藝術現場|Art Scene

Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power

Tate Modern presents an exhibition: Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power from 12 July to 22 October. Tracing a series of creative artworks among African-American artists form 1963 to 1983, featuring more than 150 works, many on display in the UK for the first time, Soul of a Nation provides an opportunity to see how American cultural identity was re-shaped at a time of social unrest and political struggle.

RA Schools Show 2017

From 22 June – 2 July 2017, 17 contemporary artists exhibit their works in the rarely-seen working studios at the heart of the Royal Academy. With previous years, the prestigious Royal Academy Schools show is sure to be a crowd-puller as it showcases the final projects of 17 art stars of the future.

Wolfgang Tillmans 2017

Wolfgang Tillmans has earned recognition as one of the most exciting and innovative artists working today. Tate Modern presents an exhibition concentrating on his production across different media since 2003. First rising to prominence in the 1990s for his photographs of everyday life and contemporary culture, Tillmans has gone on to work in an ever greater variety of media and has taken an increasingly innovative approach to staging exhibitions. Tate Modern brings this variety to the fore, offering a new focus on his photographs, video, digital slide projections, publications, curatorial projects and recorded music.

David Hockney

Tate Britain today announces the world’s most extensive retrospective of the work of David Hockney, opening February 2017. Widely regarded as one of the most successful and recognisable artists of our time, this exhibition will celebrate Hockney’s achievement in painting, drawing, print, photography and video. Following its presentation in London the exhibition, organised in collaboration with the Centre Pompidou and The Metropolitan Museum, will tour internationally to Paris and New York.

Revolution: Russian Art 1917 – 1932

11 February – 17 April 2017 Royal Academy of Arts In February 2017, to commemorate the centenary of the Russian Revolution, the Royal Academy of Arts will present Revolution: Russian Art 1917 – 1932. This landmark exhibition will focus on a momentous period in Russian history between 1917, the year of the October Revolution, and

Carroll / Fletcher: Looking at one thing and thinking of something else

A Group Show in Four Parts
11 November 2016 – 25 February 2017
From November 2016 to February 2017, the gallery will present Looking at one thing and thinking of something else – a group show in four monthly instalments. Each chapter of the exhibition will be curated around a different set of themes, with some works remaining from one instalment to the next, allowing for the same artworks to be understood through different lenses, and unfolding multiple meanings and resonances between the works.

Robert Rauschenberg

1 December 2016 – 2 April 2017
Tate Modern’s major exhibition of the work of Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008), organised in collaboration with The Museum of Modern Art in New York, will be the first posthumous retrospective and the most comprehensive survey of the artist’s work for 20 years.

Abstract Expressionism

Abstract Expressionism 24 September 2016 — 2 January 2017 The Royal Academy of Arts The Royal Academy of Arts presents the first major exhibition of Abstract Expressionism to be held in the UK in almost six decades. With over 150 paintings, sculptures and photographs from public and private collections across the world, this ambitious exhibition

Painters’ Painting

23 June – 4 September 2016 Sainsbury Wing, National Gallery 。 “Works of art are models you are to imitate, and at the same time rivals you are to combat.”  Sir Joshua Reynolds This summer, the National Gallery explores great paintings from a unique perspective: from the point of view of the artists who owned

RA Summer Exhibition 2016
皇家美術學會夏季展 2016

The Royal Academy of Arts’ 248th Summer Exhibition will be coordinated by the leading British sculptor and Royal Academician Richard Wilson. Comprising a range of media, the Summer Exhibition, the world’s largest open submission exhibition, provides a unique platform for emerging and established artists and architects to showcase their recent work to an international audience. As this year’s coordinator, Wilson will present a varied and thought-provoking Summer Exhibition, integrating work by renowned artistic duos.

Designs For Pavilion and Four Summer Houses

The Serpentine reveals the designs for its expanded Architecture Programme for 2016: the 16th annual Pavilion designed by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) (Copenhagen/New York) and four newly commissioned Summer Houses by Kunlé Adeyemi – NLÉ (Amsterdam/Lagos), Barkow Leibinger (Berlin/New York), Yona Friedman (Paris) and Asif Khan (London). The Summer Houses are inspired by Queen Caroline’s Temple, a classical style summer house built in 1734 and a stone’s throw from the Serpentine Gallery.

