Posts Tagged ‘Shanghai’

Turbulent: An Exhibition of New Works by MadeIn Company

Installation View of Turbulent (6)

We are thrilled to bring you a review of MadeIn Company’s recent exhibition in Shanghai from our brand new partner ArtSpy, a website based in Beijing, P.R.China that is committed to establish a global artistic information platform. This article was originally written for ArtSpy and has been translated exclusively for DailyServing. At the Shanghai Taopu Art District in May 2012, MadeIn Company presented a series[.....]

Zeng Fanzhi

The listlessness of people waiting in an emergency waiting room contrasts discomfortingly with the gruesomeness of the chunks of human flesh appearing as fresh meat and liberal washes of red. This work is from one of Zeng Fanzhi’s earliest series, known as the “Hospital” series, markedly influenced by German Expressionism and its manifestation of society’s anxieties and decadence, as studied during his formative years at[.....]

From the DS Archives: Folkert de Jong

Originally published on: November 18, 2008 The new James Cohan Gallery in Shanghai is currently exhibiting work by Dutch sculptor Folkert de Jong. The artist’s large scale narrative installations often reference themes of war, big business, and global greed, as well as the history of art. This particular body of work takes Darwin’s “survival of the fittest” theory and applies it to competition between the[.....]

The Fifth Dimension – Art of Fiber and Space

The Fifth Dimension – Art of Fiber and Space (October 18 – December 4, 2009) at MOCA Shanghai presented the works of 24 teachers and students of the Fiber and Space Art Studio from the Fifth Studio of the Sculpture Department of China Academy of Arts. Titled to convey the interests of the Fiber and Space Art Studio in examining the world from a fifth[.....]