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Xu Ming
Pop Art-Figurative Animal Sculpture-Friday

2021

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Description Xu Ming (B.1983) Friday Resin, electroplating 27 x 17 x 8 cm Dated 2021 The artwork comes with an COA About Xu Ming Emerging artist Xu Ming was born in 1983 in Changchun, China. He earned his M.A at Jilin University of Arts. Xu once worked for famous established Chinese contemporary artist Fang Lijun for 7 years. Xu's artworks stretch across the fields of sculpture and design. The artist draw inspiration from imagery of animals , his sculptures are characterized by means of anthropomorphic approche, endowing animals with human-like qualities. "I uses animals as symbols to show all kinds of real and imaginary thinking about life, I think they will give people a feeling beyond our life experience. What I convey is still our state of mind." said Xu Ming. Xu has had his solo show in TaiYiYun space, Shijiazhuang, China(2022). Major group exhibition include: “Van Gogh alive” , Taibei(2021); “The 1st Edition of China’s pop culture”,Guangzhou, China(2021); “Shaking Moomoo”, “ Shanghai design week”, Shanghai, China(2019), “Beijing design week”, Beijing, China(2018); “Shaking Moomoo,fashion exhibition at Guge space, Beijing, China(2018); “ Star Project”, Tree Art Museum, Beijing, China (2018); “Gathering sand into a tower”wangfujing i88, Beijing, China(2017).
  • Creator:
    Xu Ming (1983, Chinese)
  • Creation Year:
    2021
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 10.63 in (27 cm)Width: 6.7 in (17 cm)Depth: 3.15 in (8 cm)
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  • Gallery Location:
    Beijing, CN
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU2092210936832
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