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June 1, 2021
Lighting, 2021, Hand woven cotton. 16 x 18 in
Chambers Fine Art
Miranda Fengyuan Zhang: Scattered Lines
June 2, 2021 – July 3, 2021
CANDICE MADEY and CHAMBERS FINE ART are pleased to introduce a solo exhibition of Miranda Fengyuan Zhang, Scattered Lines, marking the New York and Shanghai-based artist’s first in New York City. The exhibition will take place at CANDICE MADEY and presents work in fiber that are uniquely influenced by cross-cultural painting traditions–Chinese calligraphy and classical landscape painting, traditional oil painting of the Renaissance, and early 20th century abstraction.
The title of the exhibition, Scattered Lines, refers to the structures inherent to Zhang’s material and process, and her contradicting desires to both disrupt and connect with history and tradition.
Miranda Fengyuan Zhang was born in Shanghai, China in 1993. She earned her BFA in studio art from NYU in 2016 and she was the recipient of the La Maison de l’Art Contemporain residency in Asilah, Morocco.
Francesca Galloway and Thomas Murray in the Hali Fair Online
HALI Fair Online is a new virtual event, running 23-27 June 2021, focused exclusively on antique rugs and textiles from around the globe, comprising a Fair, Exhibitions and Events including lectures, interviews and presentations.
The attached image is a detail taken from the ‘Nou-Rouz' Shawl.
French, Paris, designed by Amedee Couder in 1839 and woven by Caussen
Woven wool and silk 'tissage au lance, decoupe'