LIU BOLIN

THU APR 21 2016 — SAT JUL 9 2016

Liu Bolin was born in 1973 in Shandong, China and studied sculpture at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, graduating with an MFA in 2001.  Better known as “The Invisible Man” in media circles, Liu sprang from a generation of artists struggling with the consequences of the Cultural Revolution and the rapid economic development in the decades after. He discusses the social concerns of his home country through his artistic practice, most prominently through his ‘camouflage’ installations. Traversing mediums such as performance, photography and social activism, Liu dissects the tense relationship between the individual and society by ‘disappearing’ into environments which are sites of intrigue, contention and criticism. His "Hiding in the City" series has been displayed in numerous museums and institutions across the globe. 

LIU BOLIN - Hiding in New York No. 9, Gun Rack, 2013
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All sizes signed, titled, dated, and editioned on artistís label verso
All sizes face mounted to plexi and back mounted to aluminum 

23 5/8 x 31 1/2 inch archival pigment print
Edition of 6 

35 3/8 x 47 1/4 inch archival pigment print					
Edition of 6

44 1/4 x 59 inch archival pigment print
Edition of 6

LIU BOLIN

Hiding in New York No. 9, Gun Rack, 2013
LIU BOLIN - Hiding in New York No. 9, Gun Rack, 2013

LIU BOLIN

Hiding in New York No. 9, Gun Rack, 2013
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All sizes signed, titled, dated, and editioned on artistís label verso
All sizes face mounted to plexi and back mounted to aluminum 

23 5/8 x 31 1/2 inch archival pigment print
Edition of 6 

35 3/8 x 47 1/4 inch archival pigment print					
Edition of 6

44 1/4 x 59 inch archival pigment print
Edition of 6

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