What do we care about ？ On facing the eco crisis of our time. The Norwegian visual artist and writer Barbro Raen Thomassen is also a gardener. Has creating art and cultivating soil anything to do with each other and the eco crisis? For the Horizon Museum in HeFei, she has created an installation with the […]
Project Description “We are faced not with two separate crises, one environmental and the other social, but rather with one complex crisis which is both social and environmental. Strategies for a solution demand an integrated approach to combating poverty, restoring dignity to the excluded, and at the same time protecting nature.”1 Today, all our lives […]
Fredrik Fermelin, He Libin and the students present us with such a communicative exhibition about “Paintings Behind Paintings”.
Let us make this visible in making art together. All visitors are welcome to take part in the creative process. Add your work to the great installation. Norwegian artist Alfred Vaagsvold will guide you to the art! Welcome! Opening: 8pm, October the 20th 2018
The first time Monica Dematté went to China was in 1986, when Chinese contemporary art was a mysterious reality that was completely unknown. Her first trip to China, which was a long time ago, lasted for five months, but it was just the beginning of a journey, seeking knowledge and emotions and leaving a mark on the lives of many Chinese artists.
Drawing to Heart – Huang Jianzhang’s Art Exhibition, Opening: 8pm, Oct 20th, 2018
From May to August 2018, Kunming curator and artist Luo Fei was invited to participate in the Kunming-Zurich Friendship City Exchange Residency Project. This was also the first time that Luo Fei visited Switzerland.
Invisible Planet – An Art Exhibition on Environment Issues, Opening: 2017-11-4, 20:00,
The group exhibition is organized by Sun Hui. There are six artists, including Bin Yi, Huang Junhong, Zou Jibiao, Lu Dongjie, Sunhui and Zhu Wenlan. Their self-organization is much more important than their works. It conveys the native spirit of Yunnan contemporary art. What makes art valuable is abandoning the value and judgement of successful and vulgar sociology, and instead practicing the inherent original impulse, doing things that is insignificance in others’ eyes.