HOFA Gallery

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Simonida Pavicevic   (Co-Founder & Curator)

Elio D'Anna   (Co-Founder & CEO)


House of Fine Art - HOFA Gallery specialises in contemporary art by established and emerging international artists. Dedicated to supporting rare talent and making their work globally accessible, the gallery works closely with all of its artists to ensure the highest level of excellence and integrity across its locations in London, Los Angeles and Mykonos.

HOFA Gallery represents acclaimed painters, sculptors, photographers and multidisciplinary artists from all over the world including China, Korea, America, Italy, France, Argentina and Australia amongst many others. Since its inception in 2014, HOFA Gallery has provided government institutions, museums, art galleries and private collectors access to some of the most sought after and collectable works of contemporary art.

With a unique selection of highly collectable artworks of appreciative value and an uncompromising dedication to art world innovation, the gallery is committed to its mission in cultural leadership. In 2018 HOFA Gallery was the first art gallery in the world to make their entire collection available in cryptocurrency. Using new technologies and digital innovations, HOFA pledges an accessible entry point to the market and inclusivity to art collectors on all levels.

Space Station 6 - Ilhwa Kim

Ilhwa Kim Space Station 6
Signed by the artist on verso.
Hand-dyed hanji paper.
192 x 224 x 16 cm
75.5 x 88.2 x 6.3 inch

White Portrait 27 - Ilhwa Kim

Ilhwa Kim White Portrait 27

Dream Of The Creator -  Wang Ziling

Wang Ziling Dream Of The Creator
Acrylic on wood
75 x 150 x 4 cm
29.5 x 59.1 x 1.6 in

Peak of the Peak  -  Wang Ziling

Wang Ziling Peak of the Peak
Acrylic on wood
150 x 50 x 10 cm
59.1 x 19.7 x 4 in

Further Than Ever -  Wang Ziling

Wang Ziling Further Than Ever

Cashmere -  Camille Hannah

Camille Hannah Cashmere
Oil on plexiglass
150 x 120 cm
59.1 x 47.2 in

Leveche -  Camille Hannah

Camille Hannah Leveche
Oil on plexiglass
175 x 175 cm
68.9 x 68.9 in

Octagon Wall Portal -  Anthony James

Anthony James Octagon Wall Portal
Steel, glass, LED Lights
127 x 127 x 38.1 cm
50 x 50 x 15 in

Icosahedron -  Anthony James

Anthony James Icosahedron
Steel, glass, LED lights
203 cm
79.9 in

Take Me To Paradise (Pink) - Joseph Klibansky

Joseph Klibansky Take Me To Paradise (Pink)
Acrylic and aluminium on canvas, wooden frame
125 x 155 cm
49.2 x 61 in

Big Bang White - Joseph Klibansky

Joseph Klibansky Big Bang White
Bronze, spray paint
50 x 25 x 25 cm
19.7 x 9.8 x 9.8 in
Edition of 20

In Love Multicolour - Emmanuelle Rybojad

Emmanuelle Rybojad In Love Multicolour
Mixed media, mirror, neon and plexiglass.
120 x 105 x 13 cm
47.2 x 41.3 x 5.1 in

Space - Emmanuelle Rybojad

Emmanuelle Rybojad Space
Mixed media, mirror, neon and plexiglass.
120 x 105 x 13 cm
47.2 x 41.3 x 5.1 in

Girl wearing a Helmet -  Romina Ressia

Romina Ressia Girl wearing a Helmet
Signed and editioned on verso, with signed COA.
Archival pigment print.
150 x 100 cm
59 x 39.4 in
Edition of 3

Cabochon - Maxim Wakultschik

Maxim Wakultschik Cabochon
Optical Toothpicks, glass.
100 x 80 x 9 cm
39.4 x 31.5 x 3.5 in

Four Senses - Zhuang Hong Yi

Zhuang Hong Yi Four Senses
Zhuang Hong Yi
Four Senses , 2019
Fine rice paper with acrylic on canvas
85.03 x 94.48 inch