The new Tate Modern

The new Tate Modern will open to the public on Friday 17 June. The new Switch House building is designed by architects Herzog & de Meuron, who also designed the original conversion of the Bankside Power Station in 2000. It is the most important new cultural building to open in Britain since the British Library. The world’s most popular gallery of modern and contemporary art is now even more international, diverse and engaging.

Strange and Familiar

Curated by the iconic British photographer Martin Parr, this exhibition is a timely consideration of how international photographers from the 1930s onwards have captured the social, cultural, and political identity of the UK through the camera lens. From social documentary and street photography, to portraiture and architectural photography by some of the leading lights of 20th and 21st century photography, the artists include Tina Barney (USA), Gian Butturini (Italy), Henri Cartier-Bresson (France), Bruce Davidson (USA), Raymond Depardon (France), Rineke Dijkstra (The Netherlands), Jim Dow (USA), Hans Eijkelboom (The Netherlands), Robert Frank (Switzerland),Bruce Gilden (USA), Frank Habicht (Germany), Candida Höfer (Germany), Evelyn Hofer (Germany), Axel Hütte(Germany), Sergio Larrain (Chile), Shinro Ohtake (Japan),Akihiko Okamura (Japan), Cas Oorthuys (The Netherlands), Gilles Peress (France), Paul Strand (USA),Edith Tudor-Hart (Austria), Hans van der Meer (The Netherlands) and Garry Winogrand (USA).

Big Bang Data

A major exhibition of diverse, dynamic, data-driven artworks and objects to demystify the world of data
3 December 2015 – 20 March 2016
Somerset House, London

In December 2015, Somerset House presents Big Bang Data, a major landmark exhibition about the big data explosion of the 21st century, which is radically transforming our lives.

Nikolai Astrup: Painting Norway

Dulwich Picture Gallery will present the first UK exhibition of paintings and prints by Nikolai Astrup (1880-1928), one of Norway’s finest twentieth-century artists. Along with Edvard Munch, Astrup expanded the artistic possibilities of woodcuts to capture the lush, wild landscapes and traditional way of life of his home in western Norway, powerfully capturing the myths and folklore of the country.

Absolut Art Bar

Absolut announces its latest collaboration with Mexican artist duo SANGREE, on a site-specific Art Bar titled Tenochtitlan, open daily from 4 – 6 February 2016 during Material Art Fair, Mexico City. Translated literally as ‘place of abundance’, the Art Bar is an homage to the ancient Aztec city of Tenochtitlan, which was located on the same site that is

States of Mind: Tracing the Edges of Consciousness

4 February 2016 – 16 October 2016
Wellcome Collection

Wellcome Collection opens the second part of a year-long exploration into human consciousness on 4 February 2016. ‘States of Mind: Tracing the Edges of Consciousness’ examines the universal, yet mysterious, topic of conscious experience. This major exhibition brings together artists, psychologists, philosophers and neuroscientists to investigate the terrain between consciousness and unconsciousness and will feature historical material, objects, artworks and an evolving programme of contemporary art installations.

Electronic Superhighway (2016 – 1966)

29 January – 15 May 2016
Whitechapel Gallery

In January 2016 the Whitechapel Gallery presents Electronic Superhighway (2016-1966) a landmark exhibition that brings together over 100 artworks to show the impact of computer and Internet technologies on artists from the mid-1960s to the present day.

Her Orchestra

  TEXT BY 撰文 X MONICA CHUNG TRANSLATE BY 翻譯 X AVITA GUO 郭顏 IMAGE COURTESY OF 圖片提供 X VIVIEN ZHANG 張月薇 . On the eve of Vivien Zhang’s debut solo exhibition at Galerie Huit, Hong Kong, ART.ZIP invites Monica Chung, curator and consultant, to interview the artist about her new paintings and art practice.

