Breaking the Isolation Zhu Ming Solo Exhibition of Performance Art Photography

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Breaking the Isolation Zhu Ming Solo Exhibition of Performance Art Photography

Time: February 26, 2010 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: Alice Chilton Gallery 147 Roebling Street Williamsburg, Brooklyn NY 11211 alicechiltongallery@gmail.com
Street: 147 Roebling Street Williamsburg
City/Town: Brooklyn NY 11211
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Event Type: performance, art, photography, exhibition
Organized By: Alice Chilton gallery
Latest Activity: Feb 16, 2010

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Breaking the Isolation
Zhu Ming Solo Exhibition of Performance Art Photography
OPENING: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26– SUNDAY, MARCH 14
Reception Opening: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26
6:00 – 8:000 pm

ALSO AT THE VERGE ART FAIR: March 4-7
The Dylan Hotel, 52 East 41st Street

Alice Chilton Gallery is extremely proud to present the first solo exhibition of performance photographs in New York, of Chinese artist Zhu Ming – an artist who has been extremely important to the development of performance art in contemporary China.

Growing-up in China after the Cultural Revolution, Zhu Ming finds peace and tranquility in his bubbles – large inflatable sculptures within which one can sit and contemplate, float along the water or stand firm in a desert, creating a zone of isolation.

Zhu Ming moved to Beijing after high school, and immediately entered into performance art. One day, when he was doing laundry, he saw the bubbles from the detergent, and had the epiphany that these bubbles would be the source of his work. He sees the bubbles, which exist and quickly disappear, as a metaphor for life, from one generation to another.

“Zhu Ming’s personal and poignant ‘ bubble art ‘ reminds us all that at times illusion and reality do co-exist. Isolation can indeed be found amid chaos, and that all of life is in a constant state of transition. Expressed through the human body and physical action, performance art will most certainly continue to be one of the most important vehicles available to contemporary artists.”

2.10. 2010
Wang Hua. Curator of Contemporary Chinese Art

The Alice Chilton Gallery is run by Jill McDermid, Director of the Grace Exhibition Space for live Performance Art: www.grace-exhibition-space.com

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