29 novembre 2013

Zao Wou-Ki (Zhao Wuji) (1920-2013), Abstraction

Zao Wou-Ki (Zhao Wuji) (1920-2013), Abstraction. Photo Sotheby's signed in Pinyin and Chinese; signed in Pinyin and dated1958 on the reverse; Galerie Charpentier exhibition label affixed to the stretcher on the reverse; oil on canvas; 130 by 162 cm.; 51 1/4  by 63 3/4  in. Estimation 35 000 000 — 45 000 000 RMB Provenance: Galerie Charpentier, ParisThe Collection of Myriam PrévotGalerie de France, ParisThe Collection of Mary L. and Leigh B. Block The Art Institute of Chicago, Mary L. and... [Lire la suite]
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29 novembre 2013

Yan Pei-Ming (B. 1960), Farmer

Yan Pei-Ming (B. 1960), Farmer. Photo Sotheby's titled in French, signed in Chinese and Pinyin and dated1999 on the reverse; oil on canvas; 200.5 by 200.5 cm.; 78 7/8  by 78 7/8  in. Estimation 2 000 000 — 2 500 000 RMB Provenance: Private Collection, ChinaPoly, Beijing, 28 May, 2008, lot 415 Exposition: China, Shanghai, Minsheng Art Museum, Minsheng Art Museum Openning Exhibition- 30 Years of Chinese Contemporary Art, p.360 Yan Pei-Ming: Black and White Portrait Born in Shanghai in 1960, Yan... [Lire la suite]
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06 novembre 2013

Empty chair to represent China's dissident artist Ai Weiwei at Sweden film fest

A chair created by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is placed in the center of a movie theater in Stockholm. AFP PHOTO/JONATHAN NACKSTRAND STOCKHOLM (AFP).- Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei sent a defiant message to the authorities in Beijing on Tuesday in an opening address to the Stockholm Film Festival where he is on the jury -- but in spirit only. The 56-year-old avant-garde artist, who is not allowed to leave China, is represented at the festival by an empty chair that he designed himself in an ironic reference to his inability to... [Lire la suite]
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05 novembre 2013

Wang Mansheng, 'Landscape in Frost', 2013

Wang Mansheng, 'Landscape in Frost', 2013. Round fan-shaped painting Ink and colour on paper. Photo courtesy Kaikodo ASIAN ART IN LONDON. 31st October - 9th November 2013. Kaikodo. Fans of Chinese Painting. Howard Rogers, Mary Ann Rogers, Carol Conover. Phone +01 (0)808 960 5859 - London Phone +44 (0)207 493 3249 - Email asianart@kaikodo.com - Website www.kaikodo.com
29 octobre 2013

Yan Pei-Ming, Help @ galerie Thaddaeus Ropac

Yan Pei-Ming, Char, 2013. Oil on canvas. 280 x 400 cm. Courtesy galerie Thaddaeus Ropac (Paris), © Yan Pei-Ming PARIS - L'exposition de Yan Pei-Ming s'étendra sur les trois étages de la galerie et sera composée de peintures et d'une série d'aquarelles créées pour l'occasion. L'exposition intitulée «Help!» sera construite comme s'il s'agissait de dérouler le scénario d'un film dans les différents espaces, tout en conservant le style caractéristique de l'artiste: le genre historique. Yan Pei-Ming convoque l'histoire récente à... [Lire la suite]
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05 octobre 2013

"Sun Yuan & Peng Yu, Dear" à la Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin

Sun Yuan & Peng Yu, If I die. Courtesy of the artists & Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin — Saint Claude, Paris. La Galerie Perrotin présente l’exposition Dear de Sun Yuan & Peng Yu réunissant un film — If I die — quatre installations dont trois monumentales — Teenager Teenager, Spilling out, Dear et If I die. Leurs œuvres aux allures provocatrices prennent comme sujet les questions complexes de notre époque contemporaine. S’ils figurent parmi les artistes les plus controversés... [Lire la suite]
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02 septembre 2013

Cai xiaosong (B. 1964), Buddha

Cai Xiaosong (B. 1964), Buddha. Photo: Sotheby's. Signed and dated 'Xiaosong/ 2013.1' with three seals of the artist. Ink on silk; 82 by 70 5/8  in. (200.3 by 179.4 cm). NOTE: The present work ink on silk work by Chinese contemporary artist Cai Xiaosong is based upon a 10th century Japanese wood sculpture depicting Sogyo Hachimanat the Art Institute of Chicago (acc. no. 1960.755). The Shinto Buddhist deity Hachimon, shown here taking the appearance of a monk, is venerated as a source of blessing and... [Lire la suite]
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13 août 2013

Sotheby's to offer exceptional 20th century Chinese masterpieces from a distinguished private collection

Zao Wou-ki’s (1920–2013), 15.1.82 (triptych), oil on canvas, 1982, 195.3 x 390.5 cm (Est.: HK$68 –90 million/ US$ 8.7 – 11.5 million). Photo: Sotheby's. HONG KONG.- To mark its 40th anniversary in Asia, Sotheby’s Hong Kong’s Autumn 2013 Sale Series will be spearheaded by the eagerly anticipated Sotheby’s Hong Kong 40th Anniversary Evening Sale at 7pm on Saturday, 5 October, 2013, which will combine the best offerings of our 20th Century Chinese Art, Contemporary Asian Art and Modern and Contemporary Southeast Asian Art categories.... [Lire la suite]
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09 août 2013

Ai Weiwei, 'According to What?' at Art Gallery of Ontario, Mixed-media, Toronto Ontario, Canada

  TORONTO.- One of the world’s most provocative contemporary artists, Ai Weiwei, will join Art Gallery of Ontario visitors for a live video chat with the AGO’s director and CEO, Matthew Teitelbaum, during the Gallery’s popular First Thursdays art party on Sept. 5, 2013. The event’s programming will delve into the imagination and experience of Ai, who is under constant surveillance at his home in Beijing and has been unable to leave China since the government confiscated his passport in 2011.  “This live chat is an... [Lire la suite]
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29 juillet 2013

Cleveland Museum of Art presents "Ai Weiwei: Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads"

Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads (detail), 2010. Ai Weiwei (Chinese, born 1957). Bronze. Private Collection, USA. Photo credit: Tim Nighswander CLEVELAND, OH.- Ai Weiwei: Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads is an installation of twelve monumental bronze sculptures representing the animals of the Chinese zodiac by noteworthy Chinese artist Ai Weiwei. The inaugural exhibition mounted in the museum’s new Ames Family Atrium, a soaring, glass-enclosed piazza, Ai Weiwei’s Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads draw on the history of an 18th century... [Lire la suite]
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