Exhibiting Artists

  • Camille Hannah  (+)

    Biography : Camille Hannah attained a Masters of Fine Art by Research in 2013 and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in 2010, at the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne, Australia where she was the recipient of an Australian Postgraduate Scholarship Award. In 2015 she was selected by an international jury to win the T.I.N.A Art Prize, Maurizio Caldirola Arte Contemporanea, Milan, Italy, and was a finalist & winner of the People’s Choice Award in the Gold Coast Art Prize, Qld, Australia, was shortlisted in 2014 for Contemporary Visions V, Beers Contemporary Gallery, London, and in 2012 she won the Kozica-O’Callaghan Award for Painting. Other awards include the Premio Ora Art Prize, Italy 2013 International Catalogue and being shortlisted from 8000 international applicants for the Arte Laguna Art Prize, Venice Arsenale, Italy and the Wynne Prize, Art Gallery of NSW, 2012.

    Exhibition : Group exhibitions include in 2016, “NOW16”, Fehily Contempoary, Melbourne, Australia, “10th Anniversary”, Artereal Gallery, Sydney, NSW, in 2015, “Signal 8”, The Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong, ART15 Art Fair, London, UK, Sydney Contemporary Art Fair, Sydney, NSW, 2015 and “NOW”, Fehily Contemporary, in 2014 “ABSTRACT”, Benalla Regional Gallery, Vic, “START”, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK and “Ochre, Bones and Urine: A Painting Show”, Fehily Contemporary, Melbourne, and in 2013, “Paint ‘13”, Artereal Gallery, Sydney, NSW and “Everything At Once”, Paradise Hills Gallery, Melbourne.

    Selected solo exhibitions include in 2016 “Neuromancer”, Maurizio Caldirola Arte Contemporanea, Milan, Italy, “ART16,” London, United Kingdom,“SKIN FLICK” 2015, Fehily Contemporary, Melbourne, “Heroine”, 2014, Artereal Gallery, Sydney, NSW, “Peep Show”, Edwina Corlette Gallery, Brisbane, QLD, 2014, ‘Fleshold’, 2013, “Stutter Speed”, 2012, and ‘Excesses’, 2011 at Nellie Castan Gallery, Melbourne, ‘Transparence’ at Seventh Gallery, ‘Desireaux’ at Mailbox 141, Flinders Lane, and ‘Ergo’, RED Gallery, Melbourne. She has curated various exhibitions in Australia including ‘Do it’, George Paton Gallery, University of Melbourne, 2009 and ‘Hidden’, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne, 2010. Hannah’s work has been featured on Inside Art TV, Channel 31 – Interview & profile- Series 2/Week#6/Part 1, The Planner, in Spectrum, Sydney Morning Herald, March 22, 2014, and in ‘theartlife.com.au’, Andrew Frost, March 14, 2014, Lifestyle, Arts, Inner West Courier Interview, March 4, 2014, She was also selected as Critics’ Choice, Vogue Australia, Vogue Arts, March, p.166 in 2014. In 2011, Issue 2 of ‘Helmet’ magazine, March, The Age, Around the Galleries, April 30, 2011 and ‘All Aboard the West’s New Artistic Express’, Art & Design, Sep 2, 2011, Vogue Living
    ‘Bright Sparks’, July/Aug, 2011, and Vogue

    Detailed Description : Camille Hannah’s paintings predicate a model of painting that is born from within the frame of technology; they are embedded in twenty-first century gestural abstraction while conceptually vested in digital and screen technologies. Harnessing the contemporary aesthetic of mediated visuality, whilst acknowledging that painting is, equally indebted to art history, her work acknowledges the influence of the screen-paradigm through notions relating to painting as object/surface and the perception of interactivity, relating to a virtual form of tactility. Traversing the paradox between the prohibition of touch in relation to digital technology and art – and an erotic’s of painting, interactivity relates to seduction: a correlation that enacts the ‘erotics’ of painting, and seeks to engage the viewer immediately in a tactile participation, close and yet distancing at the threshold of vision and touch, while simultaneously providing the viewer with a variable experience of scale. Structurally and aesthetically functioning along the lines of a screen, these paintings aim to incorporate some of the same spectatorial conditions established by a new screen paradigm, such as notions of movement and fluidity, arrested and caught within a painting frame, and the utilisation of a type of perception based on the fragmentary nature of vision.

