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219,208 Pinpricks, BY FU XIAOTONG, 2015, Handmade paper, Unique Work, Dimensions: 85cm x 116cm / 33.5" x 45.7". Fu Xiaotong is a graduate of the Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts, after which she completed her postgraduate studies in the Department of Experimental Art, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing (CAFA). In her recent series of works on hand-made paper, she evokes vast mountain ranges through an extraordinarily labor-intensive technique, excavating the paper with a needle that she uses to perforate the paper.
219,208 Pinpricks, BY FU XIAOTONG, 2015, Handmade paper, Unique Work, Dimensions: 85cm x 116cm / 33.5" x 45.7". Fu Xiaotong is a graduate of the Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts, after which she completed her postgraduate studies in the Department of Experimental Art, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing (CAFA). In her recent series of works on hand-made paper, she evokes vast mountain ranges through an extraordinarily labor-intensive technique, excavating the paper with a needle that she uses to perforate the paper.
Zen China, BY YUYANG LIU, 2011, Photographic Paper, Edition of 5, Dimensions vary. Yuyang Liu is a freelance photographer currently based in Shanghai, working with Getty Images and The New York Times. He has been self-taught in photography since 2007, and chose to receive a fellowship to New York University in 2014 to study photography.
Zen China, BY YUYANG LIU, 2011, Photographic Paper, Edition of 5, Dimensions vary. Yuyang Liu is a freelance photographer currently based in Shanghai, working with Getty Images and The New York Times. He has been self-taught in photography since 2007, and chose to receive a fellowship to New York University in 2014 to study photography.
Painting Slowness (Malerei der Langsamkeit) 29 Hours, BY SHAN FAN, 2014, Oil on canvas, Unique Work, Dimensions: 100.0cm x 100.0cm / 39.4" x 39.4". Shan Fan first became familiar with the techniques of traditional Chinese painting as a student in China, but when he moved to Hamburg, Germany, in the mid-1980s, his study of abstract Western art altered the way he viewed his own traditions. With its characteristics of honesty, flexibility, elegance, and bendability, bamboo symbolizes the sage and cultivated savant in Chinese tradition.
Painting Slowness (Malerei der Langsamkeit) 29 Hours, BY SHAN FAN, 2014, Oil on canvas, Unique Work, Dimensions: 100.0cm x 100.0cm / 39.4" x 39.4". Shan Fan first became familiar with the techniques of traditional Chinese painting as a student in China, but when he moved to Hamburg, Germany, in the mid-1980s, his study of abstract Western art altered the way he viewed his own traditions. With its characteristics of honesty, flexibility, elegance, and bendability, bamboo symbolizes the sage and cultivated savant in Chinese tradition.
The Moon Rabbit,  BY FU XIAOTONG, Mixed media, Unique Work, Dimensions: 172cm x 45cm x 22cm / 67.7" x 17.7" x 8.7". Fu Xiaotong is a graduate of the Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts, after which she completed her postgraduate studies in the Department of Experimental Art, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing (CAFA). In her recent series of works on hand-made paper, she evokes vast mountain ranges through an extraordinarily labor-intensive technique, excavating the paper with a needle that she uses to perforate the paper.
The Moon Rabbit,  BY FU XIAOTONG, Mixed media, Unique Work, Dimensions: 172cm x 45cm x 22cm / 67.7" x 17.7" x 8.7". Fu Xiaotong is a graduate of the Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts, after which she completed her postgraduate studies in the Department of Experimental Art, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing (CAFA). In her recent series of works on hand-made paper, she evokes vast mountain ranges through an extraordinarily labor-intensive technique, excavating the paper with a needle that she uses to perforate the paper.
Painting Slowness (Malerei der Langsamkeit) 35 Hours, BY SHAN FAN, 2014, Oil on canvas, Unique Work, Dimensions: 100.0cm x 100.0cm / 39.4" x 39.4". Shan Fan first became familiar with the techniques of traditional Chinese painting as a student in China, but when he moved to Hamburg, Germany, in the mid-1980s, his study of abstract Western art altered the way he viewed his own traditions. With its characteristics of honesty, flexibility, elegance, and bendability, bamboo symbolizes the sage and cultivated savant in Chinese tradition. Traditionally, bamboo is also always painted with black ink, because color was regarded an expression of superficiality and opulence and disdained as kitsch.
