This article will focus on exploration and understanding of history backgrounds and the creation process behind these two series through in-depth conversations with the artist.
Our current exhibition "但聞人語響：Yet, Only Voice Echoed" has been selected by artnet news: Top Ten Editor's Picks this week.
Curated by Cathy Fan, the Chief Editor of Artnet China, “Yet, Only Voice Echoed” is a poetic journey of translation between text and image, ancient and contemporary, as well as East and West, while challenging and complicating these simplistic divisions in the process. It will be on view through Aug. 21.
Tai Xiangzhou’s solo exhibition Cosmoscapes: Ink Paintings by Tai Xiangzhou opened at the Nanchizi Art Museum in Beijing on May 29, 2021. The show is organized by the Nanchizi Art Museum and the Art Institute of Chicago, and jointly organized by Yunmiao Culture. It is a parallel exhibition of Tai’s solo exhibition now on view at the Art Institute of Chicago.
The podcast “High Hanging Fruits” is hosted by playwright Zhu Yi and astrophysicist Liu Jia. In its latest episode, Fu Qiumeng talks about the show Authentic or Forgery: How does a Chinese Connoisseur Work? Fangyu Wang’s Research on Bada Shanren, as well as her thoughts on ink painting, forgery, art auction, and running a gallery in New York. Some of the questions she addresses include: How to look at classical Chinese painting? Who are interested in classical Chinese art in the west? What do contemporary artists paint with ink and wash?