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Olyvia Fine Art

Exhibition Detail
Frontiers
17 Ryder Street
London SW1Y 6PY
United Kingdom


April 14th, 2011 - May 22nd, 2011
 
Paper Bride (Between two words), Zeng ChuanxingZeng Chuanxing, Paper Bride (Between two words),
2007, oil on canvas, 270 x 120 cm
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Olyvia Fine Art presents its Spring Group Show, Frontiers; an exhibition focused on contemporary Asian painters from China, Japan, Korea, Iran and India.

 

Throughout the years since its inception, Olyvia Fine Art has enjoyed great success promoting contemporary Asian art. Many of the artists that have graced the galleries walls are now well established and are achieving international acclaim, many of which are presented here in Frontiers.

 

Many of the artists presented in the show come from conservative countries where tradition plays an important role in everyday life; for many, such traditions are now often at odds with the modern challenges they face causing many to consider the notion of identity, individually and nationally. Focusing on their country’s rapidly advancing transformations these artists tackle the changes they face in a variety of ways, some subtlety like Zhong Biao, others more directly like Shahriar Ahmadi and yet some focus inwardly and represent their own traditions in a contemporary manner like Pooya Aryanpour.

 

Other artists included in the exhibition are Ling Jian, Gerry Judah, Zeng Fanzhi, Zeng Chuanxing and Farhad Moshiri.

 

The exhibition opens on April 14 and runs until 15th May (extended to 22 May).


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