Posts tagged art in China.

"In a rapidly changing China, ‘memory’ seems to vanish more quickly than everything else. That’s why preserving memory has become an alternative way of life."  - Yin Xiuzhen

Yin Xiuzhen uses memory as a critical tool to examine the political, social and environmental constructs that surround her.  Pace Beijing is proud to present a second solo exhibition of the artist on view now until Sept 28th, 2013.

©Yin Xiuzhen, courtesy of Pace Beijing

1 year ago on 07/23/13 at 12:07pm

Zhang Xiaogang’s new solo exhibition opens today at Pace Beijing!  

“I found everything so remote but, at the same time, familiar when I occasionally looked into the mountains, rocks, pine trees and plums depicted in old literati paintings. My innermost feeling which was awakened by the same mountains, rocks, pine trees and plums has been totally and utterly changed. Moreover, like an apparition, it hides deep down in my vessels. The very trees and rocks have become the storage of memories and emotions from various eras. Forced by the rapid change of time and perspective, I cannot help but feel urged to face up to these things once again.” - Zhang Xiaogang, 2012

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

On November 19, 2011, Pace Beijing will present the second installment of the gallery’s annual “Beijing Voice” exhibition.  For more information click here.

2 years ago on 11/18/11 at 10:29am