Qin Feng 秦风, ‘Civilization Landscape (2)’, 2005, Drawing, Collage or other Work on Paper, Coffee, tea and ink on paper, Amy Simon Fine Art
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Qin Feng 秦风

Civilization Landscape (2), 2005

Coffee, tea and ink on paper
27 1/2 × 45 in
69.9 × 114.3 cm
.
$19,000
Location
Westport
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Qin Feng 秦风
Chinese, b. 1961
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Considered a leading ink painter, Qin Feng represents China’s avant-garde movement. Invited by the German government to curate an exhibition in Germany in order to promote cultural exchange between the two countries, Qin moved to Berlin in the ’90s where he began to fuse Western modernism and the Chinese ink tradition in abstract compositions. Feng uses traditional calligraphic materials but employs his brush with the unrestrained energy of the Abstract Expressionists. Inspired by his upbringing in Xinjiang, a multicultural intersection of the silk roads, Qin has incorporated Chinese, Uighur, Arabic, and Russian language into his work. In recent years, Qin has overlaid pieces of ancient Chinese furniture over ink paintings, reconfiguring them within his explosive abstract marks.

Qin Feng 秦风, ‘Civilization Landscape (2)’, 2005, Drawing, Collage or other Work on Paper, Coffee, tea and ink on paper, Amy Simon Fine Art
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Qin Feng 秦风
Chinese, b. 1961
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Considered a leading ink painter, Qin Feng represents China’s avant-garde movement. Invited by the German government to curate an exhibition in Germany in order to promote cultural exchange between the two countries, Qin moved to Berlin in the ’90s where he began to fuse Western modernism and the Chinese ink tradition in abstract compositions. Feng uses traditional calligraphic materials but employs his brush with the unrestrained energy of the Abstract Expressionists. Inspired by his upbringing in Xinjiang, a multicultural intersection of the silk roads, Qin has incorporated Chinese, Uighur, Arabic, and Russian language into his work. In recent years, Qin has overlaid pieces of ancient Chinese furniture over ink paintings, reconfiguring them within his explosive abstract marks.

Qin Feng 秦风

Civilization Landscape (2), 2005

Coffee, tea and ink on paper
27 1/2 × 45 in
69.9 × 114.3 cm
.
$19,000
Location
Westport
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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