The Chinese Contemporary Printmaking Exhibition aims to show the outstanding works of contemporary printmaking. Against the background of art history development and international contemporary art, we discuss Chinese Contemporary Printmaking academically....... 查看全部 »
The Fir s t Academic Contemporar y China
Duration: 18th – 29th, July
Venue: Building 1
The Chinese Contemporary Printmaking Exhibition aims to show the outstanding works of contemporary printmaking. Against the background of art history development and international contemporary art, we discuss Chinese Contemporary Printmaking academically and experimentally from two dimensions of time and space. This exhibition emphasises more
contemporary and innovative works, in particularly, to highlight the value of local contemporary art. These have a very strong predictive indication of the future direction of contemporary art.
Chinese print artists always maintained an active enthusiasm in exploring the development of print making. Today Art Museum respects art achievements and experience related to contemporary printing practice.We are holding this exhibition which is both academic and experimental following that principle of originality and innovation. We are organizing it with a view to leading the development of contemporary Chinese printmaking through creation, study and display.
LeRoy Neiman 版画中心
Contemporary Prints: 1999 – 2009
The LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies
Columbia University School of the Arts
Duration:4th – 31st July
Venue: 2nd floor exhibition hall of building 2
Contemporary Prints: 1999 – 2009 is a traveling survey exhibition which includes prints published by The LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies of Columbia University in the last ten years and other related unique works by participating artists. The Neiman publications present several key portfolios and series by contemporary artists diverse in their individual imagery and challenging in scope. These artists were encouraged to fully explore the seed concept of a project at the Center, to push past and extend an idea beyond its original form. The potency of this work is found in the exploration of the serial form and multiplicity of image. This is consistent with the Center’s mission - to educate and challenge students and artists alike- through the context of printmaking, giving them freedom to explore and push beyond their first creative conviction. « 收起