Date posted: November 1, 2014 Author: jolanta

    Meng Huang, Space 2, 2009, oil on canvas, 50 x 40 cm

    Galerie Urs Meile Beijing
    8.11.2014  – 11.01.2015

    OPENING: Saturday, November 8, 2014, 4–7pm, Meng Huang will be present.
    OPENING HOURS: Tuesday to Sunday, 11am–6.30pm

    Galerie Urs Meile Beijing is pleased to announce the opening of the solo exhibition Elbow Room by Chinese artist Meng Huang and the solo exhibition by German artist Christian Schoeler I wanna be ignored  which will focus on his paper works.

    The media-kit for both artists with texts, photos and the artists’ CVs in English is provided here. For questions and interview arrangements with Meng Huang please contact Zhao Mengzhuo at +86 (0)10 643 333 93.

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    We are looking forward to your visit.

    Meng Huang
    Elbow Room

    Galerie Urs Meile Beijing is delighted to announce our second solo exhibition by Meng Huang. As a
    Chinese artist who spends part of his time in Berlin, Meng Huang has embedded his perspective on
    history, derived from his own personal experiences, into the background of his unique artworks. He is
    primarily a painter but he also works in other media such as photography and installation. This exhibition will showcase several different series of paintings Meng Huang has completed in recent years. His unique grasp of hue and his choice of theme which has a rather realistic flavor mirrors the artist’s reflection and analysis on the state of Chinese contemporary society.

    Christian Schoeler
    I wanna be ignored …

    Christian Schoeler, untitled #70-013, 2012, mixed media monotype (various drawing media on handmade paper)
    16.6 x 22.1 cm
    Christian Schoeler’s second exhibition at Galerie Urs Meile in Beijing focuses on his works on paper.
    Besides his large canvases, executed in a mixed media technique and oils, he also creates smaller, more intimate works on hand-made paper. Here he mixes drawing and printing techniques with watercolors or pastels instead of oil paint. The order and layers of the several techniques differ from piece to piece, and in the end even experts cannot distinguish between them. All of the works in the exhibition date from before July 2013, but many of them are being exhibited for the first time.

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