RAM Free Open Day, 2015.03.27
RAM Free Open Day comes back on March 27th. The Museum opens full day free admission to the public. Please come and enjoy the current exhibition Mark Bradford: Tears of a Tree.
Tours by the curatorial team of RAM
RAM team will provide free tours of the exhibition for visitors. Guide: Ramen Xie Language: Chinese
Collage: A Simple Language Linking with Contemporary Context
This lecture will be the following four points: 1, collage’s first attempt as a visual language: extending from materials grouping to multi-dimensional consciousness; 2, that the complexity of contemporary art is consistent with the temporal and spatial logic of collage explains why it is natural for collage to transform from a simple technique to an expression of perceptions and from visual art t
The Power of Physique: Combine Contemporary Dance with Photography
Contemporary dance showcases our body, breaks through traditional rules and greatly enriches our understanding of our body and movements. Together with emerging media and stage art, contemporary dance performance is able to project even more wonderful visual effects. At this workshop, we will combine the routines of contemporary dance with images. Participants will also learn about the ideas behin
Vive Le Capital, an evening where art meets global commerce
Together with BANK, RAM presents Vive Le Capital, an evening where art meets global commerce that explores, celebrates, and critiques the omnipresent power of global finance through the perspectives from artists and others that examine the momentous and intimate experiences with multi-national capitalism.
\"We live in a time of transition\", argues Yann Moulier Boutang. But the irony is that this is not a transition to a new type of society called ‘socialism’, as many on the Left had assumed; rather, it is a transition to a new type of capitalism.
An Amnesic City: An Unusual Interpretation of Shanghai and Its Lilongs (laneways)
A city is constantly updating itself. To what degree, does today’s Shanghai resemble a metropolis in terms of its landscape? How did Shanghai evolve into a city? Along with the elevation of Shanghai’s skyline, some neighbourhoods were erased quietly from the map.
Rockbund Art Museum is thrilled to introduce the very first exhibition in China of the internationally acclaimed artist Ugo Rondinone, born in 1964 in Brunnen, Switzerland, and living in New York since 1997. Ugo Rondinone’s oeuvre takes up a unique position in the contemporary art scene and his contribution in revisiting the codes and the histories of the visual arts has been exceptional.