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2019.07.25 Thu, by

Motional and Motionless
You Jin & Zhang Yingnan
AYE Gallery

Zhou Dunyi, a famous ideologist in the Northern Song dynasty, mused in his Tai Ji Diagram that at the beginning of the universe it was Wuji, >> Read more
2019.03.06 Wed, by

Chi Qun
AYE Gallery Beijing

AYE Gallery is pleased to present Chi Qun's new works solo exhibition >> Read more
2015.01.08 Thu, by
2014.08.21 Thu, by

The New Exhibition of AYE Gallery “Under the rainbow – Group exhibition of three young artists‍”

In the exhibition, we can see standing portraits; the paintings beside them turn the atmosphere from silent to fervent. On the other side, the abstract paintings bring the rhythm back to gentle, describing the secrets of time with hidden sparks. >> Read more
2014.04.14 Mon, by

aye gallery

aye gallery opened on December, 2005 in the central area of Beijing city with historical and cultural relics surrounding such as Yong He Gong, Guo Zi Jian and Ditan Park. >> Read more
2018.01.23 Tue, by

Lin Tao
The Delayed Everyday
Hanart TZ Gallery, Hong Kong

Hanart TZ Gallery proudly presents “The Delayed Everyday” by Lin Tao, a solo exhibition of lacquer art by Dalian-based artist Lin Tao, >> Read more
2017.12.30 Sat, by

Reflections of the Layer: Ryuta Suzuki Solo Exhibition
Leo Gallery Shanghai

"Layer", the source of creation of Japanese artist Ryuta Suzuki, >> Read more
2020.12.16 Wed, by

Article: ‘Xu Zhen: Eternity Vs. Evolution’ at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.

Exhibitions of Chinese art outside China tend to confirm certain assumptions about the country's history, culture, politics, and people. At first, ‘XU ZHEN®: Eternity Vs Evolution’ at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA), Canberra, seems no exception to this rule, promising viewers a proven combination of two enduring preconceptions about China’s past and present. >> Read more
2020.03.07 Sat, by

Mira Dancy, France-Lise McGurn & Clare Woods
Simon Lee Gallery, New York

Simon Lee Gallery, New York, is pleased to announce a group exhibition featuring new works by Mira Dancy, France-Lise McGurn, and Clare Woods. Connected through an interest in figurative representation, the exhibition brings together three artists who present the body in unconventional ways, each exploring contemporary issues surrounding gender, sexuality, society and politics, as well as addressing the long and problematic history of the male gaze. The submissive female subject typically depicted reclining, seated or kneeling, is one of the most recognizable motifs in art history. As seen in this exhibition, Dancy, McGurn, and Woods respond to this convention through disparate methods presenting the figure as alternatively dominant, vulnerable, playful, or even androgynous, restoring to their subjects a sense of agency and recontextualizing the trope for our contemporary moment. >> Read more

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