The traveling exhibition Painting and Existence: Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Abstract Painting began its journey in February 2019 at Tang Contemporary Art Hong Kong. The show traveled to Whitestone Gallery in Taipei in August 2019, and it will now close at both of Tang Contemporary Art's Beijing spaces. As the conclusion to the show, this exhibition will present more than 70 abstract paintings by 35 Chinese, Japanese, and Korean artists, tracing the development of abstract painting from its beginnings with Gutai in Japan in the 1950s to Dansaekhwa in South Korea in the 1970s to its emergence in China in the late 1980s to the present.
Artists: Chen Wenji, Chi Qun, Ding Yi, Feng Lianghong, Ju Ting, Leng Guangmin, Li Kezheng, Liang Quan, Ma Shuqing, Ou Jin, Qian Jiahua, Qu Fengguo, Shang Yang, Shen Han, Shen Zhenglin, Tan Ping, Wang Yi, Wang Zhiyi, Xue Feng, Ye Zhou, Yu Youhan, Zhang Xuerui, Zhu Jinshi, Katsuyoshi Inokuma, Kim Deok Han, Mukai Shuji, Tsuyoshi Maekawa, Tetsuo Mizu, Yukihisa Isobe, Choi Myoung Young, Ha Chong Hyun, Kwon Young Woo, Lee Dong Youb, Lee Ufan, Yun Hyong Keun.
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