aktuell / current

EAGLE
DRAGON
RHYTHM
SECTION
NOV 16 –
DEC 21
2019
REUTENGALERIE
AMSTERDAM

RICHARD VAN DER AA (FR/NZ)
LIANG CHEN (CN)
YUNFENG CUI (CN)
IEMKE VAN DIJK (NL)
HENRIËTTE VAN ‘T HOOG (NL)
OLEKSIY KOVAL (DE)
PENG LI (CN)
KE LIU (CN)
SHUQING MA (CN)
XIAO TANG (CN)
VERONIKA WENGER (DE)
MICHAEL WRIGHT (UK)

The exhibition encourages the cross-disciplinary exchange and engagement on the subject rhythm in contemporary art between China an Europe.

Not to be confined by the greatest, yet to be contained within the smallest is a definition, which declared the enterprise of the artists group Rhythm Section. The substantive trait, which linked the artists of the group Rhythm Section in their works is the commitment to a hyper reflexivity in dealing with the rhythm, not as a compulsion, but as an original constant. The clear handling of the rhythm allows an endless variety of individual variations.

This exhibition is supported by LG Electronics Benelux

REUTENGALERIE Amsterdam
Prinsengracht 510-0
1017 KH Amsterdam, Nederland
T 020-6207537
M 06-55828705
https://www.reutengalerie.com
reutengalerie@upcmail.nl

woensdag t/m zaterdag 13:00-18:00
en op afspraak
contact: Antoinette Reuten


THE PAST AND THE FUTURE
OF ABSTRACT ART
International Symposium
Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts

Organized by: Guangzhou Art Academy
Supported by:Department of Oil Painting, Department of Research, Graduate Division, Department of International Exchange and Cooperation, Guangzhou Art Academy

Location:Guangzhou Art Academy, Changgang Campus
Schedule:2019.03.23.

Gonghong Huang
PAINTING WITHOUT TITLE AND
AUTONOMY OF ART WORKS

The mainstream Western tradition of painting understands the closed two-dimensional surface of painting as a window through which an external image is depicted. The discourse about painting is directed towards the external world. Painting is narrowly understood as an art of reproduction and imitation. The basic approach is to construct an existing and presupposed illusory three-dimensional space. >>>

Oleksiy Koval
PAINTING VERSUS IMAGE

In the agony of symbol systems (systems of expression) an image is painting’s most boring and wearing opponent. However, it has consistently been the case that one is mistaken for the other. Perhaps they are not rivals after all, and there is no difference at all between a painting and an image? >>>

Ke Liu
ABSTRACT PROBLEM OF MOTION

1. Creative Practice
2. Space Practice
3. Educational Practice >>>

Veronika Wenger
THE DRAWING AND THE LINE

Historically, drawing was not an autonomous medium. Nobody gave much thought as to whether a drawing was abstract or non-abstract, it merely existed to design something or to find a sign for something. Drawing was used for sketching, studying, or preparing a painting. >>>

Michael Wright / Iemke Van Dijk
ABSTRACT ART

The job of the artist is to really look hard at what is!
To see relationships
To get past Ego self consciousness >>>


风格派及未来
DE STIJL AND THE FUTURE
BETWEEN CHINA AND EUROPE

BOXES ART MUSEUM SHUNDE

The exhibition De Stijl and the Future presents the Artworks of several Artists from China, Germany, the Netherlands and Great Britain the Exhibition explores the relationships between the movement and the work of the participating artists who are influenced by the ideas of De Stijl. The show started already in January at the United Art Museum in Wuhan (China) and will now continue in a new order at the OCT Boxes Art Museum Foshan City (China). With the exhibition we started a new series of exhibitions which, from the basic concept, guarantees an exchange between the arts, the creatives, curators and the artists themselves. Based on these considerations, we decided to invite the artists to present their own statement about art and its relationship with De Stijl. And to allow this within our exhibition, but not to integrate directly, but at a certain distance. These works are not integrated into the exhibition as direct curatorial positions, but certainly in the experience process of the exhibition conception and theme. The second show of De Stijl and the Future will open on March 22th at 10:30am.

