Chinese Arts Centre is the leading organisation for the promotion of contemporary Chinese art in the UK. Working with the best creative talent we run a lively programme of exhibitions, residencies, engagement projects, festivals, international projects and events which support contemporary Chinese art. Chinese Arts Centre believes in the importance of ongoing dialogue and exchange and the need for a diversity of perspectives in contemporary visual arts. We create meaningful encounters between artists, audiences, cultures and ideas that make contemporary art and culture relevant to diverse audiences. Chinese Arts Centre responds to the increasing importance of China and Chinese culture in an international context with shifting centres and sets out to explore what this means for artists and audiences. Our ongoing of Chinese art uniquely positions us to track changes, recognise trends, identify emerging artists and to bring pertinent questions to the fore.
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âŞ‚ă‘‰ăŽżă—Żăş˛ă¨˛ă— ăąŠâĽ–âĽ–ă… ăžŽ ăť™ăŽ”â˜¨ă&#x;şâ¤żâ§§â•żâąŒâ˜•â– âŞ‚ă‘‰ ăŽżă—Żâ˜¨âŤ’â¤•áŽŁ ăŁ„ă‚?ă˛“â âłąâ•šăž—â?ŻâŞ‚â˜¨ăŽżă—Żâ¨ăŽĽă‹˛â?‰âŞ† âź—ăŠ›âœ‚ă¸•âžźă‘‰ă¨˛â˜¨âŤ†â›‘áą¨ă‹Śăş˛âŠŞâ¸śăŽżă—Ż ăˇ?âšŽáŽ˘ăŽżă—Żâ¨ă˝„â˝€âœâŞ†áŽ˘ă˛“ă”ŁăŽ¸â¤‡ăşźâŠ˝ â›‘â˜¨ăŚžă……áŽ˘ăŽżă—Żâ°Žâ§§âĽ–â â§Šăž—ăŚžă……áą¨ăŽž âž”ăą›â˜•â– âŞ‚ă‘‰ăŽżă—Żâ˜¨âŤ†âť˛áŽŁ âŞ‚ă‘‰ăŽżă—Żăş˛ă¨˛ăŚ?ă¨łâ˛żâ’‹ăŠ‚â˜¨â›śâŞˆă˛“â°?â˝ƒ â›śăŁ„ă‚?âšťâ°śă¸†â˘”â?Ľâ›ąâ??âŞ‡â˜¨ă–şâ°ťâ§§âœ‚ ăşşă—?â™‡â˜¨â˜•â– ă—?â´‡ăŽżă—ŻăşŁâ¤´ăşşăŽ”áŽŁăŁ„ă‚? ăľ€ăŽżă—Żâ¨áŽ˘â¤ˇăşźáŽ˘ă˘śâŞ‡â§§ăŻŒă…´ăş?âşăą’ăľ’ â“žăą¸ăŻŒăŻ?â˜¨â°?âŞťâ™‡áą¨ă–łâ˜•â– ăŽżă—Żâ§§ă˘śâŞ‡ ăą•â§Šâ?Ľă&#x; â??â•´â˜¨â¤ˇăşźáŽŁ âŞ‚ă‘‰ăŽżă—Żăş˛ă¨˛â?Ľâ›ąâ™›ă¸&#x;â¤€ăž—ăşşă¨˛âš‚âŞ°ăąŽ ăş˛âĽ–â§§ăş˛âĽ–ă˘śâŞ‡ăľ€âĽ–â ă”‹â˜źă˘â?Ľâ›ąă?—ă”š â˜¨ăŚ†ăŚŁáą¨â?ŒăŽ’ă”Şă‘Šăœłă?Œă¸†ă¨—â??âŞ‡â›śăŽżă—Ż â¨â§§â¤ˇăşźâ˜¨ăŻŒăŻ?áŽŁăŁ„ă‚?â›śâ?Ľâ›ąăŹ‰âąŒă˝Ľâ˜¨ ăş˛âĽ–ăŽżă—Żâ›ŠăŻ?â˜¨â’žăŠŚăœłăšŻă˛“â˘šă¨°âŻżăŁ„ă‚? ăşĽă˛‚â›˘ă?Žâ˜¨ă˘ăşĽă‘ ăŁ„ă‚?â˜§ăŽžă˝—ăšžâ??âŞ‡áŽ˘ ă–°â?œăŽˇăŚ˘áą¨â?Œăş‰â’žă¨°âąŽăŽżă—Żâ¨ăŽžă?—â“žă?Ą â˜•â˜¨ăŽłă˘źă˛“ă?ŒâżĽáŽŁ ă˝‚â?‹â•Žă”‚âŤ’â¤•â§&#x;âżľáąś ă˝‚â?‹ăą¸ăŚŽâ¤‡ă™śâ?Œâ§&#x;áąś
SPRING SUMMER Welcome to our Spring/ Summer programme
This Spring we are excited to be presenting curated programmes of moving image by leading curators from Beijing, Taipei and Hong Kong in 60-minute Cinema. In July we are presenting an ambitious interactive video installation by Hong Kong based artist Hung Keung to coincide with the 15th anniversary of the offers fresh and exciting perspectives on Chinese philosophy, painting and calligraphy. To coincide with the John Moores Painting Prize and the Liverpool Biennial, and as part of our commitment to showcasing exciting new talent we will be presenting a solo John Moores Painting Prize China, Han Feng. Han Feng will also be
âą…ă…°â• ă?˘áą¨ăŁ„ă‚?âŻżăą¸ăŠ€ăľ€60âžśăşľăą˜ă´ ă‹œ âşâ??âžĽăŽĽăĽĽâźœâš‚ă˝´âŒ?â˛ťáą¨ăœžâŒ?â§§ăŚ“âĄšâ˜¨ ă˝Şă”Şâ?‰ăˇ?ă‘‰â?‰âŞ†â˜¨âż†ăŚĄăž—ăŠšáŽŁă‹Ąă´¨âž˝áą¨ ă—„â&#x;ŠăŚ“âĄšâŞ°âĽ…ă–¨ăŁ—ăşžă…°âŁă…´áą¨ăŁ„ă‚?ă?Žâ?œ ă˘œă†€â’˛ăŚ†ăŚ“âĄšăŽżă—Żâ¨â¨ƒă?żâ˜¨â–™ă¨ťâŠ˝â›‘ăą˜ ăŚĄă˝?ăşĽáŽŁ ă¸†â•´ăˇ?âšŽâŻżă˘œă†€ă?—â¤…ăŽĽâ˘”â°śâ›Łăş˛âĽ–ă¸€ ăŤ“áŽ˘âŞžâŞ…â§§ă—Łâžˆâ˜¨ă?Šă¨°ă—?â°›áŽŁ ă˘œâź—â¨ŽăąŽă´˘â§ŒáŽ¤ă„°âœ?â˜•â– âŞžâŞ…â–™ă‘şâ§§ âş‰ăŁĄă‹˜ă™Łă…°ăˇ?áą¨ă&#x; ă–ŤăŽœă˘œâź—ăŤżăŠŚâŞ‚ă‘‰ăŽż ă—Żăş˛ă¨˛ă˘œăŽżă—Żă¨°ă¨ľă?—â¤…ăˇ?ă–¸ăŠżăœžâ˜¨â’¸ ă‡šáą¨ăŁ„ă‚?âŻżă&#x;şâ“žă—‘âą€ă´˘â§ŒáŽ¤ă„°âœ?áą¤ăş˛ŕ¤ŒáąĽ â˜•â– âŞžâŞ…â–™ă‘şâ˜§ăť™â§…â&#x;…â˜¨â˘”ăˇ?áŽŁâ•ąă –áą¨ â§…â&#x;…ăŽœâŻżâ?¸âŠăş˛ă¨˛â˜¨ăŽżă—Żâ¨ă˝„â˝€âœâŞ†áŽŁ ă˘Śâš‚âŽâ˘”ă´¨ă‹œâşáą¨ăş˛ă¨˛âŞ‘âŻżă&#x;şâ“žăŽĽăĽĽ âźœâ˛˝â?´â˜¨ă˝„â˝€ăŽżă—Żâ¨âœâŞ†áą¨âŠŞâ¸ś People's ResidencyăŚžă……áą¨ăŽžâ†â’´ăˇ? ă˘ĽáŽ˘ăˇŠă™ŽăŻŚâ˜¨ĺ‰Łâ˝€ăŚžă……â˜ŹáŽŁâ•ąă –áą¨ăľ€ăŁ„ ă‚?ă™źă´¨âž˝â˜¨Life-friendly residencyâœâŞ† -2-
artist-in-residence at the Centre. There will also be some great residencies here at the Centre over the next few months. These include our People's Residency artist-in-residence, Luke Ching and Ting-Tong Chang. Our Life-friendly residency in April, with a group of local artists, will be an important exploration of how artists and organisations can have a benign and restorative impact on the natural world and human quality of life. For up-to-date information on Chinese Arts Centre's activity please sign up to our e-newsletter via our website. In the next few months you will also be able to download resources and see specially commissioned online works on our re-designed website, launching this Spring. We look forward to seeing you over the next few months!
