YUE MINJUN. Maze Looking for Chinese Art-2, 2008
Oil on canvas | Diptych 300 x 200 cm (each part)
YUE MINJUN
Maze Looking for Chinese Art-2, 2008
Oil on canvas | Diptych 300 x 200 cm (each part)
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Provenance
Artist's Studio
Pace Gallery
Gary Tatintsian Gallery


Exhibitions
Harmony and Transition – Reflecting Chinese Landscapes, Museum Marta Herford, Herford, Germany. June 20 - October 4, 2015

Publications
Harmony and Transition – Reflecting Chinese Landscapes, Museum Marta Herford, Herford, Germany, 2015
Provenance
Artist's Studio
Pace Gallery
Gary Tatintsian Gallery


Exhibitions
Harmony and Transition – Reflecting Chinese Landscapes, Museum Marta Herford, Herford, Germany. June 20 - October 4, 2015

Publications
Harmony and Transition – Reflecting Chinese Landscapes, Museum Marta Herford, Herford, Germany, 2015

The charm of landscapes, cliffs, trees or water shrouded in mist has always had a great appeal for artists. In Chinese art, this fascination has a long tradition under the heading of Shan-shui.
In this work, Yue Minjun doesn't concentrate on reproducing a true image of a visible outer world, but reflects his inner experience. The opposite poles of mountain and water, free landscapes and enclosed maze, are subjected to a dynamic exchange as a symbol of the balance in the world.
The charm of landscapes, cliffs, trees or water shrouded in mist has always had a great appeal for artists. In Chinese art, this fascination has a long tradition under the heading of Shan-shui.
In this work, Yue Minjun doesn't concentrate on reproducing a true image of a visible outer world, but reflects his inner experience. The opposite poles of mountain and water, free landscapes and enclosed maze, are subjected to a dynamic exchange as a symbol of the balance in the world.
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