About The Work
LUO Ying’s paintings seek to articulate the power that is contained within softness, and the nascent ability of the charming to reveal the path to truth. Deconstructing the multidimensional structure of the imagined landscape, reveals the spatial perception of traditional landscape painting; deconstructing the brushwork of mountains and rocks, infuses the image with a western visual vocabulary.
Luo Ying (b. 1973, Hangzhou, China) is currently a professor of Chinese Painting and Calligraphy, and director of the master’s programme at the China Academy of Art.
Luo’s paintings seek to articulate the power that is contained within softness, and the nascent ability of the charming to reveal the path to truth. In 2015 Luo Ying was honoured by a solo exhibition at the Zhejiang Art Museum. She also participated in notable group exhibitions, including the opening exhibition of the Gongwang Art Museum (2016), and Post-Brushwork Era: Chinese Landscapes at the Zhejiang Art Museum (2018).
Hanart TZ Gallery was founded in 1983 with the mission of introducing new Chinese Contemporary art both to the Asia region and internationally. Hanart TZ Gallery has been a pioneer in exploring the Chinese cultural map for over 35 years, and has represented and worked with numerous artists who are now internationally prominent. The gallery has become a magnet for both established and emerging artists from the Greater China areas of Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong, as well as the international diaspora.