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MIRROR AND SHADOW: CONTEMPORARY ART FROM CHINA
FEB 19 - MAR 31, 2013
10.00-18.00 PM

ARTIST :
WANG NIANDONG
BU HUA
CHEN YUFAN
CHEN YUJUN
LIU WEI
WANG FENGHUA
YANG XUN


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Untitled
by Liu Wei
200x300 cm | Oil on Canvas
2010

EXHIBITION INFO

Participated artists:

- Bu Hua

- Chen Ke

- Chen Yufan

- Chen Yujun

- Gao Yu

- Jin Nv

- Li Qing

- Liu Wei

- Qiu Jiongjiong

- Unmask

- Wang Fenghua

- Wang Niandong

- Wei Jia

- Xu Maomao

- Yan Chong

- Yang Xun

- YuanYuan

 

 

The reality problem faced by  these artists at least contain the interaction and tension between the appreciation of social change and the development of modernity. Some artists articulate their appreciation through a framework of value in abstractive process of reflection, pointing to the various layers of circumstances and experiences as abstract images that describe the attitude and appreciation of the fundamentals. The poet Kahlil Gibran said: “Art is a step from what is obvious and well-known toward what is arcane and concealed.” An artist or a person may live the experience of the reality of life as the appearance of the shadow of real values state, which is hidden under layers of ignorance itself. Artistic expression then serves to transcend concrete life experiences into the experience of living the values and experiences.