Bringing Contemporary Chinese Art to the UK
This is our fifth year participate LOPF in RA, save your dates and come to see our latest prints from our Artists.
Visit us at stand F4, for a collection of paintings, prints and sculptures from our artists’ latest works.
Discover stories of China and join our young talent artist Fang Xialong’s talk on Friday 8th Nov. 3pm, also you can meet him on Sat. 9th 4pm. too.
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Lu Jun He graduated from the sculpture department of Xi'an Academy of Fine Arts in 1989, since then he has been engaged in painting, public art and sculpture for more than 40 years. He lives in Shenzhen, now this city is becoming the front line for contemporary...
Fu Chunmei She graduated from the fine arts department of Northeast Normal University in 1997. In 1998, she finished research course of 'Flower and Bird' in Chinese painting department of Central Academy of Fine Art. In 2002, she completed 'Fine Brush work with...
Liu Jing is a well-established, award-winning Chinese artist, focusing on printmaking since 2001. His primary focus in on oil-based woodcut prints, a medium through which he creates portraits of old masters and other historical and political Chinese figures.
Hammer Chen is an award-winning Chinese printmaker and illustrator whose work stems from an interest in using marks and textures to express sensations and emotions and to explore the mind, body, and self. She also runs printmaking studio Wait and Roll in Shanghai.
Kelly Mi has been interested in painting since childhood and is now a well-known artist in China, following a successful career in acting and TV producing. Her recent paintings focus on artificial intelligence and its role in our lives today.
Zhu Kecheng is a Chinese artist who creates lithography prints that focus primarily on different parts of the human body, conscious and unconscious body language, our relationships with one another and ourselves, and the psychology surrounding these connections.
A Ge is an established Chinese printmaker whose woodcut art represents national minority subjects in black and white, water-soluble, and oil-based inks. She is a member of the Yi ethnic minority and works to nurture artistic talents and promote artwork by others from Chinese minority groups.
Jiao Xingtao is a widely exhibited Chinese sculptor. His most recent work is conceptual, a comment on the consumerist excesses of today’s society. He transforms objects—often packaging, such as a discarded Hermès box—with scale and fibreglass to make pieces of statement art.
Chen Qi’s creates black and white series of woodcut prints, most recently representing the reflections, ebb, and flow of water. These prints are quite risky with no specific focal point, looking at water’s abstract properties, and using it as a metaphor for change and the passage of time.