Past Exhibition

Contemporary Chinese Art

31 Oct - 06 Nov  |  2022
Chao Chung-HsiangLui Shou-kwanMan Fung-yiTing WalasseWang TiandeZhang XiaoliZhang Yirong
Introduction
Gallery 7
4 Cromwell Place, South Kensington
London SW7 2JE, UK

Alisan Fine Arts is excited to announce our debut in Asian Art in London with a group exhibition titled Contemporary Chinese Art. The exhibition will also be the gallery's debut show at Cromwell Place. For this special occasion, we will showcase seven Chinese contemporary artists, including 4 internationally acclaimed artists: Chinese diaspora Chao Chung-Hsiang (1910–1991) and Walasse Ting (1928-2010), ink master Lui Shou-Kwan (1919–1975), contemporary ink artist Wang Tiande, as well as a new generation of women artists: Man Fung-Yi, Zhang Xiaoli, and Zhang Yirong. Their creations reach beyond the boundaries of Eastern and Western cultures and traverse ancient and modern times.

There will be daily talks and tours. Details as below.
All gallery talks are live-streamed on Instagram @alisanfinearts

Tuesday, Nov 1, 2:30pm
Guided tour and Introduction to Chinese Contemporary Art

Wednesday, 2 Nov, 11am
Contemporary Ink Painting from ink master Lui Shou-Kwan to emerging artist Zhang Xiaoli

Thursday, 3 Nov, 2:30pm
Guided tour with focus on Chao Chung-Hsiang, a master of East & West

Friday, 4 Nov, 11am
Different forms of Chinese ink painting

Saturday, 5 Nov, 11am
Guided tour with a focus on Chinese Contemporary Women Artist – Man Fung-Yi, Zhang Yirong, Zhang Xiaoli

Sunday, 6 Nov, 11am
Guided tour and Introduction to Chinese Contemporary Art

SPECIAL TALK
Friday, 4 Nov, 6:30pm-8:30pm
Lavery Studio
Contemporary Chinese Artists in the Ashmolean Museum

Professor Shelagh Vainker of the Ashmolean Museum will talk about their collection of Contemporary Chinese Art and in particular will address three artists from Alisan Fine Arts' exhibition: Lui Shou-Kwan, Chao Chung-Hsiang and Wang Tiande.

Shelagh Vainker is the Curator of Chinese Art at the Ashmolean and Associate Professor of Chinese Art in the faculty of Oriental Studies.