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Event Video: Qin Feng at Blain|Southern London

Qin Feng Performance at Blain Southern London from Hua on Vimeo. Globally recognised Chinese artist Qin Feng created a live performance engaging with the audience on September 3rd at Blain|Southern. This intervention is inspired by the Taoist belief in the harmonious relationship between nature and humanity. After having painted motifs on a scroll, Qin Feng invited the audience to participate by adding their thoughts and feelings to it, revealing a shared sense of unity and interconnection between all individuals. With presentation by Dagmar Carnevale Lavezzoli, Hua Director PHOTOS OF THE EVENT Craig Burnett, Director of Exhibitions at Blain|Southern, Dagmar Carnevale Lavezzoli and...

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Neo Hua Ren: New Diaspora in London

Neo Hua Ren: New Diaspora in London

August 29th - September 3rd 2019The Crypt Gallery Jan Chan Whiskey Chow Yifei Gong Yushi Li Yolanda Y. Liou Kitty Mai Yingming Chen Hua Ren (华人) is a wide term representing overseas residents of Chinesedescent, including those from Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. The Chinese diaspora in the United Kingdom is fragmented and reflects a complicated history of drastic transformations experienced by the Asian world in the past century. Today, a younger generation, which has inherited the complexity of its origins,infuses it with a different approach formed according to the new reality: in thepost-internet world, where everyone is ‘connected’,...

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The Collection of Eileen and I.M. Pei to Be Featured in Upcoming Christie's Sale

The Collection of Eileen and I.M. Pei to Be Featured in Upcoming Christie's Sale

Besides being one of the most famous architects in the world, I.M. Pei and his wife Eileen were passionate collectors of both Western and Eastern art. These works were often acquired from the artists, whom the couple were also close friends with, such as Barnett Newman and Zao Wou-Ki. See the article

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Review — Ed Moses & Qin Feng Blain Southern London

Review — Ed Moses & Qin Feng Blain Southern London

Ed Moses & Qin Feng at Blain Southern London. Photo credit to Blain Southern London There is a difficult curatorial task at hand with two-person exhibitions; to establish true interrelatedness between the two oeuvres by way of the great question that they ask. In the show 'Ed Moses and Qin Feng', which opened last month at Blain Southern, there is synchronicity and there is fluency, not only in the artistic influences or conversations that are being had between the paintings, but in the entire visitor-experience itself. And so, for those set to embark on the code-breaking exercises that are customary...

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Introduction to Contemporary Chinese Art: Part 1 1979–1989

Introduction to Contemporary Chinese Art: Part 1 1979–1989

The Contemporary Chinese Art market is diverse and vibrant. Chinese artists are working continuously to challenge and reinvent the cultural heritage accumulated over the past several thousand years. This could not have happened without the rapid socio-economic changes of the recent half century. Hua is a leading participant and promoter of this rich field of artistic talent. We want to help people who are interested to understand more about Contemporary Chinese Art. This is the first part of a 4-part series that aims to provide an introduction to the history of Contemporary Chinese Art.   The Beginning In December 1978,...

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