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Lost In Myths - Paintings By Yinjie Sun
Yinjie Sun was born in 1985 in Jiangxi Province, China. He received his Bachelors degree from the China Academy of Art and Central Saint Martin's College of Art.
In his art, Yinjie focuses on the following key themes in his work: Life in China and UK, religions and beliefs and their impact on the everyday existence and Chinese literature. He has inherited his traditional skills from western old masters paintings and at the same time he integrates a lot of new concepts and Chinese philosophy into his works, using a vocabulary that global audiences are able to understand in the context of ancient Chinese Philosophy.
Yinjie exhibits extensively both throughout the UK and internationally. His most recent Solo shows include The Museum of East Asian Art, Bath (2012), Museo Ramon Maria Aller Museum, Lalin, Spain (2012) and his work has appeared in numerous publications such as BBC China, Eastern Art Report, The State Council News Office of China, People's Daily Newspaper, China News, Art China, and is represented in public and private collections in Britain and worldwide.
Visit asiahouse.org/exhibitions-and-events/detail?id=245 for more information
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Venue: Asia House
63 New Cavendish Street
W1G 7LP 51.519653, -0.146378
Enquiries: 020 7307 5454
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