【Exhibition Plus · Guided Tour】Tours by the curatorial team of RAM 04.07.2015
RAM team will provide free tours of the exhibition for visitors. Guide: Ramen Xie Language: Chinese
【Exhibition Plus · Lecture】Cinema 90s Ⅰ
All kinds of reality are the relics of the past. We lost in eras with our belated awareness. All kinds of films are the present turning into the history. We unconsciously accept all these predictions. Now we look back on the films of the 1980s and the 1990s, to review these images about the city and the era, and to specify the perplexed emotional status of that time.
【RAM Member Special · Workshop】Lights Workshop I
Peter Vink is going to make a site specific light installation for RAM Studio. Not only bring specific elements from the outside of the building into the studio space, but also joints between the bricks of the building itself, the big window facing the street is the starting point of this art piece.
【Exhibition Plus ·Kids @ RAM · Workshops】Sound Workshop
In this workshop, children can unleash their natural creative potential such as knock, scream and turn on and off the switches and in the meantime learn to control the pace and intensity. Sound making will blend the elements of our daily life into the rhythm and tempo. In the three-session workshop, we will undertake voice and sound making exercises, play games and produce a little album from our
【Exhibition Plus · Lecture】Moments in Movements: Songhu Railway in the 1990s
In the 1990s, Shanghai photographer Xu Haifeng spent many years in recording the lively yet gradually faded life scenes along the Songhu Railway route, while the renowned scholar and historian Prof. Ge Jianxiong has also recalled in one of his early articles of the days he spent around the railway in his youth. In this dialogue, we are honored to invite Prof.Ge Jianxiong and Mr. Xu Haifeng, on the
【Exhibition Plus · Lecture】The Connotation of Shanghai Photography in the 1990s
Shanghai photography in the 1990s emphasizes more on the expression of personalized urban emotions. This dialogue mainly looks at Zhou Ming’s photography works taken in the 1990s’ Shanghai to uncover his inner reflections about urban life. It will also gradually further its discussion on the possibility of multiple changes coming to urban photography when entering into the 21st century.
RAM is pleased to present the first major museum exhibition in Asia of the celebrated Los Angeles-based artist Mark Bradford. Commissioned specifically for this presentation, three monumental collage paintings will fill each of the gallery floors of the museum. These exuberant new works titled The Tears of a Tree, Falling Horses and Lazy Mountain are inspired by the artist’s visits to Shanghai and