Group Exhibition: Charming Confusion - Art Collector

Jin Sha, Salute to Masters; Engagement of Arnolfini, 2016, ink color pigment on silk, 30cm. Courtesy of the artist and Vermilion Art

Be transported between oriental mysticism, philosophical thinking art installation pieces, to playful sculptures colorfully inspired by the grotesque. Charming Confusion reflects the output of five very unique artists sharing their experience of living and working in different countries.

The line-up includes Australia's leading contemporary artist Tim Johnson, contemporary "gong bi" (traditional Chinese technique) by master Jin Sha. Witness Gen-Y artist Louise Zhang’s iconic and vibrant pastel palette, 3D Chinese-ink paintings by Yang Xifa and selective works from the well-established myth maker Guan Wei.

In their interactions and collisions with new cultures and ethnic groups, they continue to experience their own interpretations of separateness and assimilation. These artists take an active and experimental approach to the artistic exploration of their new environments. And they have achieved a Charming Confusion.

Exhibition opens: 6.30pm-8pm, Thursday 10 August 2017
Exhibition closes: 23 September 2017
Location: Vermilion Art, 5/16 Hickson Rd, Walsh Bay, NSW 2000
Contact: +61 2 9241 3323
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