Turner and the Sea @ National Maritime Museum
The exhibition is the first full-scale examination of J.M.W Turner’s lifelong fascination with the sea, featuring work borrowed from galleries around the world and including some of Turner’s most famous works. It encompasses oils, watercolours, prints and sketches.
The exhibition features works by Xu Bing over the past four decades, including woodcuts, drawings and sketches from the 1970 and 1980s, followed by some of his more well-known works, such as Book from the Sky (天書), An Introduction to New English Calligraphy (新英文輸入法入門) and Book from the Ground (地書), as well as large-scale site-specific installations and new works.
19th Biennale of Sydney, 21 March to 9 June 2014
Alongside the Venice Biennale, São Paulo Biennale and Documenta, the Biennale of Sydney is the fourth oldest biennale in the world and was the first biennale to be established in the Asia-Pacific region. The 19th Biennale of Sydney: You Imagine What You Desire will be held from 21 March – 9 June 2014, under the artistic direction of Juliana Engberg.
Yokohama Triennale 2014, August 1–November 3, 2014
A voyage of silence and whispers.
A voyage of fahrenheit 451.
A voyage into the useless.
A voyage to meet the Enfants Terribles.
Drifting into a sea of oblivion.
Yokohama Triennale 2014 aims to present a story of such a voyage through the mind.
Okwui Enwezor named artistic director of the Venice Biennale 2015
The first African-born curator in the exhibition's 100 year history, Okwui Enwezor has been appointed Director of Visual Arts for the 56th Venice Biennale 2015.
Laure Prouvost wins Turner prize 2013
法國藝術家 Laure Prouvost 奪Turner Prize 2013。得獎錄像作品 “Wantee’ 首展於Tate Britain德國藝術家 Kurt Schwitters (1887 – 1948) 展覽。
「城市邊緣」2013深港城市 \ 建築雙城雙年展
“This biennale doesn’t glorify. It experiments. It doesn’t consolidate. It takes risks. It is a vehicle for change, for real change. It produces leverage for alternative histories and a new future.” -Ole Bouman Team: Biennale as Risk
歲月/照堂：1959-2013影像展 @ 臺北市立美術館
Chang Chao-Tang’s first comprehensive solo exhibition which presents more than 400 works of photography from 1959 to today, including a series of previously unreleased portraits, contact prints, as well as eight documentaries.
Curated by Iris Shu-Ping Huang, the exhibition focuses on aesthetic depictions of ”everyday-ness”. Artists from Israel, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia, Hong Kong and Taiwan are invited to produce new works locally.