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New Stele School 1 Trauerspiel & The Firstborn
Time:2016.04.20-05.07
Artists:Ding Nan   Nina Schuiki   

Stele School Salligraphy is a political aesthetic movement, whose dates cover the vast historical landscape of the Late Ming and Qing Dynasties. It is regarded as classical China’s last important cultural movement and aprologue to modern Chinese political thought on literature and art. The movement’s name refers to calligraphic thought, during the Qing Dynasty restructuring of the Confucian cla...


Travel Notes
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Artists:Tian Xiaolei    Wang Mengsha    Wang Xingjie    Yin Ge    Zhang Dan    Sharanhaba(Collected Works)   

Through travel, the spiritual world and psychological mechanisms of the traveler comes from humans’ collective unconsciousness, which through time and space, is projected through landscapes that have existed for thousands of years.  Travel is “changing habits” and “spiritual transformation.”  Travel takes people out of their comfort zones, propelling them forward into another environm...


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POETRY—Tian Xiaolei Solo Exhibition
Time:2016.01.17-03.19
Artists:Tian Xiaolei   

Cultural Spiral of the Bio-mechanical Age: Cyborg, Posthumanism and Embodiment —— Tian Xiaolei’s Solo Exhibition
Text: Fu Xiaodong

What questions are raised in Tian Xiaolei’s art? Do these questions go beyond what’s been previously discussed and provoke us to ponder further?
1.Posthumanism
Posthumanism indicates the ontological shift of “the increasing technologicalisation of h...


Dong Dawei Solo Exhibition
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Artists:Dong Dawei   

The Theory of Clouds


“The Theory of Clouds” presents several series of works, in which Dong Dawei attempts to build a comprehensive system, that showcases the finest work within the artist’s deep cognition. The works reflect diversity, an ecological chain within the material world, functioning as a complete organism.

Usually, most people classify Dong Dawei’s drawings based...


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48 Great Vows of Amitabha Buddha
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Artists:Zeng Yang   

The 48 Vows of Amitabha comes from the “Infinite Life Sutra.” The word Amitabha derives from Sanskrit. “Ami” means immeasurable, infinite, empty, and clean, in addition to other meanings. “Ta” alludes to time and everlasting life. “Bha” means infinite light, thus Amitabha is known as the Buddha of Immeasurable Life and Light. The “Infinite Life Sutra” is one of the most important texts of the P...