Painting Slowness (Malerei der Langsamkeit) 35 Hours, BY SHAN FAN, 2014, Oil on canvas, Unique Work, Dimensions: 100.0cm x 100.0cm / 39.4" x 39.4". Shan Fan first became familiar with the techniques of traditional Chinese painting as a student in China, but when he moved to Hamburg, Germany, in the mid-1980s, his study of abstract Western art altered the way he viewed his own traditions. With its characteristics of honesty, flexibility, elegance, and bendability, bamboo symbolizes the sage and cultivated savant in Chinese tradition. Traditionally, bamboo is also always painted with black ink, because color was regarded an expression of superficiality and opulence and disdained as kitsch.
Death of Beauties, BY YUYANG LIU, 2012, Photographic Paper Edition of 5, Dimensions vary. Yuyang Liu is a freelance photographer currently based in Shanghai, working with Getty Images and The New York Times. He has been self-taught in photography since 2007, and chose to receive a fellowship to New York University in 2014 to study photography.
Death of Beauties, BY YUYANG LIU, 2012, Photographic Paper Edition of 5, Dimensions vary. Yuyang Liu is a freelance photographer currently based in Shanghai, working with Getty Images and The New York Times. He has been self-taught in photography since 2007, and chose to receive a fellowship to New York University in 2014 to study photography.
Trees BY LI JIAN GANG, 2008, Ink and colour on paper, Unique Work, Dimensions: 41.0cm x 59.0cm / 16.1" x 23.2". Li Jian Gang specializes in the Chinese “da xieyi” (freehand) painting method of cityscapes. Known for his lively brushwork and sensitive expression with ink smudges, his paintings typically draw a sepia-toned or monochromatic palette that stretches the tonality of Chinese ink, and are at times furnished with colour washes that appear minimal yet fluorescent in effect.
Trees BY LI JIAN GANG, 2008, Ink and colour on paper, Unique Work, Dimensions: 41.0cm x 59.0cm / 16.1" x 23.2". Li Jian Gang specializes in the Chinese “da xieyi” (freehand) painting method of cityscapes. Known for his lively brushwork and sensitive expression with ink smudges, his paintings typically draw a sepia-toned or monochromatic palette that stretches the tonality of Chinese ink, and are at times furnished with colour washes that appear minimal yet fluorescent in effect.
Lithopedion, BY FU XIAOTONG, Mixed media, Unique Work, Dimensions: 165cm x 28cm x 24cm / 65.0" x 11.0" x 9.4". Fu Xiaotong is a graduate of the Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts, after which she completed her postgraduate studies in the Department of Experimental Art, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing (CAFA). In her recent series of works on hand-made paper, she evokes vast mountain ranges through an extraordinarily labor-intensive technique, excavating the paper with a needle that she uses to perforate the paper.
Lithopedion, BY FU XIAOTONG, Mixed media, Unique Work, Dimensions: 165cm x 28cm x 24cm / 65.0" x 11.0" x 9.4". Fu Xiaotong is a graduate of the Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts, after which she completed her postgraduate studies in the Department of Experimental Art, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing (CAFA). In her recent series of works on hand-made paper, she evokes vast mountain ranges through an extraordinarily labor-intensive technique, excavating the paper with a needle that she uses to perforate the paper.
_MG_6200, BY XINNONG WANG, 2017, Oil on Canvas, Unique Work, Dimensions: 50.0cm x 90.0cm / 19.7" x 35.4". Xinnong Wang is an artist engaged in photography and painting, currently based in Daping, China.
_MG_6200, BY XINNONG WANG, 2017, Oil on Canvas, Unique Work, Dimensions: 50.0cm x 90.0cm / 19.7" x 35.4". Xinnong Wang is an artist engaged in photography and painting, currently based in Daping, China.
The Chinese Birth Signs, BY WAH, 2006, Acrylic on Canvas and 24K Gold Unique Work, Dimensions: 65cm x 200cm / 25.6" x 78.7". Wah has since done countless solo exhibitions across Southeast Asia and currently resides in Bali. His works are represented in the collections of various international corporations, banks, five star hotels and resorts, and prominent private collectors.