㺲ᱨ⭎㢭〉☼㮿㗯⭨⯿㜳㚯㮿㗯⭨⧧㮿 㗯⫒⤕㑥⧨ㅢ⤗⛶㽴㐹ⰻ⧧㑉㔶⫆㊹ 㺬␤㔶⫕⭁㸡ギ☨㱘㦜⻲ᮣ 㲣⼗ⰶ⪂㑉㮿㗯㺲㨲㾎㨰⫆⛑㨳㥒ᱨㆀ 㮾㟜⥙㣄わ☨㠬㷢⛋㴪♋㽳⮈⌔ᮣ㐩 㨰⡢⊔☨㠬㷢⯿㲂㸆⢔╠ㄯ㸡㖷㔋㦏ᱨ ⱀ㖫ᱨㆀ⏥ⱊ㮾╹㠬㷢㥲㴾⢕㺸㨳㥒 㽪㴚ᱨ⪑㮾⤷㔉☡㮥㥥⼜㝎⍜⛊㺨☨ 㦏㔋㾗㊹ᮣ ㋜▣㵀ⱅ⨍⭎⢔㴨㺲㵀㮿㗯㺲㨲㲓ㆀ ⮑ギᱝ ⹃㠥✛ᱨ⪂㑉㮿㗯㺲㨲 Cover image: Dao Gives Birth to One (Installation view, Hong Kong Museum of Art), Hung Keung, 2010, courtesy of the artist. Back cover: Stair Corner, Han Feng, 2010, courtesy of the artist.
Sally Lai, Chinese Arts Centre
From left to right: Hung Keung (pg. 7), Han Feng (pg. 11), Lydia Meying (pg. 17), all images courtesy of the artists.
60-Minute Cinema PREVIEW: 26 APRIL 2012
EXHIBITION: 27 APR - 9 JUN 2012
LATE NIGHT SCREENING: 17 & 31 MAY
A six-week changing moving image programme at Chinese Arts Centre.
â€œâ˝…ă–¨âžśăşľăą˜ă´ â€? ă— âŞ‚ă‘‰ăŽżă—Żăş˛ă¨˛ ă&#x;şâ“žâ˜¨ăŽĽâ˜™ă˘œă‹œâ˝…ăşžâ˜¨ă—?ăŠˇăˇ?ăą› âŤ†â›‘áŽŁ
During this time, our main gallery space will be transformed into a comfortable seating environment designed for viewing moving image. Three curators, Dong Bingfeng, Teresa Kwong and Amy Cheng have been invited to curate a 60-minute programme of moving image. Each of the curated programmes will be presented for two weeks. The curators areas of interest and expertise animation, from each of their personal interests as well as the differing socio-political and cultural contexts of their locations â€“ mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
âŤ†â›‘ă‹œâşáą¨ăş˛ă¨˛â˜¨ăť™ăˇ?ă?˛âŻżă?Žâ?œâĄ˘ăľ’â’ą ă—„ăŽľâ¤ˇăą˜â˜¨âłšâ’‰áŽŁ âš‚ă˝´âź‰â‰¤ă‘ťâ˜źâ˜¨ă‘ťă˘â?‰ăˇ?ă‘‰â›?â?Ľâ&#x;…áŽ˘ ä‡‘ăˆŠă–ĽáŽ˘ăş…âŞłâŞ‚ă—–ăŹ§âžśâ?œă˘œâ€œâ˝…ă–¨âžśăşľăą˜ ă´ â€?â?‰âŞ†ă˘œă‹œâź‰ăşžâ˜¨ăą˜ăŚĄăˇ?ăą›âŤ†â›‘áŽŁă‘ťă‘‰ â˘—âłŻă˝´â?â?Ľă&#x; â˜¨ăŽżă—Żă—?ăŽšâ§§ă˝ˆâ’Œâ•šâ˘•ă˝´ ăšąâłĽă˝ â˜¨â˜źâž?ă˘œăŁ„ă‚?â–žâš‚â?Ľă&#x; ăŽżă—Żâ¨â˜¨ â™‹ăą˜áŽ˘â›ŽăŠŽâ§§â›‘âŞ…ăž—ăŠšáŽŁă¸†ă¨—ăŽżă—Żâ¨ăšą ăŤ?ăľ—â˜¨ăž—ăŠšâ?ĽâąŠâž”ăą›âź—ăŽżă—Żâ¨â˘”ă‘‰â˜¨ăŽż ă—ŻăŠšă˘¨â§§ă¨šă?˘â‰œâ§?áą¨â˘šă— â›śă˛‚ăş˛ŕ¤Œáą¨ăŚ“ âĄšâ§§ăœžá§™âź‰â‰¤ă‘ťâ˜źâ?Ľă&#x; ă˘śâŞ‡âŒ&#x;âł‚â§§ă”ŁâŞš ă¸˘â?‰â?˜ăŻ–â˜¨ă¸Šă–Żă¨˘ăˇšáŽŁ
CURATORS: AMY CHENG Amy Cheng is an independent curator and art critic based in Taipei, Taiwan. She has written for journals such as ARTCO, Yishu and Contemporary Art & Investment. She was the co-curator of the Taipei Biennial in 2004, she curated the Taipei Pavilion at the 2011 Venice Biennale, and co-founded Taipeiâ€™s The Cube Project Space in 2010.
ăş…âŞłâŞ‚áą¨ăœžâŒ?â›˘âťŽâ?‰ăˇ? ă‘‰áŽ˘ăŽżă—Żă‹‚âżĽâ¨áą¨ă˘œáŽśâą… ăŽżă—ŻáŽˇáŽ˘ áŽśâ™ˆâ?‚áŽˇáŽ˘ áŽśâ˜•â– ăŽż ă—Żă˛“ă&#x;Şă˝ŞáŽˇâ˜ŹăŽżă—Żă‹œâľżă˝‹ â˘ƒáŽŁăšľăľžâ˜‡ă‘Œ2004ă…°ăœž âŒ?ă™Łă…°ăˇ?âťśâ§Šâ?‰ăˇ?ă‘‰áŽ˘ 2011ă…°ă ˛ă…§ă™ąă™Łă…°ăˇ?ăœž ă ™â¤šâ?‰ăˇ?ă‘‰áą¨ăŽœă— 2010 ă…°â’ąâťŽâ˜¨âťŽâž?âœâŞ†âśĽâşâ˜¨ âťśâ§Šâ•šă–śă‘‰áŽŁ
CURATORS: DONG BINGFENG
Dong Bingfeng is an independent curator and was previously the Deputy Director of Iberia Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, and the Chief Editor of Art & Investment, The Independent Critic and ART IN CHINA. He has curated exhibitions of "#$ Film Academy, the Guangdong Museum of Art, and OCAT.
