Naomi Looking Forward
Tuesday to Sunday 10:00-17:00 (Last admission: 16:30)
Closed on Mondays
The Train Garden is open to the public every day
111 Ruining Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai
Li Shan, born in 1942 in Heilongjiang Province, now lives and works in Shanghai. His paintings show a strong expressive vocabulary, and since then have continued to show a tendency towards austerity, his “initial” series describes the emotional fluctuations that lie deep within the human heart. He uses large canvases, delicate brushwork and androgynous images to create an atmosphere of emotional unease that expresses the neutral nature of people in the face of social effects.
His works have been collected by San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Shanghai Long Museum, Heilongjiang Museum, Shenzhen Art Museum, M+ Hong Kong, Yuz Foundation in Jakarta, and Uli Sigg Collection in Switzerland.
Xiao Feng & Song Ren
Bernd Becher & Hilla Becher
XIAO Feng & SONG Ren