Paradigms of Art: Contemporary Art from Germany

  • Dates:2017-09-16 - 2017-10-29
  • Location:2F, CAFA Art Museum
  • Opening:2017-09-16 14:30
  • Organizer(s): Stiftung für Kunst und Kultur e.V. CAFA
  • Co-Organizer(s): CAFA Art Museum The Imperial Temple Art Museum Minsheng Art Museum Red Brick Art Museum Today Art Museum Yuan Art Museum White Box Art Museum
  • Chief Curator: Fan Di'an Walter Smerling
  • Curators: Zhang Zikang Yue Jieqiong Li Peng Zhou Xujun Yan Shijie Gao Peng Gu Yan Sun Yongzeng Peter Weber

Details

85 artworks including paintings, sculptures, photos, and devices from 17 artists: 1) Franz Ackermann, 12 paintings 2) Horst Antes, 4 groups of paintings and sculpture(s) 3) Stephan Balkenhol, 6 paintings, and sculpture(s) 4) Abraham David Christian, 11 groups of sculptures and painting(s) 5)... More
85 artworks including paintings, sculptures, photos, and devices from 17 artists:

1) Franz Ackermann, 12 paintings
2) Horst Antes, 4 groups of paintings and sculpture(s)
3) Stephan Balkenhol, 6 paintings, and sculpture(s)
4) Abraham David Christian, 11 groups of sculptures and painting(s)
5) Hanne Darboven, 1 group of 53 photographic installations
6) Thomas Demand, 1 photo
7) Katharina Fritsch, 1 installations
8) Isa Genzken, 3 installations
9) Jörg Immendorf, 7 oil paintings, and sculpture(s)
10) Hubert Kiecol, 4 groups of sculptures
11) Martin Kippenberger, 4 groups of paintings
12) Imi Knoebel, 3 groups of installations
13) Uwe Kowski, 3 paintings
14) Albert Oehlen, 3 paintings
15) Daniel Richter, 4 paintings
16) Andreas Slominski, 5 paintings
17) Rosemarie Trockel, 14 paintings

Preface

Globalization is a huge magnetic field, which has contributed to the formation of the mechanism of contemporary visual arts and opened up a new era of international cultural exchanges. In order to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Germany, and carry forward the successful experience and model of China 8--Chinareise des Kuratoriums in October 2015, in Germany, Germany 8--German Art in China will be held in September 2017 in Beijing. The project is organized by the CAFA Art Museum and Stiftung für Kunst und Kultur e.V., planned by Fan Dian and Walter Smerling, and co-organized by the Imperial Temple Art Museum, Minsheng Art Museum, Red Brick Art Museum, Today Art Museum, Yuan Art Museum, as well as White Box Art Museum. These series of exhibitions, each with a different theme, fully supplement a forum entitled “German and Chinese Contemporary Art Development in the Context of Globalization”. On the one hand, they fully reflect the diversity and unique charm of German contemporary art, offering the Chinese public a perfect opportunity to know more about German art. On the other hand, this project also deepened the mutual understanding between our two peoples and countries. Through dialogue and cooperation, we can achieve a win-win. 

 

In the history of art, German art has always occupied an eye-catching position thanks to its powerful ethos and unique aesthetic features. Since the 1940s, Germany’s modern and contemporary art has achieved rapid and sustained development. A number of important artists have emerged in various fields of art,  which not only adds a new chapter to the history of German art but exerts a huge impact on the international contemporary culture and art. German 8: German Art in China will exhibit different kinds of artworks from several public museums and collection institutions in Germany. Altogether, there will be seven independent art exhibitions with interrelated themes. By showing the public the history and latest development of German art since the 1950s, Germany's profound cultural traditions and the zeitgeist spirit of innovation will be fully presented. During these exhibitions, paintings, sculptures, devices, photos, and new media artworks will be shown to the visitors. The creation time of these works spans from the middle of the 20th century to the present. Their authors include the most representative art masters in German post-war art history, and also forerunners (colleges or young artists) who are active in today’s art community. The parallel forum entitled “German and Chinese Contemporary Art Development in the Context of Globalization” will invite world-renowned Chinese and German scholars and artists in art and culture to give keynote speeches or engage in round-table discussions, which will further deepen our understanding of German contemporary art and facilitate the cultural and artistic exchanges between China and Germany.


