Pace Hong Kong: Summer Group Show at Pace Hong Kong includes this work by Alfred Jensen, which depicts a traditional Chinese numerical system from the Lo Shu Era. The painting can be seen alongside works by Agnes Martin, Zhang Huan, Li Songsong, and others. The show is on view through September 4.
Image: Alfred Jensen, The River Diagram: Lo Shu (1971), oil on canvas.
“Everyone knows the story. The important thing is the way that you tell it. The way depends on your attitude, and attitude changes with time. As society changes, attitude changes accordingly.” Li Songsong, July 2013.
Pace London’s current exhibit of Li Songsong's solo show, We Have Betrayed the Revolution, closes this Saturday, November 9th at 6 Burlington Gardens.
Pace London is delighted to present an exhibition of new paintings by Chinese artist Li Songsong from September 19th to November 9th 2013, at 6 Burlington Gardens. This is the first solo-exhibition by the artist in London.
The show provides a comprehensive view of Li Songsong’s art and focuses on the essence of the artist’s technique and painting process. The works on view embody the rapid social-cultural transformation and the ever-changing reality of Chinese society.
© 2013 Li Songsong, Courtesy Pace London
#MuseumMondays: Real Life Stories is currently on view at Bergen Art Museum where installations, sculptures and paintings by ten leading Chinese artists are shown in Norway for the first time. Curated by Feng Boyi and Bjørn Inge Follevaag, it exhibits works by Liu Jianhua, Li Songsong, Song Dong, Yin Xiuzhen, and Yue Minjun from Pace Beijing.
© Song Dong, Courtesy Pace Gallery
Li Songsong delves into abstraction and installation for his second solo exhibition at Pace Beijing which closes tomorrow, November 20th. Comprising of a single work, the artist has created a large metal tunnel internally lined with his characteristically thick color grids and undulating shades.
© Li Songsong, Courtesy Pace Gallery
The Daily Beast visits Li Songsong's current exhibit at Pace Beijing and discusses his large-scale installation which consists of 91 “oddly shaped aluminum panels (many look like the staircase that folds into the fuselage of a small jet) all covered in Li’s signature thick paint and assembled as a tunnel”.
Photo Credits: © Li Songsong, Courtesy Pace Gallery
Happy Valentine’s Day from The Pace Gallery!
Li Songsong “Couple” 2011 © 2012 Li Sonsong, Private collection, Photo by Yan Ronghui
On November 19, 2011, Pace Beijing will present the second installment of the gallery’s annual “Beijing Voice” exhibition. For more information click here.