Artist Han Yajuan's Solo Exhibition Kicks Off in Beijing

December 3, 2017
Editor: Yang Yang
Artist Han Yajuan [Amy Li Gallery]

 

Chinese artist Han Yajuan's newest solo exhibition "Instant True Love" was held on November 18 at the Amy Li Gallery in Beijing.

The exhibition concentrated on Han's elaborative works for nearly three years, representing her creative concept since 2015 and showing her constant breakthroughs through a total of 15 works of oil paintings and composite materials.

As an artist in her 30s, Han is well known by audiences through her early cartoon work series "Blingbling", depicting a girl's daily life in different scenes from a distinctive perspective.

In the course of more than ten years of creation, her works also included the space-time series "Transcendence", her personal experience series "Something Beginning with C" and her "Superlative" series.

In her latest series of work "Instant True Love", Han described the continuation of time by subtle changes in the image of three groups of people in her art via painting elements such as eggs and feathers, conveying her personal values of the world, that is, that uncertainty also brings optimism.

The exhibition will last until February 9, 2018.

 

Chinese artist Han Yajuan's newest solo exhibition "Instant True Love" was held on November 18 at the Amy Li Gallery in Beijing. [Amy Li Gallery]
The Shape of Love [Amy Li Gallery]
East Wind [Amy Li Gallery]
Audrey Riding the Wave [Amy Li Gallery]
Time Never Dies, The Circle Is Not Round [Amy Li Gallery]
The Birth of Venus [Amy Li Gallery]
Lean on [Amy Li Gallery]
A Han Yajuan's work [Amy Li Gallery]
The Squarest Circle [Amy Li Gallery]
The Birth of Relative Truth [Amy Li Gallery]

 

(Women of China)

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