Ying Sheng Yang: Twice a Stranger
7 February to 4 May 2014
Opening Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri & Sat: 9am-5pm, Sun 11am-5pm. Extended: Tue & Thu: 9am-9pm
Through his collection of abstract paintings and prints, Ying Sheng Yang questions the importance that memories play in our image of ourselves. When the people and places of our formative years have changed beyond all recognition, what can we lay claim to? These organic, abstract images tell a story without a narrative: they are evocative of something that is no longer there but which leaves a lasting impression.
Born in China, Ying Sheng Yang has lived and worked in London for the last 25 years. Part of the famous 85 New Wave Movement of Chinese avant-garde artists, he has won many awards and exhibited in China, England and across the globe.
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