V&A’s Europe 1600-1815 Galleries Open

The installation of nearly 1,100 objects is nearing completion as the V&A prepares to open a new suite of galleries dedicated to the arts of living in Europe between 1600 and 1815. Seven galleries transformed for the redisplay of the Museum’s unrivalled collection of 17th- and 18th-century European art and design will be unveiled to

Refurbished Toshiba Gallery of Japanese Art

V&A to open refurbished Toshiba Gallery of Japanese Art With thanks to the continuing generosity of the Toshiba Corporation Opening 4 November 2015 #vamJapan A Hello Kitty! rice cooker, toaster and kettle; a cloisonné enamel handbag imitating snakeskin; a selection of mobile phones designed by Naoto Fukasawa and a group of kimono from the 1920s-1930s

Michael Landy Breaking News

22-Oct-2015   Exhibition dates: 2 October – 1 November 2015 Thomas Dane Gallery is pleased to present ‘Breaking News’ an exhibition of drawings by Michael Landy, taking place in his Studio The hundreds of red and white drawings on torn paper that line the walls of the studio are an assortment of signs and symbols, steeped

The Museum of the Future A Vision from China

New Methods, New Power:Shifting Trends in Museum Leadership and Partnerships The event was hosted at the China Exchange, an inspiring new venue in Chinatown dedicated to supporting innovative initiatives in business – and was introduced by Xiang XiaoWei, the Cultural Counsel of the Chinese Embassy and Sarah Percy-Davis, the Chairman of Asian Art in London. The speakers were

The World of Charles and Ray Eames

The World of Charles and Ray Eames Barbican Art Gallery, London, UK 21 October 2015 – 14 February 2016 Charles and Ray Eames are among the most important designers of the 20th century. Their enduring influence is widely acknowledged and continues to be celebrated worldwide. The World of Charles and Ray Eames is a major

Jean-Etienne Liotard

Jean-Etienne Liotard The Sackler Wing of Galleries 24 October 2015 – 31 January 2016 。 。 This exhibition will be devoted to the idiosyncratic Swiss artist Jean-Etienne Liotard (1702-1789), who attained international recognition as one of the most highly accomplished portraitists of eighteenth century Enlightenment Europe. Jean-Etienne Liotard will bring together over 70 works, providing

Giacometti: Pure Presence
賈科梅蒂: 純粹在場

The first ever exhibition solely to consist of portraits by the twentieth-century artist Alberto Giacometti opens at the National Portrait Gallery on Thursday 15 October. Giacometti: Pure Presence (15 October 2015-10 January 2016) comprises over 60 works, including paintings, sculptures and drawings, spanning the entire range of the Swiss artist’s career. Including very rare loans


