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Can Graphic Design Save Your Life?
平面設計可以拯救你的生命嗎?

The first major exhibition exploring the relationship between graphic design and health opens at Wellcome Collection in September 2017. Comprising some 200 objects including hardhitting posters, flashing pharmacy signs, and digital teaching aids, Can Graphic Design Save Your Life? considers the role of graphic design in constructing and communicating healthcare messages around the world and

Andreas Gursky
安德烈亞斯·古爾斯基

The Hayward Gallery stages the first major retrospective in a UK institution of the work of acclaimed German photographer Andreas Gursky (Germany, 1955). Widely regarded as one of the most significant photographers of our time, Gursky is known for his large-scale, often spectacular pictures that portray emblematic sites and scenes of the global economy and

Monochrome: Painting in Black and White
單色:黑白繪畫

Kazimir Malevich Black Square, 1929 Oil on canvas, 80 x 80 cm © The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow

This autumn, the National Gallery presents a journey through a world of shadow and light: Monochrome: Painting in Black and White. With more than fifty painted objects created over 700 years, it is a radical new look at what happens when artists cast aside the colour spectrum and focus on the visual power of black,

Tove Jansson
托芙·揚松

Dulwich Picture Gallery will present the first major UK retrospective of work by one of the most celebrated illustrators of the 20th century, Tove Jansson (1914-2001).

South Asia Art and Culture Programme
南亞藝術文化項目

This September Manchester’s cultural institutions welcome leading South Asian and British artists of South Asian descent in a celebration of shared heritage and historic connections through a series of exhibitions and performances across the city. Marking the 70th anniversary of the creation of India, Pakistan and later Bangladesh, eight exhibitions present both new and seminal

RA Summer Exhibition 2015
皇家美術學會夏季展 2015

The leading British artist Michael Craig-Martin RA will coordinate the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2015. The hanging committee for the Summer Exhibition includes Royal Academicians Norman Ackroyd, Olwyn Bowey, Gus Cummins, Jock McFadyen, David Remfry, Mick Rooney, Alison Wilding and Bill Woodrow.

Ai Weiwei 艾未未

In September 2015, the Royal Academy of Arts will present a landmark exhibition of the Honorary Royal Academician, Ai Weiwei. Although Ai is one of China’s leading contemporary artists, his work has not been seen extensively in Britain and the Royal Academy will present the first major institutional survey of his artistic output. The exhibition will include significant works from 1993 onwards, the date that marks Ai Weiwei’s return to China following more than a decade living in New York. Ai Weiwei will create new, site-specific installations and interventions throughout the Royal Academy’s spaces.

Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots

傑克遜·波洛克:盲點



This summer Tate Liverpool presents the first exhibition in more than three decades to survey the late paintings of Jackson Pollock (1912-1956), made between 1951 and 1953; a phase of work referred to as his black pourings and a highly influential part of his career.

Soundscape
聲音美景

This summer, the National Gallery offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience some of the highlights of the collection in a very different way, through what they hear as much as what they see.

Carsten Höller: Decision
卡斯滕·侯勒:抉擇

Hayward Gallery presents Carsten Holler’s largest survey show in the UK to date, with a wide range of Höller’s works, from newly-made pieces that have been especially commissioned, to key early artworks like The Pinocchio Effect (1994) and Upside Down Goggles (1994-2009). It brings together kinetic sculptures, videos, installations and light works that are designed to profoundly re-orientate our awareness of time and space, reflecting Höller’s wide-ranging interest in the nature of consciousness.

Station to Station
《站到站》藝術季

Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening — American multi-media artist Doug Aitken’s experiment in spontaneous artistic creation taking over the Barbican Centre’s indoor and outdoor spaces (Art Gallery, The Curve, Concert Hall, Cinemas, Lakeside Terrace and Sculpture Court) for 30 days this summer from Saturday 27 June.

Richard III
理查三世

Shakespeare’s Globe is delighted to welcome back two Chinese companies from the hugely successful Globe to Globe festival of international Shakespeare this summer. From 20 to 25 July, the National Theatre of China will perform their Richard III in Mandarin. Then from 17 to 23 August, the Tang Shu-wing Theatre Studio from Hong Kong will stage their brand new production of Macbeth in Cantonese. Both productions will have scene synopses in English.

A BEAUTIFUL DISORDER
无序之美

Cass Sculpture Foundation is delighted to present A Beautiful Disorder, the first major exhibition of newly commissioned outdoor sculpture by contemporary Chinese artists to be shown in the UK. From May 2016, fifteen monumental outdoor sculptures will be on display throughout the grounds of CASS. These artists employ a variety of ambitious sculptural techniques across a range of materials including bronze, stone, steel and wood.

Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World
芭芭拉·赫普沃斯:現代世界的雕塑


Tate Britain presents the first major London retrospective for almost half a century of the work of Barbara Hepworth, one of Britain’s greatest artists. Barbara Hepworth (1903-75) was a leading figure of the international modern art movement in the 1930s, and one of the most successful sculptors in the world during the 1950s and 1960s. This major retrospective emphasises Hepworth’s often-overlooked prominence in the international art world. It also highlights the different contexts and spaces in which Hepworth developed and presented her work, from the studio to the landscape.

Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty
亚历山大·麦昆:野性之美

Savage Beauty will be presented in ten sections which will showcase the dominant themes and concepts within Alexander McQueen’s extraordinary body of work. The sections are built around garments which span the breadth of McQueen’s womenswear collections, from his MA graduate collection in 1992 to A/W 2010, McQueen’s final, unfinished collection.

Inventing Impressionism
印象派伯樂

This spring, the National Gallery presents the UK’s first major exhibition devoted to the man who invented Impressionism, Paul Durand-Ruel (1831-1922). An entrepreneurial art dealer, Durand-Ruel discovered and unwaveringly supported the Impressionist painters and is now considered a founding father of the international art market as we know it today.

The Syngenta Photography Award:‘Scarcity-Waste’
先正達攝影獎: 稀缺與浪費

Now in its second edition, the Syngenta Photography Award is an international competition which aims to stimulate dialogue and raise awareness about significant global challenges through photography. This exhibition will highlight some of the most thought-provoking and powerful responses to the ‘Scarcity- Waste’ theme – one of humankind’s greatest challenges.

Marlene Dumas: The Image as Burden
瑪琳·杜馬斯:成為負擔的圖像

Marlene Dumas is one of the most prominent painters of her generation. Tate Modern’s large-scale survey is the most significant exhibition of her work ever to be held in Europe, charting her career from the early 1970s to the present. The exhibition offers a compelling overview of her work, exploring the physical and psychological reality of human existence and the importance of the painted image. The show brings together over 100 of her most important and iconic paintings and drawings, her experimental collaged works and her most recent canvases.

Magnificent Obsessions: The Artist as Collector
瑰丽之寶:艺术家藏品

Magnificent Obsessions: The Artist as Collector is the first major exhibition in the UK to present the fascinating personal collections of post-war and contemporary artists, including Arman, Peter Blake, Hanne Darboven, Edmund de Waal, Damien Hirst, Howard Hodgkin, Dr Lakra, Sol LeWitt, Martin Parr, Jim Shaw, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Andy Warhol, Pae White and Martin Wong/Danh Vo. Their collections range from mass-produced memorabilia and popular collectibles to one-of-a-kind curiosities, rare artefacts, and natural history specimens. Curated by Lydia Yee, the exhibition presents a selection of objects from the collections of the artists alongside at least one key example of their work to provide insight into their inspirations, influences, motives, and obsessions.

Made in China: A Doug Fishbone Project
名畫中的“中國製造”

From 10 February, visitors to Dulwich Picture Gallery will be set the challenge to identify a Chinese replica hanging among the 270 Old Master paintings on display. ‘Made in China: A Doug Fishbone Project’ will explore the nature and importance of the original versus the copy and the role of art as commodity, a subject of increasing importance in our age of global mass production.

HISTORY IS NOW: 7 Artists Take On Britain

歷史再現:七位藝術家眼中的英國

In the run up to the General Election in 2015, the Hayward Gallery exhibition History Is Now will offer a new way of thinking about how we got to where we are today. Seven artists – John Akomfrah, Simon Fujiwara, Roger Hiorns, Hannah Starkey, Richard Wentworth, and Jane and Louise Wilson – have each been invited to curate sections of the exhibition, looking at particular periods of cultural history from 1945 to the present day.

Adventures of the Black Square
黑方历险记

Abstract Art and Society 1915 – 2015 1915年至2015年抽象藝術與社會 A major new exhibition tracing a century of Abstract art from 1915 to today is on show at the Whitechapel Gallery. It brings together over 100 works by 100 modern masters and contemporary artists including Carl Andre, David Batchelor, Dan Flavin, Andrea Fraser, Piet Mondrian, Gabriel Orozco, Hélio Oiticica,

Issue 13 Hot Topic

Definding Beauty: the Body in Ancient Greek ArtBritish Museum What is Luxury? Victoria and Albert Museum Richard Diebenorn Royal Academy of Arts Henry Moore: Back to A LandYorkshire Scupture Park Richard Diebenkorn Ocean Park #27, 1970 Oil on canvas, 254 x 203.2 cm Brooklyn Museum. Gift of The Roebling Society and Mr. and Mrs. Charles ...

The Legend of the Sun 逐夢天涯

A long time ago, the ancestors of the Zhuang used to live in a place without sunshine. It is said that far beyond the horizon lives a flaming Sun that will bring light and warmth to their homeland. Everyone volunteers for the adventurous journey in search of the Sun… The elders say: “We have the

The Goddess 神女

British Film Institute, China Film Archive, artzip, xy collective, performance infinity, music, art, visual, theatre

Exhibit B | 展品B

Exhibition B, theatre, visual, visual theatre, performance, artzip, performance infinity, xy collective, drama, art

1984

Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan have created 1984, originally written by George Orwell, into a new adaptation. Due to unprecedented demand, a 5-week extension is announced for the Headlong, Nottingham Playhouse and Almeida Theatre production of 1984, a critically acclaimed adaptation by Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan. The production has been run at the West

Tao Dance

06/06-07/06/2014, 20/10-21/10/2014, Sadler’s Wells

             

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