ShanghART Gallery 香格纳画廊

Art and China after 1989: Theater of the World
Mouse painting on computer, unique, archival inkjet print, toughened acrylic, wooden display stand.

The transition between privacy and publicity is highly recognisable in Lin’s mouse paintings on computer. He carefully arranges all kinds of interesting images in one piece of work, looking forward to surprising the audience with a strong visual impact. In the large-scale painting framed with a wooden box, Lin collects a wide range of artworks that impressed him most, in order to state his own perspective of the thirty-year Chinese contemporary art history, while challenging the largest group show of contemporary art from China ever in the U.S., “Art and China after 1989: Theater of the World” at the Guggenheim Museum, New York.

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Lin Aojie: Designers Have a Future only When They Treat Artworks as Initial Inspiration, ShanghART, Shanghai 11.06, 2019 -12.20, 2019