CPA Season 1: From a History of Exhibitions towards a Future of Exhibition-Making---“Second Assembly: Exhibition-Making Practices in China and Southeast Asia in the 1990s” 亚洲策展实践第一辑：“从展览的历史到展览制造的未来” ——“第二次集会：1990 年代中国及东南亚地区的策展实践”
Witness to Growth: Yu Hong’s artistic practices from the 1990s to today 《目击成长》：喻红 1990 年代以来的艺术实践
- Event Information 活动信息
- About the Event 关于活动
- About the Speaker 关于讲者
- CPA Season 1: From a History of Exhibitions towards a Future of Exhibition-Making---“Second Assembly: Exhibition-Making Practices in China and Southeast Asia in the 1990s” 亚洲策展实践第一辑：“从展览的历史到展览制造的未来” ——“第二次集会：1990 年代中国及东南亚地区的策展实践”
- Curatorial Practices in Asia 亚洲策展实践
Date: 11 November 2018
Time: 11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Shanghai Study Centre, The University of Hong Kong
Speaker: Julia Hartmann, Yu Hong
Language: Chinese, English
日期: 2018年 11月 11日
时间: 11:00 – 12:30
About the Event 关于活动
Marking the fourth talk in a series related to “Second Assembly: Exhibition-Making Practice in China and Southeast Asia in the 1990s”, a curatorial project jointly curated by Biljana Ciric and the museum, RAM is delighted to invite artist Yu Hong and Vienna-based curator Julia Hartmann, who is also one of the granted researchers of the open call for the “Curatorial Practices in Asia” project.
The talk will highlight Yu Hong’s prolific career, focusing on the beginning as an artist working in the 90s, and looking at her experiences in relationship to the nascent contemporary art scene that was emerging in China in this period. The conversation will also draw attention to a variety of paintings by Yu Hong that depict the lives of women and their experiences in Chinese society. Using this as a departure point, the discussion will connect with the artist’s experiences participating in all-female group exhibition in comparison to male dominated exhibition during this period. The conversation will question the motives behind the organization of all-female exhibitions, looking to explore their impact on the conventions of exhibition-making, as well as their influences in today’s context. Julia Hartmann’s final presentation will be at the assembly on 24th to 25th November 2018.
本次讲座将围绕喻红多产的艺术生涯，聚焦 1990 年代——其事业起步阶段，以当时中国当代艺术的萌芽为背景，探究她的种种经历。两位讲者将探讨喻红展现中国女性生活状态和社会经历的丰富油画作品，并以此为起点，通过对比当时男性主导的展览，剖析喻红参与全女性群展的经历。对话将分析全女性群展产生的原因，探讨这些群展对策展规则及当今造成的影响。尤莉亚·哈特曼将在 2018 年 11 月 24-25 日举办的研讨会上作研究报告。
About the Speaker 关于讲者
Yu Hong was born in 1966 in Xi’an, China. In the 1980s she studied oil painting at the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) in Beijing and graduated with a post-graduate degree from the oil painting department in 1996. Since 1988 she has been a teacher in CAFA’s oil painting department and is one of the most representative artists of New Realist Painting in China. She has been exhibited in major national and international exhibitions including the seminal First Oil Painting Exhibition in China held in 1986; the New Generation Art Exhibition in 1991; and the 45th Venice Biennale in 1993, where she was the only female Chinese representative. Other important exhibitions include pioneering all-female group exhibitions held in the early 1990s such as The World of Women Artists at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in 1990 and Century.Woman at the National Art Museum of China, Beijing in 1998.
Julia Hartmann is currently a PhD candidate at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, where she is researching social movements, feminist art, and Chinese Contemporary Art. She is the co-founder of SALOON Wien, an international network for women in the art scene and is actively engaged in supporting a higher participation of female cultural practitioners.
Biljana Ciric is an independent curator based in Shanghai. Her recent exhibition programes include: Institution for the Future (2011), Taking the Stage OVER (2011–12), Alternatives to Ritual (2012–13), and One Step Forward, Two Steps Back—Us and Institution, Us and Institution (2013). Her upcoming exhibitions in 2013 include Tino Sehgal solo exhibition at UCCA Beijing and exhibition hosted by Times Museum titled One Step Forward, Two Steps Back- Us and Institution, Us as Institution. In 2013 Ciric initiated "From History of Exhibitions towards Future of Exhibitions Making", ongoing seminar platform that proposes to revisit importance of exhibition making, that beyond art work itself, is one of the key factors in the arts relevance to social context. Seminar platform will be looking specifically at history of exhibitions in China, South East Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Ciric is a regular contributor to Broadsheet and Yi Shu journal, and has been nominated for an ICI Independent Vision Curatorial Award.
喻红，1966 年出生于中国西安，1980 年代进入北京中央美术学院学习油画，1996 年在油画系取得硕士学位。她自 1988 年以来任教央美油画系，是中国新写实主义油画代表人物。她的作品曾亮相国内外重要展览，包括影响深远的 1986 年首届中国油画展、1991 年新生代艺术展、1993 年第 45 届威尼斯双年展（在此次双年展中，她是唯一一位中国女画家）。她参加过的其他重要展览包括在 1990 年代初举办的开创性全女性群展，如 1990 年央美举办的“女画家的世界”展览，以及 1998 年在中国美术馆举办的“世纪·女性”艺术展。
尤莉亚·哈特曼，维也纳美术学院在读博士，主要研究社会运动、女权主义艺术和中国当代艺术。作为全球女性艺术家社群 SALOON Wien 的联合创始人，她致力于提高女性文化事业工作者的参与度。
比利安娜·思瑞克是一位独立策展人，常驻上海。她最近的展览项目包括：“未来机构”(2011)，“占领舞台” (2011–12)，“惯例下的狂欢” (2012–13)等。她2013年即将进行的展览项目包括：于北京尤伦斯当代艺术中心举办的提诺·赛格尔（Tino Sehgal）个展以及将于时代美术馆举办的“进一步，退两步——我们与机构/我们作为机构”。2013年，她创建长期的座谈会平台“从展览的历史到展览制造的未来”，旨在重新审视展览策划行为作为超越艺术作品本身，成为使艺术与社会语境发生关联之关键因素的重要性。座谈会平台将聚焦于中国、东南亚、澳大利亚及新西兰的展览史，比利安娜·斯瑞克长期为《典藏国际版》《Broadsheet》撰稿，并已获ICI独立视野策展奖提名。