These three exhibitions systematically documented Zong Qixiang’s artistic career and gradually realized the fullness of the image of Zong Qixiang via not only introducing his motifs of art creation regarding his home country, the society and art itself but also involving a glance of his life stories and experience.
For the artist Zhang Yanzi, art is a process of continuous exploration. As a creator, she has been searching for infinity, a more mysterious and far-reaching logic of the universe from a limited life experience.
it will present the audience 69 pieces of photography and painting works from 4 excellent Hungarian artists, which highlights the unique creative inspiration and rich artistic expression of Hungarian contemporary artists...
Shen Cai has just graduated from the School of Design, Central Academy of Fine Arts, and she introduces us to a way of thinking and creativity of Chinese post-90s artists.
Art nourishes the soul, opens up ideas and awakens expressions. The essence of energy and instinct power from the painting by kids can be viewed in the works in this exhibition. The organising committee wishes the young painters a broader way...
It aims to present the life achievement of Mr. Zhou Lingzhao, who has been devoting his artist and art educator career to his homeland and countrymen.
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.
Different from current types of creation, Ji Zi’s works have become a style of Chinese contemporary art creation and he has become a case for continuous discussion in the international field.
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.
40 years of artistic accumulation is presented to the viewers in six sections encompassing picture storybooks, stamps, and Chinese paintings through a panoramic display.
This show presents the artist’s continued fascination with the ever blurring boundaries between the digitally manufactured, virtual spaces of our computer age and traditional reality.
It features art exploration in terms of the integration of traditions and revolutions by Italian artist Matteo Basilé and Chinese artist Shi Liang.