09-08-2018
Hand print body art by contemporary Chinese artist Sheng Qi
09-08-2018
09-08-2018
Sheng Qi 盛奇

09-08-2018

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"Here there's a strong contrast. Cool colours in the middle, warm colours surrounding. Sometimes you can feel lonely inside, even though the outside atmosphere is joyful."

2018

Image: 28.5x23.6cm

Paper: 60x42cm

Exclusively available from Hua.

Acrylic on smooth heavyweight 220gsm German-manufactured paper.

Note: Some artworks in this series may have pencil and/or paint marks outside the body of the work. These were conceived of intentionally by the artist and should be considered a part of the artwork.

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About this Collection

12 brand-new and unique
contemporary body art paintings

Created on smooth-surface, heavyweight 220gsm German-made paper

Exclusively brought to you by Hua

About the Artist

Sheng Qi is a globally-recognised contemporary Chinese artist famed for his unique body art and distinctive painting style.

He is best known for his act of personal defiance following the events in Tiananmen, 1989: he cut off the little finger of his left hand. Since then, he has woven the image of this self-mutilation into his work.

He has been featured in Phaidon's 500 Self Portraits, The Chinese Art Book and Body of Art alongside contemporary and old masters such as Ai Weiwei, Andy Warhol and Michelangelo.

Sheng Qi has been collected by prestigious museums such as the Metropolitan in New York and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.