This exhibition is divided into four units: “Exploration Door”, “Multiple Dreams”, “Color Meditation” and “Under the Spotlight”
On January 5, 2023, the exhibition “A Mobile Party: From Matisse, Miró, Picasso to Basquiat” opened at the Meet You Museum · in Space in Beijing, which focuses on art from the second half of the 19th century to modern and contemporary art. A total of 100 works by 19 artists were exhibited, covering multiple categories such as Fauvism, Cubism, Surrealism, Expressionism, Abstract Art, Pop Art, presenting the history of the development of European and American modern and contemporary art in multiple dimensions.
This exhibition is divided into four units: “Exploration Door”, “Multiple Dreams”, “Color Meditation” and “Under the Spotlight”, in which the work of the leader of Fauvism, Henri Matisse, the leader of cubism, Pablo Picasso, surrealist master painters such as Joan Miró, Salvador Dalí, René Magritte and the legendary Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani. In addition, works by British National Treasure artist David Hockney and other works by 19 artists are also included, including 92 prints, 2 ink drawing manuscripts and various sculptures.
The Beijing Biennale
The IX Biennale of Contemporary Art in Beijing opened its doors under the motto “The light of life“, with the imminent Winter Olympic Games as protagonists and a joint exhibition of artists from the European Union.
The National Art Museum of China will host the artistic event until February 15, which in this edition brings together 707 works created by 573 artists from 117 countries, according to data provided by the organizers.
The phrase chosen as the title for this biennial is intended to be, at the same time, a nod to the Olympic spirit and torch, and to the spirit of survival in the face of the covid-19 pandemic with which the planet has been dealing for two years now.
Precisely because of the strict prevention measures that China maintains -with the borders practically closed and a policy of “zero tolerance” against the virus- the opening of the event had a very restricted participation, although the Beijing public will be able to access the exhibitions and also there will be a virtual edition of the appointment.
More info here: http://lemonartmag.com/the-beijing-biennale-begins-focused-on-the-olympics-and-with-a-european-presence/