《鼓掌》Applause NO.1 (Small), 2013
Bronze, 29 x 15 x 17 cm
About the artwork
DMG The children' forms are laden with meaning in the context of China's history and progression in Wu Liang Yan's sculptures. The pair of sculptures, consisting of a man and woman, have exaggerated forms and are dressed in the prolific blue uniforms. Their hands are placed near their midriffs and are seeming to be in the motion of clapping.
About the artist
Born in 1982, Fujian Province, China, sculptor Wu Liang Yan creates sculptures representing the new face of Chinese youth. In all his works, the same figure is used - a young child with plump cheeks, bearing a disproportionately large head that is tilted upwards, with a red tie around his neck. Each part of the child's form is laden with meaning in the context of China's history and progression. Wu Liang Yan graduated from the prestigious Fujian Art Institute. Today, his critically acclaimed sculptures have been exhibited in both group and solo exhibitions in Xiamen, Beijing and France.Go to Wu Liang Yan's profile ›