The Chinese Birth Signs, BY WAH, 2006, Acrylic on Canvas and 24K Gold Unique Work, Dimensions: 65cm x 200cm / 25.6" x 78.7". Wah has since done countless solo exhibitions across Southeast Asia and currently resides in Bali. His works are represented in the collections of various international corporations, banks, five star hotels and resorts, and prominent private collectors.
untitled, BY HANPING FENG, Mixed Media (Acrylic, Ink, Oil & Paper on Canvas), Unique Work, Dimensions: 60cm x 80cm / 23.6" x 31.5". Hanping Feng was born in 1984 in Guilin City, Guangxi province. He graduated in 2008 from the Art School of the Sichuan University with a Bachelor's degree, and in 2015 from Central Saint Martin's Art & Design in London with a Master's degree. He has participated in numerous group exhibitions in London and throughout major cities in China, such as Shanghai, Chengdu, Beijing. He has also had solo exhibitions in Shanghai and in Chengdu.
untitled, BY HANPING FENG, Mixed Media (Acrylic, Ink, Oil & Paper on Canvas), Unique Work, Dimensions: 60cm x 80cm / 23.6" x 31.5". Hanping Feng was born in 1984 in Guilin City, Guangxi province. He graduated in 2008 from the Art School of the Sichuan University with a Bachelor's degree, and in 2015 from Central Saint Martin's Art & Design in London with a Master's degree. He has participated in numerous group exhibitions in London and throughout major cities in China, such as Shanghai, Chengdu, Beijing. He has also had solo exhibitions in Shanghai and in Chengdu.
初冬 BY LI JIAN GANG, 2011, Ink on paper, Unique Work, Dimensions: 75.0cm x 72.0cm / 29.5" x 28.3", Li Jian Gang specializes in the Chinese “da xieyi” (freehand) painting method of cityscapes. Known for his lively brushwork and sensitive expression with ink smudges, his paintings typically draw a sepia-toned or monochromatic palette that stretches the tonality of Chinese ink, and are at times furnished with colour washes that appear minimal yet fluorescent in effect.
初冬 BY LI JIAN GANG, 2011, Ink on paper, Unique Work, Dimensions: 75.0cm x 72.0cm / 29.5" x 28.3", Li Jian Gang specializes in the Chinese “da xieyi” (freehand) painting method of cityscapes. Known for his lively brushwork and sensitive expression with ink smudges, his paintings typically draw a sepia-toned or monochromatic palette that stretches the tonality of Chinese ink, and are at times furnished with colour washes that appear minimal yet fluorescent in effect.
Notions of owl, BY ZHOU CHENGZHOU,  US$ 500, 2018, Giclee Print on Canvas, Edition of 5, Dimensions: 42.4cm x 119.0cm / 16.7" x 46.9". Born in Changde, Hunan, in December 1982, He lives in Beijing and travel around the world. He graduated from the Chinese Department of Peking University. After graduation, he did some fashion and footwear design. He was not until 2015 that he began working on TV dramas. After that, he became an advertisement and documentary director, and took some commercial and artistic films. In 2016, He entered the fashion industry and filmed and photographed Paris fashion week in France. He has been working on directing and cinematography since 2016.
Notions of owl, BY ZHOU CHENGZHOU,  US$ 500, 2018, Giclee Print on Canvas, Edition of 5, Dimensions: 42.4cm x 119.0cm / 16.7" x 46.9". Born in Changde, Hunan, in December 1982, He lives in Beijing and travel around the world. He graduated from the Chinese Department of Peking University. After graduation, he did some fashion and footwear design. He was not until 2015 that he began working on TV dramas. After that, he became an advertisement and documentary director, and took some commercial and artistic films. In 2016, He entered the fashion industry and filmed and photographed Paris fashion week in France. He has been working on directing and cinematography since 2016.
About The Fragility of Matter - Lu Xiao & Kuang Jun Joint Exhibition: As Hegel put it, “Being self-conscious is being conscious.” Reflections on self-consciousness are based on the external other, and self-consciousness is the reflection of consciousness, the knowledge about oneself, which isdifferent from the knowledge of objects. Self-consciousness is self-determination, and recognition, but this determination is based on the other. Decorative Metaphor - Atonement – 13, 2013 installation, Glass, Steel, 1130x560x2mm ARTIST: Kuang Jun. On view till Oct 7, 2018. Courtesy of Space Station (Beijing, China).
About The Fragility of Matter - Lu Xiao & Kuang Jun Joint Exhibition: As Hegel put it, “Being self-conscious is being conscious.” Reflections on self-consciousness are based on the external other, and self-consciousness is the reflection of consciousness, the knowledge about oneself, which isdifferent from the knowledge of objects. Self-consciousness is self-determination, and recognition, but this determination is based on the other. Decorative Metaphor - Atonement – 13, 2013 installation, Glass, Steel, 1130x560x2mm ARTIST: Kuang Jun. On view till Oct 7, 2018. Courtesy of Space Station (Beijing, China).
