Archive Art Museum / Beijing, China
22 April 2023 – 22 May 2023
Hong Art Museum / Chongqing, China
21 October 2023 – 31 December 2023
Mark Rothko Museum / Europe
15 February 2024 – 20 March 2024
more exhibitions in 2025
Art and commerce. These two things together are seen by many artists as a bit of a controversial mix, and one easily becomes a little insecure. Maybe it's because art cannot be created with profit in mind, but because it is an inner necessity. A work calls for the artist, who occasionally tries to resist it, but who eventually has to surrender.
Everyday life is filled with joy when you work on your art hour after hour. One knows a great reward awaits. Is there anything better than gaining self-knowledge? Something that comes from one's deep within, and thanks to talent, sees the daylight. A work that is shaped by one's inner drives. Why not let other people see it? People who might also enjoy it and are too happy to enter into dialogue with you and your work?
Archive Art Museum Beijing, Museum Project, 2023
HONG ART MUSEUM, 50 YEARS OF SINO-EUROPEAN CULTURAL EXCHANGE, 2022
Wolfgang Rudischhauser, Generalkonsul von Deutschland in Chengdu, Eröffnungsrede, Hong Art Museum, 2022
Hong Art Museum in Chongqing (the world’s largest metropolis), China, 2020
CCTV Chongqing reports on Pashmin Art – Hong Art Museum Chongqing, 2020
Recognition of New Artistic Voices in Kunming, 2018.
Exhibition of Pashmin Art Consortia on the occasion of the 5th anniversary of ROTHKO CENTRE, 2018
Museum of Contemporary Art Beijing, 2015
... at the MUSEUM EXHIBITION PROJECT of Pashmin Art Consortia. In cooperation with various art museums and art centers around the world, we organize "Pashmin Art Circulation". These are exhibition projects in which artists from different countries take part. The friendly cultural exchange proves to be just as diverse and fruitful as the range of exhibits from the fields of painting, sculpture, photography, video art, installation, etc.
Professor Dr. Wang Shaojun, China
Hanne Laland, Sweden
Rainer Hoffelner, Germany
Sophie Le Van Gong, France
Robert Hoffmann, Germany
Atmani Blok, Netherlands
Art is systematically significant because it inspires our imagination; the absolute prerequisite for developing innovative solutions for upcoming problems. Art overcomes barriers and penetrates deep into the hearts of our fellow human beings. The intention of “Pashmin Art Circulation” is to start the intellectual and artistic exchange between different cultures and to contribute to this cultural exchange in the future. The exhibition will show the influence art has on promoting friendships between cultures. To understand what foreign is, first and foremost, you should learn something about its cultural origin and perceive and accept the difference, and simultaneously discover similarities.
KUNMING AIRLINES MAGAZINE – museum exhibition – RECOGNITION OF NEW ARTISTIC VOICES
MARK ROTHKO MUSEUM AND ART CENTER, Latvia
HONG ART MUSEUM EXHIBITION, CHONGQING, CHINA
...and other media representing selected artists with their national and individual artistic languages. With their curiosity and their desire to make, the artists convey their own contribution to the dialogue. Each artist has his / her own original, individual artistic vocabulary and his / her own understanding. Along with others, his / her position on the world map is seen as a sign that we are together; a symbol of love and friendship that is reflected in culture. In this case, both cultures learn from each other and can find together.
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Pashmin Art Consortia, founded by Nour Nouri in 1990, is an art company with different sections and activities including a gallery (Pashmin Art Gallery) with five branches (Hamburg, Bad Tölz, Shanghai, Beijing and Chongqing), a publishing company (Pashmin Art Publisher), a bilingual online art Magazine (Global Art Magazine), an art managament department (Pashmin Art Management), a website for emerging artists (Pashmin Art Emerging) and a series of itinerant grand exhibitions at contemporary art museums (Pashmin Art Circulation). It began its activities in the art market by exhibiting works by German artists and later expanded to include artists from various other countries.