â›?â?Ľâ&#x;…áą¨ăľžă‘ŒăŽŤâŒ´âş‰ăŤłâ˜• â– ăŽżă—Żăş˛ă¨˛âĄ?â¤šâ’ŒáŽ˘ áŽśăŽżă—Ż ă˛“ă&#x;Şă˝ŞáŽˇáŽ˘ áŽśâ›˘âťŽă‹‚âżĽáŽˇáŽ˘ ART IN CHINA ăť™â?Œáą¨ăľž ă˘œâŒ?â˛ťâ™‹ăą˜ăŤ“ă´ áŽ˘â¤żâ›?ă‚ˆ ă—Żâ¤šáŽ˘OCATâ˜•â– ăŽżă—Żăş˛ ă¨˛â˜ŹăŽżă—ŻâŤ’â¤•â?‰âŞ†ăŽżă—Żâ™‹ ăą˜ăˇ?âšŽáŽŁ
CURATORS: TERESA KWONG Teresa Kwong is a promoter, curator, and media art. She is Senior Programme Manager at the Hong Kong Arts Centre and the Director of ifva. She has been a jury member of various including the Pusan International Film Festival, Rotterdam International Film Festival, International Womenâ€™s Film Festival in Seoul and Vesoul Asian Film Festival.
ä‡‘ăˆŠă–Ľáą¨â™‹ăą˜ă˛“ă‚…ă?›ăŽż ă—Żă&#x;şâ¤żă‘‰áŽ˘â?‰ăˇ?ă‘‰áŽ˘ăş¨ăŠŽ ă‘‰áą¨â˜‡ă‘ŒăŚ“âĄšăŽżă—Żăş˛ă¨˛ă˝Ş ă”ŞăŚžă……â˛żâšťâ†ifvaáą¤ăŚ“âĄš â›˘âťŽâ›ŽăŠŽâ†âż†ăŚĄâŒ´ă‘şáąĽă˝ź âśáŽŁăšľăľžâœ‚â•´ăľ€âĄˆă“šâĽ–â â™‹ăą˜â°ŽáŽ˘âżƒă?Žâ˜ˆâĽ–â â™‹ăą˜ â°ŽáŽ˘ă—‘âœ?âĽ–â ă‡˛ăŠ‚â™‹ăą˜ â°ŽáŽ˘ăŁˆăš?âšŁăŤłăť€âĽ–â â™‹ăą˜ â°Žâ˜ŹâĽ–â â™‹ăą˜ă–œă–źâ˜‡ă‘Œă‹‚ ă˘Ąâ¤€ăž—áŽŁ
INTERACTIVE VIDEO INSTALLATION -
PREVIEW 5 JULY 2012
6 JULY – 1 SEPTEMBER 2012
Hung Keung is a leading contemporary Chinese media artist. For the exhibition at Chinese Arts Centre, he will be presenting an interactive video project Dao Gives Birth to One – the work won the Achievement Award from Hong Kong Museum of Art, as part of the Hong Kong Contemporary Art Biennial Awards 2009 - 2010.
⪂㑉㮿㗯㺲㨲⾫㺺⒲㦆㦓⡹㨰ゅ㝛㮿㗯 ⭨⨃㍿☨⩽⛑㱘㦡㽐㺥㾗㊹᮶☤㔶㮥᮷ ᮣ ╱㾗㊹㵞⫉2009-2010㦓⡹㮿㗯⤹⊒➂ ☨㦓⡹☕■㮿㗯㙣ㅰ㷝⒱ⳟⰅᮣ ╹⨃㍿☨㾗㊹㺲ᱨ㣄わ⏥ㅗ⡮㗖☡ 㚳⛶㴚㴜⽃⒌☨㺲⪂㢶⪇☨㽥゜㲓㽈 㽂ᮣ᮶☤㔶㮥᮷ⳟ㦆■㔣⪹㑉㑥⧨㲓 ⤡♈㸀㫓⡣ㅴ㺲☨᮰☤᮱⩽⛑⭆㥥✚㝗
At the root of Hung's work is a preoccupation with the longevity of Chinese culture. In it he questions how human beings in modern day society engage with the ancient philosophical concept of 'Dao'. This project aims to examine the possibilities of relationships between human beings, Dao, and our universe, through the integration of Chinese calligraphy and new media. The extensive horizontal view created by the multiple screens in this installation is inspired by traditional scroll paintings, with the white % space of endless time. As well as being visually striking, the piece is technologically sophisticated and incorporates specially designed interactive software. With this piece Hung wishes to provide audiences with a unique, refreshing, and
â“žăŽłă˘źáŽŁă&#x;œâĽ™ăş˛âĽ–ă—Łâžˆă‚ˆăŤ“ă˛“ă¨°ă‚…ă?›â˜¨ â°ľâ§Šáą¨âŠ˝â›‘ăą˜ăŚĄă˝?ăşĽâ–žâź¸â¤ˇăşźăŽĽă&#x; ăœłăšŻ ă‘‰áŽ˘â˜¤áŽ˘ă?˘ăş?âşâ˘•ăş¸â¤´ăĽĽâ˜¨âś™ă…˘ăŠ‚áŽŁ âœ‚ă‹ƒăą˜ăŚĄâ˜¨ă¨źă–ˇâĄ‘ă˛?ăž—ăŠšâ¤żâ¸šâ˜¨ă—? ăŽšáą¨ă¸†ăŽĽă”¤âœă— ă—–â˜Ąăş˛âĽ–â•‘ă&#x;§âłżăťƒâŞ…â˜¨ ă‹śâ˜łáą¨âş‰ăąŤâŠ…ă“§â˜¨âŒ&#x;âł‚ăˇ?ăŚ†âź—ăŁ?ăŽŽâ˜¨ă–Ť âśĽáŽŁăž—ăŠšâ?ĽâąŠâłąăą¸ă?żâźžâ˜¨ă—?â´‡â“?âŤ?âť˛áą¨ ă‹Śâ›śă˛‚ă?Žăş¨âŠ˝â›‘ă‘ŤâŽ”â˜¨ăąŽăąŤăŽœă&#x;ăŚ„âź—ă‹Ś âĄĄăž—ăŠšâ˜¨âĄ˝âś–â’â§†âź‹áŽŁă&#x;œâĽ™ă¸†â˘”ăž—ăŠšáą¨ â¨ƒă?żăĽ“ă ŻăŚ˘â¤ˇăşźâ’˛ăŚ†ăŽĽâ˘”â¤´ă˛‚â•‘ă&#x;§ăş˛âĽ– ă¸€ăŤ“áŽ˘âŞžâŞ…â§§ă—ŁâžˆăŽżă—Żâ›˘â˜ĄáŽ˘ă¨°ăą™ăŽ’âłą ăą¸â˜•â– ă‹şăĽ’â˜¨ă—?â°›áŽŁ âą?ă…°âš‚áą¨â¨ƒă?żâŤ†ă´¤ă˛‚â˘•â–™ăŽżă—Żâ°Žáą¨ âœ‚â•´âŤ‰â°…áŽŁă‹Śăş˛âŠŞâ¸śBBCăąŠâĽ–â™‹ăą˜â°Ž áą¤1998áąĽăžŽâ§âż†ăŚĄâ°…áŽ˘â˜ŚâĽ–ă‡ťăť€ă‚…ă?› ăŽżă—Żâ°Žáą¤1998áąĽă‚…ă?›ă?Žâ?œâ°…áŽ˘ăŤąâ™ˆâ˜ž ă‘ťâą€âĽ–â â™‹ăą˜ă˛“ă¨°ă‚…ă?›ăŽżă—Żâ°Žáą¤2002áąĽ ă?Žâ?œâ°…â˜ŹáŽŁăľ€â˜ŚâĽ–â§§ă‚ˆâĽ–â˜‡ă‘ŒâžŁă˘źă˛“ăŤź âł‘ăŤ“ă¸ƒă‹œâşáą¨ăšłâŞ‘ăĽ¸â¨?âŤ‰â˜§âŤ‰DAADâ˜Ś âĽ–ăŤ“ă—Żâ°?â˝ƒâ°…ăŤ“âą„áą¤2002áąĽâ§§ACCăŤł
contemporary perspective on traditional Chinese philosophy, painting and calligraphy. In recent years, Hung has participated in many festivals, and been awarded numerous prizes. These include the Best Short Ambient Video Award at the BBC British Film Festival (1998), the Best of EMAF at the European Media Art Festival Germany (1998), and The 3rd International Festival of Film & New Media on Art held in Athens, Greece (2002). In 2004 Hung founded imhk lab. Its work includes new media art research, interactive software development, application, and production. The exhibition is being kindly sponsored by the Hong Kong * + : and is supported by the Annie Wong Foundation.
