The show showcases some of the major ceramics and paintings created by Renqian Yang in the United States between 2013 and 2019.
This series of three lectures concentrates on the first three decades of the twentieth century, when the two binary oppositions of modern/traditional, and East/West, first came to be applied to the art of China.
As the most comprehensive survey of Dylan’s art to date, it will invite visitors to experience his artwork in an immersive and interactive environment.
The artist applies many layers of acrylic paint on top of each others onto a wooden panel until obtaining a certain thickness. She then uses various methods to manipulate and model the stacked layers of color.
The first extended retrospective exhibition of Shoji Ueda in Xiamen, China, features 141 early and late works ranging from his masterful series Sand Dunes to the fashion photographs that helped trigger a reappraisal of his achievements.
For more than forty years now, the work of Jean-Luc Mylayne (b. 1946) focuses on the encounter with birds, their fleeting presence captured by the camera. The bird in its natural habitat is Mylayne’s distinctive subject, serving not only as actor but also as conceptual partner on equal terms.
Both presentations will be joined in the second floor of the museum, which is transformed completely into a stage, where re-enactments of signature works choreographed by Yvonne Rainer in the 1960s and Wen Hui in the 1990s will be presented.
Soft Machine Expedition is an installation of video documentaries and contemporary dance archives, capturing 88 choreographic encounters collected over a three year journey across the dance landscape of Asia.
Framed within the visual landscape of Baudrillard’s photographic practice, visitors will be invited to rethink his vast and unique contribution to the history of philosophy.
The title of this exhibition originates from the transcendent culture of Chinese online literature. The artist sees the system of symbols constructed by Capitalism as ‘ubiquitously invisible’ because it is everywhere yet impossible to find.
"Photography Reforged" refers to Cai Dongdong's reflection, deconstruction and reconstruction of the operational mechanism and the image production of the medium of photography.
Wu may be said to have a consuming passion for Chinese folklore and mythology and the way in which countless generations of artists and artisans have given visual expression to this subject matter. Although he has enormous respect for the achievements of classical Chinese culture, it has had no impact on his own practice.