專訪查爾斯·佩逖倫   8月27日,法國藝術家查爾斯·佩逖倫(Charles Pétillon)在倫敦考文特花園(Covent Garden)的大型裝置作品《心跳(Heartbeat)》正式揭幕,10萬個氣球組成的作品如一朵“白雲”懸置於整個考文特花園市場內,來自世界各地的遊客將在一個月的時間內體驗這座擁有200年曆史的建築群所呈現的不同以往的夢幻體驗。 考文特花園市場的藝術委託項目一直以來都非常引人注目,很多世界知名藝術家都與他們有過合作,比如英國藝術家逹明·赫斯特(Damien Hirst)和美國藝術家傑夫·昆斯(Jeff Koons)都曾在這裡展示他們的大型互動藝術裝置作品,除了這些“大腕兒”藝術家之外,其他還有很多牛人也參與過這裡的項目,比如《五十度灰》的導演薩姆·泰勒(Sam Taylor-Johnson),塗鴉大師班克西(Banksy),設計師保羅·考克賽治(Paul Cocksedge)等等等等。     此次佩逖倫是他第一次在法國之外創作大型的裝置作品,同時他希望通過將考文特花園的歷史風貌與他的創作相結合,來創造一種生命律動的氣場,讓人們感受這裡所充滿的生命氣息和歷史記憶。   ART.ZIP:可不可以給我們介紹一下您這次在倫敦展出作品的來龍去脈? CP:我是一位攝影師,也是一位視覺藝術家,幾個月前,考文特花園市場的運營方找到我,問我願不願意為這裡量身定做一件公共裝置作品,我知道考文特花園是非常知名的市場也是倫敦最受歡迎的景點,所以我接受了他們的邀約,於是開始調研和構思如何創作一件和這裡的環境相契合的藝術作品。我對考文特花園這個區域的歷史非常感興趣,這些古老的建築改變了整個區域的景觀和規劃,而同時,這裡又是倫敦潮流和現代生活方式的策源地,因此,我決定用一種方式來將這裡古老的記憶和現代的氣息鏈接起來,讓人們能夠意識到這裡承載的過往歷史以及它現在所代表的時尚生活。 ART.ZIP:為什麼要採用白色氣球作為創作的主要材料呢? CP:其實很簡單,因為我特別喜歡這個材料,世界上絕大部份的人都能一眼看出這是什麼東西,不管是大人還是孩子,不論是中國人還是英國人,白色氣球這個媒介不需要過多的闡釋和說明,大家都能看懂,而且不會有誤解。白色氣球看上去非常廉價,不像鑽石和黃金那樣耀眼奪目,但氣球非常的平易近人,能讓更多人欣賞和接近。 ART.ZIP:這件作品在造型上有什麼樣的考慮嗎? CP:第一眼看上去應該會讓人想到是一朵雲彩吧,在晚上的話,你可以看到裡面光線的變化,這是一件有呼吸和心跳的作品,也是在喚醒人們對周邊那些看似毫無生機的事物進行重新認識的必要。 ART.ZIP:您也是一位攝影師,您是如何看待藝術家和攝影師與商業品牌進行跨界合作的? CP:我以前是一位商業攝影師,但是我有我自己的藝術項目,我所參與的藝術項目和商業項目是分開的,我的商業性的攝影作品不會干擾我自己的藝術創作,這兩部份是割裂的,也有很多品牌希望用我的藝術作品來推廣他們的作品,但是我都拒絕了,因為藝術作品是用來提出問題的,是關於你我的生活的,而僅僅從形式上來挪用于商業目的話,就失去了它本來的意義了。我希望用自己的商業作品來賺錢,但我創作的藝術作品是去商業化的。      


8 July – 6 September 2015 Sainsbury Wing, National Gallery . 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. Leading contemporary sound artists and musicians Nico Muhly, Susan Philipsz, Gabriel

Joseph Cornell: Wanderlus

The Royal Academy of Art July – 27 September 2015   In July 2015, the Royal Academy of Arts will present an exhibition of works by American artist Joseph Cornell (1903-1972). Joseph Cornell: Wanderlust will offer an overview of the artist’s inventive oeuvre, surveying around 80 of Cornell’s remarkable box constructions, assemblages, collages and films.

The RA School Show

12 – 28 June 2015 London, 22 May 2015: The RA Schools Show is the annual exhibition of works by artists graduating from the UK’s longest established art school, the historic RA Schools. This year marks the 140th anniversary of the RA Schools’ students exhibiting their work to the general public. The show will present

Shoes: Pleasure and Pain

13 June 2015 – 31 January 2016 The transformative power of extreme footwear will be explored in the V&A’s summer 2015 fashion exhibition, Shoes: Pleasure and Pain. More than 200 pairs of historic and contemporary shoes from around the world will be on display, many for the first time. The exhibition will explore the agonizing

Carsten Höller: Decision

This major exhibition at Hayward Gallery presents 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.

RA Summer Exhibition

MICHAEL CRAIG-MARTIN CBE RA CURATES EXPLOSION OF COLOUR IN SUMMER EXHIBITION 2015 London, 3 June 2015: Leading British artist and influential teacher, Michael Craig-Martin CBE RA, this year’s co-ordinator of the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition, has focused on a new layout of the Main Galleries, curating an explosion of colour. The Summer Exhibition will open to

Ai Weiwei

Royal Academy of Art
19 September – 13 December 2015

the Royal Academy of Arts will present a landmark exhibition of the Honorary Royal Academician, Ai Weiwei.
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.

