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Exhibition Preview — Ai Weiwei: Life Cycle

Exhibition Preview — Ai Weiwei: Life Cycle

On view  September 28, 2018 — March 3, 2019 Venue Theater Gallery, Marciano Art Foundation, Los Angeles Here it is: Ai Weiwei's first show in LA. He'll be revealing a major, unseen new work – Life Cycle – alongside 2 iconic older pieces. Life Cycle is Ai's response to the global refugee crisis in epic sculptural form. The other 2 works you'll be able to see are Sunflower Seeds (2010) and Spouts (2015). Life Cycle references Ai's 2017 work, Law of the Journey. In Law of the Journey Ai rendered a monumental piece, featuring a heavily over-crowded set of refugees in a lifeboat. The piece was rendered from...

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Hon - Niki de Saint Phalle & Shen Yuan

Power Station of Art, Shanghai July 28, 2018 to October 14, 2018   This summer saw a group exhibition “Hon - Niki de Saint Phalle & Shen Yuan” held at Power Station of Art in Shanghai. It paired the late French Artist Niki de Saint Phalle, and the still-active Chinese contemporary artist Shen Yuan. The name of the exhibition honours the work Niki created on 1966. “Hon”, in Swedish, means “She” in English. The theme of the exhibition was also surrounding with the topic of Women.     Shen Yuan was born on 1959 in a small city in Fujian and...

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Gu Wenda: Journey to the West

Gu Wenda: Journey to the West

Presented at the M21 in Shanghai, this exhibition displays thirty years of creation by globally acclaimed artist Gu Wenda.

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Feng Zhengjie

3 October - 20 December 2016

Worldwide recognised artist Feng Zhengjie (1968, Sichuan province, China) has entered prestigious collections such as that of the Saatchi Gallery and of the Singapore Art Museum, amongst others. He is mostly renowned for his large Warhol-style oil portraits, in a red and turquoise palette, of glamorous-looking women with sinuous red lips and vacant wandering eyes (his...

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Interwoven Abstractions - Gao Brothers & Le Guo

27 January - 8 May 2016

Presenting brand new works by the globally recognised Gao Brothers and up and coming fresh talent Le Guo, this exhibition offers a glimpse into the beauty and vibrant energy of contemporary Chinese abstraction, may it be photography or painting. Despite the diversity of their backgrounds and the media they employ, the artists create works with some outstanding similarities;...

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