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    Artist's Objects:

    •  Camille Hannah - Leveche Leveche
    •  Camille Hannah - Cashmere Cashmere

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  • Zhuang Hong Yi  (+)

    Biography : Born in 1962 in Sichuan Province, China, Zhuang Hong Yi lives and works between The Netherlands & Beijing. ​​The flower motif dominates Zhuang Hong Yi's work - a significant image in Chinese culture which carries countless meanings and emotions yet with equally strong associations with the Netherlands, world famous for its flowers - and he works patiently and religiously on this subject year after year, intricately crafting his works with care and forethought. Zhuang's well known and highly collected 'flower bed' works are crafted from delicate pieces of painted rice paper, which he has bent and folded into hundreds of tiny buds. Zhuang has developed his technique from working with a single uniform colour to creating dual- and multiple-coloured works that subtly shift from one dominant colour to another as you move your body and eyes from one side of the work to the other, adding movement, contrast and surprise to the works. Using the traditional Chinese material of rice paper, the works represent Chinese aesthetics, meditations on colour, nature and form, whilst the emphasis on technique and uniformity and the focus on his handling of material are all lessons adopted from the Sichuan College of Fine Arts, where he first studied. Zhuang's painted canvases bear the influence of Impressionism and other Western artistic practices. Working with a freedom of style, as if liberated from his native country's well-established artistic traditions and boundaries, his impasto strokes of daring, bright colours are expressive and unconfined. Colours melt together and paint drips down the canvas, seeping over a collage of delicately unfolded rice paper flowers. The almost sculptural three-dimensionality makes these works both painting and object. Messiness, variety and chance are all embraced, drawing the viewer in, encouraging contemplation as they immerse us in a tapestry of colour and form. Contemporary artist Zhuang Hong Yi is based in the Netherlands but was brough

    Exhibition : Zhuang Hong Yi has exhibited throughout Europe and China and his work is held in numerous esteemed public and private collections worldwide and has been the subject of multiple museum exhibitions at Groniger Museum, Groniger and the Netherlands.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Zhuang Hong Yi - Four Senses Four Senses

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  • Anthony James  (+)

    Biography : Anthony James is a British/American artist based in Los Angeles, known for his monumental and performative sculptures and installations. James graduated from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 1998. His work gestures towards minimalism, materiality, process, alchemy, language, mechanization, and experimentation with light and space. Michael Slenske interviewed James about his work in 2017 and wrote: “Though he claims a lot of his art is about esoteric concerns, death and rebirth, and a certain spiritual energy, he also argues, ‘A lot of the art is in the correction of a mistake or maybe it is the mistake. I’m very open to what comes to me. I feel like certain things are serendipitous.'”

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Anthony James - Icosahedron Icosahedron
    •  Anthony James - Octagon Wall Portal Octagon Wall Portal

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  • Ilhwa Kim  (+)

    Biography : Born in Seoul in 1967, Kim Ilhwa received her Bachelor and Master of Arts in Oriental Painting from Hongik University, Seoul in 1991 and 1996. Using thousands of hand-dyed, cut and rolled pieces of Korean mulberry paper, Kim Ilhwa creates large-scale, textured works inspired by subtle changes in space and environment. They reflect her experience of the modern world. Her meticulous ‘seed’ paintings, won her the 1996 Excellence Award in the 16th Grand Art Exhibition in Korea and the 1999 Grand Prize MANIF Seoul Award.

