Exhibition Review - Liu Jianhua:'Between' Pace London till 23rd Dec 2015.

Tuesday, December 08, 2015

Image of Pace London with art exhibition review by Drenched Co.


Jianhua's unleaded kiln
arranges china into bone within a system: 
Invasion of human clay
into ruled porcelain puddles 
of fragile blue skies.- Drenched Co

Comment: "Jianhua's poetry needs good poetry (better than anything I can write). Everything else falls short. Jianhua's work is seeped in heritage and porcelain has an interesting history in England and aren't we just so enarmoured with porcelain and ceramics just now? I loved his 'Untitled 2012', a set of eight ceramic discs. " - FaSa.





See http://www.pacegallery.com/london/exhibitions/12771/between

See also http://www.soaked.space/2015/12/exhibition-review-liu-jianhuabetween.html



Caption: Image above: Liu Jianhua©    Installation View  Pace London   2015   
Image courtesy of the artist and Pace London.
We take great care not to harm the image in any way. It has not been cropped, altered, montaged or overlaid with text ( only in the separate sections below and above it) or manipulated in any way. Images are always used with supplied captions. And the views expressed here are solely those of the authors in their private capacity and do not in any way represent the views of the said artists or gallery. - Drenched Co.




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