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Cai Lei
固化 - 犀牛, 2012

Mixed Medium on Wood
43 x 4 x 99cm

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White Rhino Symbolizes calm solitude, peaceful life and the power to revive the dead fish when it enters the water. Cai Lei along side with other representations of an unusual aesthetic, chooses Rhinos as another natural example of the strange beauty that has lived through many risks, conflicts and dangers to the limit of extinction, but still keeps his specific beauty confidently and honorably. With a holy aura around the main subject the artist shows much appreciation through the context of valuable existences.

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  • +Artist Bio

    Cai Lei was born in 1983 in Jilin Province, China, and from a school affiliated to the Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts, went on to graduate from the Central Academy of Fine Arts with a Bachelor of Arts in 2009. His artworks have been exhibited in the Paul and Lulu Hillard University Art Museum in the US, Moon River Museum in Beijing, the Museum of the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, Liu Hai Su Museum in Shanghai, the Museum of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, and the Shanghai Art Fair. Often using soft leather to show the mature physical form, his work has won multiple awards and is also collected by the Central Academy of Fine Arts, among others.  Read More

  • +Exhibitions

    2012 
    5th 54 International Young Art Festivals 2012, Enjoy Museum of Art, Beijing,China
    Yellowstone Art Museum, Billings, USA
    Art Museum of South Texas, South Texas 
    Institute for the Arts, Corpus Christi, USA

    2011 
    Hardworking- Group Exhibitions of New Realistic Sculptors, 0 Field Art Centre, Beijing, China
    University Art Museum, Colorado State University, Fort Collins

    2010 
    One and One - Group Exhibition of Contemporary Young Artist, Times Art Museum, Beijing, China 
    East/West: Visually Speaking, Paul and Lulu Hilliand University Art Museum, University of Louisiana, Lafayette
    MoCA Jacksonville, Jacksonville

    2009 
    The Start of a Long Journey - The Collection of Excellent Graduation Works,Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China
    Not in Reality, 0 Field Art Centre, Beijing, China

    2008 
    Troublemaker, Moon River Museum of Contemporary Art, Beijing, China 
    Art Fairs Shanghai Exhibition Centre, Shanghai, China
    Liu Hai Su Museum, Shanghai, China
    Museum of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, Sichuan, China

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