RAM Annual International Symposium: Contemporary Art, Curating and Social Engagement in Twenty-first Century China
This conference will critically explore differing cultural perspectives on the significance of socially engaged contemporary artistic and curatorial practices in China as well as the impact of translation between cultures on such practices.
Tours by the curatorial team of RAM
RAM team will provide free tours of the exhibition for visitors.
Guide: Stella Wang Language: Chinese
Book Launch and Conversation:Active Withdrawals-The Life and Death of Institutional Critique
Maria Lind, a curator and critic based in Stockholm, is invited as special guest for this event. Her presentation will be based on the essay she contributed to Active Withdrawals- Life and Death of Institutional Critique and revolve around the institutional practice she has developed as director in Tensta Konsthall, Stockholm.
RAM Free Open Day, 2014.11.26
Good news, RAM Free Open Day comes again on Nov.26th！
Come and enjoy the grand banquet of art!
New Artrends·RAM Talk Series 2: Launch of the First Issue of Chinese Contemporary Art Studies
As the first Chinese journal on China’s contemporary arts, Chinese Contemporary Art Studies is featured with originality, openness and rationality. It advocates broad academic horizon, rigorous micro studies and the awareness of sensitive issues. The journal is dedicated to breaking down the barriers among art history, art commentary and art theory writing, as well the boundaries between the above
The exhibition aims to look at traditional media from a different angle. It sets out to present artistic positions using traditional media and procedures, such as divination, the game, gambling and traditional strategies— for instance, “advance through retreat”— in order to develop autonomous languages that utter positions of resistance to the assimilating tendency……