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National Art Museum of China is pleased to debut Taiwan’s Abstract Expressionist, Yeh Chu Sheng, and his 2009 Exhibition Infinity in Beijing

March 28- April 11, 2009

National Art Museum of China is pleased to debut Taiwan’s Abstract Expressionist, Yeh Chu Sheng, and his 2009 Exhibition—Infinity in Beijing, on view from March 28 through April 11, 2009. Works from the “Seed” collection since 2007 highlight Yeh’s deep awareness of his surrounding environment and concern over natural ecology. “Order and Disorder,” the core belief behind his artistic creations, describes how microscopic changes in the living phenomena present in our surroundings turn out to be an enduring principle of the universe and its trajectory. Under Yeh’s meticulous observation and adaptation, differing forms of a sprouting seed emerge and become novel, individualized depictions; they are all representations of the artist’s worldview.

Inspired by the conversation between Earl of He and Northern Sea in Zhuangzi’s Autumn Floods, the theme of this exhibition explores the interrelations between living organisms and universal propagation, and the inter-dependency between habitat and humanity. Infinity has multiple connotations, not only does it refer to the eternal growth of our living universe amid time’s endless motion but also suggests the irregular sequence of gain or loss, and the randomness of any causal outcomes in our world. These diverse descriptions of our living world reflect Yeh’s ongoing dialectical progression.

In preparation for Yeh’s upcoming solo exhibitions at National Museum of China and Shanghai Art Museum throughout 2009, Leisure Art Center has published a catalogue with essays written by Gong Yun Biao and You Junming, both authors of authoritative books on modern Chinese development of arts. The exquisitely made catalogue will accompany the exhibition.


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