【杨画廊诚邀您/2013年6月8下午4点/参加《绘画课Ⅲ:基础与极限之构》展览开幕 】【GalleryYang Invitation//Exhibiton:Painting Lesson Ⅲ: Elementary and Extreme Structure/June 8,2013,16:00】

作品信息请见邮件附件。

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亲爱的朋友:

杨画廊诚邀您莅临即将开幕的展览 绘画课Ⅲ:基础与极限之构

策展人: 鲍栋

艺术家: 丁乙 / 侯勇 / 蒋志 / 李易纹 / 马晟哲 / 庞璇 / 沈瑞筠 / 王郁洋 / 周思维

开幕时间:2013年06月08 下午4时至7时

展览时间:2013年06月08 — 2013年07月07

展览理念:

继2011年的“错觉或幻相”,2012年的“消极与积极的风格”,今年的绘画课系

列展将要以“基础与极限之构”作为主题,将呈现艺术家对不同视觉资源的分析、

抽离、重组及转换,生成出彼此不同的的理解角度及工作方式。

这一主题还有另一层意蕴:在自觉面对基础问题时,就已经包含着一种基要反思的

激进性,艺术的激进是不断地回到基础问题上去,从而保持重新认识的可能。

就当下知识氛围而言,展览还希望通过不同的作品案例把人们对于“抽象”的空泛

推崇与讨论转变到更为具体的问题中来,从这个似是而非的概念回到艺术家的观念、

方法与经验中。

Dear Friends,

Gallery Yang sincerely invites you for the Exhibition

Painting Lesson Ⅲ: Elementary and Extreme Structure

Curator: Bao Dong

Artists: Ding Yi / Hou Yong / Jiang Zhi / Li Yiwen / Ma Shengzhe / Pang Xuan /

Shen Ruijun / Wang Yuyang / Zhou Siwei

Opening: June 8, 2013 4 – 7pm

Duration: June 8, 2013- July 7, 2013

Exhibition Statement:

Following “Illusion or Delusion” in 2011, and "Negative and Positive Style"

in 2012, the exhibition from this year’s series of painting lessons takes the

title, “Elementary and Extreme Structure.” The works demonstrate the

manifold waysin which artists analyze, abstract, reconstruct, and convert visual

data, and present a range of differing perspectives and ways of working.

The title also refers to one of the most important functions of art. When we

consciously engage with a question or problem, we are already in some way

reflexive and critical about thought itself. Art is radical precisely because it is

able to bring us back to the most basic questions, thereby constantly holding

the door open for new thoughts and ideas to emerge.

This exhibition aims at addressing some of the problems in contemporary thought.

The idea of the abstract is too often talked about with vague and empty reverence.

We hope with this exhibition to encourage a return to more concrete problems,

and move from specious arguments to discussions about the ideas, practice, and

experiences of different artists.

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