Ye Yongqing: Out of Nothing 1982-1992
April 12 – May 20 Yuz Museum, Shanghai
The exhibition showcases 85 works by famous contemporary Chinese artist Ye Yongqing, from the collection of the Yuz Foundation. They include oil paintings, watercolors, drawings and wood blocks in addition to poetry, letters, newspapers and journals. Organized across six themes, the exhibition traces the first decade of Ye’s creative career.
A professor at Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts, Ye Yongqing serves as an art director of the Chinese Academy of Contemporary Art.
He is active in the art circles as a creator, curator, art organizer, and critic. Over the last few years, Ye has established studios in Beijing, Chongqing, London and Chiang Mai. He has held personal exhibitions and participated in group exhibitions in many places around the world. Moreover, he has won many awards both at home and abroad.
A poster for the exhibition “Out of Nothing.”