Yang Yongliang



Yang Yongliang

A highly dramatic and creative installation/collage black and white photographs collaged and piled together to mimic cigarette ash. “The tip of a huge cigarette sculpture hung vertically in the installation space is revealed upon closer view to consist of cut and layered images of city skylines. below, a pile of ash, composed of small rectangular image cutouts, sits upon a length of fake grass scattered with artificial flowers. With a background in shan shui painting and chinese calligraphy, Yongliang’s work juxtaposes images of modern, urban life with these traditional forms.” I find this way of creating a collage is extremely creative and captures the attention of its audience regardless of whether you are intrigued by art or creations in general or not interested in the slightest.

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