-8ACC㫳㻀㢶⪇㨛⪹Ⰵ㫓ⱄᱤ2005ᱥ ᮣ 2004ㅰᱨ⨃㍿⒱⻮⼗㬌㫳ゟ☨㫱㖯 㬕㗌ᱤimhklabᱥ ᱨ㻙㮔╹㖼㨰ゅ㝛㮿㗯 㫼ⳑ⧧⩽⛑㑫⮔☨➂ᮢ㱎㱫⧧㔶 ␤ᮣㅅ㍰ᱨ⨃㍿㗁㑮㖹㚍㖺㮿㗯▙㫓 ⏓㖹㫼ⳑ㔶ᱨ╹㖼㨰ゅ㝛㮿㗯ᮢ㔤⭜ᮢ 㸀㫓⧧ⶖ⭒㦐⩽⤴㥥☨╚㾗㲓㫼ⳑᮣ
㝎⍜チ㨩㦓⡹㽄⛺ⲿ⭙ほ㯁⊚㖼╌⛶ ╱╴㷝⹎☨▙⻲㺉Ⓘᮣ Image (this page and previous): Dao Gives Birth to One (Installation view, Hong Kong Museum of Art), Hung Keung, 2010, courtesy of the artist.
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JOHN MOORES PAINTING PRIZE WINNER -
Han Feng 2010ă…°ă—‘âą€ă´˘â§Œă„°âœ?áą¤ăş˛ŕ¤ŒáąĽ â˜•â– âŞžâŞ…ă‘şâ–™â°…â˜§ăť™áŽ˘ă”‹âŚ˝ăŽż ă—Żâ¨â§…â&#x;…âŻżăľ€ăąŠâĽ–âłŤâŠšă—‘â•´â˘” ăˇ?áŽŁâą€ă–Ťáą¨â¤ˇăşźâŻżăą¸âŤ’âŞšă¨Žă”‰ â˜Ąâ§…â&#x;…â˜¨âŞžâŞ…ă¨°ăž—â§§â–™ă¨ťă˝?ăşĽ ăž—ăŠšáŽŁ
Han Feng lives and works in Shanghai, and is the winner ;< Painting Prize China 2010. = >? exhibition, Han will be showing a series of new paintings and a large-scale installation.
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PREVIEW 12 SEPTEMBER 2012
14 SEPTEMBER - 13 OCTOBER 2012
The subject matter of Han's paintings relates to familiar objects from daily life. They are staged in isolation on the surface of an empty background, removing them completely from the context of their surroundings. Paint is applied with delicate brushstrokes in subtle nuances, so the images in Han's paintings seems to be just about to emerge from the canvas. Neither symbolic nor narrative, the images appear to be a single still moment of an otherwise constantly moving world. Han Feng will also be presenting a large-scale installation created from photographs of buildings, screenprinted onto tracing paper and suspended in the middle of the gallery. The fragile material creates a contrast to the solid building, which for the artist demonstrates a sense of dilemma and uncertainty in life.
â§…â&#x;…â˜¨âŞžâŞ…âœ‚ăŽžâ–™â¨ă—ŚăĽ”â˜¨ă‘“â’‹ăŁĄâŽ” ă˘œăť™ă?›áąśâŻżăŁĄâŽ”â›˘âťŽă˛‚âśĽâŠ…ăş?ăş˛áą¨â•šă‘“ â’‹ă˛—âł…ăş˛ă žă?Šâ“‘âššáą¨âŞ¨ă‘˛ă˛“ă–şâ˘’â´ŠáŽŁâ?§ ăĽ™ăŹ âź›ă&#x;œă&#x;Źă˛“â¨‹ăşşâźâłąâ˜¨ă?ŽăŠ‚ăľ€âŞ…â¨ăĽ¨ ă…Ťâ˜¨âŒśâ•‹ăĽ˛â˜§ăŽžâź¨âšşâ˛łăş¤â˜¨ă?›ăŚ†áą¨âŞ…ăş˛ ăŻŒăŚŁă´¤ă?šăş&#x;ă”‹áŽŁâ§…â&#x;…âŞ…âŒśăĽ˛â˜¨ă&#x;°ăŚĄáą¨âž âž§ăŠžă—°ăŽœâž§â&#x;›â§&#x;áą¨âœšă— ăŽżă—Żâ¨â•šâ›‘ăœ˘ă–ş â°ťăş˛â? ă˝?â˜Ąâ˜¨ăŽĽâ˘”â˘”ă†ƒâ¤¨â˜¨ă–ŤâśœáŽŁ ăˇ?âšŽâŞ‘âŻżâ’˛ăŚ†â§…â&#x;…â˜¨ăŽĽâŽ”â–™ă¨ťă˝?ăşĽ ăž—ăŠšáŽŁăŽżă—Żâ¨ă—?â…âź—â–™âź‹ăş˛ăąŠâŻźăť ă&#x;° ăŠŽáą¨ă&#x;œâĽ™ă™ˇă Źăą‰ă™šâ¤€ăŽżâŻżă&#x;°ăŚĄăą‰ăľ€âŠ™ă&#x;Ź ă‚żâ˜¨ă‚°ă&#x;°ăş&#x;ă”‹áą¨ăŠŞâ¤Žă˛‚ăˇ?ă?˛ăş˛ăŹ—áŽŁă‚°ă&#x;° ăş&#x;ăŽĄă‘&#x;ăŠ°ăŻ‡â˜¨ă?ŽăşŹă˛“âŻźăť ăšąă“žâž‚â“žâ˜¨âŤƒ â¨‹ăľ ă–ŻâĄŽă¨źâ’ąăĽşă‚żâ˜¨â›śâŒ´áą¨â’ąă˘œâ“Œă€„â?Ľ ă?ľâ›ŠăŠ‚áŽ˘âąŒă&#x;żă˘žâ¤¤â˜¨ă”śâŤ†â˜¨ăŽĽăş¸ă&#x;Şă” áŽŁ ăąąă´˘â§ŒáŽ¤ă„°âœ?âŤ‘âą„âŞšăť™âŠšáŽ˘ă”‹âŚ˝â–™ăŤ“ă‚ˆ ă—ŻăŤ“ă´ â’¸âŠšâ˜¨ă´˘â§ŒáŽ¤ă„°âœ?â˜•â– âŞžâŞ… â–™ă‘şă˛‚2010ă…°ă—‘â•´ăľ€ăş˛âĽ–âłŤâŠšáŽŁă¸†ă— ă¸†ăŚžăąŠâĽ–ăşŒăƒƒâŞžâŞ…âłŒă‘şâ˜žăŽĽâ•´âššâľşâŒŞ ă&#x;ľáą¨â˜?ă— ăŽŞă?šăž‘ăŤ™ăąŠâĽ–â˜•â– ăŽżă—Żă‹‚â°…ă„Š ă–ˇâ§§âšťă…´áŽŁă‘Šă˘™ăž—ăŠšâ´‹ă´ąă âş‰ăŁĄă‹˜áą¨ă&#x; ăąŠâĽ–ă‘şăŽ¸â˜§â°…ăž—ăŠšăŽĽă‹˛ăž—ă˘œâş‰ăŁĄă‹˜ă™Łă…° ăˇ?âŤ†â›‘â˜¨â?¸ăˇ?ăž—ăŠšăľ€ăŁˆâś›ă‚ˆă—Żâ¤šăˇ?â“žáŽŁ
The John Moores Contemporary @@ Q X in 2010, supported by the John Moores Foundation, and co-organised by Shanghai University Fine Arts College. The short-listed works from the prize winners in the John Moores Painting Prize China were exhibited at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, UK alongside the UK prize winners.
