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Every Artist Should Have A Solo Show at De Sarthe Gallery

Art | April 21, 2016 |

Every Artist Should Have A Solo Show at De Sarthe GalleryImage courtesy of De Sarthe Gallery

Every Artist Should Have A Solo Show at De Sarthe Gallery

Every Artist Should Have A Solo Show is a solo exhibition by artist Wang Xin. It seems an unusual title an artist can always use a solo show. Why “Rose-Color”? According to Wang Xin: The Art World is Sexy. Anyway, in short, every artist should have a solo show.

 

Every Artist Should Have A Solo Show at De Sarthe Gallery Image courtesy of De Sarthe Gallery

 

However it is not surprising that Wang Xin, who claims herself to be a serious art-world player as well as a serious art-world observer would come out with such a title. All of her work in this show can be grouped into her “Rose-Color” series, which are all about the art world and art system. Galleries, artists, art agents, artworks and so on have become her subject in her “Rose-Color” series’ of artworks

 Every Artist Should Have A Solo Show at De Sarthe GalleryImage courtesy of De Sarthe Gallery

 

For the exhibition, Wang Xin is creating several new “Rose-Color” installation artworks including Aura Restoration 1.0 etc. along with recent “Rose-Color” artworks like We Create Future Artist Here, Let’s Play in the Name of Art and others.

 

De Sarthe Gallery, Beijing
Every Artist Should Have A Solo Show
Until May 29, 2016

 

more. desarthe.com

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