Two Truths

Two Truths at West London’s Griffin Gallery brings together six talented Japanese artists and recent graduates working in both London and Japan. Works range from photography, to painting and sculpture, while the artists themselves use distinctive approaches to form a dialogue about the contemporary art climate and their cultural heritage. Japanese by birth and legacy, three of the

Central Saint Martins Degree Shows 2015

DEGREE SHOW ONE: ART Around 1300 students will be showing their work across eight programmes – Art; Product, Ceramic and Industrial Design; Culture and Enterprise; Drama and Performance; Fashion; Graphic Communication Design; Spatial Practices; Jewellery and Textiles. Central Saint Martins attracts some of the most creative students in the world to experiment, challenge and provoke

Zabludowicz Collection: 20 Years

Founded in 1994, the Zabludowicz Collection has rapidly grown to become one of the world’s leading independent contemporary art collections. It now contains over 3000 works by over 500 artists, and continues to grow and evolve. This new exhibition gives an insight into the development of a history still in the process of being written.

Four Decades of Chinese Art

The Whitworth announced today that Four Decades of Chinese Art will be the next major exhibition in their newly renovated exhibition spaces. The exhibition will be the first UK show curated from the renowned M+ Sigg Collection. It brings together 80 significant works by leading contemporary Chinese artists including Ai Weiwei, Cao Fei and Zhang Peili, to examine how art can question, challenge and stimulate.

What Is Luxury

As the title suggests, the V&A exhibition What is Luxury? aims to interrogate and expand understandings of luxury by presenting exceptional examples of contemporary design and craftsmanship alongside conceptual projects which interrogate fundamental ideas of luxury, its production and future. Over 100 objects address how luxury is made and understood in a physical, conceptual and cultural capacity.

Christopher Williams: The Production Line of Happiness

Christopher Williams: The Production Line of Happiness 克里斯托弗威廉斯:幸福生產線 The Whitechapel Gallery presents the first UK retrospective of American artist Christopher Williams, one of the most influential artists working with photography and the production and display of images. Christopher Williams’ recent photographs reveal the unexpected beauty and cultural resonance of commercial, industrial and instructional photography, and also adopts

