“So Near Yet so Far”, is Ni Youyu’s first solo exhibition in Hong Kong, which showcases 12 pieces from the artist’s ongoing series of work. Among the artworks on display: Forest, Waterfall, Pagoda, Dust, Inches of Time and Freewheeling trip. Ni Youyu (b.1984) currently lives and works in Shanghai. He is graduated from Fine Art College of Shanghai University in 2007 where he was specialized in traditional Chinese painting. The exhibition is on view until July 14th. Featured image: Courtesy of the Artist and Perrotin
By Lucille Enel on May 29, 2018
By Lucille Enel on May 12, 2018
Li Shurui: LSR • Tendererest Affection” Li Shurui’s first solo exhibition in Paris, presents recent works alongside a video. The artist is showing a video work for the first time. Li Shurui is very well known for her paintings in which she explores the relationship between space and light, she began her “Lights” series in 2005 using airbrushing. Li continues to develop her concept of lights and space, and has gained important collectorship from around the world for her work.
By Lucille Enel on April 3, 2018
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By Lucille Enel on February 18, 2018
From giant installations and elusive sculptural pieces challenging everyday objects to powerful and other-worldly visual narratives, NOW celebrates female contemporary artists working in mainland China today. Among the artists shown in the programme: Na Buqi, Wi Chao, Ye Funa, Yang Guangnan, Ma Qiusha, Li Shurui, Luo Wei, Hu Xiaoyuan, Shen Xin, Yin Xiuzhen, Duan Jianyu and Geng Xue
By Lucille Enel on February 8, 2018
By Lucille Enel on November 30, 2017
This solo show, is like a ‘trial’ where Gao Lei’s artworks become ‘evidences’ linking each other driven by the clues artist sets forward in the exhibition, guiding to a valid or invalided ‘confession’. These clues act as the ‘enzyme’ activating the energies gathered during the formation of the artworks, changing the original context of creation, where finally a new ‘specialistic’ truth is produced as an outcome of catalytic reaction. All pictures courtesy of Gao Lei and Arario Gallery.
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 October 27, 2017
At the occasion of the exhibition ICON at galerie Krinzinger, where Zhang Ding’s work “Devouring Time- Dinnerware” is exhibited along a very important work related to the Fluxus movement, let’s get back to Zhang Ding’s work “Devouring time” which was exhibited for the first time last year at RAM in Shanghai.
By Lucille Enel on August 9, 2017
Here some view of Zhang Yunyao’s solo show at Perrotin Hong Kong “Nec Spe Nec Metu” and of “Skin, Gesture, Body” in Don Gallery’s new space in Shanghai. The young emerging artist Zhang Yunyao was born in Shanghai in 1985 and graduated from the Department of Oil Painting, Academy of Fine Arts at Shanghai Normal University in 2007.
By Lucille Enel on July 12, 2017
Xu Zhen Civilization Iteration exhibition view at Perrotin Paris Eternity Tang Dynasty Bodhisattva of the Hebei Province Museum, Northern Qi Losana Buddha of the Longxing temple, Bodhisattva of the Xiude Temple, West Pediment of the Temple of Aphaia, mineral-based composite, mineral pigments, stainless steel, 224x382x140cm, 2016 I think you have to reconsider your effectiveness […]