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Liu Ye, Book Painting No.13, (Lolita, Volume One & Volume Two, The Olympia Press, Paris, 1955) , acrylic on canvas, 40×25cm(each part), 2016
Yu Honglei, bronze, flower, 71×47×29 cm
, #10 is a way of looking at the reality based on a person and one’s body, hence realizing image production from what has been seen and heard. Thus, they are the pictorial realities in response to or parallel to the physical reality. The body becomes the critical entry by which the artist enters abstraction – it is the intersection of all realities, the abstraction within the real, and vice versa.
House, Pencil and oil on wood, 15.6×9.8 cm, 2004
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