Banksy: Genius or Vandal
Banksy: Genius or Vandal Exhibition Hong Kong
The exhibition features Banksy, one of the most influential creators in the contemporary art world, showcasing over 70 pieces of his original artworks including sculptures, installations, videos and photographs over the years. Visitors can also immerse themselves in a specially created audio-visual installation.
4th Today’s Documents
Today Art Museum
The 4th Today’s Documents invites Huang Du and UK curator Jonathan Harris to co-curate this year's exhibition. With 37 artists/artist groups from different countries and regions participating, the curators proposed the exhibition theme-“A Stitch in Time”- based on the complex social, political, economical and cultural changes that are happening in the world.
CAC – The 3rd Ear Cat Meet THE NØTEL
Chronus Art Centre
Chronus Art Center will host a pop-up show at CAC, featuring two artists Lawrence Lek and KODE 9(Steve Goodman), with the project of THE 3RD EAR CAT MEETS THE NØTEL. The project will be presented with video projections, a 3D-printed 3rd Ear Cat installation, ambient sound and game stations.
West Bund Art Fair
West Bund Art & Design
Established in 2014, West Bund Art & Design features more than 100 leading galleries from across the world. The 2019 fair provides a platform for international exhibitors to showcase the finest quality of modern and contemporary art in Shanghai. With exhibitions and art events offered by museums and galleries in the city, West Bund has made November’s Shanghai a permanent fixture on the global art calendar.
Sarah Lucas at Red Brick Art Museum
Red Brick Art Museum, Sadie Coles Gallery
Sarah Lucas’s first solo presentation in China will extend across the museum’s interior and exterior spaces and feature many of the defining works of Lucas’s career, together with new works commissioned specially for project. The exhibition at Red Brick Art Museum conceptually connects with ‘Sarah Lucas: Au Naturel’ held at the New Museum, New York, which has by far been the largest retrospective exhibition for the artist.
Film London Jarman Award 2019
KWM artcenter, Whitechapel Gallery
KWM Art Center is pleased to announce its first collaboration with The Film London Jarman Award. The Prize recognises and supports artists working with moving image and celebrates the spirit of experimentation, imagination and innovation in the work of UK-based artist filmmakers. The Jarman Award was launched in 2008, inspired by the visionary British filmmaker Derek Jarman (1942-1994). The Award winner will be announced at the Barbican Centre, London on 25 November 2019 in a special ceremony where the winner will receive the £10,000 prize money. The following 6 artists have been selected for the 2019 award: Cécile B. Evans, Mikhail Karikis, Hetain Patel, Imran Perretta, Rehana Zaman and Beatrice Gibson.
Anish Kapoor Solo Exhibition
CAFAM, The Imperial Ancestral Temple
President Fan Di’an of the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) has invited Anish Kapoor, one of the most respected and well-known living artists, to present a major solo exhibition at the Imperial Ancestral Temple, just outside of the Forbidden City walls and in the heart of Beijing. This will be in conjunction with the artist’s museum-wide exhibition at the CAFA Art Museum in Beijing. Opening 11th November 2019, the Forbidden City installation will run through 28 December 2019. Hans Ulrich Obrist, Artistic Director at the Serpentine Galleries, London will serve as curatorial advisor, working closely with Zhang Zhikang, Director and Chief Curator at the Central Academy of Fine Arts and Museum, Beijing.
Lisson Gallery Shanghai
Lisson Gallery Shanghai is delighted to open an exhibition of work by the internationally renowned conceptual artist, Richard Long (RA, OBE). With works spanning 1987 to 2018, the exhibition will feature a mud drawing, text work and four photographs, illustrating his extensive journeys across the globe. Also on show will be evidence of the artist’s previous trips to Mainland China in the Yunnan and Sichuan provinces.
David Hockney: Works from The Tate Collection
Tate Britain, M Woods
In collaboration with Tate, London, M WOODS will present David Hockney’s first museum solo exhibition in China. Drawing significantly from Tate’s extensive collection, the exhibition will feature over 100 works including painting, drawing, and prints, including some of the most iconic images of the 20th century. A catalogue will also be published to accompany the exhibition.
The Kind Stranger
The show aims to reflect and to some degree respond to the new conditions and scenarios of contemporary human society driven by the accelerating technological revolution. It is based on a fictional scenario: “The Kind Stranger”, as the protagonist of the story is a character who lives “post-singularity”. The entire exhibition touches on the discussion of “new cognitive capabilities”, as a positive response to this transitional time.
For Beauty Is Nothing But The Beginning Of Terror: Maggi Hambling Paintings and Drawings,1960 –
Guangdong Museum of Art
Maggi Hambling (born 1945) is a major British artist who gained an international reputation in the 1980s, only enhanced subsequently by recent shows at major museums such as the Hermitage in St Petersburg, Russia. This is a career-length exhibition which showcases Maggi Hambling’s work from the 1960s to the present day - oil paintings, drawings and monotypes. It includes work shown at London’s National Gallery and St Petersburg’s Hermitage.
Natural History Museum: Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition
Natural History Museum, Chengdu Museum
Founded in 1964 and organised and produced by the Natural History Museum, Wildlife Photographer of the Year is one of the longest and most prestigious photography competitions in the world. Every year, the best images submitted are selected to form the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, which tours venues across the world to millions of visitors, helping to ensure that biodiversity and sustainability remain at the forefront of public awareness.