Contemporary Chinese Art
Contemporary Chinese Art
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A Painful Pot - Amazing functional tea pot by Johnson Tsang (Hong Kong).
#pottery Johnson Tsang Cheung
Chinese dragon vase by Johnson Tsang
Johnson Tsang creates ceramic sculpture, "Painful Pot," link through
nice!^^ Living Clay Sculptures By Johnson Tsang
Dragon Teapot by Johnson Tsang tea sculpture ceramics
Guan Wei (China, lives in Australia), A Mysterious Land No.10 -draws on both his Chinese heritage and contemporary experiences in Australia -explores the traditions of Western historical painting and Eastern landscape painting
Historical Paintings, Landscape Paintings, Eastern Landscape
This photograph by Chinese artist Liu Wei shows an oddly captivating landscape crafted from buttocks.
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Landscape - Wei Liu
Amiria's great tips for exploring photography and montage in folio development
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Chinese artist Liu Wei oddly captivating landscape crafted from buttocks.
Artificial Wonderland 杨泳梁-Yang Yongliang
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saw this at an art show and it was one of the most memorable pieces I saw
Artificial Wonderland 杨泳梁 by Yang Yongliang. On first glance, these look like traditional chinese landscape paintings. But look closer and you will find that the craggy mountains are instead made up of construction cranes and skyscrapers.
ashlandscape01r 550x437 Cigarette Ash Landscape by Chinese Artist Yang Yongliang Yang Yongliang photography art installation COLLAGE chinese...
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Cigarette ash landscape art by Yang Yongliang
Cigarette ash landscape is a stunning art installation by Chinese photographer and artist Yang Yongliang, which features black and white photographs piled on top of one another to mimic the ash from cigarettes.
Yang Yongliang’s cigarette ash landscapes. An installation by chinese photographer and artist yang yongliang, black and white photographs are collaged and piled to mimic cigarette ash … the tip of a huge cigarette sculpture hung vertically in the installation space is revealed upon closer view to consist of cut and layered images of city skylines …
chinese contemporary art
Yue Minjun -- Mushroom Cloud
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MINJUN YUE http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/minjun-yue/ #contemporary #art #installation #sculpture
Yue Minjun, Mushroom Cloud Art Experience:NYC http://www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login
LiLihong Chinese artist using porcelain
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I love some quirk in interiors and this piece is great! Love the blue and white chinoiserie of it!
Godlen Arches being not so golden...
Chinoiserie Chic: McDonald's and Chinoiserie
'McDonald's - Gorilla Coming from the Mountain' (2007) by Chinese sculptor Li Lihong (b.1974). Porcelain.
•♥• Li Lihong: ceramic McDonalds logo
Lei Xue, Porcelain, 2007
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Chinese artist Lei Xue created these awesome painted porcelain soda cans! Found at Martina Detterer Gallery
There’s a contemporary Chinese artist, Lei Xue, who’s making art out of handmade bone china. He’s taking ordinary objects and creating porcelain versions of them. Lately, he’s been making beer cans that are hand-painted and resemble Ming Dynasty vases. (http://brookstonbeerbulletin.com/porcelain-beer-cans/)
Graduation+Candy+Lei+Ideas | lei xue ceramic sculpture by phyllis
The artist Lei Xue’s ‘‘Drinking Tea’’ series (2007-13) consists of crumpled porcelain cans decorated with traditional Chinese pattens. Courtesy of Galerie Martina Detterer, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Ming Dynasty Beer Cans, art by Lei Xue (“Drinking Tea”, 2007)
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‘Execution’ by Beijing artist Yue Minjun
Yue Minjun (1962- ) - 1995 Execution (Sotheby's London, 2007)
La más conocida (y cotizada) “Execution” inspirada en ... quien se da cuenta? #YueMinjun
Yue Minjun Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain
20121106 081142 PREVIEW: YUE MINJUN at Cartier Foundation for Contemporary art Paris
zhanghuanseries Give me a different self portrait
Zhang Huan Family Tree
Zhang Huan I guess it's ink and not a tattoo
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THEARTISTANDHISMODEL » Ai Wei Wei
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#ART | Ai Weiwei | "Two Joined Square Tables" (2005) | the artist works from late 90s is a reconstruction of Ming style furniture which is interesting because it is made without nails. For him to be able to undo something, you must really know this thing.
Ai Weiwei art piece.
Ai Wei Wei combining old with new
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Ai Weiwei (Chinese: 1957) - Neolithic Culture Pot with Coca-Cola Logo, 1997 - Krannert Art Museum
Ai Weiwei : Coca Cola Vase
Ai Weiwei: Coca Cola logo over ancient vase
RED THREAD LEGEND SERIES by BEILI LIU Beautiful installation inspired by the ancient chinese legend called the Red Thread. According to this myth, the gods tie an invisible red thread on children who are fated to be together.
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'Lure/Wave' (part of the Red Thread Legend Series) by Chinese-born, Austin-based mutidisciplinary artist Beili Liu. via the artist's site
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Aside from the obvious beauty displayed in Zhong Biao's paintings, there's something else that really draws me in. His pieces have such depth and leave me with a curiosity of what is really going on... "I don’t want to force my own understanding or interpretation of my paintings on the audience. The mixture of images within each of my paintings is like a combination of controversial elements in life. We don’t have to understand everything we see in each painting. Like life, we cannot understand everything that we have seen or experienced. In my paintings, Eastern and Western, historical and modern opposites coexist, reflecting the reality of today’s lifestyle." -Zhong Biao Zhong was born in Chongqing, Sichuan Province, China in 1968. In 1987, he studied at Zhejiang Academy of Fine Arts (now China Academy of Fine Arts) in Hangzhou, China and has arguably since become the most famous contemporary Chinese artist in the world. Zhong Biao's website courtesy of artnet, wiki More…
Zhong Biao (鍾飆)
Zhong Biao is a leading contemporary painter hailing from China. His portrayals of China’s social reforms through the visual symbols Chinese people are familiar with combined with surreal/ethereal compositions takes representations of China’s past glories, the labor models of the Cultural Revolution, and such symbols of modern life as McDonalds and Boeing aircrafts to another level.
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zhong biao floating
Zhong Biao (鍾飆)
EMPTY KINGDOM | A Home For Media Artists
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Zhong Biao, Chinese artist,
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Urban Camouflage Art // By Liu Bolin: http://bit.ly/HOP7ak
They said i could be anything, so i became a brick wall.
Found in artnet Auctions: Liu Bolin - One of his clever self-portraits, where Bolin literally paints himself, intricately camouflaged, into specific urban environments around the world.
Artist Liu Bolin paints himself to dissappear in his surroundings. By the way, the Chinese characters over his head mean: New culture, we need even more (I didn't translate it like a proper sentence since it probably only is part of a longer one) #china #chinese #art #liu #liubolin
animal regulation series by di liu