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JINGART 2024 , Booth A01
Group Exhibition Art Fairs SKP-S 4F, Beijing, 86 Jianguo Road, Chaoyang District
Date: 05.23, 2024 - 05.26, 2024

Artists: CHEN Wei 陈维 |  JIANG Pengyi 蒋鹏奕 |  SU Chang 苏畅 |  SUN Xun 孙逊 |  ZHANG Ding 张鼎 |  Robert ZHAO Renhui 赵仁辉 |  ZHAO Yang 赵洋 | 

Private Days
05/23-24,13:00 - 20:00

Public Days
05/25-26,11:00 - 20:00

ShanghART Gallery will participate in the JINGART Art Fair Beijing from May 23 to 26, 2024. This edition of JINGART will be held on the 4th floor of the SKP-S mall. Our booth A01 will present recently created works by seven artists: Jiang Pengyi, Su Chang, Zhao Yang, Sun Xun, Chen Wei, Zhang Ding, and Robert Zhao Renhui. The mediums encompass painting, photography, sculpture, and installation. Revolving around the theme of "Body/Field," the exhibition showcases a facet of the practical exploration and conceptual innovation of ShanghART's emerging and mid-career artists.

In artist Jiang Pengyi's latest photography series "The Monument Bestowed by Desolation to Solitude," metal objects undergo long-term corrosion in chemical solutions and are reborn as "monuments" in a desolate, fantastical realm. Su Chang, on the other hand, uses the simplest materials such as plaster and hemp fiber to create works that integrate intuitive thoughts about the body and space into discussions revolving around the ontology of sculpture.

Painter Zhao Yang, like a director, organically links memories and narratives together. New Zhao-style characters are thus "created out of nothing" on the canvas and descend upon the scene in the form of wooden sculptural installations. Artist Sun Xun, who focuses on creating animated films, also extends oil painting to the surfaces of everyday furniture, combining artistry and practicality.

Chen Wei's photography and sculptural installations originate from his decade-long "New City" project based on extensive visits and investigations, aiming to evoke memories of the temporary and marginal in the interstices of urban renewal. Zhang Ding's "Vortex" flat installation series uses the etching technique to depict the topography of the world's major open-pit gold mines on 24k gold-plated copper plates, while incorporating the artist's representative human skeletal diagrams from recent years to further explore the alienation phenomena occurring in social and historical contexts.

Artist Robert Zhao Renhui, who is currently representing Singapore at the Venice Biennale, will also bring his latest series of works, "Things from the Heat," to this booth. By capturing the imperceptible vitality of the city at night through thermal imaging, it also engages in a cross-temporal dialogue with the forest stories in Zhao Yang's oil paintings and the animal group images in Sun Xun's hand-drawn animation storyboards.

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