On Friday 22 April 2016, 13.00-14.00, a free tour will be organised at the V&A museum, featuring the Shanghai-based artist Liu Jianhua. He will discuss his large-scale ceramic work ‘Trace’, which is newly installed in the Contemporary Ceramics Gallery (G141). Consisting of a series of porcelain ‘ink drops’, this work has recently been acquired by the V&A Museum courtesy of Mastercard. The talk will be conducted in Chinese with English translations.
The triennial “Echigo-Tsumari Art Field” is opening on 26 July. 100 international artists and groups, including Chinese artists Cai Guo Qiang, Liu Jianhua, Rong Rong and Inri will participate in this event. Contemporary British sculptor Antony Gormley, the most important performance artist Marina Abramović and the significant contemporary Russian artists Ilya & Emilia Kabakov will also bring their works to the show. Artist Liu Jianhua is going to bring “Discard” to the exhibition
Artist Liu Jianhua is bringing his work “Trace” to take part in USC Pacific Asia Museum’s “Reshaping Tradition: Contemporary Ceramics from East Asia”, a large scale group exhibition, on 11th September. The work will be part of the permanent collection at Pacific Asia Museum. At the same time, the Asian Art Museum in California has commissioned Liu Jianhua to create a piece of work. It will be exhibited in March 2016, and will be collected by the museum permanently.
Pace Beijing will be closed for National Day holidays on 28 - 29 September, 1 - 3 October, and 5 - 6 October. The solo exhibition Liu Jianhua: Square will be opened to public on 30 September and 4 October. Regular hours will resume on 7 October. Pace Hong Kong's solo exhibition, Xie Molin, will be closed on 1 - 2 October for National day and on the day following for Chung Yeung Festival. The gallery will reopen on October 4.
Pace London and Phaidon Press will celebrate the launch of the Chinese Art Book at a private reception at Pace London, 6 Burlington Gardens where Li Songsong’s exhibition We Have Betrayed the Revolution is currently on view - until 9th November. The Chinese Art Book is a beautiful, authoritative overview of Chinese art. It presents a definitive selection of 300 works, from the earliest dynasties to the new generation of contemporary artists enlivening the global art world today. From painting,
On November 19, 2011, The Pace Gallery, Beijing will present the second installment of the gallery’s annual “Beijing Voice” exhibition. This is a long term project devised by The Pace Gallery, Beijing to consider and interpret the artistic phenomena that are currently underway in the art field. The first installment, Together or Isolated explored the complex interplay between artworks and their sociocultural background while addressing certain phenomena and issues extant in Chinese contemporary a