罗菲著《从艺术出发》由上海三联书店出版

从艺术出发

《从艺术出发》

内容简介

本书以中国云南近十年来的当代艺术状况为例,呈现艺术与思想的第一现场。本书分作五个单元:转变中的风景、作为先知的艺术家、过去与现在、本土实验、以艺术筑桥。分别讨论风景艺术在当代的可能性、艺术家的身份与使命、现实变迁对艺术家的影响、中国云南本土艺术状况以及两个国际交流项目的工作日志。作者作为活跃的青年策展人兼艺术家,将判断艺术的直觉与知识、价值维度、社会状况以及艺术家的个人故事构建在一起,呈现出鲜活而具有锐度的艺术现场。全书被翻译为英文,为西方读者了解中国社会及艺术近十年来的状况,提供了重要文献。

作者简介

罗菲:策展人,艺术评论家,艺术家。1982年生于重庆,目前生活和工作于昆明。2004年毕业于云南艺术学院美术学院版画系。2002年至今主要从事以行为艺术、录像等形式为主的观念艺术创作,作品在国内外展出。2005年发起并策划“江湖”艺术项目,该项目获得较大关注。2007年至2015年在昆明TCG诺地卡文化中心担任画廊总监,从事策划展览和众多国际跨文化交流项目。同时写作艺术评论、艺术家访谈,在各类媒体平台上发表。罗菲在艺术界致力于发展地方性当代艺术的独特性,关注当代艺术中的精神性内涵,为中国当代艺术在全球化环境中的协作与对话搭建桥梁。

出版信息

书名 / 从艺术出发——中国当代艺术随笔与访谈
著者 / 罗 菲 (www.luofei.org)
翻译 / 吕元兮(美)、谢飞(美)、马睿奇(美)、肖笛鸣、周巧、李建波、熊文靖
出版策划 / TCG诺地卡文化中心 (www.tcgnordica.com)
出版发行 / 上海三联书店
责任编辑 / 钱震华
设计 / TCG诺地卡文化中心
印刷 / 上海迷尔印务有限公司
版次 / 2014年8月第1版
印次 / 2014年8月第1次印刷
开本 / 700×1000 1/16
字数 / 280千字
印张 / 32
书号 / ISBN 9787542648624
定价 / 78.00元

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推荐语

在这本双语的《从艺术出发》中,罗菲体悟圣言、重建艺术伦理、聆听良知关于艺术与艺术家的感动,将中外艺术家的故事熔铸在其先知般的角色认定与艺术现象的批评直觉中。该书记录了中国云南近十年来的当代艺术的发生,是一部在全球化视野下的地方艺术史,有文献,有思想,更有立场,还有一幕幕展览、创作的现场的原初叙述。如果一年当中只读一部微艺术史,你就应当《从艺术出发》。
——查常平博士(批评家、圣经学者,《人文艺术》主编,成都)

通过他自己的作品以及在TCG诺地卡的工作,罗菲成为了一个重要的建桥者,联通了不同的艺术家,也连接了艺术和社会,他为我们展开了对艺术、信仰和社会的关注与反思。
——杨富雷博士(哥德堡大学汉学副教授,瑞典汉学博士)

在艺术界,已经有很多人和画廊对艺术品的各类价格了然于胸,然而对其价值却毫无所知。罗菲等艺术家开辟了一种区别于资本主导模式或国家主导模式的可能性,这被侯瀚如称作为“第三条道路”。
——安德士•古斯塔夫松(TCG诺地卡前任项目总监,瑞典)

全书目录

序 言
査常平 序
杨富雷 序
安德士•古斯塔夫松 序
自 序

第一章 转变中的风景
要有光——关于裴•约翰森的油画
重要的不是图式——和丽斌2001—2005年创作历程
从荒原来的人——和丽斌“荒原”系列绘画
就地造境—— 一个关于艺术家内心风景的考察计划
“就地造境”项目艺术家书面访谈录
日常生活与“云南方式”——管郁达谈中国当代艺术及“就地造境”
当代的现代主义画家——毛旭辉访谈
一份当代社会的临床报告——关于资佰的摄影
惊叹于创造的美妙——视界:瑞典纺织艺术展
风景艺术的苏醒——奥斯卡•弗贝肯的艺术

