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Ji Wenyu

Our Life Is Sweeter Than Honey, 2002

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20 9/10 × 47 1/5 in
53 × 120 cm
location
Shanghai, Beijing, Singapore
Ji Wenyu
Chinese, b. 1959
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Ji Wenyu’s paintings are defined by saturated colors and critical allusions to Pop art. Juxtaposing …

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Ji Wenyu’s paintings are defined by saturated colors and critical allusions to Pop art. Juxtaposing propagandistic depictions of heroic workers with Western advertisements, the work suggests that consumerism has replaced Communism as the driving force of Chinese society, mocks the vulgarity of China’s burgeoning …

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Ji Wenyu
Chinese, b. 1959
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Ji Wenyu’s paintings are defined by saturated colors and critical allusions to Pop art. Juxtaposing …

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Ji Wenyu’s paintings are defined by saturated colors and critical allusions to Pop art. Juxtaposing propagandistic depictions of heroic workers with Western advertisements, the work suggests that consumerism has replaced Communism as the driving force of Chinese society, mocks the vulgarity of China’s burgeoning …

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Ji Wenyu

Our Life Is Sweeter Than Honey, 2002

Print and mirror on wood
20 9/10 × 47 1/5 in
53 × 120 cm
location
Shanghai, Beijing, Singapore
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