中文
中文
EN
艺术生态
时间
2019323日,10:00–13:15
地址
尤伦斯当代艺术中心报告厅

当代艺术是进行时的艺术。它的存在是对当今特定的文化、社会及政治语境的某种回应。专业艺术界存在的首要目的正是支持知识和艺术的创造,并因此将艺术家、策展人、艺批家、藏家、出版商、商业画廊、非营利机构以及社会大众以相互受益的关系纽带汇聚在一起。然而,这种复杂的人与机构关系也与现实世界语境并行。世界在变革,相关语境也随之改变。当下艺术与社会的关系究竟如何?艺术应如何介入城市更新?艺术世界的不同部分之间究竟存在哪些新型的共生关系?谈及艺术生态,这仅仅是诸多有待探讨的问题中的其中三个。


第一场:「更高更强:宏大愿景与城市更新」
323日,10:00–11:30
世界各地的都市都在不断发展,本场对话将目光投向中国城市化过程中的那些新发展,并对此提供国际化的视角。在城市更新中艺术和文化是不是可以「处在最前端」?此来自不同国家和地区的艺术专业人士将着重探讨可能性有哪些、城市更新在不同文化背景下的异同,并且将针对如何为超乎想象的愿景而营造空间提出他们的思考。

  • Amy Sherlock(主持)
    frieze》杂志副主编

  • 王彦伶
    七星集团总裁, 798艺术区创始人

  • Alexis Şanal
    建筑师

  • 马岩松
    MAD建筑事务所创始人、合伙人


    第二场:「草根:装饰还是必需?
    323日,11:45–13:15
    本场对话将对何为健康的艺术生态提供多元视角。不同区域艺术界的复杂性有着怎样的区别?不同层面的增长对于任何社群、艺术本身、市场都至关重要,但是究竟是什么因素对培育长期增长最有效呢?来自中外的艺术专业人士将坦言他们各自的观点,进而形成一个视野宽阔的全球语境。

  • Mari Spirito(主持)
    北京国际艺术高峰论坛国际策划

  • 彭晓阳
    外交公寓12号空间、掩体空间和纹身店实验艺术空间的创始人

  • Anne Ellegood
    洛杉矶汉默美术馆高级策展人

  • Aaron Cezar
    德尔菲娜基金会创始总监

EN
中文
EN
Art Ecologies
Time
10:00–13:15, March 23, 2019
Address
Auditorium, UCCA

Contemporary art is living art. Its existence is a response to specific cultural, social, and political contexts of today. The international art community, which exists primarily to support the production of knowledge and art, does so by bringing artists, curators, critics, collectors, publishers, commercial galleries, non-profit institutions, and audiences together in a mutually beneficial relationship. This complex arrangement of people and institutions runs parallel to real world contexts, such as economy and politics. As the world is changing, contexts change with it. What is the relationship between art and society today? How is art being used for urban regeneration? What new forms of symbiosis is there between different sectors of the art world? These are just three of many questions to be explored when discussing Art Ecologies.


Panel A: High and Mighty: Big Vision and Urban Regeneration
10:00–11:30, March 23
As urban centers are growing worldwide, this conversation will be addressing new developments in Chinese urban development with important international perspectives. Is it possible for art and culture to ‘get in front’ of regeneration? Professionals from different regions weigh in on the strengths of what is possible, how regeneration is different in a range of cultures, as well as how to make space for the vision of the unimaginable.

  • Amy Sherlock (Moderator)
    Deputy Editor of frieze Magazine

  • Wang Yanling
    CEO of SevenStar Group and Founder of 798 Art Zone

  • Alexis Şanal
    Architect

  • Ma Yansong
    Founder & Principal Partner of MAD Architects


    Panel B: Grassroots: Accessory or Necessity?
    11:45–13:15, March 23
    This conversation will be addressing perspectives on what a healthy art ecology looks like. How does the complexity of an art community changes from region to region? As it is important to have growth in diverse aspects on any community, art, market or otherwise, what nurtures long term growth most effectively? Art professionals offer frank perspectives from in and out of China, reflecting on a wide, global context.

  • Mari Spirito (Moderator)
    The Curator of Beijing Art Summit

  • Peng Xiaoyang
    Founder of The Bunker, DRC No. 12 and Tattoo Parlour, Beijing

  • Anne Ellegood
    Chief Curator of Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

  • Aaron Cezar
    Founding Director of Delfina Foundation