Li Qing

  • , Dark Magazine · ArtNews, 2019
    Magazine Wrapped with Brocade
    28 x 23,3 x 0,9 cm
  • , Dark Magazine · ArtReview, 2019
    Magazine Wrapped with Brocade
    30,3 x 23,7 x 1 cm
  • , Dark Magazine · Flash Art, 2019
    Magazine Wrapped with Brocade
    29,3 x 22,8 x 1,7 cm
  • , Blow-Up · Hong Kong Morning, 2016
    Oil Color, plexiglass, wood, metal, fabric, magazine pages, photos, Aluminium composite panel
    205 x 150,5 x 10 cm
  • , Tetris Window· Ampire Foreign Firm, 2019
    Wood, Metal, Plexiglass, Oil Color, Markers, Clothes, Printed Matter, Aluminium-plastic Panel
    212,5 x 106 x 10 cm
  • , Tetris Window· Rongs : Residence, 2019
    Wood, Metal, Plexiglass, Oil Color, Markers, Clothes, Printed Matters, Aluminium-plastic Panel
    212,5 x 106,5 x 10 cm
  • , Surface Science No.3, 2019
    Mixed Media
    60 x 80 x 10 cm
  • , Finding Differences _Sales Lady (There are 5 differences in the two paintings), 2019
    Oil on Canvas
    200 x 150 cm x 2
  • , Rural Church, 2014 - 2015
    Wood, Oil on Plexiglass, Metal
    597 x 564 x 528 cm
  • , Hangzhou House No.16, 2018
    90 x 60 cm

Li Qing was born in Huzhou, Zhejiang Province in 1981. He lives and works in Hangzhou and Shanghai. His paintings, installations and video works seek rational rifts in similarity and contradiction, acting on the perception and acknowledgment of a viewer through circuitous and overlapped structures. In recent years, his works track the historical fragmentation and ideological conflicts that have occurred widely in the dissemination of information, collective memory, and knowledge experience. Simultaneously, his works are testing the tension and contradiction between image, language, symbol and social space, connecting the multi-level elements of experience in series to construct a conflict structure. The capture of micro-politics in everyday spaces and images, the questioning of political identity in aesthetic tradition, and the observation on the identity of Chinese Art in the context of Global Art, all reflect his historical consciousness among the younger generation of Chinese artists.


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