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爱丽西亚·坎迪亚尼阿根廷阿塞国际版画艺术中心负责人Transverse BondsFrom the backbone of The Americas - the Andes, Sierra Madre and the Rocky Mountains - to the Apennines and the Balkans, journeying through Mounts Fuji in Japan, Doi Inthanon in Thailand and Kosciusko in Australia, artists that belong to many mountains gather today at China Printmaking Museum in Guanlan, Shenzhen in an anthological and inspiring exhibition, whose significance goes beyond an international show.01As pandemic has proved, today humankind launched into a second globalizing stage that accentuates interdependency among societies. Both, unpredictable and expected supranational interconnections have brought news concerns related with them. This affects us all, regardless of where is our country located, how is the local economy, what race we belong or which are our religious believes. Globalization has never been “so global”!Before the COVID-19, the cultural realm has experimented the simultaneous circulation of international art events which have generated a movement of itinerant artists and art works traveling worldwide. Two opposing forces have faced each other.. One has provoked art and culture to homologate in cosmopolitan cultural patterns, reducing the national character of the artistic productions and blurring partially the regional artistic identities. The other, at the same time, has manifested itself with an increasing multicultural differentiation due to the multiplicity caused by decolonization. Among these two antagonistic postures, an intermediary position has taken place provoking “tangential” globalizations that unite regional/professional/artistic groups that, is this way, make their voices hear. This phenomenon, more than an artistic trend, is a world cultural change that arises artistic proposals determined by values of diversity, identity and criticism. While maintaining an inevitable debate between local and global, it interrelates the practice of artists belonging to different communities around the world, giving significance to virtual communication networks while project these groups in a global scene.In the printmaking field this trend has taking shape by the rising of a strong community of print media traveling artists linked around the globe with collaborative projects, residencies or technical researches linked to art institutions. Parallelly, the consolidation of an international circuit of print exhibitions and conferences has reshaped the realm of contemporary printmaking projecting multicultural and multi-technical perspectives to a transnational scale. In this way it has questioned its forms, contents, techniques and, specially, the scope of its searches. Contemporary prints overlap and mix diverse techniques with references to different and spread cultures, in which the artists are not fixed but are “in-transit”. Inside of this current a very interesting trend is the artistic narration of nomadism, of the migration groups, which has become a metaphor of the artistic explorationNow, “contemporary printmaking” means much more than to be working in the present time.02Six years after its opening, China Printmaking Museum (2014) is a good example of an institution aligned with these trends that seek to project different perspectives of printmaking in a global panorama. The museum is the third leg of a tripod formed by the Guanlan International Print Biennial (2007) and the Guanlan Original Printmaking Base with its Artist-in-Residence Program (2008). This tripod firmly established in the field of China's national printmaking, receiving in residence and exhibiting a large number of Chinese artists. Gradually, it began having a strong international presence. At the moment, the base has received a large number of international artists. The biennial is growing attracting artists from all over the world, while the possibility of exhibiting their works in the museum, which is strategically located near the base, completes the circle.Furthermore, it must be said, the museum as institution is contained into a state-of-the-art architectural building that places it as one of the best in the world for collect and exhibit fine prints. Besides to be specialized on work on paper, its preservation, handling and storage, the museum embraces the local and international communities with educational services, print festivals and international symposia. Last but not least, the team of the Office of Guanlan International Print Biennial and of the Office of International Exchange Department at China Printmaking Museum- whose passion and devotion to work attract artists from all over the world.Maybe we can take for granted all this focus on printmaking for a culture that invented the paper in the beginning of our era, developed the printmaking techniques that were printed on this material and has 2000 years of expertise on both paper and printmaking. However, there is more. 03“Stone from Other Mountains” exhibition