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Art Exhibitions in Redtory July to August
Check out the latest exhibitions in Redtory.

Here - Works by Sun Xiaofeng Exhibition

Duration: July20 - August 18, 2013
Venue: E7 Gallery, Guangzhou, Redtory

Sun Xiaofeng was born in 1972 and graduated from the Art Deparment of South China Normal University. He is now the Executive Director for the Shanshang Space Gallery in Guangdong. He has held numerous exhibitions in different cities but mainly in Guangzhou in recent years.

The works were inspired by Sun's traveling around different cities in 2010. The artists uses the colors black, white and yellow to depict a city in the eyes of a passer-by who can not find a way to blend in. Sun wants to articulate his personal experiences of life, which is that no matter where you are and how hard you try to avoid, you are always yourself. Visitors may also find some misplaced items in the painting, which symbolize the artist's acceptance of mistakes and aging.

Infinite Quest - Kan Tai-keung Solo Exhibition

Duration: July 5 - August 26, 2013
Venue: C1, Art Centre, Redtory, Guangzhou

Kan Tai-keung, a world-renowned designer and artist, has been devoted to the design industry since 1967, and started his own company in 1976. His works have witnessed the development of the Hong Kong design industry.

Numerous masterpieces by Kan Tai-keung will be displayed during the exhibition: educational, commercial and non-commercial works including posters, books, stamps, corporate visual identity designs and valuable manuscripts. Viewers can fully experience Kan's unique style and join him in the quest of Dao.

Present - Works by Li Jiandong Exhibition

Duration: July 20 - August 18, 2013
Venue: E9 Gallery, Redtory, Guangzhou

Li Jiandong is a member of the China Artists Association. Li has held exhibitions in China and many other countries and released two publications.

Li's ink painting is a kind of highly objectified ink painting, rendered with the sense of binding, an exchange, or a present, which means the idea's existence in different space-time. Works in this show are different from traditional ink paintings, which seem to be doodled while in fact containing profound intellecy. The solidification and metallization of ink conveys discomposure, fear even a feeling of convulsion. The works manifest ambiguity, uncertainty, transformation, variation ability, athiesm, query towards social morality and pry into people's inner world. All of these formed the knowledge of today's world and the introspection of one's own cultural environment.

(By Zou Lixian, Rik Glauert)

Editor:Pan Hui
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