ArtSpace/Virginia Miller Galleries
169 Madeira Avenue, Coral Gables
305 4444493 FAX 305 4449844
Six 21st Century Chinese Neo-Pop Artists
dal 1/11/2007 al 27/2/2008

Segnalato da

Virginia Miller Galleries

calendario eventi  :: 


Six 21st Century Chinese Neo-Pop Artists

ArtSpace/Virginia Miller Galleries, Miami

Group show

comunicato stampa

ArtSpace/Virginia Miller Galleries, which has brought historically significant and innovative art to South Florida for 33 years, is about to do it again with the latest hot ticket on the art market, contemporary Chinese Neo-Pop art.

True to its tradition, the gallery will present “Six 21st Century Chinese Neo-Pop Artists,” the region’s first exhibition of this pioneering art movement, from Nov. 2nd through February 2008.

“We are fortunate indeed to be able to offer these works at a time when contemporary Chinese art is one of the most sought-after categories for the art world’s collectors,” said gallery owner and director Virginia Miller.

As recently noted by Suzanne Muchnic in the Los Angeles Times, “Contemporary Chinese art has made a big splash on the art scene during the last decade or so, grabbing attention at major international exhibitions and commanding enormous prices at auction.”

The most recognized of the artists being exhibited is Lu Peng. Born in Beijing in 1967, he has participated in more than 70 exhibitions in prestigious museums and galleries around the world. Two years older, Liu Yan’s 28 exhibitions include group shows in Paris, Minnesota and the Cologne art fair. Their works tend to contrast traditional subjects with rock stars and media icons.

Xiong Lijun and Kang Can, two of the four younger artists in the show, are strongly influenced by Japanese “manga” comics and their animated versions. Yang Na clearly is deeply concerned about the influence of Western culture upon the relative infancy of the new materialism in China. And the provocative juxtapositions of Li Bo also remind us of the incredible contrast between Chinese tradition and his generation’s new affluence and its emphasis on the Internet, where “surfing” can create fortuitous associations just as those triggered by his iconic images.

“These are extraordinary examples of contemporary Chinese Neo-Pop art,” Miller said. “When we have the perspective of a few years to look back on this show, we’ll be able to see how this fascinating group of artists fits into the evolution of the international art market as well as to more fully appreciate their position in art history.”

ArtSpace/Virginia Miller Galleries
Located in the Coral Gables business district at 169 Madeira Ave.
open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday – Friday and by appointment.

Six 21st Century Chinese Neo-Pop Artists
dal 1/11/2007 al 27/2/2008

Attiva la tua LINEA DIRETTA con questa sede