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自然意会 开幕:2015年7月19日周日

2015-07-16 15:43:39 来源: 而今迈步     作者: 我们画廊

自然意会

策展人:Anna-Viktoria Eschbach安娜·夏波,Antonie Angerer安托尼耶·安葛拉

艺术家: Michael Bodenmann, Barbara Signer, 宋兮,涂朗,Ester Vonplon, Nina Wiesnagrotzki, 吴鼎, 张小佳

开幕:2015年7月19日(周日),16:00 - 18:00

展期:2015年7月19日至2015年9月3日

开放时间:周一至周日,10 a.m.– 5 p.m.

当天巴士7月19日,下午3点30分,莫干山路50号正门口

国际当代艺术中的风景

风景这个东西其实并不存在。它是杜撰的,一点都不中立。艺术再现中的自然与社会认知中的自然紧密相连,形成双向的影响:社会从视觉文化习俗中建立起观看和体验自然的观念,同时,艺术家对当下社会的环境价值观进行投射和回应。对当代人来说,对风景的理解包括了“其作为意识形态之一种,用以塑造我们对自然世界的想象与建构。”

一直以来,风景都是东西方世界艺术史中的一个重要的类型和题材。尤其是中国的山水风景画,被誉为是“中国对世界艺术最大的贡献”,它深受道家传统的影响。威廉·沃森(WilliamWatson)曾说:“风景艺术在中国绘画中的地位相当于裸体在西方的地位,其自身不变,却创造出视觉和感受的无限精微差别。”

无论是中国还是西方,对风景的描绘总与美学体验、其造成的不安以及伦理争议有关。如此一来,作品就不仅仅是对客观现实的刻画,而更强调了当下的社会及环境问题,以及人与自然之间错综复杂的关系。风景艺术通常来自于与“真实的风景”之间的积极互动,并对其做出回馈。21世纪对“真实”的理解无法回避日新月异的大都市作为文化风景和虚拟风景的事实,这两者构成了我们日常生活的背景幕布。艺术家用到了上面提到的这些概念,来揭示人类如何从风景中汲取欲望,并又如何将自己的欲望投射回风景中。

群展“自然意会”包括了装置、摄影、录像,以及声音作品,汇集了当代艺术中关于自然的多元表达。艺术家们检验、挑战,并重新定义风景,不仅把风景视作为观看的对象,更视作为文化驱力的载体。

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上海而今迈步文化发展有限公司

地址:上海市杨浦区军工路1436号(五维创意产业园)29幢

开放时间:周一至周日, 10a.m.–5p.m.

邮箱:kelin@wegallery.net,+86 1860 1688 222

电话:+86-21 65678910

 

TAKE IN NATURE

Curator: Anna-Viktoria Eschbach, Antonie Angerer

Artists: Michael Bodenmann, Barbara Signer, Song xi 宋兮, Tu Lang (涂朗), Ester Vonplon, Nina Wiesnagrotzki, Wu Ding (吴鼎), Jiajia Zhang (张小佳)

Opening: 4 – 6 p.m., Sunday, July 19, 2015

Duration: July 19 – Sept 3, 2015 (Monday – Sunday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.)

 

OPENING DAY SHUTTLE BUS: July 19th, 3:30p.m., M50 Art District

International concepts of landscape in art

Landscape, as such, does not exist. It is made up and never neutral. The artistic representation of nature is closely linked with the social perception of the natural world. This is a two-way process: society draws its ideas about how to view and experience nature from the conventions of visual culture, while at the same time artists reflect and react to current societal attitudes to the environment. The contemporary understanding of landscape includes the sense of it as "an ideological tool shaping the way in which we envision and construct the natural world."

As a genre and topic, landscape looms large in the history of both Chinese and Western art. When it comes to China, landscape painting has been called "China's greatest contribution to the art of the world", and owes its special character to the Taoist tradition in Chinese culture. William Watson notes, that "It has been said that the role of landscape art in Chinese painting corresponds to that of the nude in the west, as a theme unvarying in itself, but made the vehicle of infinite nuances of vision and feeling".

Through the history the depiction of landscape, both in China and the west, it has become linked to aesthetic experience and a locus of anxiety and ethical debate. Art works in this matter do not merely portray, but also highlight current social or environmental issues and the complex relationship between humans and nature. Landscape art often emerges from, and contributes to, active involvements with “real landscape”. The notion of the “real” in the 21st century cannot ignore the reality of the growing big city as a cultural or virtual landscape that forms a background for everyday life. All these notions are used by the artists and reveal how we project our desires from and into landscapes.

The installations, photographs, videos and sound installations of the exhibition TAKE IN NATURE compile the diverse ways in which contemporary artists use the motif of nature to examine, challenge, and re-define the concept of landscape not simply as an object to be seen, but as an instrument of cultural forces.

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Shanghai Summit Cross Culture Development Co.,Ltd

Address: Building 29, No.1436 Jungong Road (Wuwei creative art park), Yangpu Disctrict, Shanghai

Opening: Monday – Sunday, 10 a.m.– 5 p.m.

Email: kelin@wegallery.net, +86 1860 1688 222

Tel: +86-21 65678910

 

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