During the month of March 2022, Doors featured some projects we are involved in to promote the role of women in arts and culture. From the creation of the Jimei x Arles Women Photographers Award to the evolution of women’s representation in Chinese advertising, we wanted to promote a long history of women’s emancipation in China through the 20th and 21st centuries.
In an interview with Victoria Jonathan, photographer Luo Yang talks about her career, her inspirations and her view of her generation.
From scholars’ rocks to the fossils of the future: Five contemporary artists who appropriate the mineral element
From scholars’ rocks to cabinets of curiosities, the curators of the exhibition “ROCKS” offer a cross-section of the rock.
Fragile yet solid, traditional yet contemporary, the artists of the exhibition « Bing! Bing! » play with the history and materiality of ceramics to reinvent it.
The river has formed a recurring motif of inspiration for photographers in China over the past twenty years. This article showcases the work of 13 contemporary artists that Doors exhibited at the Jumièges abbey in the summer of 2020.
Philip Tinari: “Moving toward the modern is very much in keeping with UCCA ’s mission of bringing great art to its public and creating connections between China and the wider world”
Director of the UCCA Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing since 2011, he hosted the most important Picasso exhibition in China in 2019, produced and toured by Doors.