Pace is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by Sui Jianguo at its Hong Kong Gallery. On view from September 21 to October 26, the show will spotlight eight sculptures and 10 works on paper created by the artist this year.
On the afternoon of September 15, 2023, the "Ocean Sensors - Ocean-themed Popular Science Art Exhibition" opened at CAFA Museum. The exhibition was jointly organized by the School of Experimental Art and Sci-Tech Art and the Institute of Science and Technology Arts of CAFA, the National Key Laboratory of Nearshore Marine Environmental Science, Xiamen University College of Ocean and Earth Sciences, Xiamen University College of the Environment and Ecology, Xiamen University Research Vessel Operation Management Center, Fujian-Taiwan Strait Marine Ecosystem National Field Science Observation Research Station, and 70.8 Ocean Media Laboratory.
On the afternoon of September 11, Professor Frédéric Ogée from Université Paris Cité gave the lecture “Sociability and Portraiture in British Art from William Hogarth to Thomas Lawrence, 1730-1830” at the Red Chair Hall. Professor Ogée is a renowned scholar in the field of eighteenth-century British literature and art. The lecture, an event of the “Liberal Arts Lecture Hall” series of the School of Humanities, was hosted by Zheng Yikan, with Han Ying as coordinator and Xie Tao as interpreter.
“Art Macao: Macao International Art Biennale 2023” (hereinafter referred to as “Art Macao 2023”) was inaugurated with an opening ceremony held at the Macao Museum of Art (MAM) on 28 July 2023. “Art Macao” is an international art event organized by the Macao Special Administrative Region Government. Qiu Zhijie is invited to be this year’s chief curator.
MACAU, September 1 - Organised by the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC), co-organised by the Education and Youth Development Bureau, and with the support of the University of Macau, the Art Exhibition of Higher Education Institutions, featured in the “Art Macao: Macao International Art Biennale 2023”, was inaugurated on 1 September, at the Museum of Art of the University of Macau.
An attention-grabbing collaboration among artists, cultural institutions, and a fashion brand has brought to life a vibrant fusion of traditional Chinese culture and contemporary fashion streetwear.
In the Song Dynasty, paintings of the "children at play" subject matter were unprecedentedly popular. Why did this genre flourish in this period? What do children play in this kind of painting? Professor Huang Xiaofeng from the Central Academy of Fine Arts shares his views.
When talking about skeletons, what comes to your mind first? The answer is usually death. However, Skeleton Puppet Play by Li Song from the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279) shows a different image of skeletons. It depicts a scene where an adult skeleton pulls the strings of a puppet, a smaller skeleton. What does this scene mean? Why was this ancient Chinese painting created? Professor Huang Xiaofeng from the Central Academy of Fine Arts shares his views.
Why did ancient Chinese artists have such a deep love for landscape paintings? The answer may be found in the most acclaimed work of Fan Kuan, considered the finest painter of this genre from the Song Dynasty. Fan was one of the most famous painters in the Northern Landscape Painting School during this period. The mountains rendered under his brushstrokes were majestic and craggy, different from those presented under the "Southern School," which used smoother lines to portray the elegant landscapes south of the Yangtze River.
Known as a treasure trove of Buddhist art, Dunhuang is a tourist Mecca in northwest China's Gansu Province. Its most representative historical landmark is the Mogao Grottoes, the best known of all China's Buddhist grottoes, and home to a vast collection of exquisite murals and statues.