9ă´¨ăşŁă´¨áą¨â§…â&#x;…âŻżăľ€âŞ‚ă‘‰ăŽżă—Żăş˛ă¨˛âąŒ ă¨žă˘œă‹œâź‰â˘”ă´¨â˜¨ăŽżă—Żâ¨ă˝„â˜źâœâŞ†áŽŁ Image (facing page): Wave, Han Feng, 2010, courtesy of the artist.
Han Feng will also be artist-inresidence for two months at Chinese Arts Centre from September to November.
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Images (clockwise from top left): Grand Airplane, Grand Bus, Floating City, Mini Bus and Floating City, all by Han Feng, 2010, courtesy of the artist.
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BREATHE RESIDENCY -
JUNE – JULY 2012
OPEN STUDIO: 6-7 JULY 2012
Chinese Arts Centre is delighted to announce that the People’s Residency artist will be taking up their residency here in June. The People’s Residency scheme has been funded by the people, voted for by the people and essentially brought to life by the people! The artist will be here for one month to network in the local art scene, develop their practice in response to the Manchester context and interactions with the people they meet. They will also be creating new work-in-progress to showcase at the open studio which culminates the residency. The People’s Residency members who contributed towards the scheme will also be taking part in a series of unique insight days into the residency experience, such as afternoon tea with the artist! For more information about our People’s Residency artist and to hear more from the original four shortlisted candidates you can visit our website at http://peoplesresidency. chinese-arts-centre.org/
⪂㑉㮿㗯㺲㨲㱱㺶☼㩩⏦ᱨ⏸㲓 People’s Residency☨㮿㗯⭨⯿㵀6㴨㸡 㖷㽄⤹ᮣPeople’s Residency㗁㮥㦞㱱 㑉スⓞ㽪ᮢ㑉ス㊳㫍☨㮿㗯㦞ㅅᱨ㾎㺷 㮜⯿㱱㑉ス⡑㲐㋦㮿㗯㔶ツ⻲ᱝ 㵀㽄⤹☨㮥⢔㴨㋜⭺ᱨ㮿㗯⭨⯿㱸⫒ ⪹㔪㑩⼗ⰶ〆⒯〉☼☨㮿㗯㐤ᱨ⏌㟜⥙ 㽴⭐☨㮿㗯㖯⮏㲓㸆㾙⒯㗊⧧㸆☨㑉 スⱌ㨾⩽⛑ᮣ㟠㖫ᱨ㮿㗯⭨⪑⯿㵀⤀㾗 㗌➥㑓㦢⤷㺼⒲㦆╚㾗㺲☨㨰㾗ᱨ㦐 㨳㸆㮥⪏Ⱞ⛊⯿㥶㋲㽄⽀㦞ㅅ☨⡽⒙ᮣ ╱㠖ᱨょ㮥㢭㢜㑉ス㽄⽀㦞ㅅ㾗ⓞ⥙⤍ 㦇☨⪹㴗⛞⯿㗖㬧⏸⭩␒Ⳮ☬㝗⤅㲓㮿 㗯⭨ⱐⳲⰧ╋☨⫆⛑ᱨ㯱㔩⡮㗖㽄⽀ 㮿㗯☨⛢☡在⻲ᮣ 㲣⼗ⰶ⢚✂⤴㲂People’s Residency 㦞ㅅ㮿㗯⭨☨㦐⤴㨳㥒ᮢ⫊勢㝳㙼㢭⨌ 㫍㮿㗯⭨☨㽴㣄␥㗰ᱨ㎫☫⿆㣄わ☨㠬 㷢ᱶhttp://peoplesresidency. chinese-arts-centre.org/
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BREATHE RESIDENCY -
16 JUL â€“ 16 SEP 2012
2012ĺš´7ă´¨16ă‘“ â€“ 9ă´¨16ă‘“
OPEN STUDIO: 13 â€“ 15 SEP 2012
Luke Ching is a Hong Kong-based artist who received a MA Degree from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Luke's work is often made as a spontaneous response to his surroundings. With a particular focus on the city, his works attempt to explore the people and places around him, observing and then rebuilding a city with works that sit in-between real = :% here at the Centre he will be conducting various interventions across Manchester, looking at â€˜accidental moments' which could happen as part of the everyday. Ranging from 5 minute performances of accidental trips and falls on the streets, to gifts of missing dollar notes left in phone boxes, Luke's project across the city will certainly be one to look out for!
â’´ăˇ?ă˘Ľáą¨ăŚ“âĄšăŽżă—Żâ¨áą¨ăŚ“âĄšăş˛ă˘śâ–™ăŤ“ăŽż ă—Żă™Žă–šáŽŁăšłâ˜¨ăž—ăŠšâ¤´ă˝‚ăŁ„ă‚?ă”śâŤ†â˜¨â’Żă—Š â§§âŞ?âł…áą¨ăŽžă”Šâ?‹â˜¨ă‘‰ăŁĄâ§§â˜źâ™‡ă˘œâ¤ˇâ?–ăť™ ă?›áą¨ăľ€ăž—ăŠšăş˛ăşşăš”ăŽĽâ˘”â°˝ă˛‚ă¸Šă–Żâ§§ăŠ—â¤• ăş?âşâ˜¨â’Żă—ŠáŽŁăľ€âŞ‚ă‘‰ăŽżă—Żăş˛ă¨˛ă˝„â˝€ă‹œ âşáą¨â’´ăˇ?ă˘ĽâŻżâ•šâœ‚â˘”â°›â›Şâ›śă€†â’Ąă™ąă?ŽâąŒ ă¨žáŽ°â°˝ă‘ŠáŽą áą¨â¤ˇâ?–â’Żă—Šă‘“â’‹ă”śâŤ†ăş˛â˜¨â˘• ăş¸áŽ°ăˆ€âž‚ă–ŤâśœáŽąáŽŁăŽżă—Żâ¨â˜¨áŽ°â°˝ă‘ŠáŽąâž ăą¸ăŁ—âžśăşľâ˜¨â°Şă&#x;Ťăąśă˝żáŽ˘ăŽœăą¸ăŽŻâ˝€ăľ€â™‹âŞˆ ă&#x;˜â˜¨ăş&#x;âŒžă¨?âšżăŁĄáą¨ăš´ă‚?âś™ă…˘âŞšâ“žăŚ†ăľ€â’Ż ă—Šâ˜¨ă‘Œâ§¨ăŽĽâ˘”â°›âżŽáą¨âł†ăŽŤă‹œâ–Łáą? Image: over 100 death stories (print from pinhole photo), Luke Ching, 2011, courtesy of the artist.
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WHISPER RESIDENCY -
Ting-Tong Chang 4 – 17 APR 2012
2012年4㴨4 – 17㑓
OPEN STUDIO: 20-21 APR 2012
Ting-Tong Chang is a Taiwanese, UK based artist who graduated with an MFA from Goldsmiths, London in 2011. Combining street art with painting and sculpture, he often uses absurd objects or imagery to open a dialogue about contemporary problems including globalisation, consumer culture, and the ‘omniscient fear of terrorism’. For his residency, Ting-Tong will work with local street artists to explore the role of advertising. By transplanting Taiwanese advertising to Manchester, what message can be translated to potential public consumers?