Information About Other Exhibitions

 

The Imperial Temple Art Museum

Exhibition: Traces of Memory—Masterworks of Contemporary German Painting

Duration: September, 18, 2017-October 20, 2017

Opening: 3p.m. - 4 p.m., September, 17, 2017 

 

Minsheng Art Museum

Exhibition: The Language of Photography and the Duesseldorf School

Duration: September, 16, 2017-October 22, 2017

Opening: 3p.m. - 4 p.m., September, 15, 2017

 

Red Brick Art Museum

Exhibition: Prologue – German Informel Art

Duration: September, 16, 2017-October 22, 2017

Opening: 5 p.m. - 6 p.m., September, 16, 2017

 

Today Art Museum

Exhibition: Arrested Time -- New MediaArt from Germany

Duration: September, 17, 2017-October 31, 2017

Opening: 11 a.m. - 12 p.m., September, 17, 2017

Curator: Peter Weibel

 

Yuan Art Museum

Exhibition: Dialogue: The Spatial Dimension of Color

Duration: September, 15, 2017-October 31, 2017

Opening: 3p.m. - 4 p.m., September, 15, 2017

 

White Box Art Museum

Exhibition: Next Generation-Young Generation Art

Duration: September, 15, 2017-October 29, 2017

Opening: 11 a.m. - 12 p.m., September, 15, 2017


Globalization is a huge magnetic field, which has contributed to the formation of the mechanism of contemporary visual arts and opened up a new era of international cultural exchanges. In order to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Germany, and carry forward the successful experience and model of China 8--Chinareise des Kuratoriums in October 2015, in Germany, Germany 8--German Art in China will be held in September 2017 in Beijing. The project is organized by the CAFA Art Museum and Stiftung für Kunst und Kultur e.V., planned by Fan Dian and Walter Smerling, and co-organized by the Imperial Temple Art Museum, Minsheng Art Museum, Red Brick Art Museum, Today Art Museum, Yuan Art Museum, as well as White Box Art Museum. These series of exhibitions, each with a different theme, fully supplement a forum entitled “German and Chinese Contemporary Art Development in the Context of Globalization”. On the one hand, they fully reflect the diversity and unique charm of German contemporary art, offering the Chinese public a perfect opportunity to know more about German art. On the other hand, this project also deepened the mutual understanding between our two peoples and countries. Through dialogue and cooperation, we can achieve a win-win. 

 

In the history of art, German art has always occupied an eye-catching position thanks to its powerful ethos and unique aesthetic features. Since the 1940s, Germany’s modern and contemporary art has achieved rapid and sustained development. A number of important artists have emerged in various fields of art,  which not only adds a new chapter to the history of German art but exerts a huge impact on the international contemporary culture and art. German 8: German Art in China will exhibit different kinds of artworks from several public museums and collection institutions in Germany. Altogether, there will be seven independent art exhibitions with interrelated themes. By showing the public the history and latest development of German art since the 1950s, Germany's profound cultural traditions and the zeitgeist spirit of innovation will be fully presented. During these exhibitions, paintings, sculptures, devices, photos, and new media artworks will be shown to the visitors. The creation time of these works spans from the middle of the 20th century to the present. Their authors include the most representative art masters in German post-war art history, and also forerunners (colleges or young artists) who are active in today’s art community. The parallel forum entitled “German and Chinese Contemporary Art Development in the Context of Globalization” will invite world-renowned Chinese and German scholars and artists in art and culture to give keynote speeches or engage in round-table discussions, which will further deepen our understanding of German contemporary art and facilitate the cultural and artistic exchanges between China and Germany.


Information About Other Exhibitions

 

The Imperial Temple Art Museum

Exhibition: Traces of Memory—Masterworks of Contemporary German Painting

Duration: September, 18, 2017-October 20, 2017

Opening: 3p.m. - 4 p.m., September, 17, 2017 

 

Minsheng Art Museum

Exhibition: The Language of Photography and the Duesseldorf School

Duration: September, 16, 2017-October 22, 2017

Opening: 3p.m. - 4 p.m., September, 15, 2017

 

Red Brick Art Museum

Exhibition: Prologue – German Informel Art

Duration: September, 16, 2017-October 22, 2017

Opening: 5 p.m. - 6 p.m., September, 16, 2017

 

Today Art Museum

Exhibition: Arrested Time -- New MediaArt from Germany

Duration: September, 17, 2017-October 31, 2017

Opening: 11 a.m. - 12 p.m., September, 17, 2017

Curator: Peter Weibel

 

Yuan Art Museum

Exhibition: Dialogue: The Spatial Dimension of Color

Duration: September, 15, 2017-October 31, 2017

Opening: 3p.m. - 4 p.m., September, 15, 2017

 

White Box Art Museum

Exhibition: Next Generation-Young Generation Art

Duration: September, 15, 2017-October 29, 2017

Opening: 11 a.m. - 12 p.m., September, 15, 2017


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