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China Institute Gallery’s Upcoming Exhibition

Shan Shui Reboot: Re-envisioning Landscape for a Changing World
March 7 – July 7, 2024
Curator Talk with Artist, Thursday, March 7 at 6:30pm
Asia Week Open House, Thursday, March 21 (free admission)

China Institute Gallery is pleased to open their newest exhibition, Shan Shui Reboot: Re-Envisioning Landscape for a Changing World, next Thursday, March 7th.  The exhibition highlights a new generation of artists who are reinterpreting traditional Chinese landscape painting in the context of today’s global social issues and climate crisis. Shan shui refers to the time-honored painting of natural landscapes with brush and ink focused on an awareness of inner spiritual philosophy. The exhibition features the recent work of seven established and emerging artists including Lam Tung Pang, Yi Xin Tong, Kelly Wang, Peng Wei, Fu Xiaotong, Yang Yongliang, and Ni Youyu. More than 40 works – including paintings, photographs, installation, and video – will be exhibited, and many are being shown in New York for the first time.

Related programs include a Curator’s Talk with the artists on opening day, March 7th, from 6:30-8pm, as well as an Open House during Asia Week on Thursday, March 21st with free admission and light refreshments.

To learn more and reserve your ticket, click here.