开幕时间 / OPENING TIME
2019/03/22 10:30

展 览 时 间 / EXHIBITION TIME
2019/03/22 TO 2019/05/05

展 览 地 点 / EXHIBITION PLACE
BOXES ART MUSEUM

主 办 单 位 / ORGANIZER
合美术馆 华侨城盒子美术馆
UNITED ART MUSEUM, OCT BOXES ART MUSEUM

ARTISTS

LIANG CHEN
IEMKE VAN DIJK
HENRIËTTE VAN ‘T HOOG
GONGHONG HUANG
OLEKSIY KOVAL
PENG LI
SHUQING MA
XIAO TANG
XIAOMING WANG
VERONIKA WENGER
MICHAEL WRIGHT

CURATOR
SOPHIE-CHARLOTTE BOMBECK

PRODUCER
ZHOU LI

ACADEMIC HOST
LIU KE

OPENING HOURS: TUESDAY TO FRIDAY 10:00 – 18:00 | SATURDAY, SUNDAY 10:00 – 20:00 | BOXES ART MUSEUM, SHUN FENGSHAN PARK (SOUTH GATE), SHUNDE DISTRICT, FOSHAN, CHINA

THE EXHIBITION IS SUPPORTED BY
HIPP AND LUFTHANSA CARGO


风格派及未来
DE STIJL AND THE FUTURE
BETWEEN CHINA AND EUROPE

UNITED ART MUSEUM WUHAN

The exhibition De Stijl and the Future presents Artworks of several Artists from China, Germany, the Netherlands and Great Britain. The Idea of the Exhibition is to turn around our aesthetic gaze in order to show that the movement of De Stijl has reached artists from all over the world even a hundred years after their act. The Exhibition explores the relationships between the movement and the work of the participating artists who are influenced by the ideas of De Stijl, a Dutch art movement that has had a profound impact on both design and modern art. Inhale the revolutionary atmosphere of the avant-garde and a new Expression of Life, Art and Technology.As seen in the Exhibition Elements of the artistic movement have found their way into modern art as seen in the work of our presented Artists.

The Exhibition encourages the cross-disciplinary exchange and engagement between China an Europe. The Show will take place at the United Art Museum Wuhan and Boxes Art Museum, Shunde.

开幕时间 / OPENING TIME
2019/01/11 16:30

展 览 时 间 / EXHIBITION TIME
2019/01/11 TO 2019/04/11

展 览 地 点 / EXHIBITION PLACE
合美术馆(5/6/7号厅)
UNITED ART MUSEUM

主 办 单 位 / ORGANIZER
合美术馆 华侨城盒子美术馆
UNITED ART MUSEUM, OCT BOXES ART MUSEUM

ARTISTS

LIANG CHEN
HENRIËTTE VAN ‘T HOOG
GONGHONG HUANG
OLEKSIY KOVAL
PENG LI
KE LIU
SHUQING MA
XIAO TANG
IEMKE VAN DIJK
VERONIKA WENGER
MICHAEL WRIGHT
XIAOMING WANG

PRODUCER
HUANG LIPING

CURATORS
DR.KARIN WIMMER
SOPHIE-CHARLOTTE BOMBECK

EXECUTIVE CURATOR
SUN JIANGSHU

OPENING HOURS: TUESDAY TO SUNDAY 09:30 AM TO 05:30 PM | NO ENTRY AFTER 5:00 | CLOSED ON MONDAY
UNITED ART MUSEUM, NO. 16 WEST YEZHIHU ROAD, HONGSHAN DISTRICT, WUHAN, HUBEI, CHINA | WWW.UNITEDARTMUSEUM.COM

THE EXHIBITION IS SUPPORTED BY
HIPP AND LUFTHANSA CARGO


BOOGIE WOOGIE
RHYTHM SECTION
INTERVIEW WITH
DR. WIES VAN MOORSEL

Video
ANNEKE BOSMA

Interview
ANTOINETTE REUTEN

Translation
KATHRYN M. RUDY

Photos
DMYTRO GONCHARENKO

Music
ERIC SATIE
JAKOB VAN DOMSELAER
PETRO VAN DOESBURG

2 thoughts on “aktuell / current”

  1. Rhythm is a very basic category of an aesthetic morphology in visual arts. I am curious to learn more about your concepts and thoughts … I believe there are more categories worth to be explored …

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    1. You can learn more about my concepts and thoughts on rhythm here:

      RHYTHM IN SOCCER, PAINTING AND MUSIC
      https://oleksiykoval.wordpress.com/2010/08/02/rhythm-in-soccer-painting-and-music/

      RHYTHM IN MY PAINTING
      https://oleksiykoval.wordpress.com/2011/06/03/rhythm-in-my-painting/

      RHYTHMS OF PAINTING
      https://oleksiykoval.wordpress.com/2014/02/15/rhythms-of-painting/

      I believe there are more categories worth to be explored in visual arts as well:

      ELEMENTS OF PAINTING
      https://oleksiykoval.wordpress.com/2015/10/06/elements-of-painting/

      Best, Oleksiy

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