Huang Yishan: Dimension, Imitation, Transformation
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Chinese artist Huang Yishan breaks conventional painting structure and create pieces that feature scenes-within-scenes
Curated by Dai Zhuoqun, this exhibition presents eight new works from Huang Yishan’s recent series. Based on the historic Vimalakirti Sutra paintings and its concepts, Huang’s pieces relates to the idea of “dimension” of space, the “imitation” of images, and the “transformation” of structure. In other words, Huang breaks conventional painting structures and create new dimensions using illusions and layering. View how the artist creates scenes-within-scenes and paintings-within-paintings, and demonstrate pushing the boundaries of a two-dimensional plane.