Titled “Black Out,” the exhibition reflects around the aphasia and memory loss of contemporary arts in the current context. The exhibition draws references to historical contexts – but also incorporates hints of contemporary and modern arts. These pockets and fragments of memory loss and aphasia provide one with the opportunity to learn and update ourselves amidst difficulties and embrace a brand-new beginning filled with confidence and hope in the future.
Fragments hope to be a turning point that many faces in their lives. Despite the hardships and difficulties encountered, many are willing to start anew. The exhibition hopes to convey this in the contemporary art scene, through the collaboration with over 100 artists.
The Aphasia and Amnesia of Contemporary Art
A special exhibition of Himalayas Museum
Artists: Cheng Yong, Guan Ce, He Chengyao, He Jie, Hu Xiangcheng, Jin Feng, Jing Kewen, Li Dafang, Li Qing, Lin Jiabing, Liu Guangyun, Luo Xiaodong, Ma Qiusha, Qiu Anxiong, Qiu Zhijie, Wu Gaozhong, Xiang Jing , Yangjiang Group, Xu Zhen, Yang Qian, Zuo Xiaozu Zhou and more than 100 artists
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Free for children under 1.2 meters.
There are no storage room available – visitors are responsible for their own belongings.
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