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Hisao Hanafusa X Brioni

As an homage to masterful design, Brioni celebrates Salone del Mobile 2018 by collaborating with Hisao Hanufusa, the visionary craftsman. From 17th to 22nd April, Brioni will host a selection of the Japanese artist’s carpentry throughout its Milan store, sealed with a co-curated window display. Hanafusa's work uses an ancient Japanese joinery technique that binds the wood without nails or adhesive, to achieve a truly smooth, balanced finish.

Fu Qiumeng Fine Art

Fu Qiumeng Fine Art , 2018, 9 min 56s

Director: Yilei Zhou
Producer: Qiumeng Fu
Director of Photography: Yilei Zhou
Editor: Yilei Zhou
2nd Director of Photography: Zon Zhang, Q Lin

Fu Qiumeng Fine Art

The documentary film about Fu Qiumeng Fine Art, directed by Yilei Zhou, was produced in 2018. In this film, the founder of the gallery Fu Qiumeng talks about how she positions the gallery in relation to life in New York, traditional Chinese painting, and cross-cultural exchange between China and the US. She also introduces several artists represented by her gallery, the QM Project she initiated, and the gallery’s daily activities.

这部关于秋萌画廊的纪录片制作于2018年,由周祎蕾执导。在这部影片中,画廊的创始人付秋萌讲述了她对画廊的定位,特别是她如何将这个艺术机构与纽约这座城市、中国传统文化以及中美跨文化交流联系起来。她也介绍了画廊的几位艺术家、她发起的QM计划和画廊的日常工作。

Catch a glimpse of life-Liang Quan

Catch a glimpse of life—Liang Quan , 2020, 1 min 27 s

Video: Liang Quan
Editor: Q Lin

Catch a glimpse of life—Liang Quan

“When I went back to Shanghai to move to a new place to live, I came across a wooden washboard that had been used by my grandmother. And I had a moment of enlightenment. The structure of a washboard is like a mounted painting. The upper and lower parts of a washboard are comparable to the silk brocades mounted above and below a painting; and the part in the middle of a washboard is just like a painting surface.”

In the past two months, we have invited our artists to record video

Catch a glimpse of life — Wang Mansheng

Catch a glimpse of life—Wang Mansheng , 2020, 9 min 30 s

Video: Wang Mansheng
Editor: Q Lin

Catch a glimpse of life—Wang Mansheng

“Lately, I have gathered the seeds I collected before. I have been doing research on these seeds. Then I will determine how to proceed with my painting”

In the past two months, we have invited our artists to record video clips that offer glimpses of their life and thoughts during quarantine. In this video, Wang Mansheng will talk about his neighborhood, his everyday life and thoughts, as well as his latest album, a tribute to one of the artist’s friends who had passed away.

Wang started practicing calligraphy and digging deep into

Catch a glimpse of life – Michael Cherney

Catch a glimpse of life—Michael Cherney , 2020, 1 min 56s

Video: Michael Cherney
Editor: Q Lin

Catch a glimpse of life—Michael Cherney

“My photographic travels in China are a means of immersing myself in art history; the heart-mind learns from the eyes.”

In the past two months, we have invited our artists to record video clips that offer glimpses of their life and thoughts during quarantine. In this video, viewers will listen to a poem read by artist Michael Cherney. The poem is entitled “A Step at a Time” and written by W. S. Merwin. In this video, Cherney said, “ It [The poem] explains why I miss in the landscape doing photography, but also

Catch a glimpse of life-Arnold Chang

Catch a glimpse of life—Arnold Chang , 2020, 26 min

Video: Arnold Chang
Editor: Q Lin

Catch a glimpse of life-Arnold Chang

“In Chinese painting I discovered an art form that cultivates creativity and originality through structure and discipline. The Chinese paintings that I admire most are those that attain a dynamic balance between perceived opposites-realism and abstraction, expression and contemplation, transience and permanence, square and round, soft and hard, modern and traditional, East and West, Song and Yuan- in other words, works by artists who are somehow able to reconcile the dichotomies, concrete or symbolic, that are ever present in nature and are manifested in all aspects of society.”

In the past two months, we

Catch a glimpse of life-Fung Ming-chip

Catch a glimpse of life—Fung Ming-chip , 2020, 2 min

Video: Fung Ming-chip
Editor: Q Lin

Catch a glimpse of life—Fung Ming-chip

“All lines are beautiful, as long as an artist knows how to use them. Having freed lines from traditional constraints, I find new ways to explore and create lines.”

In the past two months, we have invited our artists to record video clips that offer glimpses of their life and thoughts during quarantine. In this video, artist Fung Ming Chip explains his thoughts about the visual logic of Chinese landscape painting in a simple yet intriguing manner. This part of the video includes three sections: “The Spirit of Lines: Traces of a Rolling Egg”;

Calligraphy Lab Report

Fung Ming-chip: Calligraphy Lab Report 冯明秋:书法实验报告 , 2019, 38 min

Director of Photography: Q Lin, Zon Zhang
Editor: Q Lin

Fung Ming-chip:Calligraphy Lab Report 冯明秋:书法实验报告 

“Line is like a videotape, and audiences are like machines. They decipher the movement and the space inside the line, from the first stroke of the first character to the last stroke of the last character. ”

The reconceptualization of calligraphy constitutes an indispensable aspect of Fung Ming Chip’s calligraphic practice. The talk “Calligraphy Lab Report” introduces ideas critical to the artist’s work, including tradition, line, space, time, conceptual framework, and painting. By elaborating on these ideas, Fung shares insights into his theoretical approach and working procedures. This talk was held

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