Huang Dan’s Monet-inspired Contemporary Ink Landscapes
Why We Recommend it
Guangxi-born, Beijing-based artist Huang Dan’s works are infused with the dreamy colour palettes and forms of the impressionists, while taking reference from the Chinese ink art canon.
Tracing the influences of Chinese artist Huang Dan, this exhibit demonstrates Dan’s continuing creative journey that draws on the stripped-down colour palettes and unfocused forms of the impressionists.
Dan’s works are particularly inspired by the landscapes of Monet and their economy of brushwork. This show will include a concert at the gallery, on Saturday 19 May at 3pm.
This exhibition is organised as a part of annual French arts and culture festival Le French May.