Art Talks

CAFAM Art Talks Program invites experts, scholars and art professionals for a series of academic lectures. The talks present new ideas at a global level and bring you closer to the academia. 

Into the Wood: Bruno Walpoth | Lecture Report...

2019-03-19 11734 read

Bruno Walpoth believes that the best working status is when he can’t feel the time passing.
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Niki de Saint Phalle: I'amoureuse | Lecture Report...

2019-03-15 18604 read

Niki de Saint Phalle is not only a unique artist, but also an agent of modernistic love.
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Of Bored Machines and Enthusiastic Men: A Brief History of Cybernetics, Art and Architecture | Lectu...

2018-11-21 17501 read

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A Conversation Between Liu Wei and Luc Tuymans | Lecture Report...

2018-11-15 30966 read

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The Enlightenment of Contemporary Art in Dunhuang | Lecture Report...

2018-11-02 3487 read

The two artists, Shirazeh Houshiary and Yu Hong, enjoyed a discussion on the murals and statues of Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang, taking their experiences of study and growth as the context to share their thoughts of creation, leading the audience to fa...
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Swamps and the New Imagination | Lecture Report...

2018-10-29 28040 read

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The Traditionality and Contemporaneity of Chinese Art | Lecture Report...

2018-10-18 25029 read

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Qiu Zhijie: “A Millennium Promise” Between Venice and Chinese Intangible Cultural Heritage...

2018-08-10 5057 read

On the evening of June 10th, at the time of “World Cultural and Natural Heritage Day”, Professor Qiu Zhijie, dean of the School of Experimental Art of CAFA, who is also an artist and the curator of the China Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2017, g...
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David Handley: The Past and Future of “Sculpture by the Sea” Exhibition...

2017-06-22 3192 read

David Handley then introduced the development and prospect of the “Sculpture by the Sea” exhibition, as well as the participation of Chinese sculptors and international sculptors, showing his academic ideas.
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Have We Never Been Modern? – Dialogue with Bruno Latour...

2017-05-13 24687 read

Latour has planned several exhibitions and he modestly called himself “an immature curator”, whose curatorial idea was mainly trying to combine his own research and the creation of artists with the aim of thought provoking.
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