Nothing but Reality: My World in Painting

Xuning Wang

Spectrum Project Space presents Nothing but Reality: My World in Paintings, a stunning solo exhibition by contemporary Chinese artist Xuning Wang.

Art Exhibition previously on in Perth precinct, Western Australia, Australia.
From Friday 17 July 2009 to Sunday 09 August 2009
Launch Friday 17 July 2009, 6pm

'The High Dam Makes a Great Lake' image

Published by anonymous on Monday 06 July 2009.
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The exhibition will showcase paintings that are representative of the artist’s experiences of contemporary life in both Australia and China and will feature new works from a series of paintings, The High Dam Makes a Great Lake, exploring the controversial Three Gorges Dam of the Yangzi River in China.

Speaking of his artistic process, Wang emphasises the value of sensibility and imagination: “Just as there are manyways of life, so to there are many ways of art…..I paint with what I have and what I have found in life”.

Xuning Wang is from Beijing, China and is currently undertaking a PhD at Edith Cowan University (ECU) researching realism in art. His work has been exhibited widely including The Fremantle Arts Centre, The Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery, the Australian National University, and various galleries throughout China.

Location

Spectrum Project Space
221 Beaufort Street
Northbridge WA

Gallery Hours
Wednesday – Sunday 2pm-6pm