As one of the oldest art forms in the world, what place does ink art have in today's context, and what do contemporary applications tell us about its future as a medium?
This lecture explores the development of ink practice in an international context, drawing on examples by artists who push the boundaries of ink practice and subvert its traditional forms. Yin Shuangxi will also share his views on the place and significance of ink art today, and his thoughts on its future developments.
The lecture is conducted in Mandarin and will be translated simultaneously into English.
About the speaker
Yin Shuangxi (殷双喜) is a professor, curator and renowned art critic. He graduated from the Xi'an Academy of Fine Arts in 1991, and obtained a PhD in Art History from The Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) in China in 2002. He has curated several exhibitions including Rendering the Future: Chinese Contemporary Ink Painting (2014) and The Temperature of History: CAFA and Chinese Representational Oil Paintings (2015). He also co-curated China-Imagination: An Exhibition of Contemporary Chinese Sculpture (2004) and the 2nd Chengdu Biennale (2005), and was one of the judges for Macau's participation in the 52nd International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale (2007). Yin currently serves as a Professor of Contemporary Art at CAFA, Director of CAFA Editorial, and Editor-in-Chief of Art Research, CAFA.
Sunday, 23 April, 2017
Contact:National Gallery Singapore
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