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2017.10.09 Mon, by

Tao Hui: Not at All, OCAT Xi’an

Tao Hui, nominee for the 2017 Hugo Boss Asia Art Award, is the author of an acclaimed body of short film works, which focus largely on themes of popular culture, individual identity and perception. Tao Hui’s approach is to create scenes in which some aspect of reality is exaggerated, or distilled into a metaphoric form. […] >> Read more
2017.10.09 Mon, by

Wang Chao: Transition, OCAT Xi’an

Transition is a space constructed by strokes, the original element. Wang Chao deploys this traditional methodology to highlight the essential transitions that occur within the ink itself in the process of painting, which engender this content through the deployment of its immanent antagonisms, deadlocks and inconsistencies. By means of its interwoven structure, the physical changes that […] >> Read more
2017.10.09 Mon, by

Wang Haiyang: By Himself, OCAT Xi’an

Wang Haiyang is known for exploring the surreal nature of the unconscious mind; the stuff of dreams, which for some are our truest response to reality. Visually, compared with the clear shape of academic realism that characterized Wang Haiyang’s early animations, his new works are almost entirely abstract. For reasons that are explained in the […] >> Read more
2017.10.09 Mon, by

Jian-Jun Zhang: Between Then and Now, OCAT Xi’an

Shanghai-born, now New York-based conceptual artist Jian-Jun Zhang began working with historic artifacts in the mid-1990s. The work of past artists has always worked to inspire later generations, but as the twentieth-century drew to a close, contemporary artists no longer sought to extend the ideas of masters who had gone before them. Instead, they turned […] >> Read more
2017.09.12 Tue, by

OCAT Shanghai

OCAT Shanghai is proud to present Muntadas Video Works, >> Read more
2017.09.06 Wed, by

[dis][locate] : a Presentation
Chronus Art Center

Chronus Art Center (CAC) is pleased to announce [dis][locate], >> Read more
2017.06.06 Tue, by

Lei Lei: Coming Soon, OCAT Xi’an

Throughout the summer at OCAT Personal Space is dedicated to the work of the young Beijing-based animation artist Lei Lei, and to the premiere of his latest moving image project Coming Soon. A feature-length animation, Coming Soon is the result of five years of hard work beginning in 2012. This stunning hand-crafted work of moving […] >> Read more
2017.06.06 Tue, by

Audiovisual Story,OCAT Xi’an

projects from six Xi’an-based artists; the works share the same focus on difference of awareness through seeing and hearing. These are based on the artists’ various life experience, perspectives, theories and social interest. From simply scavenging images, or reusing and repositioning symbols, the artists turn the discussion to the relation between the two acts of […] >> Read more
2017.06.06 Tue, by

Oliver Herring: 47 Days,OCAT Xi’an

Oliver Herring’s ever-expanding body of work ranges from early sculptures made by knitting with Mylar tape to experimental videos, and to complex photo-sculptures. Since 1998, Herring has regularly involved other people in his work, the best known being his community TASK events. These events invite participants to direct and shape an art work by assigning each other creative tasks to […] >> Read more
2017.06.06 Tue, by

YANG FUDONG: Moving Mountains, OCAT Xi’an

OCAT Xi’an is particularly proud to host Yang Fudong’s new work, the feature-length film piece entitled Moving Mountains, which is also one of the latest artist commission from the Rolls-Royce Art Programme. Moving Mountains is inspired by the ancient tale of a man, whom some called foolish for seeking to move a mountain. Yang Fudong makes this story […] >> Read more

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