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Two abstract painting exhibitions at Artron Art Center
November 23 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Tan PingTan is best known for producing large-scale chromatic etchings using an innovative technique of overlaying copperplates. His work is characterized by the use of loose brushwork, block-colored backdrops, and the recurring motif of cells that appear to spread or move across the picture plane. Tan studied at the Berlin University of the Arts in Germany in the 1990s and he credits his abstract style to this experience. “Abstractionism is a better way to display life as it underpins life’s essence, moving and changing,” he says.
Tan Pingmakes an artwork. Photos from WeChat account “ArtronArtCentre”Dates: Until Dec. 20Tickets: Free (book your visit on WeChat account “ArtronArtCentre”)
Yang WanYoung artist Yang Wan is exhibiting her abstract paintings at the “Warming Trend” exhibition. Yang received a bachelor of fine arts from the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) in 2015 and a master of fine arts from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2017. Her work “Outcast” has been acquired by the art museum of CAFA and “Summer Whisper” has been acquired by the Copelouzos Family Art Museum in Athens, Greece. The physicality of making an art piece, for her, is primarily in the subconscious creative process. She believes that art has the potential to inspire and empower, to shape lives and carve soon-to-be-trodden paths. Perception is in sharp focus for her creative working process; painting is an extension of her body.
A painting by Yang Wan.
Dates: Until Dec. 30Hours: 10 a.m.-6 p.m., closed Mondays
Venue: Artron Art Center, Nanshan District (南山区雅昌艺术中心)
Metro: Line 2 to Qiaocheng North Station (侨城北站), Exit D
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