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        「未完成」群展

        展覽時間:2019-12-21 - 2020-05-17

        展覽城市: 南京

        展覽機構:四方當代美術館

        展覽地址:南京市浦口區珍七路9號

        策 展 人:劉林參展人員:成佳亮,崔潔,福泰基,郭錫麒,胡昀,李巨川,倪有魚,邱岸雄,石青,孫明經,徐悲鴻,張永和

        展覽介紹

        四方當代美術館很榮幸地向您宣布,「地形學」項目第三回展覽「未完成」將於2019年12月21日開幕,展期持續至2020年5月17日。
        本次展覽源自一部未完成的城市規劃方案,即1929年編定的《首都計劃》(下文簡稱《計劃》)。1927年,國民政府定都南京后,立即著手打造新國都,將歐美的城市規劃理念及市政建設經驗引入,改造這座古老的南方首都,希望以此為示範,讓整個國家和國民迅速摩登起來。1928年,國民政府邀請美國建築師亨利·墨菲全面主持對新都的規劃。計劃在1929年編定完成後,斷續實施,最後於1949年廢止。
        《計劃》被譽為中國的第一份現代意義上的城市規劃方案,它不僅奠定了南京當代城市空間的基本格局和屬性,也涉及了這個新興的民族國家對於「現代性」的渴望與想象。就這層意義而言,《計劃》也不再只是一本城市規劃方案,而同時也是一份微觀的(試點性的)現代性的總體方案。它試圖將古老的中國人的身體置於一個全新的、充斥著現代技術、現代生活方式的時間和空間秩序中,以期立於「世界民族之林」。
        展覽從這部方案出發,邀請十餘位藝術家就此展開創作和漫遊,並搜集了一批關於《計劃》的重要歷史文獻,讓藝術作品(包括繪畫、裝置、文本、影像與工作坊等)與這些老的書信、手稿、紀錄片、照片、地圖互為註解,讓藝術家對於歷史的體驗/想象/寫作與象徵著歷史本身的「物證」交錯排列在展廳的空間中。除了追問中國早期現代性的起源與細節,展覽還試圖去傳達一種關於現代性的混雜,一種關於現代中國在其自身的演進道路上不同(有時甚至是水火不容)勢力、立場、態度和性情的扭打和交織,進而討論中國現代性進程(這個過程直至現在)的複雜性及其綿延。
        展覽期間,我們還將發起一系列與城市空間有關的公共項目,號召大家一起參與,探索這部古老的方案與當代南京城市之時間和空間的關聯。
        關於四方當代美術館
        四方當代美術館坐落於蒼翠秀美的南京老山佛手湖畔,由被美國時代雜誌稱為「美國最好的建築師」斯蒂文·霍爾設計。建立在一個多元化的當代藝術館藏的基礎之上,美術館定期策劃展覽,為公眾呈現了亞洲乃至全球獨一無二的藝術人文景觀。同時美術館通過廣泛的藝術和文化項目持續推動本土藝術環境的發展與國際交流,展現當下藝術、設計等領域中的先鋒力量,文化教育活動則引導公眾接觸前沿藝術和人文思潮,推動公眾文化教育的普及。
        此外,整個藝術湖區還有23棟由國際建築大師設計的建築,其中包括磯崎新、埃托·索特薩斯、大衛·艾德加耶、王澍、劉家琨、SANAA建築事務所、馬修斯·克勞茲與艾未未等。這些建築可供藝術家創作和公眾短期休閑租用。
        Sifang Art Museum is proud to announce that its upcoming exhibition "Uncompleted", the third part of the 「Topographies" series, will open on December 21, 2019, and will last until May 17, 2020.
        This exhibition derives from an unrealized urban planning proposal, "The City Plan of Nanking" (abbreviated as "The Plan" hereinafter), which was first elaborated in 1919. In 1927, after the Nationalist government shifted the capital to Nanjing, they immediately set about creating a new national capital, bringing in European and American ideas in urban planning and experience in city building. This transformed the ancient capital of Nanjing. The aim was to set an example, allowing the entire nation and the people to quickly modernize. In 1928, the Nationalist government invited the American architect Henry Murphy to oversee the overall planning for the new capital. After the plan was created in 1929, it was implemented in pieces until finally being abolished in 1949.
        "The Plan" was lauded as the first modern urban planning proposal in China. Not only did the plan establish the basic structure and attributes of contemporary urban space in Nanjing, it also dealt with the desire and imagination of "modernity" in this newly established nation-state. On this level, "The Plan" is not merely one urban planning proposal but is at the same time a microscopic (experimental) modern total plan. It attempted to situate ancient Chinese bodies within an entirely new spatio-temporal order suffused with modern technology and modern living, in the hopes of standing up in the "world's forest of nations".
        Starting from this proposal, the exhibition has invited a dozen or so artists to engage in creating and wandering. The exhibition has brought together some important historical archival material related to the "The Plan", allowing artworks (including drawings, installations, texts, videos, and workshops, among others) to serve as annotations—and vice versa—for these old books, letters, drafts, documentary films, photos, maps, allowing the artists' historical experiences/imagination/writings to be displayed in interconnection within the exhibition space alongside the "material evidence" symbolizing history itself. Aside from tracing the origins and details of early modernity in China, the exhibition also attempts to transmit a kind of hybridity concerning modernity, one related to how vastly divergent (even utterly incompatible) forces, stances, attitudes, and dispositions wrestled and intermingled along modern China's path of evolution—thereby exploring the complexities and continuities in the course of Chinese modernity (a process that continues to this day).
        Over the course of the exhibition, we will also launch a series of public programming related to urban spaces. We call on everyone to participate in this exploration of the connections between this old proposal and the time and space of contemporary Nanjing.
        About Sifang Art Museum
        Sifang Art Museum, located in the lush green landscape near Foshou Lake in Nanjing, China, is designed by 'America's Best Architect' (named by Time Magazine) Steven Holl. The museum itself holds high quality, changing curatorial exhibitions based on its diverse collection of international and Chinese contemporary art throughout years. it aims to introduce the newest forms of art and to contribute to the growth of public appreciation for contemporary art while trying to create a destination of art, architecture, design, and other artistic activities in the natural environment of Laoshan National Forest Park.
        The collective also features 23 designer homes conceived by world renowned architects including Arata Isozaki, Ettore Sottsass, David Adjaye, Wang Shu, Liu Jiakun, SANNA, Mathiaz Klotz, Ai Weiwei and many more. These villas can be used as artists' studio and short-term holiday rental.


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