Exhibition of contemporary Chinese artists
Visitors can get to know the works of eleven contemporary Chinese artists at the exhibition of the Ybl Creative House Buda entitled Intangible: Will and Form. The exhibition embraces a rich content, forms of expression and numerous art forms, which are a faithful reflection of the new perception and expression of the artists.
Since its opening of May 2018 the Ybl Creative House Buda has become an imposing display space for Hungarian and Far Eastern contemporary artists. By paying tribute to the 70th anniversary of Hungarian-Chinese diplomatic relations this autumn the venue hosts an exhibition introducing eleven contemporary Chinese artists. Exhibiting artists: Jia Shanguo, Lei Ziren, Zhang Chunhua, Li Hongbo, Wang Guofeng, Weng Fen, Zhou Song, Zhu Mingtao, Ren Rong, Feng Jiali and Xia Xuebing.
The exhibition entitled Intangible: Will and Form introduces the diversity of contemporary Chinese art and its vitality amidst the social transformation of the country. The exhibition embraces a rich content, forms of expression and numerous art forms, which are a faithful reflection of the new perception and expression of the artists. The autonomy and creativity of each and every display item can be traced back – this is one of the major values of modern Chinese art.
Co-operating partners of Ybl Creative House Buda in organizing the exhibition are Hanwei International Art Center and Erdész Galéria