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Li Hongbo flexible sculptures will blown your mind

Classical sculptures revisited by Li Hongbo, a Beijing artist who uses mixed styles to bring to life these magical moving statues.Sculptures are made of...

Two Generations of Contemporary Chinese Art

Brian Wallace, founding director of Red Gate Gallery, is pleased to announce the return of the gallery’s 20thAnniversary Exhibition – Two Generations of Contemporary...

Serene Scent: New Ink Painting

Over the last two decades, new ink painting has been the integral part of Chinese contemporary art movement/scene, and with the development of societal/economical...

How to make art with human hair

Dexuan Zhang, a 66 year old man from Chengdu, creates portraits of people using human hair and wires.Zhang reported hair diameter of young people...

Cities and Manufactured “Standards”: Yang Mian’s Work

Standards are subjective and man-made. But what do we mean by “standards”?A standard is simultaneously a fixed measure, something deemed proper and acceptable, or...

“Black and White” and the Disappearance of the Modern Character

"Experimental ink and wash" has already a fairly long history.Professor at Beijing University, Tutor of Doctor's Degree Candidates, Art CriticAs a new cultural...

Rules of the Game in Experimental Ink and Wash

Rules of the Game in Experimental Ink and Wash.I. Striving for the Independent Academic Status of Ink and Wash The Starting point of experimental ink...

Opening and Extending: The Significance of Experimental Ink and Wash in Art History

The discussion about experimental ink and wash since the 1990s has centered on the problem of whether experimental ink and wash can get into...

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