Essential Experiments: Zhang Peili—On the Possibility of Alternative Readings

TEXT BY 撰文 x XUHUA ZHAN 湛旭華 EDITED AND TRANSLATED BY 編譯 x CHRIS BERRY 裴開瑞 XUHUA ZHAN 湛旭華 1988年,黃山現代藝術討論會上,藝術家張培力帶來了一件作品《30X30》,按藝術家的設想:觀眾將被關在反鎖的房間裡三小時不停歇地觀看他的新作——以家用攝影機拍攝的180分鐘錄像裡重復播放一雙帶手套的手不斷地摔碎一塊鏡子,然後粘合,再摔碎的過程。但放映不足10分鐘後,影片就被焦躁的觀眾打斷了。這件以固定機位拍攝,無後期配音和剪接的作品成為最早的一件中國當代移動影像作品和中國當代藝術史上一個被不斷討論長久的話題。 張培力無法被簡單地歸類為一個“錄像”或“新媒體”藝術家。也許,因為其獨有的警覺的思維方式正體現在不斷挑戰各種先驗觀念的工作方式上,他甚至不願被定格於中國人的身份或被地緣政治化概念解讀。如果抽離他作品中“國產”的那些元素——它們只是在他的世界能順手拈來的創作“物質”而已。正如沒有誰會為一塊油畫布打上東西方標簽之分。 張培力一直強調他的工作‘從來不制定任何原則,只是一些具體事實”甚至“實驗”這類詞都讓他感到不自在:“有原則的實驗並不是實驗,放棄的實驗也許是實驗”(見黃專文)。剝離中國化特定語境的解讀,可以看到藝術家自己對事物的態度是客觀自然的,他的作品體現了他的哲學思想與邏輯:對教條主義、主流認知等各種先驗觀念提出的簡潔理性卻鋒利的詰問並以藝術反復驗證,同時展開另一種閱讀的可能性。 拍攝、電影素材和影像對張培力而言是一種“創作元素”,2015年5月英國電影協會(BFI)將以《必要的實驗:張培力》集中回顧張培力的移動影像創作。這次展覽分三部分:80-90年代以錄像制作體現無聊和控制美學的:《30X30》、《(衛)字3號》 ,《水-辭海標準版》;2000後以“影像蒙太奇修正”手法,用50-70年代老電影素材創造“不同的閱讀可能性”:《臺詞》、《遺言》、和《喜悅》;還有用“場景性”實驗剖析影像的虛擬和真實之間邏輯關系的影像裝置作品《5月7日-5月27日》。 借著這次BFI的展覽,我們邀請了藝術家談談他的創作。   您早期學習油畫,後來轉到錄像藝術。是什麽驅動了這個創作上的改變? 藝術家使用的媒介手段一直在改變中:最早中國只用水墨,後來西方傳來油畫和版畫,後來有攝影,這都有別於中國的傳統藝術媒介。80年代之前學油畫時,我們還不知道錄像藝術,原來藝術的可能性比我們了解的多得多。等有了技術和物質條件,為創作提供了刺激,驅動了新的嘗試。用什麽手法創作跟個人態度有關:有些藝術家對媒介態度較穩定,我可能不太安分——對於自己已經習慣、太熟悉的事缺乏興奮,當有新的可能性總想去嘗試。簡單說是外部條件和內在條件決定。   在七八十年代,當時的信息不是很開放,但也有一些資料能通過各種渠道了解。當時有哪些電影作品和藝術家對中國第一代新媒體藝術家影響比較大的? 實際是我們當時受到的影響是多方面的,不僅是錄像藝術(Video Art)。80年代早期我們已知道國外藝術家用錄像創作,但當時我們只看到一些文獻和模糊圖片,如白南準和布鲁斯·諾曼(Bruce Nauman),但沒看過作品。當時的影響更多來自哲學,文學,電影,戲劇,藝術理論。 這跟早期西方油畫傳到中國不一樣,西方人企圖讓油畫能融入到中國的欣賞習慣中。影院當時能看到一些不錯的電影,如娜塔莎·金斯基(Nastassja Kinski)主演的《德克薩斯州的巴黎(Paris,Texas)》。當時我驚訝於這部電影沒有很炫的情景、動作和拍攝手段,卻有很多長鏡頭,前所未見。但觀眾覺得片子很悶,最後影院只剩下我。除了電視臺和影院公映的,更多在錄像廳看到如《美國往事(Once Upon a Time in America)》和《教父(The Godfather)》等影片。看到英格瑪·伯格曼(Ingmar Bergman)的電影比較晚,但那是讓我最激動的; 還有《鐵皮鼓(The Tin Drum)》、我看了很激動,看了好幾遍。 再後來大家常交互錄像帶看如《8½》、《巴黎最後的探戈(Last Tango in Paris)》和《放大(Blow-Up)》等。   您使用錄像制作,使用電影片段,到後來用錄像裝置。在使用這些不同的新媒體創作元素中您最關注什麽? 我最關注的是新的可能性——新的語言的可能,在創作中語言的重復——重復自己或別人都是很可怕。藝術中的喜新厭舊是很重要的態度。所有的藝術史上鬧出來的一些事/藝術上的革命最基本的都是喜新厭舊,不滿足。 您的作品如《喜悅》、《遺言》在國外放映不加字幕,講講您的想法? 對於我來說,我希望觀眾關注的是我做作品的基本動機和態度,而不是使用的電影片段裡的臺詞,字幕加在裡面是畫蛇添足。而且這個作品創作時本來就沒有考慮對白的。對電影來說角色說什麽對電影陳述什麽故事是重要的,但對於我來說,對白臺詞不重要。有沒有臺詞不是區分錄像藝術和電影的絕對的標準,不是用於區別電影和錄像藝術,對某些藝術家的作品來說:對白臺詞是重要的;但對我的這些作品來說,對白臺詞不重要,我並不是用不加字幕來區別這是藝術而不是電影。針對作品而言,加字幕是多余的。 能談談您的新作或是未來的創作計劃嗎?

Defining beauty

26 March – 5 July 2015 British Museum Sainsbury Exhibitions Gallery   Experience the brilliance and diversity of ancient Greek art in this major exhibition focusing on the human body. For centuries the ancient Greeks experimented with ways of representing the human body, both as an object of beauty and a bearer of meaning. The

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