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FQ Projects (非青计划)
2014.08.05 Tue - 2014.09.04 Thu
Opening Exhibition
08/03/2014 17:00
No.76, Lane 927 Mid Huai Hai Road, Shanghai, China(淮海中路927弄淮海坊76号)
86 21 6466 2940
Opening Hours
Tuesday - Sunday 10am-6pm

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FQ Projects Opening Sunday 5-7pm Aug 3rd, Summer Group Exhibition
[Press Release]

Opening: 2014.8.3, 5-7pm
Exhibition: 2014.8.5-9.4

In this hot summer, FQ Projects is pleased to present the Summer Group Exhibiton opening on August 3rd, hoping to bring a cool place for the guests.

This exhibition represents FQ Projects’ main artists, such as Yan Sha Zi An from the 80’s artist generation who cooperates with us for the first time, and also artists  who already gained a certain recognition and maturity like Chai Yiming, Mou Huan and Dai Mouyu. Two young female artists Shi Yan and Mo Di along with Walter Trecchi from Italy will also present their artworks.
Yan Sha Zi An’ s series “Chinese Portrait-Crowd” show the humanistic thinking based on the reality. He focuses on the Chinese common phenomenon “get together” to let people reflect on themselves and also shows his philosophical mind on  the contrast between “assemble” and  “disperse”, “move” and  “still”.
We can wander in Chai Yiming’s ancient mythological world through his painting series “Shan Hai Tale”, meet the pure genies between the exotic mountains and rivers. His mysterious paintings are full of innocent but erotic colors.
Both Mou Huan and Shi Yan have chosen animals as their subjects. As Mou Huan pays attention to the color and light to represent the rhinoceros and chameleon he had seen, Shi Yan uses pencil to draw each delicate and light feather, showing the emotions and spirit she had felt observing the birds. These two outstanding artists with different interpretations of animals will give the audience an interesting experience.
Dai Mouyu shows an emotional and rational balance of beauty by his delicate and complex lines. He uses the most common contemporary tool — needle ink pen– to create a Chinese classical world.
At last but not least, Mo Di’s “Dream” convey the feelings that all people would  encounter in their childhood, loneliness, unknown joy and fear of the strange adult world.