Hao Liang (b. 1983, Chengdu) engages contemporary themes through expansive compositions in his practiced style. His painting, generally in ink on silk, is based on research into the literature, aesthetics, and scholarship of Chinese antiquity, seeking to revive a genre and its material artistry, and imbue it with a modern sensibility. This exhibition showcases a new cycle of works that takes on the time-honored subject of Eight Views of Xiaoxiang. Read more.
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