Mou Huan, ‘Jumper’, 2005, E-Moderne Gallerie
Mou Huan, ‘Jumper’, 2005, E-Moderne Gallerie
Mou Huan, ‘Jumper’, 2005, E-Moderne Gallerie
Mou Huan, ‘Jumper’, 2005, E-Moderne Gallerie

Mou Huan bridges ancient China and this new age, shaking off ephemerality and superficiality at once. His paintings prove eminence and timelessness, strength and power in a particularly Eastern fashion. In this way, Mou Huan's work opens a bridge between China's ancient traditional culture and this new age, between the spiritual power of the East and the dramatic and rapidly changing 21st century.

In this famous abstract figurative paintings series, Mou Huan relinquishes architectural details in his works concentrates entirely on his painting the expressive power of his figures, bridges ancient China and this new age.

The contours of the motifs in this painting dissolve further and further. The material world becomes more abstract, while color emerges as a free and autonomous effect.

About the artist:
Mou Huan was born in Chengdu, Sichuan, China. He is a well-known international Asian Contemporary artist. His works bridge ancient China and this new age, shaking off ephemerality and superficiality at once. His paintings prove eminence and timelessness, strength and power in a, mainly Eastern fashion.

His most recent exhibition, including the work Jumper and Kung Fu series, was at the exhibition at the Shanghai Art Bund contemporary museum.

His paintings prove eminence and timelessness, strength and power in a particularly Eastern fashion. In this way, Mou Huan's work opens a bridge between China's ancient traditional culture and this new age, between the spiritual power of the East and the dramatic and rapidly changing 21st century.

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E-Moderne Gallerie, Philadelphia, PA. USA

China

About Mou Huan

Chinese, b. 1959, Chengdu, Sichuan, China, based in China; Germany