Mar 28, 2014


Long Museum West Bund

Re-View——Opening Exhibition part of Cases·History

Sculpting has become more contemporary and diversified ever since the 1990s. Though realistic sculptures still exist, a growing number of sculptors tend to incorporate concept into the language of realism. They are devoted to exploring new materials and forms, visually representing people's psychology in an abstract way.

Other sculptors march towards installation, leading contemporary Chinese sculpting into a new era. Sui Jianguo and Zhan Wang are among the most influential in this field.

Meanwhile, Chinese sculpting has stepped out of the box of traditional portraits and realism and is now embracing any possible material. Sculptors like Li Hui, Wang Yuyang, and He Xiangyu are open-minded and do not stick to a particular type of material or style. They have made their way from interior sculptures on shelves to spatial installations.

Chinese sculptors have shaped the contemporariness of Chinese sculpting art during the course of their exploration into the relations of sculpting to environment, space, material, and concept, endowing sculpting with growing importance in the world of art.

Credits: Story

Director:Wang Wei
Curator:Wang Huangsheng,Cao Qinghui,Guo Xiaoyan
All the Editors and Executive Teams of Long Museum for the Opening Exhibition
Data compilation:Liu Jingwen,Cai Yujia

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