Diagrammatics is a series that exploits the illustrative print style of earlier centuries with detailed, technical lines and a sterile disposition. However, as the word suggests, a diagrammatic consists of a language, a dialogue between objects. And as a result, I believe a story is told within each piece. And as common objects are placed within new contexts, they are oftentimes given new meaning.
Warmth and sun have arrived in Shanghai, which makes for
perfect gallery hopping weather! Last weekend, in collaboration with other
galleries in the area, Art+ Shanghai Gallery played host to the latest edition
of the Art On The Bund tour, which took visitors on a tour of the six galleries
in Shanghai’s Bund area.
Check out the variety of contemporary art on view, including
dual exhibition by Liu Yujia and Lai Jin’na at Shanghai Gallery of Art,
Fernando Prats solo at ML Fine Arts, 500
Years and God Loves WHATEVER at
BANK, Wang Huangsheng solo at Pearl Lam Galleries, and Art+ Shanghai Gallery’s
dual exhibition Of Woods and Wonderlands
(which closes this Sunday!) by Pang Yun and Li Yuming.