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He Xiangyu

Everything We Create is not Ourselves 30-1, 2014-2015

Watercolor, ink and pencil on paper
12 1/5 × 16 1/10 in
31 × 41 cm
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He Xiangyu
Chinese, b. 1986
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Conceptual artist He Xiangyu is perhaps best known for his headline-grabbing work The Death of Marat

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Conceptual artist He Xiangyu is perhaps best known for his headline-grabbing work The Death of Marat (2011), which featured a life-like resin sculpture of the corpse of Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei placed in the window of a German gallery. The title nods to the famous Neoclassical painting of French …

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He Xiangyu
Chinese, b. 1986
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Conceptual artist He Xiangyu is perhaps best known for his headline-grabbing work The Death of Marat

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Conceptual artist He Xiangyu is perhaps best known for his headline-grabbing work The Death of Marat (2011), which featured a life-like resin sculpture of the corpse of Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei placed in the window of a German gallery. The title nods to the famous Neoclassical painting of French …

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He Xiangyu

Everything We Create is not Ourselves 30-1, 2014-2015

Watercolor, ink and pencil on paper
12 1/5 × 16 1/10 in
31 × 41 cm
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