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Wang Tiande
后山 1

Bast Paper, Ink, Burned Mark
36.5 x 188cm


The presence of overlapping layers enriches the whole concept with the presence of time. This imbues the natural scenery that is depicted with delicacy in smooth motions. At the same time, Wang Tiande incorporates an element of the sacred into his art, burning his thoughts into the surfaces of all layers to create multiple visions into his parallel universes.

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    Born in 1960 in China, Wang Tiande is one of the most significant and innovative calligraphers of present times, internationally renowned for his revolutionary takes on traditional Chinese art. A graduate of the Chinese Painting Department at the Zhejiang Academy of Fine Arts in 1988, the artist is now dean and professor at the Art and Design Department of the prestigious Fudan University in Shanghai. Characteristically using incense sticks to burn symbols, which resemble Chinese characters, onto rice paper, Wang Tiande’s work has been collected by the British Museum, London, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Boston Museum of Fine Art, Hong Kong Museum of Art, Shanghai Museum of Art, Guangdong Art Museum, Shenzhen Art Museum and JP Morgan Bank.  Read More

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