Galerie Urs Meile, Beijing-Lucerne

Art Basel Miami Beach

Art Basel Miami Beach

Lucerne, Switzerland jeudi 6 décembre 2012dimanche 9 décembre 2012
marble tree by ai weiwei

Ai Weiwei

Marble Tree, 2012

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untitled #14-016 (david armstrong, rutger / another man fw12) by christian schoeler

Christian Schoeler

Untitled #14-016 (David Armstrong, Rutger / Another Man FW12)

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rabbit at desk by shao fan

Shao Fan

Rabbit at Desk, 2012

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mr. lu hao by wang xingwei

Wang Xingwei

Mr. Lu Hao, 2012

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the history of fugue by yan xing

Yan Xing

The History of Fugue, 2012

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Lucerne, Switzerland
jeudi 6 décembre 2012dimanche 9 décembre 2012

Galerie Urs Meile at Art Basel Miami Beach
December 6-9, 2012 (Preview: December 5, 2012)

Hall C / Booth A16

In the section Art Galleries Galerie Urs Meile Beijing-Lucerne is going to exhibit recent works by a selection of their represented artists including Ai Weiwei, Hu Qingyan, Li Dafang, Qiu Shihua, Christian Schoeler, Shao Fan, Anatoly Shuravlev, Julia Steiner, Wang Xingwei, Xie Nanxing and Yan Xing.

The presentation will include recent works by conceptual Chinese painter Wang Xingwei, whose major retrospective will be on show at Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (UCCA) in Beijing in May 2013. Furthermore, Galerie Urs Meile will present new sculptural works by Ai Weiwei. Chinese artist Shao Fan, who recently joined the gallery program, will be presented for the first time at Art Basel Miami Beach. The young German painter Christian Schoeler will present a new series of paintings as well as mixed media drawings on paper, in which he attempts to formulate a contemporary interpretation of portraiture as a genre.

Art Kabinett: Yan Xing - The History of Fugue (2012)
In the Art Kabinett section of Art Basel Miami Beach, Galerie Urs Meile Beijing-Lucerne will present Yan Xing’s The History of Fugue (2012). In his homage to Robert Mapplethorpe (1946-1989), artist Yan Xing takes the art of staged photography to a new extreme by morphing slowly changing photographs into a video segment. Yan Xing recently received the Chinese Contemporary Art Award (CCAA) as the Best Young Artist.

For further information please contact Elena Federici.