Exhibition Highlight

Hua Gallery is delighted to share the positive response of its current online exhibition, Silent Revelations, featuring the stunning work of worldwide acclaimed artist Qu Leilei. Recently collected by the British Museum, Qu Leilei was one of the founders of the Stars Group (1979) and has since then been creating ground-breaking artworks.

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Nude 3, 2009, 91x170cm, ink on paper

Qu Leilei’s Nude 3 beautifully conveys sensuality and freshness through interplays of mass and lines, stillness and movement. By employing traditional Chinese medium of ink and brush on paper the artist generates Caravaggio-like lights and shadows, achieving avant-guard yet Renaissance sculptural effects….As a result an allegory of long-lasting and spiritual beauty is presented with grace.


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Nude 3, 2009, 91x170cm, ink on paper



Ai Weiwei
Royal Academy of Art, London
19 September - 13 December 2015

A superb exhibition by one of the most acclaimed and controversial artists today.



Why Chinese Contemporary Art is a Good Investment
Eli Klein, founder of Klein Sun Gallery, on Artnet

Prominent art dealer in Chinese contemporary art, Eli Klein, provides his knowledgeable insight about this fascinating field.



Transfigured Echos
Recent Paintings by Liu Dan
Eskenazi 14 October - 14 November 2015

One of the most talented ink painters today, Liu Dan, shows his latest work at Eskenazi in Mayfair, London.



Peasant Da Vincis
Cai Guoqiang
Museo Nazionale Scienza e Tecnologia Leonardo Da Vinci - Milano
10 September - 6 January 2016

Machines created by Chinese peasants and collected by acclaimed artist Cai Guoqiang.


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