RAM Screening：Documentary: Angry Inuk (2016)
The exhibition features three Inuit artists, whose works express the Inuit beliefs and visual culture, as well as their life being part of a whole natural environment. Among the three artists, Tim Pitsiulak is both an artist and hunter. His works represent wildlife such as sea lions, whales, and elk, etc.
CALL FOR NEW DISCOURSE AROUND THE WORK OF FELIX GONZALEZ-TORRES
Rockbund Art Museum and the Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation announce an open call for writers and authors based in Asia.
Initiated after the first institutional exhibition of Felix Gonzalez-Torres’s work in China, curated by Larys Frogier and Li Qi at the Rockbund Art Museum, the open call builds upon a dialogue between Rockbund Art Museum and the Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation. In alignment with the artist’s evocative use of everyday materials and practice of encouraging mutable readings of each work, the open ca
The Rockbund Art Museum is very pleased to present the first institutional solo exhibition in China by the renowned German artist Tobias Rehberger. “If you don’t use your eyes to see, you will use them to cry” will be on display from 23 March to 26 May, 2019. Rehberger’s multifaceted work has been instrumental to expanding the possibilities of sculpture, spanning a diverse range of fields that inc
The Rockbund Art Museum Shanghai will present the first large-scale solo exhibition in China by the Belgian artist Francis Alÿs, “La dépense,” from November 9, 2018 to February 24, 2019, curated by Yuko Hasegawa.
From Sep 29 to Oct 4, 2018, the annual special project RAM HIGHLIGHT 2018: “Is It My Body?” will be launched at the Rockbund Art Museum (RAM) Shanghai. RAM Shanghai will challenge the boundaries of conventional exhibitions and invite the public to participate and interact with the works. Visitors will be able to enter a multi-dimensional art space blending exhibition, concert, performances, works
Rockbund Art Museum will proudly host Systems, the first solo thematic exhibition in Shanghai by the artist Lin Tianmiao, curated by Alexandra Munroe. The artist considers the exhibition to be a site-specific project that explores four key concepts: “individual consciousness”, “collective consciousness”, “public consciousness”, and “ultimate consciousness”. With each concept corresponding to a flo
We have entered the age of digital information overload but our understandings of the others have been gradually dictated by media façades composed of fragmented images and discourses. In order to see through the mirage of media façades, ”Tell Me a Story: Locality and Narrative” aims to bring the spectators to approach the others as close as possible, listening to the others speaking for themselve