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Aimer Artistry

Aimer Artistry integrates art, aesthetics, creativity, and feminism to create diverse perspectives and artistic experiences. Aimer Artistry aims to share these experiences with the public through the Aimer Museum of Art, which is located at Aimer headquarters in Beijing, China.

Aimer Museum of Art

Founded in 2008, the Aimer Museum of Art is a non-profit art museum that exhibits contemporary art, national cultural heritage items, and folk artworks. The museum is open to the public and is committed to promoting contemporary art, highlighting social issues, and supporting artists. The museum has hosted and displayed over a hundred exhibitions featuring renowned artists from around the world and aims to provide a platform for the public to perceive art from multiple perspectives. The Aimer Art Museum has two locations: Beijing and Suzhou.

 Aimer Museum of Art

----Beijing----

The Aimer Museum of Art in Beijing was established in 2008 and is located on the 2nd floor of Aimer Headquarters.  In March 2022, the museum invited experts Xu Hailin and Fang Qinghua, whose work in Suzhou-style wooden boat crafting and bird cage crafting, respectively, tells the story of the history and heritage of contemporary Suzhou art.

In April 2023, the Aimer Museum of Art in Beijing presented the exhibition "HUXI," created by 7 young artists who used abstract, contemporary art to communicate the importance of connecting with nature. The artists created an immersive exhibition that explored the essence of living through nature and using it to reduce the superficial burdens we impose on ourselves.

In December 2022, 11 young and emerging artists were invited to create the joint exhibition "A Bundle of Perceptions" to express how they view life, the world, and themselves.

In April 2023, the Aimer Museum of Art in Beijing presented the exhibition "HUXI," created by 7 young artists who used abstract, contemporary art to communicate the importance of connecting with nature. The artists created an immersive exhibition that explored the essence of living through nature and using it to reduce the superficial burdens we impose on ourselves.

 Aimer Museum of Art

----Suzhou----

The Aimer Museum of Art in Suzhou was founded in 2016 and is located on the 2nd floor of the Aimer Ecological Factory.


In January 2022, the museum hosted Yang Qilei's solo exhibition "Overlapped Rules," showcasing the dynamics between the East and West through aesthetic patterns

In November 2022, Aimer School's "Dreamers" public welfare program exhibited their artwork at the museum, featuring flower blossoms designs that highlighted the innocence of children.

In December 2022, Sun Kuan and A. Ding collaborated to present their exhibition "Picking Plants in the Courtyard." The exhibition highlights the spirit of traditional Chinese aesthetics and promotes the dissemination of Chinese culture around the world.

Aimer Art Season

Aimer Art Season

1

Dragonfly Eyes by Xu Bing

Aimer Art Season 1 debuted at the Aimer Fashion Factory on September 14, 2019, featuring Dragonfly eyes, a video artwork by world-renowned artist and Cornell University professor Xu Bing. Dragonfly eyes was Xu's first attempt at video art, and it was screened in an open-air pavilion for Aimer employees and artists.

Aimer Art Season

2

Background Story

Aimer Art Season 2 debuted at the Aimer Museum of Art in Beijing on October 14, 2020, featuring Background Story, an assemblage piece by world-renowned artist Xu Bing in his first permanent exhibition. The artwork is made entirely of trash, combined together to form a intricate and beautiful mountainside background reminiscent of Xu's childhood memories of visiting friends.

Aimer Art Season

3

Beauty Through Experience

Aimer Art Season 3 debuted on August 6, 2021, and ran through October 15, 2021. It marked the 100th anniversary of the Suzhou Kunqu Opera Institute and featured performances from 24 female, contemporary Chinese Kunqu Opera performers. The exhibition, hosted at the Aimer Kunqu Opera Experience Hall in Suzhou (formerly Suzhou Kunqu Opera Institute), aimed to convey the theme of “Beauty Through Experience” by fusing Kunqu Opera and contemporary art, paying tribute to traditions while also celebrating contemporary women’s values.

Aimer Kunqu Opera Experience Hall

The Aimer Kunqu Opera Experience Hall was established in 2010 on the former site of the Suzhou Kunqu Opera Institute and aims to preserve the rich history and heritage of traditional Kunqu Opera. The Aimer Kunqu Opera Experience Hall also seeks to share Kunqu Opera with the public through the establishment of a traditional teahouse, opera courses, and the curation of new cultural art collections.

Opening to the public in 2015, the Aimer Kunqu Opera Experience Hall has hosted over 410 public performances of traditional Kunqu Opera, featuring over 70 performers, and attracting over 20,000 viewers. Popular shows include The Pony Pavilion and The Jade Hairpin.