The Singapore Art Week will be celebrating its 5th edition in 2017, and will run for a total of 12 days, commencing on the 11th January and closing on the 22nd. To celebrate this event, Asian Art Platform will be hosting a special exhibition for Chinese artist Shi Yanliang at 292 River Valley Road, #02-00, 238333 throughout the period of the event.
If you’d like to come by and see his works, we’re open every Tues to Sun (11am – 6pm).
About the Artist....
Shi Yanliang (时砚亮) was born in Shandong in 1981 and graduated from Central Academy of Fine Arts in 2008. He currently lives and works in Beijing.
Shi Yanliang’s style is clean and crisp – the artist is most famous for his straightforward, flat and vibrant paintings. The paintings of Shi Yanliang tell stories, he uses intensive colours and clean precise lines to depict overwhelming and sometimes deep emotions.
Being an 80s child and one of the most prominent and promising emerging talents in China today, the artist often tries to make sense of the impact of China’s one-child policy as well as of the sudden influence of western capitalism on this generation through his distinctive visual language.