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Red in Su Xinping’s paintings represents Chinese culture. “The hands which are ubiquitous in the background, guide believers, like the sail of a ship, to brave the wind and the waves. Hands connote numerous meanings to the Chinese, ranging from ...
These paintings by Su Xinping, depict ‘bloated and exploded’ characters that raise questions about Chinese government and the world.
In May 2009 ChinaVine team members Kristin Congdon, Doug Blandy, Jess Yates, Myra Tam, Crystal Bell, and John Fenn met with Su Xinping in his studio. According to Su Xinping, “Art is to wake [us] up”; hence, scale is important ...
Born in Jining City of Inner Mongolia, Su Xinping drew in primary school and was identified as a talented student. He was accepted into the Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts in 1979 then continued to paint while in the army ...