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Liu Wei’s “Shadows”

LONG MARCH SPACE, Beijing

View of Liu Wei’s “Shadows” at Long March Space, Beijing, 2018. Left: Cave No. 1, 2018. Right: Cave No. 2, 2018.
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Ming Lin

Liu Wei’s “Shadows” is a rigorous exercise in time-space travel. A series of heavily pigmented, depthless shapes hang on the walls of the gallery’s foyer (“Caves,” 2018) serving as oblique entry points into the main exhibition space, where the viewer encounters a cluster of studded and welded metallic structures (Shadows,... continue reading
Liu Wei, Meditation No.2, 2010.
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Colin Chinnery

Liu Wei’s largest solo show to date deals with two main visual tropes—the horizon and the city. The first monumental sculpture we are confronted with is a megalopolis bristling with corporate towers perched high upon a bare rock, guarded further by a broad building in the shape of China’s national... continue reading

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