THE ARTIST'S VOICE

The exhibition THE ARTIST’S VOICE will be held at The Parkview Museum Beijing from April 15, 2018. This exhibition presents more than forty artworks by 29 artists from seventeen countries.
 
The exhibition THE ARTIST’S VOICE explores the fascinating and somewhat disturbing complexity of the historical time we live in, through the interrogation of the narrative of contemporary art, through the questioning of the narrative capacity and the competence of contemporary art praxis.
 
This exhibition focuses on the capacity and competence of contemporary art to transfer essential messages and existential revelations about life, truth, historical visions, ethical values, anthropological constellations. In a historical period dominated by a sense of crisis, disillusionment, instability and disorientation, the artist has the power and the responsibility to send his messages about human perspectives, creating new connections between different fields and experiences and providing multiple systems of interpreting the complexity of contemporary reality.
 
The contemporary “speaking artist” – using the expression chosen by the great artists Gilbert & George while addressing the duty and competence of the artist – is ready to take responsibility to communicate the suggestive, sensual, effective visualization of their view on recent realities and to participate in making these realities more conscious, more clear, more evident.
 
In the process of selecting artworks in accordance with the theme and the subject matter of THE ARTIST’S VOICE , the autonomy of each work of art in relation to their use or misuse within the context of the thematic exhibition as a total work of art has been taken into account. A work of art does not serve as illustration, but rather generates meanings, creates new associations, and sensitizes our relation to the sphere of human experience it incorporates. THE ARTIST’S VOICE offers a complex, rich, deep, suggestive and perhaps somewhat disturbing, moving vision about the basic existential questioning of human orientation, through the power of the singular, unique, imaginary worlds created by the artists of our time.
 
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