By Lucille Enel on August 28, 2019
By Lucille Enel on December 3, 2018
By Lucille Enel on November 18, 2018
“Two-way Entry” presents Na Buqi’s two most recent series of works, “The doubtful site” (2018) and “Field”(2018). The ground floor gallery is set up as a constellation of typical public spaces of the series, “The doubtful site” (2018), that brings together public spaces such as the stadium, the monument, the park and passages from our urban environment.
By Lucille Enel on November 5, 2018
By Lucille Enel on August 29, 2018
Zhao Zhao studied painting in college and majored in fine arts. After his graduation, he worked on documentaries and other projects related to social change. His paintings, sculptures, installations and videos address realities in his country, as well as documenting his life and those of his friends. This story begins with the death of a cat…
By Lucille Enel on November 19, 2017
“Cold Nights” is an exhibition of newly commissioned work by artists Chen Zhou, Liu Shiyuan, Nabuqi, and Li Ran, curated by Boliang Shen and Zhanglun Dai. The curators invited the four artists, after reading the modern Chinese writer Ba Jin’s eponymous 1947 novel, “Cold Nights”, to play the roles of its four protagonists through their own artistic creation. Image courtesy: Nabuqi
By Lucille Enel on September 6, 2016
Wilderness” is Gao Lei’s third solo exhibition at White Space Beijing. At the occasion, he is presenting a series of brand-new works, including installations, paintings and photographs which show once again the artist’s mastery of various mediums and materials. The exhibition is running until October 16th. Featured image © White Space Beijing
By Lucille Enel on May 16, 2016
The various works displayed in Pause, whether it’s images produced as extensions of the manipulation and mutation of plant shapes (cactuses), paintings that result from the three-dimensional progression between surfaces and the space as a whole, or sculptural works that lie scattered and weave through the exhibition space, all these allude to the erosion of individual serenity as a result of modern civilization’s rapid progress. Featured image: Wave by Zhang Ruyi
By Lucille Enel on May 2, 2016
By Lucille Enel on March 9, 2016
“Temple of Candour” at Beijing Commune is Liang Shuo’s latest attempt at a conceptual treatment of an exhibition space. In Six Records of a Floating Life,Shen Fu, a writer from the Qing dynasty, gave an account of adilapidated monastery named wuyin chanyuan, which translates to “Temple of Candour”. Here, Liang Shuo restores its spatial allure based on the writer’s description. Throughout the exhibition space, the artist presents to the public an improvised, site-specific, and experiential happening.