⹂㽴㜞㠙☨㷩㙮㯦2011ㅰ⌻㮟㲂⛺ⱄ 㖱イ㙱㫓㴠ᱤGoldsmithsᱥ ᱨ⫉㮿㗯㙮㖹 㫓㢭ᮣ㚳⯿Ⱚ㟫㮿㗯㲓║㟧⪾⪅⧧♕㚔 㴐㚐㦐ⰵ⧩ᱨ⒋⏳㱫ⶄ㙾⪜☒☨㣡⮔⫊ 㗍ⴇ㯌㦣㾗㢜㯧㽳ᱨ㮾╱㋶㜮☕■ 㢼㝘☨⛶⪈ᮣ㋦㺲☨⧥㨲⪈㝘⊪⸶㱱⭒ 㗯➂㷝⬺➂☨㐩㎲⪇ⱌ⒴ᮢ⥖㲓⥖㺐⭺ 㑓㯐ㄩ⨗☨⍋ⰻᮢ㦫➱㢶⪇ᮢ㮾⭆㑥㷩 㙮㯦㚱㙭ᱶ ᮰⛶㲂ⶦ⏪㻙㯏㣐㚱⏥㺌☨ⶦ ᮱☬ᮣ㵀㽄⽀㋜⭺ᱨ㷩㙮㯦⯿㲓〆⒯Ⱚ 㟫㮿㗯⭨⧩㾗ᱨ㜳ⳑ⤿⢄㚱⊕㬉☨Ⱋ㓧 㮾⭆⤿⢄⛶㲂㑉わ⤷ㅴ⧧㦫➱㲣㠯☨㱘 㦜ᮣ☕㮿㗯⭨⯿㜞㠙☨⤿⢄㮰㺔☡〆⒯ ⨍ᱨ▙㺼㦫➱㸃⯿╹㺲⫉☧ㅊ㨗㨳㥒ᱻ Image: She is a Rainbow, Ting-Tong Chang, 2011, courtesy of the artist.
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FIRST STEP SHOWCASE -
Lydia Meiying 19 MAY – 15 SEP 2012
Lydia Meiying is a Manchester based illustrator and pattern designer who graduated from Leeds College of Art in 2008. She designs patterns and graphics for fashion, interiors, design products and trend forecasting. Her practice focuses on creating bright and bold designs using a mixture of hand drawn and CAD elements. She is drawn to nature as inspiration for her work and often likes to blur the lines between contemporary and traditional Chinese design in her imagery. For her First Step showcase, Lydia will use bright colours that are prevalent in Eastern design and motifs inspired by Chinese culture, heritage and mythology to create a pattern to cover the walls of the stairwell.
よ㱊㗁〆⒯☨㮥㢭␏ⅹ㮿㗯⭨⧧㟰≦㔤 ⭜㖠ᱨ2008ㅰ⌻㮟㲂⺉㽨㮿㗯㫓㴠ㅅ㍰ ╹㖼㖫㽐ᮢ㗌ㅠ㽐䤰㔤⭜ᮢ␤㊹㔤⭜⧧ ⒙⽃㴊␌☬ᮣ よ㱊☨㮿㗯㖯⮏㍿♛㗍ⴇ㩂ᱨ㽻⧩㴱 㱫㗐⪾⧧CAD㴐㚐▘㵒ⓞ㥺⼍▙☌☨㔤 ⭜ᮣ㚵╹▙㽴㐹㺲⭉㐟╚㾗⼵⡮ᱨ㥢⪎ 㟜⥙㽴⭐╚㵒☨㯌㦣⹂☑⪇☕■㺲⥖㔤 ⭜⧧║㟧㺲⥖㔤⭜㺐⭺☨ⰻ㦎ᮣ 㵀╱╴First Stepⶥ⭺ㅠᱨよ㱊☨㾗㊹ 㫿㩦⼗㋦㮥⤽㑘⧩║㟧㲓☕■㦣㸛㯌㯏 㲂㮥㝛☨㝎㓧ᮣ㚵⯿⛍➝㔤⭜㺲㟯ⓞ☨ タ⼍㓧⏴㲓㗖㺲⥖㢶⪇ᮢ║㟧ᮢ㔭⪈㋶ ➂☨㟰≦㦐ⰵ⧩ᱨ⏌⯿㾗㊹⡐⡥㸟⢔⾯ 㝓⧧㍽ギ㋺ᮣ
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Image: Bird Spotting, Lydia Meiying, 2011, courtesy of the artist.
Start 20 APR â€“ 16 JUN 2012
2012ĺš´4ćœˆ20ć—Ľ - 6ćœˆ16ć—Ľ
FILM SCREENING: 12 â€“ 16 JUN 2012
ĺ˝ąç‰‡ĺą•ć˜ ďźš2012ĺš´6ćœˆ12 - 16ć—Ľ
Chinese Arts Centre is continuing to deliver its 9-month education programme with four schools across the region. The summer term takes Chinese Arts Centre out to Cedar Mount High School in Gorton and Alder High Community School in Tameside, as well as bringing over 120 students back into the gallery! Local artists will be working closely with both schools to create responses to our summer project, 60-Minute Cinema% animation from Hong Kong. Each % through a series of gallery visits, workshops and critique sessions. The gallery space for the last week of our 60-Minute Cinema programme. We canâ€™t wait to see the results! This project has been kindly supported by The Princeâ€™s Foundation for Children and the Arts through their Start initiative which provides opportunities to school students who might otherwise not have the chance to engage with the arts.
âŞ‚ă‘‰ăŽżă—Żăş˛ă¨˛âŻżâ˘ăŠŚă˛“ă€†â’Żâ˜¨ă™źăšąăŤ“ă¨‘ â§Šăž—áą¨ă&#x;şâ›‘ă˘œă‹œâł—â˘”ă´¨â˜¨â° ă˛ĽâŤ†â›‘áŽŁ ăĽ´â”ăŤ“ă‹œäą¤âŞ‚ă‘‰ăŽżă—Żăş˛ă¨˛âŻżă˝żâąŒă¨‘ă´–áą¨ ă˛“ă˘ă˛‚Gortonâ˜¨Cedar MountâĄ˝ăş˛â§§ă˘ ă˛‚Tamesideâ˜¨Alderă”ŁăŽ¸âĄ˝ăş˛â§Šăž—áą¨ă&#x; ă–Ťáą¨ăŽœâ‰żăŽĽâŠ‡âœ ă–¨ă˛ˆăƒƒăŤ“ă”śŕˇâŞ°ăŁ„ă‚?â˜¨ ăˇ?ă?˛áą? âŒŞâ˜źăŽżă—Żâ¨âŻżă¨?ă—?ă˛“âź‰ăšąăŤ“ă¨‘â§Šăž—áŽ˘â‰ż âŒŞăş˛ă¨˛â˜¨ăĽ´â”ăŚžă……â˝…ă–¨âžśăşľăą˜ă´ â–žă‘Šă¨‘ ă´–âŻżâ?ŒâŻżă?Žâ?œâ¤´ă˝‚âš‚ă˝´ăŚ“âĄšâ˜¨â›‘âŞ…ăž— ăŠšáŽŁă&#x;œâĽ™ăŽĽăĽĽâźœâŞ…âš–â?¸â¤ˇáŽ˘â¤€ăž—âž›â§§ă‹‚ âŒ´ă?ŒâżĽâŞ?â°Žáą¨ă‚‡â˘”âŠŽâŒâ›žâŻżăş¨ăž—ă—Žă˛‚ă˝´ â?â˜¨ăą˜ăŠŽáŽŁăžŽăşˇâ˜¨ăž—ăŠšâŻżâ’¸â°§áŽ°â˝…ă–¨âžś ăşľăą˜ă´ áŽąâŤ†â›‘â˜¨ăžŽâ¨?ăŽĽăşžăľ€ăˇ?ă?˛ă… âžĽ ăą›áŽŁăŁ„ă‚?ă‹Šâ?Ľâ†â–ŁăŚ›ăŽ”âś„â˜Ąă&#x; ăŤ“ă‚?â˜¨â•š ăŻŒâ’ąâĽ—áą? âŒŞâ•´âŤ†â›‘ă—–â˜Ąă Šâ•ˆâœ›ă&#x;Łă˛“ăŽżă—ŻâŤ‘âą„âŞš áŽ°ă‹śâ’´áŽą áą¤StartáąĽăŚžă……â˜¨â–™âť˛ăş‰â’žáŽŁ áŽ°ă‹śâ’´áŽą ăŚžă……ăşžăľ€ă˘œăľ€ă¨‘ăŤ“ă”śă?—â¤…â?¸ă˛“ăŽżă—Żâ˜¨âŤ’ âŞšáŽŁ
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WORK WITH US -
Our Services Contemporary Chinese Art Consultancy Service
Contemporary Art Workshop Leaders
Chinese Arts Centre offers expert advice on Chinese contemporary art. Our services include commissioning other organisations, advising collectors and collecting venues, speaking at conferences and events as well as providing touring exhibitions. Our expert advice has been drawn on by a wide range of organisations. In the last few years they have included The Wellcome Collection, Harewood House, Tatton Biennial, National Glass Centre, Iniva, New Art Exchange, the National Portrait Gallery, Arts Council of England, Bolton University, BBC Radio 4 and Tate.
