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Hao Liang

Hao Liang, Red Nose, 2017 Ink and color on silk, 10 ¾ × 7 inches (27.4 × 17.7 cm)© Hao Liang

Hao Liang, Red Nose, 2017

Ink and color on silk, 10 ¾ × 7 inches (27.4 × 17.7 cm)
© Hao Liang

About

Hao Liang was born in 1983 in Chengdu, China, and lives and works in Beijing. His work is held in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Kadist, San Francisco; and Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht, Netherlands, among others. Recent institutional exhibitions include Hao Liang: Aura, Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht, Netherlands (2016); Hao Liang: Eight Views of Xiaoxiang, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing (2016); 57th Biennale di Venezia, Venice (2017); Streams and Mountains without End: Landscape Traditions of China, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (2017); and 1977–2017: Le Centre Pompidou fête ses 40 ans, Centre Pompidou, Paris (2017).

郝量於1983年生於中國成都,現於北京居住及從事創作。他的作品收藏於紐約大都會藝術博物館、巴黎龐畢度中心、三藩市卡蒂斯特藝術基金會和荷蘭馬斯特里赫特Bonnefanten美術館。近期的博物館展覽包括2016年荷蘭Bonnefanten美術館「Hao Liang: Aura」展覽、2016年北京尤倫斯當代藝術中心「郝量:瀟湘八景」展覽、2017年第57屆威尼斯雙年展、2017年纽约大都会博物馆「溪山无尽,中国的山水传统」展览和2017年巴黎蓬皮杜中心「成立四十年纪念馆藏展」。

Fairs, Events & Announcements

John Currin, Pistachio, 2016 © John Currin

Art Fair

West Bund Art & Design 2020

November 12–15, 2020, booth A102
West Bund Art Center, Shanghai
westbundshanghai.com

Gagosian is pleased to participate in West Bund Art & Design 2020 with an extensive group presentation. Along with the gallery’s booth at ART021 Shanghai, on view between November 14 and 15, this will be Gagosian’s first in-person art fair since the covid-19 lockdown in March. The gallery’s participation was made possible by extraordinary support from the artists involved.

John Currin, Pistachio, 2016 © John Currin

Thomas Houseago, Untitled (Colored Skull I), 2018 © Thomas Houseago

Art Fair

West Bund Art & Design 2018

November 8–11, 2018, booth A120
West Bund Art Center, Shanghai
westbundshanghai.com

Gagosian is pleased to participate in West Bund Art & Design for the first time, with a booth of modern and contemporary works by artists including Glenn Brown,  Dan Colen, John Currin, Jean Dubuffet, Rachel Feinstein, Urs Fischer, Walton Ford, Ellen Gallagher, Douglas Gordon, Jennifer Guidi, Hao Liang, Damien Hirst, Thomas Houseago, Alex Israel, Y.Z. Kami, Takashi Murakami, Yoshitomo Nara, Nam June Paik, Richard Prince, Sterling Ruby, Ed Ruscha, Rudolf Stingel, and Jonas Wood.

Additionally, a large-scale painting by Takashi Murakami, Dragon in Clouds – Indigo Blue (2010), will be installed in a special presentation at the entrance to Hall N. To receive a PDF with detailed information on the works, please contact the gallery at inquire@gagosian.com. To preview our booth, go to artsy.net.

Download the full press release in English (PDF), Simplified Chinese (PDF), or Traditional Chinese (PDF)

Thomas Houseago, Untitled (Colored Skull I), 2018 © Thomas Houseago

Museum Exhibitions

Jia Aili, Untitled, 2011 © Jia Aili Studio. Photo: Yang Chao Studio

On View

Duration
Chinese Art in Transformation

Opened September 25, 2020
Minsheng Art Museum, Beijing
www.msam.cn

Duration: Chinese Art in Transformation attempts to show how every moment that stretches is an absorption of the past, and the endless possibilities of the future are based on the past and the present. The exhibition presents painting, sculpture, installation, video, animation, and more from the 1970s to the present. Work by Hao Liang, Jia Aili, and Zeng Fanzhi is included.

Jia Aili, Untitled, 2011 © Jia Aili Studio. Photo: Yang Chao Studio

Hao Liang, Wedding of Lord of the River, 2019 © Hao Liang

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Hao Liang in
More, More, More

July 6, 2020–January 31, 2021
Tank Shanghai
tankshanghai.com

Titled after a popular disco song from the mid-’70s, More, More, More features new commissions and existing artwork by twenty-eight international artists and groups. Like the song, the exhibition embraces an attitude of sensorial play, extra-linguistic excess, and mutable meaning. In addition to traditional media, it features works that open the field of artistic experience to a diversity of phenomena by incorporating mediums such as perfume, music, bacteria, and light frequencies. Work by Hao Liang is included.

Hao Liang, Wedding of Lord of the River, 2019 © Hao Liang

Jia Aili, Mountain and Line, 2020 © Jia Aili

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On Sabbatical

July 25–September 6, 2020
West Bund Museum, Shanghai
www.wbmshanghai.com

The exhibition includes more than a dozen works that nine contemporary Chinese artists created over the course of their respective “sabbaticals” during the covid-19 outbreak in an attempt to convey their unique perspectives on the world, and to evoke a sense of affinity, solace, resonance, and reflection. Work by Jia Aili and Hao Liang is included.

Jia Aili, Mountain and Line, 2020 © Jia Aili