Yan Pei-Ming, ‘Atelier Eiffel, Dijon ’, 2007, Photography, Inkjet on paper, Qiao Space
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Yan Pei-Ming

Atelier Eiffel, Dijon , 2007

Inkjet on paper
177 1/5 × 244 1/10 in
450 × 620 cm
Location
Shanghai
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Qiao Space
Shanghai

Born in Shanghai in 1960, the painter Yan Pei-Ming lives and works in Dijon. At the age of nineteen …

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Courtesy of YANG FUDONG STUDIO/ 版权归属 杨福东工作室. Photo by André Morin
Yan Pei-Ming
Chinese, b. 1960
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Fusing the Western tradition of portrait painting with China’s cultural history, Yan Pei-Ming creates large-scale works depicting real and imaginary people. Yan’s portraits, typically mono- or bi-chromatic, often verge on abstraction, with broad, patterned brushstrokes and drips of paint. He is perhaps best known for his monumental self-portraits, including Double (Selfportrait at the Morgue) (2006), a watercolor of the artist as a dead man, as well as his eight-foot-tall portraits of Mao Zedong, Bruce Lee, and his father.

Yan Pei-Ming, ‘Atelier Eiffel, Dijon ’, 2007, Photography, Inkjet on paper, Qiao Space
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Born in Shanghai in 1960, the painter Yan Pei-Ming lives and works in Dijon. At the age of nineteen Yan Pei-Ming decided to go to France. After graduation from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, he quickly became noticed for his portraits. He was in residence at the Villa Medici, Académie de …

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Courtesy of YANG FUDONG STUDIO/ 版权归属 杨福东工作室. Photo by André Morin
Yan Pei-Ming
Chinese, b. 1960
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Fusing the Western tradition of portrait painting with China’s cultural history, Yan Pei-Ming creates large-scale works depicting real and imaginary people. Yan’s portraits, typically mono- or bi-chromatic, often verge on abstraction, with broad, patterned brushstrokes and drips of paint. He is perhaps best known for his monumental self-portraits, including Double (Selfportrait at the Morgue) (2006), a watercolor of the artist as a dead man, as well as his eight-foot-tall portraits of Mao Zedong, Bruce Lee, and his father.

Yan Pei-Ming

Atelier Eiffel, Dijon , 2007

Inkjet on paper
177 1/5 × 244 1/10 in
450 × 620 cm
Location
Shanghai
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