Ji Dachun’s work is often discussed in terms of an East-West dialectic in its appropriation of traditional Chinese painting forms and its ambivalent, postmodern attitude towards the construction of meaning. “Ji Dachun: Without a Home” seeks to engage an artist whose works’ manifold strangeness defies such simplistic classification, instead focusing on the evolution of the artist’s practice and artistic language over the past two decades.

This artwork was featured in the UCCA exhibition “Ji Dachun: Without a Home,” 2014


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