post-title Xia Peng | it fits! | Migrant Birds Space | 09.03.-13.04.2018

Xia Peng | it fits! | Migrant Birds Space | 09.03.-13.04.2018

Xia Peng | it fits! | Migrant Birds Space | 09.03.-13.04.2018

Xia Peng | it fits! | Migrant Birds Space | 09.03.-13.04.2018

until 13.04. | #1902ARTatBerlin | Migrant Birds Space presents from 9th March 2018 the exhibtion “es fügt sich!” (> it fits!) with artworks by the artist Xia Peng.

When we last showcased Xia Peng’s works in 2015, the Berlin public shared our appreciation for the way his paintings comfortably alternate between the involved and the minimal. Not just a sense of compositional looseness, but loosely tight and nimble in terms of their sensibility and taste. The new works you now see from 2017 have not been imbued with too much subjective intent; they aim only to thread together various pasts and presents through their spare colours and solitude. Eschewing structure for melody, moving from the local to the void to the infinite, this is the direction Xia Peng invites us to go in. The monochrome and opaque images and segments are as likely to be a collage as they are a deconstructed image.

ART at Berlin - Migrant Birds Space - Flyer Xia Peng
Migrant Birds Space – Invitation Xia Peng

The exhibition comprises 13 works on canvas, 8 in ink, and various block prints.

Vernissage: Friday, 09th March 2018, from 7:00 p.m.

Exhibition period: Friday, 09th March to Friday,13th April 2018

Zu Migrant Birds Space


Image caption: via Migrants Birds Space

Exhibition Xia Peng – Migrant Bird Space | Contemporary Art ART at Berlin


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