Exploring Original Nature —Cultural Studies and Art Exhibition concerning Lu Gu Lake By the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Beijing, Embassy of Sweden in Beijing,Consulate General of The People’s Republic of Bangladesh in Kunming and Lugu Lake in Lijiang Mosuo Cultural Research Association as the host of Exploring Original Nature—Cultural Studies and Art Exhibition concerning Lu […]
Artists: Christina Hallstorm(Netherland), Liu Lifen(China), Opening Reception: 8pm, Nov 19th 2016. In the morning / In between sleep and being awake, / everything can still happen. Our minds sleep drunk or dreamy. / At dawn the light slowly returns, giving back the shapes to everything that has been hidden in the dark of the night.
With FAN, we have created an exhibition with a main theme in which we each unfold our own artistic ideas. The theme has to do with sensation, the sense of material, the thin paper with its possibilities and limitations.
Crossover artists see no borders betweeen different art forms. Free,openminded work of art creates dialogue, interaction,and improvisation.New art emerges. ARTISTS：Svein Arild Berntsen(NO)、Run Feifei、Guang Saimei
A Walk Through the Park Sidney Aelbrecht and Hanne Van Dyck are two artists living and traveling together. For three weeks they traveled through China, most of their time they spent hiking. During a three week residency at TCG Nordica they translated their experiences, each from their own point of view. Sidney Aelbrecht combines his […]
Julia Groth is the Swedish Västra Götaland scholarhip holder of 2015, she will work at TCG Nordica guest studio from June 1 to the end of August in 2015.
The project consists of an art exhibition based on poetry and accompanied by poetry readings. The participants are six Chinese artists working with the TCG Nordica, a Kunming art center with strong ties to Scandinavia and six Amsterdam artist/printmakers from the Amsterdams Grafisch Atelier (AGA).
Cui Yu, Ou Lingyi and Sun Hui are three post-80s artists graduated from Yunnan Arts University. Based on the similar ideas they share towards art and life, such as having interests in the small things and daily scenes around them, pursuing painting skill diligently, trying to express mental experience purely, painting to them is like self-modifying.
When you first arrive in a new city, nothing makes sense. Everything is unknown, virgin…After you’ve lived here, walked these streets, you’ll know them inside out.
Su Yabi used her refined, soft and resistant metal wire to knit small objects like women’s clothes, scarf, comb, and umbrella. It is he way of keeping a diary of “diary life ”.