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Cai Guo-Qiang. Gunpowder

I did a little research on the internet today on mark making. Amongst the suggested artists (Picasso, Klee & Van Gogh) – I found a few other examples which I particularly like… I h…

On June 15, artist Cai Guo­-Qiang sent a 500m Ladder of Fire into the sky above Huiyu Island Harbour in China.

“On June 15, artist Cai Guo­-Qiang sent a 500m Ladder of Fire into the sky above Huiyu Island Harbour in China.”

Cai Guo-Qiang Head On, 2006 99 life-sized replicas of wolves and glass wall. Wolves: gauze, resin, and painted hide

From Cai Studio, Cai Guo-Qiang 蔡国强, Head On (2006), 99 life-sized replicas of wolves and glass wall. Wolves: gauze, resin, and painted hide

Cai Guo-Qiang,Sky Ladder, 2015. Photo by Wen-You Cai. Courtesy of Cai Studio.

Globe-trotting figures like Ai WeiWei have brought international attention to China, but these artists shaped the country’s contemporary art scene from within.

8, 300 shells ignited to form a black pyramid as well as colorful circles,   triangles and rectangles; shapes which hold significant meaning for the arabs.

in a fusion of qatari and quanzhou imagery, the exhibit features new works that highlight the little known connection between the asian and middle eastern cultures.

Murmuration: 10,000 Porcelain Birds Create a Calligraphic Landscape at the National Gallery of Victoria | Colossal

As part of a new large-scale exhibit at Australia’s National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang (previously) has created a swarm of 10,000 porcelain birds, titled Murmuration (Landscape). The multi-part winter exhibition at the museum combines Cai’s contemporary work with the display of a selection of China’s famed ancient terracotta warriors. Cai, who is best known for his enormous artworks that utilize fireworks, assembled the vast quantity of birds and smudged…

Happy Year of the Ram—祝贺羊年快乐—Celebrate w Cai Guoqiang firework #video @ChinaFile @AsiaSociety —http://www.chinafile.com/

“Happy Year of the Ram—祝贺羊年快乐—Celebrate w Cai Guoqiang firework #video @ChinaFile @AsiaSociety —http://t.co/unPNYLFT1h”

Daytime fireworks; cai guo qiang: saraab at mathaf arab museum of modern art, qatar

in a fusion of qatari and quanzhou imagery, the exhibit features new works that highlight the little known connection between the asian and middle eastern cultures.

Cai Guo-Qiang (Chinese, b. 1957) - Dragon Cypress, Gunpowder on paper, 300.0 × 400.0 cm (2009)

Cai Guo-Qiang (Chinese, b. 1957) - Dragon Cypress, Gunpowder on paper, 300.0 × 400.0 cm (2009)