第二章 作为先知的艺术家
看哪这城!——关于加里森的画
艺术家的工作就应该给社会充电!——加里森访谈
在你所在之处深挖——约瑟夫•梅勒戈德访谈
穿透艺术的神学——章水访谈
日光下的疾病——胡俊“新生活”系列
何云昌“一米民主”的记号
从艺术、伦理和信仰角度看“艺术卖比”及其问题
等到和好的那一天——朱久洋访谈
当代艺术家的使命向度——关于雷燕的艺术

第三章 过去与现在
画自己的生活——严仁奎访谈
看上去很旧—— 郭棚访谈
道•生生不息——关于张永正的纸本即兴绘画
无根——关于郑青青的艺术
传承与开拓——冯贤波、陈梵元访谈
走出文化的时差——李季访谈
“镜像”与“迷失”——吕力访谈
寻找东方方式——高翔访谈
艺术本身就像一个小孩——李爻访谈

第四章 本土实验
“江湖”里的游戏
江湖这个词比艺术好一点——正杰访谈
“江湖”:先锋派、庙会或者游击队
有关“四季•夏”云南女性艺术展——孙国娟、雷燕访谈
收获的季节——“四季•秋”女性艺术展后记
趣味与现实——明日城市七人展
个人选择——汽车厂艺术家群体七人展
激变中的中国当代艺术
当代艺术在云南——薛滔访谈
价值的土壤——纪念TCG诺地卡十周年
让爱蔓延——以艺术的名义关注HIV艾滋
昆明创库失火记

第五章 以艺术筑桥
以艺术筑桥——写在“桥梁:中国•瑞典艺术家交流项目”第二部分开展之前
“桥梁”项目工作日志(昆明)
“桥梁”项目与“幸福五年计划”项目工作日志(瑞典)
附录:孙国娟《我的朝鲜国籍的由来和我一直守护着它的理由》

致 谢

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英文介绍
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To Start from Art

Essays and Interviews on Chinese Contemporary Art

Author: Luo Fei
Translated by Becky Davis(US), Jeff Crosby(US), R. Orion Martin(US), Xiao Diming(CN), Zhou Qiao(CN), Li Jianbo(CN), Xiong Wenjing(CN)
Publication Planning TCG Nordica Culture Center (www.tcgnordica.com)
Published by Shanghai Joint Publishing Co.Ltd
Executive Editor: Qian Zhenhua
Book Design: TCG Nordica Culture Center
Copyright: Authors (texts) and artists (pictures)
ISBN: 9787542648624
Price: 78RMB  (oversea purchase please contact with luofeiart@gmail.com)

Book Introduction 

This book uses examples from the past decade of contemporary art in Yunnan Province to demonstrate developments in Chinese art and ideas. It is divided into five sections: “Landscape in Transition”, “Artist as Prophet”, “Past and Present”, “Local Experiments” and “Using Art to Build Bridges”. Topics for each section include, respectively, discussions of the possibility of landscape art in the contemporary era, the mission and identity of the artist, the impact of changing real life circumstances on artists, the local Yunnan art scene, and daily chronicles of two international exchange programs. An active young curator and artist, the author weaves together assessments of the artistic value of various works, descriptions of their social context, and artists’ personal stories to paint a portrait of a vibrant and fresh art scene. The book has been translated in its entirety into English, making it an important resource for Western readers seeking a deeper understanding of Chinese society and arts over the past ten years.

About Author

Luo Fei is a curator, art critic and artist born in 1982 in Chongqing who currently lives and works in Kunming. He graduated in 2004 from the Fine Arts College of Yunnan Arts University, where he majored in printmaking. Since 2002, he has been primarily engaged in the creation of performance art, video works, and other forms of conceptual art, exhibiting both within China and abroad. In 2005, he planned and initiated the art project “Jianghu,” which received much national attention. Luo Fei has been Gallery Director of TCG Nordica Cultural Center in Kunming from 2007 to 2015, where he curates and organizes numerous international exhibitions and cross-cultural projects. He also contributes art reviews and artist interviews to various media platforms. Paying particular attention to the spiritual connotations of works, Luo Fei has dedicated himself to the description of what makes local Chinese contemporary art scenes unique within international greater art landscape, building bridges for dialogue and collaboration in the Chinese contemporary art field in an increasingly globalized world.

