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Nam June Paik
白南準:擁抱了大眾傳播與新科技的視覺藝術家

17 October 2019 – 9 February 2020 Tate Modern The Eyal Ofer Galleries       This year, Tate Modern will present a major exhibition of the work of visionary Korean artist Nam June Paik. Renowned for his pioneering use of emerging technologies, Paik’s innovative yet playfully entertaining work remains an inspiration for artists, musicians

Tim Walker: Wonderful Things
蒂姆·沃克: 美妙物什

  An immersive journey into the fantastical worlds created by photographer Tim Walker.   21/9/2019—08/03/2020 Victoria and Albert Museum     Following the incredible success of the Dior exhibition, this September the V&A opens Tim Walker: Wonderful Things, the third solo show of British fashion photographer and long-time Vogue collaborator, Tim Walker. Experience the extraordinary creative process of one

Cindy Sherman’s First UK Retrospective
英國首次辛蒂·雪曼大型回顧展即將開幕

This major new retrospective will explore the development of Sherman’s work from the mid-1970s to the present day, and will feature around 150 works from international public and private collections, as well as new work never before displayed in a public gallery.

Focusing on the artist’s manipulation of her own appearance and her deployment of material derived from a range of cultural sources, including film, advertising and fashion, the exhibition will explore the tension between façade and identity.

Nanhai I and other Important Shipwrecks
Symposiums, Exhibitions and Publications on Maritime Silk Roads in Recent Years

The Nanhai I is a Chinese merchant ship that sank in the South China Sea (Nanhai) while carrying a cargo of ceramics and other goods for export during the Southern Song dynasty (1127–1279). The shipwreck was found in the waters of Guangdong in 1987, the year when an underwater archaeology section was formed by the China History Museum (now the China National Museum) with the support of its late director Yu Weichao (1933–2003) (fig. 1), a renowned scholar.

Cathy Wilkes for the British Pavilion at 58th La Biennale di Venezia
英國文化教育協會揭幕第58屆威尼斯雙年展英國館凱茜·威爾克斯作品

A brand–new body of work by artist Cathy Wilkes for the British Pavilion at this year’s 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia.   Wilkes’ exhibition for the Biennale Arte 2019 is bathed in natural Venetian daylight. The unadorned architecture of the British Pavilion provides the setting for an interconnected series of floor-bound sculptural installations, paintings and

The Existential Paradox
A Personal View on Violet March’s Video Art

27th April, at the Barge, Marina Brighton, artist Violet March had her latest video art on display. It was a 5:32 min long documentary, footage of the artist’s life journey and her critical thinking on individual existence. The form of the footage is paradoxically concrete and abstract, and the viewpoint is arguably through her first-person gaze as well as through that of her alien I.

Franz West and His Punk Aesthetic
弗朗茲·韋斯特與他的朋克美學

Tate Modern 2/20/19–6/2/19 Ironic, irreverent, yet profoundly philosophical, Franz West was a key figure of European art in the late 20th century. Franz West by Tate Modern will be the first posthumous retrospective and the most comprehensive survey of the artist’s work ever staged in the UK.   Franz West (1947–2012) brought a punk aesthetic into

Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams
克裏斯丁·迪奧:夢之設計師

Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams Supported by Swarovski The Sainsbury Gallery 2 February – 14 July 2019 vam.ac.uk | #DiorDesignerofDreams Couture gowns worn by Princess Margaret, Margot Fonteyn and Jennifer Lawrence to go on display at the V&A for largest ever Christian Dior exhibition in the UK. In February 2019, the V&A opens the largest

5 Must See Art Exhibitions in 2019
2019年不可錯過的五個展覽

Van Gogh and Britain at Tate Britain Mar 27-Aug 11 Van Gogh and Britain presents the largest collection of Van Gogh’s paintings in the UK for nearly a decade. Some of his most famous works will be brought together from around the world – including Shoes, Starry Night on the Rhône, L’Arlésienne, and two works he made while

Whitechapel Gallery–On Now
白教堂畫廊:在展展覽

Elmgreen & Dragset: This Is How We Bite Our Tongue, 27 September 2018 – 13 January 2019 Working together since 1995, artist duo Michael Elmgreen (b. 1961, Denmark) and Ingar Dragset (b. 1969, Norway) produce beguiling spatial scenarios that explore social and sexual politics and unveil the power structures embedded in the everyday designs that surround us. In their

Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up
弗里達·卡羅:塑造自己

Victoria and Albert Museum 16 June – 4 November 2018 This summer, the V&A will explore how Frida Kahlo (b. 1907), one of the most recognised and significant artists and women of the 20th century, fashioned her identity. Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up will be the first exhibition outside of Mexico to display her

Thomas Cole: Eden to Empire
托馬斯·科尔:從伊甸園到帝國

The National Gallery 11 June – 7  October 2018 Known for epic vistas, dramatic natural settings, and imaginative landscapes, Thomas Cole’s work depicts nature at its most powerful and vulnerable. His paintings glory in the unique terrain of the American Northeast – largely still unspoiled in his time – while serving as a cautionary tale

RA Summer Exhibition 2018
皇家美術學院夏季展 2018

Royal Academy of Arts 12 June – 19 August 2018 This year, the Royal Academy celebrates its 250th Summer Exhibition, and to mark this momentous occasion, the exhibition is co-ordinated by Grayson Perry RA. Perry, alongside the Summer Exhibition Committee, celebrates the democracy of the world’s largest open submission contemporary art show by exhibiting a

Shape of Light
光之形狀:百年攝影及抽象藝術展

Tate Modern 2 May – 14 October 2018 A major new exhibition at Tate Modern reveals the intertwined stories of photography and abstract art. Shape of Light: 100 Years of Photography and Abstract Art is the first show of this scale to explore photography in relation to the development of abstraction, from the early experiments of the

Rodin and the Art of Ancient Greece
羅丹與古希臘藝術

Auguste Rodin (1840 – 1917) was one of the greatest and most innovative sculptors of the modern era. However, it is little known that Rodin took his inspiration, in large part, from the works of the fifth-century BC sculptor Pheidias who is known as the artist who conceived the Parthenon sculptures. This April, the British Museum will present works by Rodin in a new light and explore how he admired the art of antiquity, particularly that of ancient Greece. Supported by Bank of America Merrill Lynch, this exhibition will reveal how Rodin regularly travelled to London and visited the British Museum to sketch and seek inspiration.

Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy
畢加索 1932 — 愛、名譽和悲劇

Tate Modern 8 March – 9 September 2018 45 years after the artist’s death, Tate Modern stages its first ever solo exhibition of Pablo Picasso’s work, one of the most ambitious shows in the museum’s history. The EY Exhibition: Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy takes visitors on a month-by-month journey through 1932, a time so pivotal

ISelf Collection: Bumped Bodies
自我集:隆起的人體

Whitechapel gallery 10 April – 12 August 2018 This spring the Whitechapel Gallery presents Bumped Bodies, a new display of work by 23 international artists which explores the relationship between the body, objects and the environment. The display is named after Paloma Varga Weisz’s Bumped Body (2007), an ambiguously gendered pregnant form. The white figure encased in a gleaming

Monet & Architecture
莫奈與建築

In a landmark show at the National Gallery in spring 2018 – the first purely Monet exhibition to be staged in London for more than twenty years – there is a unique and surprising opportunity to discover the artist as we have never seen him before.

             

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