In 2017, "Body Media II" was held at Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art. It was missed in 2007 and was extended to 7/23. This time, the curator came over on Sunday. The curators are still partners of "Gong Yan and Richard Castri, who were 10 years ago in 2007. A total of 29 works of 24 artists from 12 countries were exhibited. The whole exhibition hall was completely blackened, very shocked and oppressive. Only by personal experience can we understand. The photographic record will be more impressive (the technology of exhibition still needs to be strengthened). "River of Life" Japanese artist Qianchun Yantian brings a shocking visual effect with huge volume. The 22-meter-high device spans the first to second floors of the exhibition hall. 120 beds are covered with blood vessels and empty snow, which means the absence of the body and the passing of life. This work simulates the flow of blood in human blood vessels, just as the river of life keeps running. The circulating blood connects the accumulated fresh life into a huge spiritual symbol, like the river of life, rippling endlessly. "Paper-cut#21" Yukiko Abe "Paper-cut" is a live performance, installation works of art. Through the continuous practice of paper-cut to organize, planning arbitrary ideas, the rhythm of scissors, the length and the size of the paper echoes the artist's thinking. The rhythm of scissors
Last time I visited Pixar Exhibition, this is Zhong Hanliang's photo exhibition. In fact, the place is not very big. There are three floors in total, but it's expensive and clean. The environment is still good, the design of corridors are full of a strong sense of modernity! There is a cafe upstairs where you can have coffee, afternoon tea and lunch. Tickets for the exhibition can also be reduced by 20. The environment is quite good, and there are few people! It is estimated that many people have not found such a good place!
Very good place, I went to Zhong Hanliang's photo exhibition. It was decorated with visual art, and had a very thematic sense of hierarchy. Zhong Hanliang's photographic works were also very praised. The venue has three floors, each of which is well laid out. Yes. Tickets are also inexpensive and cost-effective. The environment outside the venue is also very good.
The Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art is the first public museum of contemporary art in mainland China and the site of the Shanghai Biennale. The chimney, up to 165 meters high, is a landmark and a special exhibition space of Shanghai, which was transformed from the former Nanshi Power Plant. There are 12 exhibition halls with different heights and suitable for various exhibitions in the museum. There are various exhibitions of artists at home and abroad from time to time. After the visit, you can visit the Huangpu River nearby. The park has good greening and large space.
In this year's celebration of the twentieth anniversary of Hong Kong's return to China, there are two favorite events. One is the film directed by Xu Anhua "When is the Moon" and the other is the "HON Visual Art Exhibition" organized by Zhong Hanliang at the Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art. The former shows the heroic deeds and urban features of the Hong Kong people during the Anti-Japanese Period, while the latter records the psychological journey and aesthetic experience of a Hong Kong artist who has been in the world for 20 years. Neither of them is too "red" for the main theme, but it makes me remember the history more deeply and like the actor more. When the Moon Brights?) Ri Jiushi's music is magnificent. Through Liang Jiahui's gold-rimmed old-age glasses, it seems that we can see the determination and strength of that generation to surrender to atrocities. Yesterday's concert in Nanjing, I was on the spot, feeling your vigorous singing and dancing, listening to your affectionate singing, thinking that this forty-odd Hong Kong uncle is very energetic, an old man can jump for three hours, the dark clouds and rains in Nanjing were all dispersed. When is the moon? Ask the sky for wine. Twenty years after Hong Kong's return, I am now a 20-year-old youth. When I was in high school, I liked Mr. Sun Yat-sen's sentence very much. I often wrote it on the cover of the book for self-motivation. My ambition is never to move forward. The more frustrated I am, the more courageous I will be. " What is "Zhi"? It can be to shed blood for national independence, or to strive to create opportunities for oneself to sing favorite songs and play favorite plays to become a better person. Admire those who have been the pioneers in pursuit of Mr. Desai's ideal. Thank you for never stopping and still dreaming. I will work hard, live earnestly, and grow up to be as good as the model people. Ball Ball Ball Ball Ball Ball Ball Ball Ball Ball Ball Ba
Shanghai Contemporary Art Museum is a people-oriented art museum. The People's Park in which the Museum of Art is located is a place of special historic significance for Shanghai citizens. The Museum of Art is also responsible for introducing art to the general public. The Museum welcomes visitors from overseas, and also looks forward to local audiences from all walks of life, including audiences from the business, cultural and educational sectors.
Surprised by the exhibition, I loved the Barsa exhibition. I saw a lot of precious information, but I couldn't find it when I collected it online. Every photo, image and costume is really great. The time-axis exhibition is very logical. I recommend you to go to see it.
I accompanied my friends to the exhibition once. The space of my exhibition hall is very large. The disadvantage is that it's far from the subway station. It's hot in summer. The advantage is that it's near the riverside. Besides the exhibition, I can enjoy the riverside scenery.