Contents

Prefaces
Preface by Zha Changping
Preface by Fredrik Fällman
Preface by Anders Gustafsson
Author’s Preface

Part I Landscape in Transition
Let There Be Light: On Per Johansson’s Oil Painting
It’s Not the Schema That Matters: He Libin’s Creative Process From 2001 To 2005
The Man From the Wilderness: He Libin’s “Wilderness” Painting Series
Inscape on the Spot: A Survey of Artists’ Inner Landscapes
Interviews on “Inscape” Project: Written Interviews Between Luo Fei And Artists
Daily Life and the Yunnanese Way: The Second Dialogue of the “Inscape On The Spot” Art Exhibition
An Interview With Mao Xuhui, A Contemporary Modernist Painter
A Clinical Report on Contemporary Society: On Zi Bai’s Photography
Amazed by the Wonders of Creation: “Views: Swedish Textile Art Exhibition”
A Revival of Landscape Art: On Oscar Furbacken’s Art

Part II Artist as Prophet
The Cell’s Longing: On Jonathan Aumen’s Painting
An artist’s Responsibility is to Recharge Society: An Interview With Jonathan Aumen
Digging Where You Stand: An Interview With Josef Mellergård
Theology Through the Art: An Interview With Jonathan Kearney
Disease Under the Sun: On Hu Jun’s Series Of “New Life”
The Sign of “One Meter Democracy”
Looking at the “Art Whore” Phenomenon and Other Problems Through the Lens of Art, Ethics and Faith
Waiting for That Day of Reconciliation: An Interview With Zhu Jiuyang
The Dimensions of the Contemporary Artist’s Duty: Reflections on Lei Yan’s Art

Part III Past and Present
Draw Your Own Life: An Interview With Yan Renkui
It Looks Old: An Interview With Guo Peng
The Dao: To Ceaselessly Grow and Multiply: Reflections on Zhang Yongzheng’s Paper-based Improvisational Works
Rootless: On Ching Ching Cheng’s Art
An Interview With Feng Xianbo And Chen Fanyuan
Getting Over Cultural Jet-lag: An Interview With Li Ji
“Mirror” And “Lost”: An Interview With Adam Lui
Seeking an Eastern Method: An Interview With Gao Xiang
Art is Childlike by Nature: An Interview With Li Yao

Part IV The Local Experiments
Jianghu Games
The Word “Jianghu” Sounds Better Than “Art”: An Interview With Jay Brown
Jianghu: An Avant-Garde Performance, A Temple Fair, or the Work of Guerrilla Warriors?
“Four Seasons: Summer” Yunnan Female Artists Group Exhibition Interview
The Season of Harvest: Remarks on “Four Seasons-Autumn”
Taste And Reality: The Collective Exhibition of Seven Artists in Mingri Chengshi Residential Area
Individual Choices: The Collective Exhibition of Seven Artists in the Automobile Factory
Chinese Contemporary Art in A Transitional Era
Contemporary Art in Yunnan: An Interview With Xue Tao
Soil for the Cultivation of Values: For the Tenth Anniversary of TCG Nordica
Extending The Love: Artistic Reflection on HIV/Aids Situation in China
Kunming’s Loft Was on Fire

Part V Using Art to Build Bridges
Using Art to Build Bridges: For Bridges II, A Chinese-Swedish Artists Exchange Project
The “Bridges” Project Journal I — Kunming
The “Bridges” Project Journal II and “Happiness, A Five-Year Plan” Project — Sweden
Appendix: “The Origin of My North Korean Nationality, and the Reason I Have Kept It” by Sun Guojuan

Acknowledgements
Postscript

Recommendation

“In this bilingual book To Start from Art, Luo Fei grasps the Word, rebuilds artistic morals, and listens to his conscience about what moves art and artists, forging the stories of Chinese and international artists into his view of the artist’s prophetic role and his critical insight into artistic phenomena. The book records the contemporary art events of Yunnan over the past decade, and stands as a local art history with global vision, complete with documents, ideas, views and original accounts of many exhibitions and scenes of creation. If you only read one art micro-history this year, it should be To Start from Art.
——Dr. Zha Changping
Critic, Biblical Scholar, Chief-editor of Journal for Humanities and Art, Chengdu

“Through his own work and his work with TCG Nordica, Luo Fei is an important bridge builder between artists, between art and society, opening up for reflection on art, faith and social concerns.”
——Fredrik Fällman
Associate Professor of Chinese Studies; University of Gothenburg, Sweden

“The art scene already has so many people and galleries that know the price of everything, but the value of nothing. Luo Fei is one of those artists who opens up a space of what Hou Hanru would call a ‘third way’ — something different from the capitalist-dominated or state-dominated models.”
——Anders Gustafsson
Former Program Director of TCG Nordica Gallery, Sweden