At the end of 2019, UCCA presents an exhibition of Chinese-American artist Hung Liu. Diaspora and migration figure heavily in Liu’s five-decade career; through her creative practice, she creates a monumental portrait of China’s recent history—from the late feudal era, to the age of revolutionary fervor, to the present moment of competing ideologies. Liu draws from her early years of training in the socialist realist style and personal experience; she takes historical photographs, then teases out the moments of conflict and compromise, the different layers of event that are enfolded inside them. Shuttling between individual and collective memories, Liu employs flowing brushstrokes on her canvases and ready-mades to construct a distinctive painterly rhetoric in her art. The exhibition is curated by Philip Tinari and Luan Shixuan.
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