Metal armor, BY ZHOU CHENGZHOU, US$ 150, Giclee Print on canvas Edition of 5, Dimensions: 60.0cm x 90.0cm / 23.6" x 35.4". Born in Changde, Hunan, in December 1982, He lives in Beijing and travel around the world. He graduated from the Chinese Department of Peking University. After graduation, he did some fashion and footwear design. He was not until 2015 that he began working on TV dramas. After that, he became an advertisement and documentary director, and took some commercial and artistic films. In 2016, He entered the fashion industry and filmed and photographed Paris fashion week in France. He has been working on directing and cinematography since 2016.
Metal armor, BY ZHOU CHENGZHOU, US$ 150, Giclee Print on canvas Edition of 5, Dimensions: 60.0cm x 90.0cm / 23.6" x 35.4". Born in Changde, Hunan, in December 1982, He lives in Beijing and travel around the world. He graduated from the Chinese Department of Peking University. After graduation, he did some fashion and footwear design. He was not until 2015 that he began working on TV dramas. After that, he became an advertisement and documentary director, and took some commercial and artistic films. In 2016, He entered the fashion industry and filmed and photographed Paris fashion week in France. He has been working on directing and cinematography since 2016.
About Xue Feng: Tales on Territories Boers-Li Gallery is delighted to announce Xue Feng’s solo exhibition, Tales on Territories, opening on August 31, 2018. This show marks the artist’s fourth presentation at the gallery, and is comprised of his most recent works on canvas. Working primarily with the medium of oil painting, Xue Feng is known for his ecstatic gestural brush works, his definition of spatiality, and his fascination about nature and its politics of artificiality. Domains 2018-3(Series: works with no series), 2018 painting, oil on canvas ARTIST: Xue Feng. On view till Oct 7, 2018. Courtesy of Boers-Li Gallery (Beijing, China).
About Xue Feng: Tales on Territories Boers-Li Gallery is delighted to announce Xue Feng’s solo exhibition, Tales on Territories, opening on August 31, 2018. This show marks the artist’s fourth presentation at the gallery, and is comprised of his most recent works on canvas. Working primarily with the medium of oil painting, Xue Feng is known for his ecstatic gestural brush works, his definition of spatiality, and his fascination about nature and its politics of artificiality. Domains 2018-3(Series: works with no series), 2018 painting, oil on canvas ARTIST: Xue Feng. On view till Oct 7, 2018. Courtesy of Boers-Li Gallery (Beijing, China).
Platform China Contemporary Art Institute@Beijing Contemporary 2018 presents artists Fu Rao, Liu Gangshun, Qiu Ruixiang, Song Yuanyuan, Tan Ping, Tang Dayao, Wang Xingjie, Yang Maoyuan, Zhang Yexing. Untitled-corner1, 2018, painting, oil on paper, 600x900mm, ARTIST: Zhang Yexing. Courtesy of Platform China Contemporary Art Institute (Beijing, China).
Platform China Contemporary Art Institute@Beijing Contemporary 2018 presents artists Fu Rao, Liu Gangshun, Qiu Ruixiang, Song Yuanyuan, Tan Ping, Tang Dayao, Wang Xingjie, Yang Maoyuan, Zhang Yexing. Untitled-corner1, 2018, painting, oil on paper, 600x900mm, ARTIST: Zhang Yexing. Courtesy of Platform China Contemporary Art Institute (Beijing, China).
C No.3e, BY WAN YANG, US$ 3,100, 2012, Acrylic on Canvas, Unique Work, Dimensions: 80cm x 80cm x 4cm / 31.5" x 31.5" x 1.6". WAN Yang was born in 1983 in Hunan, China. Since he started his artistic career, he has proven his artistic and technical prowess for an artist in his generation; in a short span of less than three years. He develops his work using bold color and precisely defined shapes to animate his subjects. We not only feel a sense of movement and sound, but also a powerful three-dimensionality in his multi-faceted oeuvre of abstract works.
C No.3e, BY WAN YANG, US$ 3,100, 2012, Acrylic on Canvas, Unique Work, Dimensions: 80cm x 80cm x 4cm / 31.5" x 31.5" x 1.6". WAN Yang was born in 1983 in Hunan, China. Since he started his artistic career, he has proven his artistic and technical prowess for an artist in his generation; in a short span of less than three years. He develops his work using bold color and precisely defined shapes to animate his subjects. We not only feel a sense of movement and sound, but also a powerful three-dimensionality in his multi-faceted oeuvre of abstract works.