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Red No. 1-B1
Caochangdi, Chaoyang District
Beijing, China 100015

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Asia Week New York March 2023

Many Splendored Spring

Floral Landscapes by Peng Kanglong and Figure Portraits by Li Jin
March 14-19

Afternoon Tea, Saturday, March 18, 3pm-5pm
Tuesday-Wednesday 11am-6pm, Thursday 11am-8pm, Friday-Sunday 11am-6pm
otherwise by appointment

Ukrainian Institute of America
2 East 79th Street
New York, NY

In their exhibition, Many Splendored Spring, INKstudio presents new landscape and flower paintings by the Taiwanese artist Peng Kanglong and figure paintings and portraiture by Li Jin from Tianjin. Kanglong debuts his masterwork Splendid Flowers Valley, 2022 from his new series of monumental landscape and flower paintings based on a Northern Song landscape composition rendered with seventeenth century and Modern era brushwork inspired by Shitao, Kuncan, and Huang Binhong. Li Jin will debut The Heart Sutra documenting his response—both heart-felt and sardonic—to self-isolation during China’s first COVID lockdowns alongside anonymous urban portraits of New Yorkers and Los Angelenos created during his pre-COVID excursions to the United States.

Bingyi at Philadelphia Museum of Art
Oneness: Nature & Connectivity in Chinese Art

until June 2023

Explore the questions of “what is nature?” and “what is the relationship between humans and nature?”. This exhibition features the work of four contemporary artists whose practices examine the boundaries between humans and nature from a philosophical, spiritual, and material perspective. All the featured artists embrace and adapt historic Chinese artistic traditions through their chosen materials, process, or themes.

Oneness: Nature & Connectivity in Chinese Art shows that we are all connected, that our lives are closely linked with nature and how that impacts our world and environment. Works by Ming Fay, Tai Xiangzhou, and Wang Mansheng are shown in Gallery 321, while a large installation of ink paintings The Eyes of Chaos: Remaking the Song Palace by Bingyi is featured in the Chinese Reception Hall, Gallery 326, and a series of related interventions is displayed in Gallery 334.

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