The notion of shadows in art will come into focus as part of an exhibition curated by a Birmingham City University academic that opens in Shanghai, China this week.
xhibitors include: calligrapher Wang Dongling, ceramicist Caroline Cheng, furniture designer July Zhou, Song Tao, Wu Haoyu, WUU, Yang Design and Yuue.
The Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA) celebrates its 30 year anniversary in Manchester with an exciting programme .
Further underscoring its fearless approach to creativity and support of the arts, The Peninsula Hong Kong’s appetite for public art continues unabated this spring as the hotel presents a major work by pioneering British artist and youngest living member of the Royal Academy of Arts, Conrad Shawcross RA.
One of the highlights of the stand is a rare Eight-Tiered Chinese export porcelain Pagoda. As early as the 17th century, the Chinese pagoda became a global symbol for the Western imagination of the East.
Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA) celebrated its 30 year anniversary in Manchester with the launch of a high profile exhibition programme featuring some of the very best Chinese contemporary artists of today.
27 January – 27 February 2016 The exhibition will display new figurative oil paintings depicting everyday objects and anonymous characters, alongside subjects from the natural world including leopards, birds and cacti. Precisely rendered using her own artistic language, Song’s works engage with classical ideals of representational painting and subtly evoke Western figurative artists. From early on […]