Free Your Mind: Art on Paper
Vernissage: 9.9.2016 18-21h
After graduating from the China Academy of Art in 2010, Han Qin moved to Paris to continue her studies at the École Nationale supérieure des Beaux-arts in Paris where she obtained her Master title this year with a beautiful shadow performance. SinArts will be presenting Han Qin's collages for the first time in Belgium. the combination of feminine colour compositions and clear themes of anguish and anger make these works so powerful.
Naoki Fuku moved to London to pick up his artistic career. In the mean time he has continued his artistic career in Switzerland. For the first time in Belgium we will be showing work from the series Babel and Study of the Human Mind. Both series represent a deeply personal expression of many of the fears and emotions Naoki experiences in todays world.
Chen Xi was the first artist to exhibit at SinArts. His beautifully constructed drawings represent an impressive mix of his Chinese heritage focused on technique and materials, and the abstraction he learned during his long art education at the Vienna Art Academy.
In the presence of the artists