Guy Langevin has kindly sent along a photo of my work set up in Beijing at the Resonance exhibition that he helped to curate and organize. I also have some links to articles written about the exhibition:
I am thrilled that my work is included in Resonance: Canadian Printmaking Exhibition at Shengzhi Art Centre in Beijing. From the press release:
Thirty Canadian printmaking artists will show their works in Beijing, China, at the Shengzhi Art Centre in Beijing’s 798 Art District from June 28 to July 12. This exhibition, entitled Resonance, is one of many events this year to mark and celebrate the 45th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Canada and China. It is also one of the cultural activities to underline Canada’s commitment to 2015-2016 as the Canada-China year of people-to-people and cultural exchange. The exhibition is being held in collaboration with the Embassy of Canada, Hunan Fine Arts Publishing House, and Shengzhi Art Centre.
Curated by Canadian Ms. Jiaqi Wu, Resonance aims to create a meaningful exchange between Canadian printmakers and Chinese art communities. Through the liaison of Mr. Guy Langevin, a Quebec printmaking artist and academic consultant for the exhibition, the 30 contemporary printmakers whose works will be shown come from across Canada and include some of the most important artists working in this field.