As part of Chinese Arts Centreâ€™s developing education and engagement programme, we are excited to offer a new range of contemporary art workshops and creative events both at the Centre and out in schools and community centres in your local area. We have a number of new artists working with us, covering artistic practices from textiles, drawing, illustration and animation to performing arts, graphic design and large-scale installation projects. The artists are available to respond to Chinese Arts Centreâ€™s diverse contemporary gallery and residency programmes and to your set curriculum or areas of interest. Artists are able to work across the North West; in schools, with adults and SEN groups as well as with the general public at individual events at the Centre.
Workshops And Performances Every year Chinese Arts Centre delivers workshops in over 100 schools through our team of experienced freelance workshop leaders. The workshops cover a range of fun activities from opera mask making to calligraphy and traditional paper cutting. Chinese Arts Centre has extensive experience of arranging bespoke packages of performances and workshops for special events. Whether you are a business or a local authority, we can arrange a unique and hassle free package of entertainment for Chinese New Year or any other occasion.
CONTACT US For further information on these areas of our work please call 0161 832 7271 or email email@example.com
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Chinese Arts Centre Recommends Here are just some of the many Chinese art and China related events taking place in the next 6 months. Sign up for our monthly e-newsletter to get regular recommendations:
ă¸†âš˝â˘–â–™â¨ă&#x;şâŽŒâŽâ˘”ă˘Śâš‚â˝…â˘” ă´¨ă… ă˛“ăş˛âĽ–â§§ăş˛âĽ–ăŽżă—ŻăŚ?â¤´â˜¨ âŤ†â›‘áŽŁăŽŤăľ€ăŚ?ă˝‚â?‹â’ąă˘œăŁ„ă‚?ă‚‡ ă´¨â™‹ă˝łă&#x;œăŤ˘â˜¨â›Łă¸ƒáą¨ă†€âŞšâ›Šă‹œ ă—?â˜Ąă&#x;şâŽŒâŤ†â›‘â˜¨ă¨łăĽ’áŽŁ
30 April 2012 Book Launch: Shi Cheng: City Stories from China A new anthology from Comma Press. www.commapress.co.uk
ă…°ă´¨ă‘“ ă¨°ă—Łâž‚â?ŚáąśShi Cheng: City Stories from China ă€†â’Ąă™ąă?ŽCommaâ“žâŠ”ă”ŁăžŽă¨°âť˛ăž—áą¨ă”Şâ›Ş ăˇ?ăŚ†â˜•â– ăş˛âĽ–â’Żă—Šă”śâŤ†â˜¨âœ‚ă´?ă?›ăŹ•ă˛“â¸ľ â›ťâ“”â“ĄáŽŁ www.commapress.co.uk
18 May 2012 â€“ 2 Sep 2012 Suki Chan â€“ A Hundred Seas Rising Exploring how literature might be implicated in the imagination and trajectories of revolutions. The installation will use the sound of 100 individual recorded voices reverberating across the gallery space at Aspex, Portsmouth. www.aspex.org.uk www.sukichan.co.uk
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ă…°ă´¨ă‘“ă´¨ă‘“ â’Şă—Ąă´ŹáąśA Hundred Seas Rising ăœłâł‘â˘?ăƒ„â˜¨ăŚ›ăŚŁâ§§âĽˆâŹšâś™ă…˘â›śă˘śăŤ“â?¤ă”ś ăľ›ăŹĽâ˜¨ăą˜ăŚœáŽŁă˝?ăşĽăş˛ă´ąăąŤâź—ă´ŠăĽ¸âż†ăş¨â˜¨ ăŽĽâŠ‡â˘”ă‘‰â˜¨ă”ľăŻžáą¨ăž—ăŠšăľ€ăˇ?ă–¸ă‹œâşáą¨ă¸† ă¨—ă”ľăŻžâŻżâ?Ľâ›ąâŞ°ă‘„ăľ€ă‹•â•Şă ąă™ą$VSH[âŞ… âš–âśĽâşă… áŽŁ www.aspex.org.uk www.sukichan.co.uk
28 April to 7 July 2012 SINOPTICON â€œSINOPTICONâ€? A new multi-sited exhibition featuring the work of 13 international artists that explores the historical and cultural X www.sinopticon.org 9 June â€“ 14 June 2012 Jamie Lau Previous artist-in-residence, Jamie Lau will be showing in this yearâ€™s MFA/MA Fine Art Degree Show at Slade School of Fine Art. www.jamielau.co.uk
2012ă…°4ă´¨28ă‘“7ă´¨7ă‘“ SINOPTICON â€œSINOPTICONâ€? ăť™ă?˜ăĽĽâźœăˇ?ăľ€âœ‚â˘”â˜źâ™‡ ăˇ?â“žáą¨13ă˘âĽ–â ăŽżă—Żâ¨âžˇâžˇăŽžă˝´â?â˜¨âž? ă–ˇăœłăšŻăş˛âĽ–â˜¨âşˆă–ąă˘śâŞ‡â˜¨ăą˜ăŚœâť˛áŽŁ www.sinopticon.org 2012ă…°6ă´¨9ă‘“6ă´¨14ă‘“ Jamie Lau ăľžăľ€âŞ‚ă‘‰ăŽżă—Żăş˛ă¨˛ă˝„â˝€â˜¨ăŽżă—Żâ¨ Jamie Lau âŻżâ?¸âŠâą…ă…°âżĄâ›şâ–™ăŤ“ăŤ“ă´ ă™ąâš â˜Śă‚ˆ ă—ŻăŤ“ă´ ăŽżă—Żă™Žă–šâŒťăŽ&#x;ăˇ?áŽŁ www.jamielau.co.uk
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Mandarin Speaking Corner One of our regular events is Mandarin Speaking Corner, an informal practice and conversation for Mandarin speakers and learners. Organised in partnership with Wai Yin, the sessions take place on the last Saturday of every month and provide a space for learners to build
áŽ¸ă‹—ă&#x;œâŞˆâ°›áŽšă— ă˛“âŞłä§żă”Łâ§ŠâŠšâ˜¨âŤ†â›‘áą¨ ă‘ â“?ăŤ“ă¸ƒâś™ăŽžăŽĄăš âźƒăĽ ăŽžă‹—ă&#x;œâŞˆâ›śăœŽáŽŁ âŤ†â›‘ăľ€ă‚‡â˘”ă´¨ăžŽâ¨?ăŽĽâ˘”ă¨ľă‹œâ˝…âłŤă¨žáą¨ă‘ ăŤ“ă´—ă…˘ă&#x;œâĽ™â°?ăœŽă€‡ă€‡âŻźâťŽâ›śă‹—ă&#x;œâŞˆâ˜¨ă˝´ ă¨łáŽŁ âŞ‚ă‘‰ăŽżă—Żăş˛ă¨˛âŻżâ›Šă‹œâłŤâŠšâ?Ľă&#x; â˜¨âŤ†â›‘áŽŁ ăšąăą¸âŤ†â›‘ăŚšăŽŠáą¨ăŽŤăŽžă Źăˇ˘â˘šă¨°ă˘œă˝œáŽŁ www.chinese-arts-centre.org
Chinese Arts Centre organises and hosts a range of events throughout the year. For details of these and other activities here at the Centre please check our website for regular updates. www.chinese-arts-centre.org
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Venue Hire Chinese Arts Centreâ€™s award winning building provides the perfect venue and location for a wide range of events and functions. With close public transport links, our venue has been host to networking events, seminars, training courses, exhibitions, and event launches. + ^ your event. We are equipped with the latest technology such as HD projector and sound system, with high speed internet access throughout the building. We support local businesses and can offer you a diverse range of catering options. During breaks, guests can be refreshed and inspired by a complimentary gallery tour of our art exhibitions, or why not even add something cultural to your event with a special workshop? Our experienced events team will be more than happy to assist you in organising and promotion of your event. The income generated by the hire of our spaces directly supports Chinese Art Centreâ€™s work. To find out more about hiring our venue, call 0161 832 7271 or go to www.chinese-arts-centre.org.
