Exploring Harmony with Nature, presents the artworks of six global contemporary artists from Korea, China, andTaiwan, whose works explore the possibility of man co-existing with nature in harmony. The exhibition juxtaposes six artists who have explored the possibility of man co-existing in harmony.
Today we would like to introduce you to one of the artists, Xin Song.
Born in Beijing, Xin Song creates contemporary Chinese papercut wok inspired by the traditional form she learned from studying with farmers in the Chinese countryside in her youth. Using her own photography, magazines, Mylar, rice and other papers, her often large-scale site-specific installations use draping, hanging, glass lamination, and light depending on the project. Her highly diverse themes range from venerable flower motifs and landscape studies to urban scenes that reflect her longtime residence in New York.
You can see her works in our Gallery. Gallery hours are weekends from Noon to 5:00 PM, or by appointment on weekdays. Suggested admission is $5/free for members and students.
Learn more about the exhibition here.