CONTEMPORARY PRINTMAKING RECOMMENDATION
Recommended by Liu Haisu Art Museum and OGP Collectors Club.
- Liu Haisu Art Museum, 1609 Yan'an Rd West, Changning District, Shanghai, China
Printmaking is a significant branch of Chinese art. Woodcut prints are the most common type of ancient printmaking. Because of its singularity, it has an independent artistic value and status in the history of Chinese culture and art. Lu Xun established China's new woodcut print movement in Shanghai 90 years ago. He recorded the times and expressed his life through black and white woodcut as a distinct and strong art form, leaving a clear imprint of the times, and has had a long-term and profound influence on Chinese modern art. The development path and direction is also one of the most glorious chapters of China's emerging art industry. To commemorate the 90th anniversary of the "New Woodcut Movement," the Liu Haisu Art Museum, Shanghai Hongqiao Peninsula Printmaking Art Center, and New Hongqiao Cultural and Art Exchange Center launched a 10-year plan to encourage the future development of printmaking through talent development, academic research, excellent work exhibition, creative process records, art collections, and so on. "Year After Year Archives—The First Exhibition Of Shanghai Contemporary Printmaking Recommendation." is divided into two sections: "Rereading China's Emerging Printmaking" and "Recommending Shanghai Contemporary Printmaking Artists." There were 61 prints published by 9 Shanghai print artists, including Wang Xilin, Fang Xiaolong, Ning Shuai, Sun Ling, Jin Xianglong, Zhao Yongquan, Xu Zengying, Liao Yang, and Xiong Youfei. Tips: - Thu, Dec 16, 2021 @ 9 : 00 am - Sun, Feb 20, 2022 @ 5 : 00 pm - Liu Haisu Art Museum, No.1609 Yan'an Rd West, Changning District, Shanghai, China - From Tuesday to Sunday @ 9 : 00 am - 5 : 00 pm (Admission stops after 4 : 00 pm), Monday is closed (except for public holidays).