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Klein Sun Gallery

ACAW THINKING PROJECTS POP UPS: YANG XIN (BEIJING)

  • Yang Xin
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Current Exhibitions at Klein Sun Gallery


The Unscene

  • Chen Wenbo,
  • Gao Rong,
  • Han Yajuan,
  • Li Hongbo,
  • Li Liao,
  • Liu Bolin,
  • Tang Yongxiang,
  • Yang Mian,
  • Zhang Gong,
  • Zhang Peng,
  • Opens: Feb. 01, 2018
  • Closes: Mar. 10, 2018
  • Reception:
  • Hours: 6 - 8pm
  • Admission: free

Photography Autocracy

  • Cai Dongdong,
  • Opens: Nov. 30, 2017
  • Closes: Jan. 18, 2018
  • Reception:
  • Hours: 6 - 8pm
  • Admission: free

ACAW THINKING PROJECTS POP UPS: YANG XIN (BEIJING)

  • Yang Xin
  • Opens: Oct. 12, 2017
  • Closes: Nov. 25, 2017
  • Reception:
  • Hours: 6 - 8pm
  • Admission: free

Referencing Alexander Calder: A Dialogue in Contemporary Chinese Art

  • Gao Ludi,
  • Hong Hao,
  • Hong Shaopei,
  • Huang Rui,
  • Jiang Pengyi,
  • Li Jingxiong,
  • Qin Jun,
  • Shen Fan,
  • Vivien Zhang,
  • Yangjiang Group,
  • Zhao Yao,
  • Opens: Sep. 07, 2017
  • Closes: Oct. 07, 2017
  • Reception:
  • Hours: 6 - 8pm
  • Admission: free

When

Oct 12 - Nov 25, 2017


Where

Klein Sun Gallery

  • 525 West 22nd Street, New York NY 10011 Map
  • 212.255.4388

About

Curated by ACAW director Leeza Ahmady as part of Asia Contemporary Art Week (ACAW) 2017 signature program: THINKING PROJECTS— pop-up exhibition series presenting research-based on-going artistic endeavors by 9 noted artists from China, Indonesia, Turkey, India, and the United States. The series showcases the vibrancy of artistic activity inside of Asia while building deeper bonds between ACAW’s Asia and New York based Consortium Partner organizations and galleries.
Yang Xin’s fascination with microbiology is interpreted as an impressive scientifically infused set of multi-media works that are profoundly reflective of various essential mechanisms within the building blocks of the human body.
Alongside her signatory paintings of cell-like images, the exhibition features Yang’s latest site-specific installation, You’re looking at me. Who’s looking at you? (2017). Consisting of plastic mulch often found in China, the work deals with the multifaceted issues stemming from human control of the ecosystem, at once addressing its influence and damaging effects to the ecological balance in the region. Co-organized with Fu Xiaodong Space Station Beijing.


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