galleries presents “Scripts, Traces, and the Unpredictable” in Shanghai

It features different formats of intermediaries as evidence and material projections of ten artists' work processes, including but not limited to working notes, sketches, drawings, film scripts, and lecture notes.
Chang Zhigang: Media Architecture, Approaching the Public while Walking into Life

Chang Zhigang: Media Architecture, Approaching the Public while Walking into Life

He talked about the connotation, the issues and challenges of media architecture, the establishment of a new discipline in media architecture and its relationship with the construction of a smart city, as well as the great potential of media architecture in social, cultural and commercial fields.
Fred S. Kleiner: The Birth of Western Art

Fred S. Kleiner: The Birth of Western Art

In the lecture, Fred S. Kleiner proposed that the birth of Western art traditions, namely “Art for Artist”, a revolutionary idea of artistic creation, happened in ancient Greece in the 500 BCE and he took the rich and informative works of art from around the world as examples to clearly and strongly show the audience...
MOCUBE presents "Disappearing Archives" in Beijing

MOCUBE presents “Disappearing Archives” in Beijing

It is a discursive/curatorial platform initiated for a series of personal archives, geographic contours, historical imaginations, and theoretical propositions. Through the collection, organization, and presentation of archival contributions from various sources, Disappearing Archives contemplates and further complicates the notion of disappearance.
Wu Di's Latest Solo Show “Romantic Language” Opening on Jan 18 in Shanghai

Wu Di’s Latest Solo Show “Romantic Language” Opening on Jan 18 in Shanghai

As a title, “Romantic Language” first appeared in Wu Di’s work in 2014: she made use of printed matters, acrylic paints, pencil, mark pen to combine images of different textures together with various texts. The most remarkable among which is a pair of arms lying in a disordered time and space, connected by a curve...
UCCA will present "Qiu Zhijie: Mappa Mundi" reflecting his myriad identities

UCCA will present “Qiu Zhijie: Mappa Mundi” reflecting his myriad identities

For the last ten years, mapping has served multiple functions in Qiu’s artistic practice: as self-conscious gesture, workflow chart, exhibition plan, intellectual exchange, political topology, and cultural research programme.
A Founder of the Centennial CAFA “Going Home” with the Exhibition: “Zheng Jin and the Modern Chinese Art Education” was launched

A Founder of the Centennial CAFA “Going Home” with the Exhibition: “Zheng Jin and the Modern Chinese Art Education” was launched

The well-known Chinese artist and art educator Zheng Jin was one of the important pioneers of modern art education in China, and was a loyal practitioner of the ideal...
Times Art Center Berlin presents “The D-Tale, Video Art from Pearl River Delta | Episode II: Towards Autonomy”

Times Art Center Berlin presents “The D-Tale, Video Art from Pearl River Delta | Episode II: Towards Autonomy”

In its three-part inaugural exhibition, Times Art Center Berlin (TACB) will introduce a part of the Chinese art world which is critically important but remains lesser known in the West and underrepresented in the global art scene...
Leo Gallery presents its annual themed exhibition “Small is Beautiful · 8” in Shanghai

Leo Gallery presents its annual themed exhibition “Small is Beautiful · 8” in Shanghai

The exhibition included a variety of art forms by nine artists from China, Germany and Japan. By presenting the diverse art expression of the artists, the exhibition theme “Small is Beautiful” conveys their aim to discover another precious perspective of smallness that is always overlooked.
Mo Bao—A Chinese Ink Artist Cannot be a Great Artist Without Dreaming to Become a Rock Star

Mo Bao—A Chinese Ink Artist Cannot be a Great Artist Without Dreaming to Become a Rock Star

Mo Bao was born in 1981 in Guangxi province. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree on Traditional Chinese Painting from Guangxi Arts Institute, and a Master’s degree from China Central Academy of Fine Arts with a focus on the traditional Chinese landscape painting in freehand style. Meanwhile, he also serves as the vocal in his...
OCT Art & Design Gallery presents “01 Simulations: Miao Xiaochun 2006-2018” in Shenzhen

OCT Art & Design Gallery presents “01 Simulations: Miao Xiaochun 2006-2018” in Shenzhen

It aims to highlight how Miao Xiaochun thinks for himself, explores transformations and forms his own system. Curated by the independent curator Li Zhenhua, the exhibition presents more than ten sets of moving images, animations, paintings and sculptures by Miao Xiaochun.