Posts tagged zhang huan.

Museum Mondays:  The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Ink Art: Past as a Present in Contemporary China opens this Wednesday, December 11th. The exhibit will feature thirty-five Chinese artists, including Zhang Huan and it’ll be on view through April 6, 2014.

We hope you can visit Zhang Huan's Poppy Fields before it closes this Saturday, October 26th.

hyperallergic:

Zhang Huan’s Painterly Buddhism

Poppy Field No. 12, 2012, detail (all photographs by the author for Hyperallergic)

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The New York Times takes a closer look into Zhang Huan's colorful skull paintings.  We invite you to see them for yourself TONIGHT at 534 West 25th Street from 6-8 PM.

For his first exhibition at Pace since winter 2010, Zhang Huan premieres new oil paintings based on Buddhist masks and iconography inspired by extensive travel in Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan and India.  Please join us this Thursday, September 19th from 6 to 8pm at 534 West 25th Street.

Looking to escape New York City for a day?  We suggest visiting Storm King Art Center to enjoy outdoor sculptures such as Zhang Huan's Three Legged Buddha.

Phaidon is having a sale! Take a look as this Zhang Huan book, and check out their other items as well.

1 year ago on 01/11/13 at 11:00am

Pace Gallery Gift Guide:Zhang Huan: Altered States” available at the Asia Society Store discusses each phase of this fascinating artist’s career and his own perspective on art and his life in art. 

1 year ago on 12/13/12 at 10:13am

Happy Election Day!  We encourage you to get out and VOTE!

© Zhang Huan Studio, Courtesy of Pace Gallery

1 year ago on 11/06/12 at 12:20pm

Chuck Close's exhibit, opening tomorrow at Pace, will include the first presentation of his newest experiment with technology: watercolor prints.

“Invention,” Robert Storr writes, “plays a pivotal part in the fundamental dynamics of Close’s work but not in the sense of contriving an unprecedented pictorial or conceptual model. Instead his pragmatism or, better said, innovative empiricism, is aimed at devising previously untested ways of filtering and organizing the data he observes in nature, initially captures photographically, and seeks to transpose by other means onto a two-dimensional surface.”

© Chuck Close, courtesy Pace Gallery

1 year ago on 10/17/12 at 11:26am

Watch Zhang Huan's interview on the AGO show discussing his ash paintings and memory doors!

1 year ago on 08/09/12 at 04:59pm

Take a behind-the-scene’s look at our Booth B20 at Art Basel!  We hope you can stop by to view works by Alexander Calder, Tara Donovan, Zhang Xiaogang, Robert Irwin, Zhang Huan, Keith Tyson, and Claes Oldenburg…just to name a few!

1 year ago on 06/14/12 at 12:51pm
Zhang Huan’s SEMELE opera opened Wednesday night at The Canadian Opera Company in Toronto. Handel’s most sensuous opera unfolds amidst Zhang Huan’s astonishing and provocatively playful stage direction. East truly meets west in this unique production blending the Greek myth of Semele with the contemporary true story of an ill-fated Chinese love triangle, all set within the walls of an actual 450-year old Ming Dynasty temple. Jane Archibald and and Allyson McHardy, both 2012 Juno Award nominees, star in this must-see theatrical extravaganza!
1 year ago on 05/11/12 at 02:40pm

Zhang Huan, “Night”, 2007, ash on linen, 6’ 6-3/4” x 8’ 2-3/4” (200 cm x 250.8 cm), Ash Painting © Zhang Huan Studio / Courtesy The Pace Gallery

Zhang Huan: Ash Paintings and Memory Doors will be on view at the Art Gallery of Ontario from May 5th to August 2012.  We highly suggest viewing this incredible show!

1 year ago on 05/03/12 at 12:04pm

Reblog of the day!  This was apart of an amazing exhibit at the Rockbund Art Museum in Shanghai.

wearefrank:

Zhang Huan’s imposing sculpture of Confucius, which is made of silicone, steel, carbon fiber and acrylic.  I’ve seen movie effects that look far less realistic then this. 

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An inside look at The Pace Gallery booth at Art Dubai 2012.  Our exhibiting artists displayed here included Tara Donovan, Zhang Huan, Keith Tyson, and Raqib Shaw.

2 years ago on 03/27/12 at 01:59pm