    Exhibition : Selected Personal Exhibitions
    2018 "Sensory Portrait", The House of Fine Art, London, UK
    2017 "Seeds of the Universe", The House of Fine Art, London, UK
    2016 "Seed Universe 天下圖," Dennos Museum, MI, USA
    2015 "宇宙的种子(Seed Universe)," 三玄社 Arte Place, Guangzhou Opera House, China
    2013 Art Karlsruhe 2013, Karlsruhe, Germany
    2012 Gallery K, Seoul
    2009 Insa Art Center, Seoul
    Seoul Auction Gallery, Seoul
    2008 “Golden Eyes”. Coex, Seoul
    2004 “Plant Sense”. Heiri Art Village, Paju
    Insa Art Center, Seoul
    THE SOCIAL gallery, Seoul
    2003 Chuiong Art Gallery, Gapyung
    2002 Insa Art Center, Seoul
    KCAF, Seoul Art Center, Seoul
    Wobong Art Gallery , Taegu
    2001 Myungdong Gallery, Seoul
    2000 Seongkok Art Museum , Seoul
    1997 Seonam Art Museum, Seoul
    1996 Jongro Gallery, Seoul

    Selected Group Exhibitions & Art Fairs

    2018 Brafa, Tour & Taxis, Brussels, Belgium (Jan. 27-Feb. 4), Kalman Maklary Fine Arts
    Art Palm Springs, Palm Springs (Feb. 15-19), Donghwa Ode Gallery
    "Made in Asia", Opera Gallery NYC, USA (Mar. 14-27)
    Art Paris, Grand Palais, Paris, France (Apr. 5-8), Kalman Maklary Fine Arts
    Art New York, NYC, USA (May 3-6), Donghwa Ode Gallery
    "Korean Contemporary", Opera Gallery Seoul, Korea (May 17-June 28)
    Art Aspen, Aspen Ice Garden, Aspen, USA (July 27-29), Donghwa Ode Gallery
    "From Nature to Culture", Opera Gallery Paris, France (Oct 12 - 26)
    "Quantum", The House of Fine Art, West Hollywood, LA, USA (Oct 24-Nov 24)
    Luxembourg Art Week 2018, "Positions", Luxembourg (Nov 9-11), Artskoco Gallery
    "Touch of Korea", Kalman Maklary Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary (Nov 16 - 20)

    2017 "Dismantle The Core," Elaine L. Jacob Gallery, Wayne State University,
    Detroit, MI, USA
    "Paper Revelation," Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Foundation, NYC, USA
    "A Sustaining Life," Berg

    Detailed Description : lhwa Kim's work 'Seed Universe' is composed of tens of thousands of seed units. Each seed unit has the combination of straight lines and circles, which compose a tiny single universe. The materials are created personally for the each single universe. Kim dyes each sheet of paper by hand with thousands of different colours and cuts and rolls the layers of paper to make it rigid. It gives her an emotional bonding to each single universe. Not a single universe has the same shape, look or colour in her work. When tens of thousands of universes take ​the ​shape of the whole universe, it never stays still and keeps turning into another version​,​ as if the universe rolls slowly from one second to the next. The tactile universe pushes away the distinction between sculpture and painting; tenderly relaxed talk goes on​ ceaselessly​ between the sculptural weight and tactile painting quality. The universe transforms dramatically ​from afar to close up. The sense of completion never comes in full and each perception betrays previous ones a moment ago. Kim's universes are extremely free from optimum point of view. If you take a look at the work closely, lots of seeds are lodged tightly engaged in the surface. The delicate surface whirlpool reminds that seeds are pushing and pulling themselves to sprout. However, the moment you watch it ​from​ a distance, the work becomes full of seed-waves lashed out from the boundary. Tiny seed units by Kim's hands are firm and rigid, but the lump by the seed waves moves tender​ly​ and fast. The surface and sense of the work keep​s​ changing from morning to night​,​ all day long. The 'Seed' work itself does not move, but reforms every moment achieving unseen dynamic balances among calm humble seeds.