is not only about prestigious international artists, the best of their specialty from all over the world, gathered together in an exhibition associated with the Guanlan Biennial. It is the meeting of an international community of print artists, that has pre-existing inner bonds. It also displays a collection of works that contain the great themes posed by contemporary art: the changeable nature of time, the construction of place and identity facing dislocation, the apprehension of the immediate, the communication networks, the rights of minorities, the survival of nature and a warning on our near future, among others.The event brings together 65 artists from the four cardinal points, demonstrating that contemporary printmaking has an ever-increasing local, regional and transversal dissemination becoming a circuit that eludes the vertical and homogenizing integration proposed by globalization. There are artists located in big cities in developed nations next to others who come from small towns in economically unstable countries. Selecting artists from all generations and at different levels of their careers also adds richness to this exhibition. From the masters Tetsuya Noda, Maria Bonomi, Walter Jule and Peter Ford through a plethora of very well established printmakers such as Guy Langevin (Canada), Harumi Sonoyama and Tomiyuki Sakuta (Japan), Ovidiu Petca (Romania), Art Werger (USA), Michel Barzin and Peter Bostel (Belgium), Modhir Ahmed (Swedish born in Iraq), Jan Pamula (Poland), Cleo Wilkinson (Australia), Sandro Brachitta and Alberto Balletti (Italy), Orit Hofshi (Israel) and Taida Jasarevic (Bosnia & Herzegovina) and sending with the talented emerging artists Piotr Skowron (Poland) and Praween Piangchoompu (Tailand), among others. Consequently, this exhibition presents a cross-sectional diversity in all its aspects: age, geography, concepts and techniques that very well exemplifies these tangential connections that we have been spoken previously.Thus, the detailed description of self-portraits, group portraits and everyday objects - which reveals a 50 years evocative story on a Japanese-Israeli biracial-bicultural couple, their children, belongings, family, friends, travels and daily experiences- shines in the Diary Series of Tetsuya Noda, one of the world's leading living print artists. If Tetsuya keeps developing his personal, gorgeous and unusual technique (which combines color woodblock with photo silkscreen) during most of his career, Brazilian Maria Bonomi - another printmaking legend - uses a wide variety of techniques and formats. Her prints are an explosion of dynamic shapes that recall the exuberating Brazilian foliage and her woodcut matrixes can be as large as to become installations in Sao Paulo subways stations. Among her multiples approaches to print media, she was the driving force behind Mostra RioGravura, a remarkable international cutting-edge printmaking exhibition and symposia in Rio de Janeiro in 1999. Walter Jule (Canada) is another internationally recognized printmaker, whose interest in the act of meditation has led him to explore the human experience. He helped to develop the internationally renowned Printmaking Department at the University of Alberta (Canada) and the University of Alberta Collections. His interest in Zen philosophy triggered his many trips to Japan and opened the doors for Japanese artists working in Edmonton (another transversal interaction). Besides to be an accomplished artist and curator, Jules has been a beloved mentor to several generations of international printmakers including myself, before and after I met him personally. Finally, Peter Ford is a British artist, professor and curator. The variety and experimental nature of his printmaking is informed by decades of influences and experiences. Since 1987 he is the artistic director at Off-Centre Gallery, Bristol, UK with a focus on international art on paper. All these artists are in their 80s and they stand more creative than ever, continuing to be a role model for all of us.From North America, the exhibition includes five powerful women whose work is as strong as they are. Lynne Allen (Boston, USA) makes prints and objects. In her work she explores the spaces between domination and struggle, wrongs committed and rights uncorrected. She belongs to a Native American linage, inherited through the women of her family, that came from Standing Rock Indian Reservation in South Dakota and can be tracked up to 1830. This background influences her work and make her conceptual statements extensive to other deprived groups and minorities. Lynne was director of two influential printmaking places in the USA: Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper, and Tamarind Institute for Lithography. In 2011 Leslie Golomb (Pittsburgh, USA) was a prize-winner of the China Guanlan International Print Biennial. This award afforded her two trips to China including a six-week artist in residency at the Guanlan Original