Liang Quan and Ivano Vitali: Silent Poetry - Art Collector

Liang Quan, Subway Map No # 1, 2009. Tea, ink, watercolour on Xuan paper, collaged on paper, 120 x 90cm. Courtesy: the artist and Conny Dietzschold Gallery, Sydney

Silent Poetry will display works by Chinese minimalist Liang Quan and Italian sculptor Ivano Vitali.

Liang Quan was presented at the 2012 Biennale of Sydney, and has been lauded as one of the most important contemporary abstract artists in China today. His ink paintings on layered handmade rice paper are renowned for their minimalism and poetic language. Ivano Vitali creates threads from recycled magazine and newspapers pages and then rolls them into Gomitolo (balls). The sculptural forms, made of the same humble materials as Quan’s collaged works, will connect in a very poetic way.

Opening: 6pm Tuesday 23 October 2012
Exhibition closes: 1 December 2012
Location: Conny Dietzschold Gallery, 99 Crown Street, East Sydney NSW 2010
Contact: 02 9690 0215

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