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Exhibition Detail
Splendor- YANG GALLERY Beijing Grand Opening Exhibition
Curated by: YANG WEI
3rd Taoci Street, 798 Art District, No. 4 Jiuxianqiao Road, Chaoyang District
100015 Beijing
China
China


June 18th, 2011 - July 18th, 2011
Opening: 
June 18th, 2011 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
 
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What You See is not Necessarily True, Chen WenlingChen Wenling,
What You See is not Necessarily True,
Bronze, 190 x 294 x 98 cm
© YANG GALLERY Singapore & Beijing
Top of the World, Chen WenlingChen Wenling, Top of the World,
Mied Media, 190 x 50 x 50 cm
© YANG GALLERY Singapore & Beijing
Chinese Carnival no. 10, Chen Zhuo + Huang KeyiChen Zhuo + Huang Keyi, Chinese Carnival no. 10,
C-Print Photography, 90 x 140 cm
© YANG GALLERY Singapore & Beijing
Chinese Carnival no. 6, Chen Zhuo + Huang KeyiChen Zhuo + Huang Keyi, Chinese Carnival no. 6,
C-Print Photography, 120 x 180 cm
© YANG GALLERY Singapore & Beijing
Love River, Feng FengFeng Feng, Love River,
Oil on Canvas, 150 x 300 cm
© YANG GALLERY Singapore & Beijing
Watch Movie- In the Mood for Love, He WenjueHe Wenjue, Watch Movie- In the Mood for Love,
Oil on Canvas, 200 x 300 cm
© YANG GALLERY Singapore & Beijing
Watch Movie- Dream of the Red Mansions, He WenjueHe Wenjue,
Watch Movie- Dream of the Red Mansions,
Oil on Canvas, 200 x 300 cm
© YANG GALLERY Singapore & Beijing
Lip Language- Sensuality, Liu HongLiu Hong, Lip Language- Sensuality,
Oil on Canvas, 180 x 150 cm
© YANG GALLERY Singapore & Beijing
Lip Language- Temptation, Liu HongLiu Hong, Lip Language- Temptation,
Oil on Canvas, 180 x 150 cm
© YANG GALLERY Singapore & Beijing
1956- 1976: The Marketplace, Pan DehaiPan Dehai, 1956- 1976: The Marketplace,
Oil on Canvas, 170 x 200 cm
© YANG GALLERY Singapore & Beijing
1956 - 1976: The Journalist, Pan DehaiPan Dehai, 1956 - 1976: The Journalist,
Oil on Canvas, 170 x 200 cm
© YANG GALLERY Singapore & Beijing
Falling, Wang ChuanWang Chuan, Falling,
Oil on Canvas, 200 x 250 cm
© YANG GALLERY Singapore & Beijing
Color Body, Wang ChuanWang Chuan, Color Body,
Oil on Canvas, 200 x 200 cm
© YANG GALLERY Singapore & Beijing
Give Prayer, WU MINGZHONGWU MINGZHONG, Give Prayer,
Acrylic on Canvas, 300 x 600 cm
© YANG GALLERY Singapore & Beijing
Sumo-wrestling, WU MINGZHONGWU MINGZHONG, Sumo-wrestling,
Acrylic on Canvas, 200 x 250 cm
© YANG GALLERY Singapore & Beijing
Sailor on a Horse, Yu FanYu Fan, Sailor on a Horse,
Bronze, 80 x 80 x 28 cm
© YANG GALLERY Singapore & Beijing
Marcel Duchamp with Birds, Yu FanYu Fan, Marcel Duchamp with Birds,
Bronze, 153 x 70 x 70 cm
© YANG GALLERY Singapore & Beijing
A.D, Yue MinjunYue Minjun, A.D,
Oil on Canvas, 300 x 400 cm
© YANG GALLERY Singapore & Beijing
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  A Gathering of Heroes: A preface to 'Splendor', an exhibition featuring twn of the most established Chinese Contemporary Artists. 

  We exhibit works of ten artists; as ten in Chinese is a number standing for comprehensiveness, we hope the audience will find this comprehensive character as our ten artists convey their splendor to you. The other significance of Splendiferous is the brilliance 'contained' in each artist; each of the ten artists show their unique styles through their work, and just like the poem says 'one man, the world he lives in, one flower, the heaven it blossoms'. 

  Usually, exhibtions have a subject matter that helps to emphasize similarities among artists so that one can find the subject matter from works of those several similar artists; however this exhibition is quite the opposite, the subject matter is constituted by differences among those several artists, so that each individual artist shows his or her style and creativity. This hodgepodge layout certainly bears on the open mind of the director on YANG GALLERY. As a passionate promoter of Chinese Contemporary Art, Susanna Yang endeavours at showing the multitude and the resourcefulness of the genre.

  In fact, Chinese Contemporary Art has in recent years changed drastically, mainly, on slimming down of form of consciousness; Chinese Contemporary Art no longer flatters the West by expressing a different kind of consciousness, but instead it is going back to its proper cultural content and becoming a kind of humanistic narrative of everyday life. The abundant possibilities of everyday life cultivate the richness of Chinese Contemporary Art  and the latter displays the complex characteristics that are constantly changing under the different perspectives of the audience. 

  This exhibition tries to show such diversity, these ten artists are all exemplars, and combined together they cover almost all of the thirty years of the history of Chinese Contemporary Art. I entitle the exhibition 'Splendiferous' not only for the difference of their styles, but more importantly based on the fact that each is unique. It is not inappropriate, based on their being representatives of Chinese Contemporary Art, with that I call their collective, 'Splendor' .

  Yang Wei, Curator

  At Tongzhou, June 1st 2011


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