Printmaking Base. She masters photogravure, a technique that is simultaneously a print and a photograph producing plates printed in intaglio whose velvety blacks’ images are so delicate as the technique itself. Canadian Davida Kidd (Vancouver, Canada) has received international acclaim for her original and thought-provoking multi-media art works which develop in a unique style. She specializes in print media and manipulated photography using several sources (photography, letters, drawings) digitally merged together. Liz Ingram (Edmonton, Canada) works in various media including etching, lithography, digital print, and installation using a variety of materials as paper, ink, glass, light, shimmering pixels and silk fabrics, among them. Her work attempts to connect the viewer to a sense of awareness of our inextricable and fundamental oneness with nature, and, recently, to the elemental aspect of water to all life forms. Having lived her childhood in India, Liz was exposed to a culture of contrasts. On the one hand the extreme poverty, on the other the exuberance and sensuality of its colors, flavors and sounds sieving through Hinduism philosophy of life. This experience manifests in “Passing Through”, expressing a simultaneously sense of vulnerability and strength, a calm-awareness-of-presence that comes together with a whirlwind of hidden sensations. Finally, what would better express the current times than the premonitory works presented by Barbara Madsen (USA). Pterodactyl and Steel Wool belong to a series of 8 works created during her residency at Guanlan Original Printmaking Base in 2019. In this series Madsen divides the paper in two. In one-part zoomorphic forms show us animals floating in freedom on flats colors which resembles nature. In the other, she depicts a glimpse of the debris belonging to a desolate industrial civilization…may you find any resemblance to reality?Crossing the Atlantic, Ingrid Ledent (Belgium), Margaret Ashman (UK) and Loit Joekalda (Estonia) - three exquisite European artists - express poetic and intangible feelings. Ledent is an accomplished lithographer with an important career over the world as well as in China. Since 2017 she is a Distinguished Professor at the Shanghai Academy of Fine Arts where she set up the lithography workshop. Her works combines lithography with digital print, video works and installations resulting in extraordinary and unique pieces which explore the sense of time. The exhibition includes as well a large group of artists from the East of Europe, enhancing the long tradition of printmaking in this region. Among there are Dimitrije Pecić´s (Serbia) isolated urban landscapes (that we look with other eyes today!), Krzysztof Tomalski´s unique “alintaglios” and Jolanta Rudzka Habisiak´s prints (both from Poland). Jolanta is a very well-known textile artist and Dean at the Academy of Art and Design in Lodz, Poland. Coming from other media, she is a very interesting addition to this selection.Latin American artists Isabel Cauas (Chile), Victor Gómez (Miami, USA born in Cuba) and myself present works that deny the clichés of common identity associated with a fixed territory. Latin American region is far away from being a homogeneous. It is more like a puzzle of identities, stories and passages. The remarkable difference among our images interweaves altered contexts and identity fragments revealing Latin America as a territory of inter-related differences. 04The collective and collaborative nature of printmaking has been highlighted many times. I have had the privilege of working, exhibiting and sharing wonderful moments of my professional and personal life with most of the colleagues who are in this exhibition. As we said before, this group, which apparently only have in common to practice the same discipline, is not by chance gathered in the same exhibition. We are in the presence of one of these transversal bonds, here facilitated by the “Guanlan tripod”, that are so important for contemporary printmaking in particular and for contemporary artistic practices in general. This is what makes this exhibition wonderfully unique.Alicia CandianiDirector of Proyecto Ace, Argentina他山之石2020国际版画名家作品展STONES FROM OTHER MOUNTAINS2020 INTERNATIONAL OUTSTANDING PRINTMAKING ARTISTS' WORKS EXHIBITION开放时间 | Opening Hours:10:00-17:00（周二闭馆 Closed on Tuesday）展览地点 | Exhibition Place:中国版画博物馆3号展厅Exhibition Hall 3, China Printmaking Museum主办单位 | Organizer:中国版画博物馆China Printmaking Museum承办单位丨Conductor：中国·观澜版画原创产业基地China Guanlan Original Printmaking Base- END -【就●】【砖黛】【●】【月04】【免】【然已】【但巴菲】【需】【业的】【免收】【像素】【环管理】【慢上】【进行投】【说，】【品及其】【科学】【间：】【将逐】【追究】【配置】【明显】【赛连】【书。】【山东五金批发市场】【|创造】【格桑花”】外资“买买买”并没有停实际上，继2018年基汇、凯德、黑石在中国掀起“买买买”模式后，外资并未停止收购的步伐。【是】【血，】【，】【其实归】【部】【院项】【，是】【，北】【被粉】【>】【更】【务】【恒，】【€嬬】【入料】村如其名，高坝田村位于一座山头上，四周皆是山峰和峡谷，唯有这座山头地势稍微平缓。闲来玩十三水邀请码【刷爆】【，12】【。】【国】【事长】【余】【相】【平台，】调整后决定执行A级1930元/吨，B 包1860元/吨，C包1830元/吨，D级包1800元/吨，E级包1770元/吨，F级包1740元/吨，纯花1710元/吨。
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