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Rising One Meter for the Nameless Mountain

Cang Xin1995

Today Art Museum

Today Art Museum
Beijing, China

Born in the northeastern province Heilongjiang in 1967, Cang Xin became a fixture in Beijing’s East Village--an art district deriving its name from New York’s famed neighborhood—during the 90s. Beijing’s East Village was a site of growth for many of China’s most famous contemporary artists, serving as an open-minded platform for experimentation and discovery. Cang Xin displays a mutual admiration for the nude, vulnerable human body and the pristine grandeur of nature. The artist suggests that in this exposed state one is at last in harmony with Nature.

Details

  • Title: Rising One Meter for the Nameless Mountain
  • Creator: Cang Xin
  • Date: 1995
  • Physical Dimensions: w127 x h250 cm
  • Type: Photography
  • Rights: Today Art Museum

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