âŞ‚ă‘‰ăŽżă—Żăş˛ă¨˛â–™âžŻâžľă˘™ăŽĽăąŹáŽ˘â°?ă&#x;œâ?? âş‰áą¨ă— âłŤâŠšâ˘•âšŽâŤ†â›‘â˜¨âšťăŚ›â’‰â˜źáŽŁ ă……ă?°áą¨ăş˛ă¨˛ăŽťâ’ąâ¤‚âłŤâŠšâĽ™â˘•âšŽâ°?â˝ƒâŤ† â›‘áŽ˘ăŤźă?ŒâŞšáŽ˘ăˆ¤ăŤĄâśžâ’´áŽ˘ăˇ?âšŽâ§§âž‚â?ŚâŞš â˜ŹáŽŁ ăŁ„ă‚?â˜¨âśĽâşâźľâŤ†â›ŞâĄ˝áą¨âś™â˘—âłŻâŤ†â›‘â˜¨ ăŠ–ăŽ”âąŒă¨žâ™›ă¸&#x;â§§ăŽ¸â˘’áŽŁăş˛ă¨˛ăˆ¨âŒ¤âź—âĄ˝ăŽĽ ă&#x;Şăą˜ăŽąáŽ˘ă?Šă??ăŻžăŚœăĽĽă&#x;§â˜ŹăŽĽâ˝ƒâ˜¨â’ă—Żă”¤ âŒ¤áą¨ă¸&#x;â›’â–™âžŻâ´‹âť¸â°§âĄ˝ăš‘ă ŹâżąáŽŁăŁ„ă‚?ă˛“ âŒŞâ˜źă‹ľăŽ&#x;â§Šăž—áą¨ă˘œă†€ă?—â¤…âœ‚ăş¸â?ˇăŻĽăŤ?ăľ—áŽŁ âŤ†â›‘âşăĽŚáą¨â?˘âś?âś™ăŽžă?°ă ăˇ?ă?˛â?¸â¤ˇăŁ„ ă‚?â˜¨ăŽżă—Żăˇ?áą¨âĄŽă—–ăŽżă—Żâ˜¨ăŤ˜ă?‹ă˛“ă‹śâ˜łáŽŁ ă†€ăŽœâś™ăŽžăľ€âŤ†â›‘ăş˛ăľœâŠăŽĽâ˘”ă?Žâ?œâ¤€ăž—âž› âŞ?â°Žáą¨ă˘œâŤ†â›‘ăŚ†â’‰ă˝‚ă‘Šâ˘šâœ‚ăŽżă—Żă‘‰ă˘śă‹ş ăĽ’áŽŁ ăŁ„ă‚?â˜¨ă&#x;šâ›ľâłąăą¸â&#x; âĄ™â˜¨âŤ†â›‘ăž‰ăş‘â˛ż ăŹ•áą¨âž§â’‹âš¤ăŻŒă¨›ăťœă†€ăž‰ăş‘â?Œă&#x;şâ¤żâŤ†â›‘áŽŁ â’‰â˜źăž‚â°źăšąâŤ‰â˜§â˜¨ă—?ă‘ŠâŻżăş“â°§ăąŤă˛‚ăş‰â’ž âŞ‚ă‘‰ăŽżă—Żăş˛ă¨˛â˜¨â˘•ăŚžâ¤€ăž—ăş˛áŽŁ ă˛Łâź—â°śâ˘šâœ‚â’‰â˜źă¨łăĽ’áą¨ăŽŤâ˜Ťâż† www.chinese-arts-centre.orgâŤŠăş¤â™‹ 0161 832 7271áŽŁ
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Support Us Chinese Arts Centre needs your support. For over 25 years the Centre has nurtured the work of artists of Chinese descent, and encouraged understanding between artists and audiences from different cultural backgrounds. We receive regular grants from Arts Council England to support our work, but to enable our programme to additional funding every year. If you would like to support us, you can make a donation now at our website www.chinese-arts-centre.org. For individuals or corporate patrons offering rt we can offer a % %_ would like to discuss your donation or ffer, please contact Sally Lai, our Chief Executive.
25ă…°âœ‚âš‚áą¨âŒŞăş˛ă¨˛â?ĽâąŠă˘œăşźâœ‚âŞ‚ă‘‰ăŽżă—Ż â¤€ăž—ă¸ƒă?—â¤…âź—â•šăž—â˜¨ăŠżăœžáą¨â˘šă— ă&#x;şâ›‘âź— âš‚ă˝´â?Ľă&#x; ă˘śâŞ‡âŒ&#x;âł‚â˜¨ăŽżă—Żâ¨â§§â¤ˇăşźăş?âş â˜¨ăŚ?âŠ˝âšťâ°śáŽŁăŁ„ă‚?â›Šă‹œâ•šArts Council England â˜§â˜Ąă˝Şăťœáą¨â˜?ă— áą¨ă˘œâź—ă–łâ˜§ăŁ„ ă‚?â˜¨ăŚžă……ă…˘â¤—ăą¸â’Œăžƒâ˜¨âž‚ăˇ?â§§âž‘ă‘—áą¨ă‚‡ ăŽĽă…°áą¨ăŁ„ă‚?â›žăŠ–ăŽ”âœ?ă –â“—â…ă˝Şâą„áŽŁ ăŁ„ă‚?âŞŽăą•ă‚‡ăŽĽă˘ă´žăŻŒăş‰â’žăŁ„ă‚?â˜¨ăˆˇăąš â˜ĄâŒŞăş˛ă¨˛ă Źăˇ˘www.chinese-artscentre.org âłşâśžáŽŁăŁ„ă‚?âŻżă˘œâ›śâŒŞăş˛ă¨˛â›ˆ âť˛ăş‰â’žâ˜¨â˘”ă‘‰âŤŠă&#x;šă?›ă?—â¤…ăŚ?ăąŽâ˜¨âĽ?â?˘â–Ł ă˛žáŽŁâ¤´ă˛‚âłşâśžâ†ăąâŞľâ–Łă˛žâ˜¨ăŚšăĽ¨ă¨łăĽ’áą¨ âł†ăŽŤâťśâżąâŒŞăş˛ă¨˛ă˝źâśâšƒă Ľâœ›áŽŁ
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Chinese Arts Centre is the leading organisation for the promotion of contemporary Chinese art in the UK. Here we present the Spring/Summer 2...