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Beijing Commune
2015.07.23 Thu - 2015.09.12 Sat
Opening Exhibition
07/23/2015 16:00
798 Art District 4 Jiuxianqiao Road Chaoyang District Beijing 100015
+86 10 8456 2862
Opening Hours
Tues-Sat, 10am-6pm
Lu Jingjing

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Wang Guangle “Six Colors”
[Press Release]

Beijing Commune is pleased to announce the opening of Wang Guangle’s third solo exhibition “Six Colors” at the gallery on July 23th, 2015. The exhibition will continue until September 12th, 2015.

Wang Guangle is generally considered one of the most representative figures in the New Abstract Movement that has gradually formed through the past decades among the emerging generation in China’s contemporary art scene. His paintings have acquired increasing attention since the Terrazzo series in early 2000s. His later works from the Coffin Paint and Untitled series consistently imply a looming thread thatis closely related to an immediate experience with time and life. This exhibit shows off six large scale color paintings from the artist’s latest Untitled series.

Wang Guangle was born in Fujian Province in 1976, he graduated with BA in oil painting at the China Central Academy of Fine Arts in 2000. He currently lives and works in Beijing. His paintings have been extensively shown worldwide. Museums that have shown his art include Rubell Family Collection and Contemporary Arts Foundation in Miami, White Rabbit Art Museum in Australia, Museum Ludwig in Germany, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing, Long Museum in Shanghai, the Museum of Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, and so on. He was also shown at the Busan Biennale, Korean (2010) and California-pacific Triennial, Orange County,U.S. (2013). His solo shows have been held both at Beijing Commune and Pace Gallery in New York. His recent group shows include “Focus Beijing: DeHeus-Zomer Collection” at the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, the Netherlands(2014), “When Now is Minimal: The Unknown Side of the Goetz Collection” atMuseion in Bozen, Italy (2014), and “28 Chinese” at Asian Art Museum in San Francisco,U.S. (2015).