On June 10, 2014, the Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art officially announced today that it would hold an “Ephemeral • Eternal-replica cartiers Time Art Exhibition” from July 19 to October 12 this year. Mr. Yoshioka Toren, as curator. Through more than 180 precious timepiece masterpieces that span more than a century, the endless pursuit of beauty in both the Eastern and Western cultures and arts in the realm of time.
Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art (referred to as Contemporary Museum) is the first public contemporary art museum in mainland China in this sense. The Contemporary Pavilion was formerly known as Nanshi Power Plant. In 2010, it became the Shanghai Future Museum of the Shanghai World Expo. It was rebuilt into the Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art in 2012. The Contemporary Museum, located on the left bank of the Huangpu River, is a distinctive landmark in Shenzhen. It is a 165-meter-high reinforced concrete chimney that is a symbol of modern industry and modern urban life based on thermal power for more than 100 years. As a non-profit art institution, the Contemporary Museum provides a platform for many young curators and emerging artists to practice and operate based on collecting, researching, and displaying contemporary art. At the same time, it provides a public contact, appreciation, and understanding of modern art: a stylish space and friendly interface.
Like a journey across time, the “replica cartier watches time art exhibition” is one of the largest timepiece art exhibitions open to the public before moving to the Singapore Museum of Arts and Sciences.
The guests at this press conference included Mr. Li Xu, deputy director of the Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art, and Mr. Pierre Reynold, director of an replica cartier image, style, and heritage from France.
Deputy Director Liu said, “This exhibition will be a rare exchange of art and culture. It will interpret and interpret time through art. Especially on the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and France, this exhibition will be a thing The dialogue between Fang arts sparked a spark of an ideological collision between cultures. “Then Deputy Curator Liu introduced us to the predecessor of the Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art. The terminal created a Nanshi Electric Light Factory for 30 street lights. Shanghai Huashang Electric Power Co., Ltd. was established in 1918 and moved to its current site in 1935. In 2020, all three units of the Nanshi Power Plant have ceased operation and started reconstruction projects. The Nanshi Power Plant has witnessed the change in Shanghai’s entire industrial era. One of its hallmarks is the 165-meter-high chimney. It is a reinforced concrete structure with a design life of 50 years. The maximum diameter at the bottom is 16.4 meters, and the width at the top is 5.6 meters.
Among the more than 180 precious timepieces to be displayed in this exhibition, Since its first exhibition in 1989, the Cartier Collection has covered 27 authoritative cultural and artistic institutions around the world. It has been invited to exhibit in the Metropolitan Museum of New York, the British Museum in London, the Grand Palais in Paris, and other places for the global exchange of French art and culture. Communication has been a driving force. At the same time, it also has deep roots with China. It has been exhibited in the Shanghai Museum, the Beijing Palace Museum, the Taipei Palace Museum, and the Liaoning Provincial Museum. the Cartier Collection came to China again, hoping to lead the Chinese audience to enjoy the art of time while exploring the evolutionary process and cross-cultural influence of Western timepiece art, so as to advance the relationship between China and France. Cultural exchange.
The curator of this exhibition is Mr. Tokuhito Yoshioka, a world-renowned artist, and designer. He has twice won the annual outstanding design award from the authoritative design magazine “I.D..” His design perfectly blends modernity with innovative materials. Many important works are permanently collected by famous art and cultural institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Centre Pompidou in France.