How are the masters of art tempered? What is the relationship between art and thought and technology? How to read Chinese painting? How to distinguish the authenticity of ancient calligraphy and painting? What kind of micro-world is hidden in installation art?
Are you also curious about these questions? This series of courses invited several senior artists, who have been studying in their respective art fields for decades, and can take you to understand the unique artistic concept.
Freedom cannot be pretended
What will be different of seeing the world via installation?
Cultivation and Appreciation of Art and Culture (1)
Ludwig Wittgenstein and Duchamp Generalized philosophy-> narrow sense art
Cultivation and Appreciation of Art and Culture (2)
Einstein and Picasso Innovation vs rebellion
Cultivation and Appreciation of Art and Culture (3)
A collector's handbook of modern art
Six methods of appreciation of China's literati paintings
How do artists identify the Chinese paintings via its rhythm?
Chung H. Chak
Graduated from the Art Department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1981, Chak studied under Liu Guosong, the "father of modern ink painting". From 1980 to 1990, Chak's works were widely exhibited in Hong Kong, New York and Tokyo.
Born in 1981 in Beijing, Lí Wei graduated from the Sculpture Department, Central Academy of Fine Art in 2007. Now living and working in Beijing and Hong Kong. His work has been exhibited widely across the world.