Every birth of
a new trend and thought of art has its origin in a past tradition.
Thus we should question the existence of an entirely new art form.
And I clearly accept the importance of digesting the giant tradition
we had behind us to formulate our own personal ongoing searches. In
doing this, the instinctual rebellious part of an artist should come
forth and be sensitive to the stimulus of our surroundings while remaining
in a realm of freedom that is not affected by convention. To put it
simply, being free in expressing one's real feelings is important
for an artist.
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on 4th Nov 1964 in Labrang, Gansu Province
Graduated from Northwest Minorities College, Fine Arts Dept, Lanzhou.
Studied at Central Academy of Drama, Beijing.
of art chosen for display at major national exhibitions in Lhasa,
Beijing, Guangzhou and Hong Kong. Invited to be artist-in-residence
at Banff Center for the Arts, Canada, Sept.–Nov. 2001.
Art works exhibited at White Museum, Banff, Canada, 2001
Invited as artist-in-residence by Snug Harbor Cultural Center, New
multiple exhibitions in New York and other U.S. cities in 2001-2002
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