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    • Ilhwa Kim - White Portrait 27 White Portrait 27
    • Ilhwa Kim - Space Station 6 Space Station 6

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  • Joseph Klibansky  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Joseph Klibansky - Big Bang White Big Bang White
    • Joseph Klibansky - Take Me To Paradise (Pink) Take Me To Paradise (Pink)

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  • Romina Ressia  (+)

    Biography : Born in 1981 in Argentina, in a small town near to Buenos Aires. Her passion for art started at a young age but it was not until her late twenties, after graduating in Economics, that she decided to dedicate her life to Photography. She studied Photography, Fashion Photography, Art Direction and Scenery in different places including the Institute of the prestigious Teatro Colon. And her influence comes mainly from Classic Paintings. Romina started in fashion photography but was gradually moving to Fine Arts, venturing, beyond Photography, in mixed media. Her works are represented by Galleries in the London, Edinburgh, Switzerland, Belgium & Mykonos, and they have been exhibited in major cities such as New York, Milan, London, Zurich, Paris, Brussels & Buenos Aires, among many others. Titled "Photographer of the year" by the International Color Awards 2017 (among many other international prizes) and selected as one of the 17 young women who are on their way to become influential figures of the world by The Women's Forum for the Economy and Society in 2016 (one of the five most influential forums worldwide according to The Financial Times), Romina has won recognition fast in the Art world.

    Exhibition : HOFA GALLERY - London 2019
    Solo Show "The Age of Decadence", from june 5th to 19th, 2019

    FONDO NACIONAL DE LAS ARTES - Buenos Aires 2019
    Colective Exhibition march - april 2019

    Solo Show at Alejandro Bustillo Gallery, november 2018

    MUSEUMSBERG FLENSBURG - Flensburg, Germany 2018
    Colective Exhibition from july 1st to october 21st, 2018

    HOFA GALLERY - Los Angeles, USA 2018
    Colective Exhibition "Qvantum" november 2018

    MUSEO EMILIO CARAFFA - Cordoba, Argentina 2018
    Solo Show from august 9th to september 30th, 2018

    HOFA GALLERY - London 2018
    Colective Exhibition july 2018

    HA GAMLE PRESTEGARD - Norway 2018
    Solo Show from june 2nd to august 26th, 2018

    ARSENALE - Venice, Italy 2018
    Colective Exhibition as part of the Laguna Art Prize, march 17th to april 8th, 2018

    FONDO NACIONAL DE LAS ARTES - Buenos Aires 2018
    Colective Exhibition from march 22nd to april 29th, 2018

    "Vision" Exhibition at Base from november 15th to 19th, 2017

    4 people show “Different kind of beauty” curated by Vogue Italia, september 14th, 2017

    PALAIS DE GLACE - Buenos Aires, 2017
    Colective Exhibition of the winners and honorable mentions of all disciplines at Salon Nacional de Artes Visuales 2017, from august 22nd to september 24th, 2017

    SALO ART MUSEUM - Finland, 2017
    Colective Exhibition "Lace and Luxury", from may 20th to sept 17th, 2017

    FESTIVAL BENIDORM - Spain, 2017
    Solo Show "Not about Death", from july 15th to august 15th, 2017

    PALAIS DE GLACE - Buenos Aires, 2017
    Colective Exhibition "Salon Nacional de Artes Visuales 2017", from june 8th to july 9th, 2017

    LEICA GALLERY - Milan, 2017
    Colective Exhibition curated by Vogue Italia & Leica from may 16th to june 10th, 2017

    SOMERSET HOUSE - London, 2017
    Colective Exhibition of Sony World Photography Organization's Award at Somerset House from april 21st to may 7th, 2017


    Detailed Description : Owner of a pictorial style, she is well known for her anachronisms and the use of the absurd and the irony to approach modern issues. The attempt to grant a fresh air to the classic style is another important characteristics of her work.

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Romina Ressia - Girl wearing a Helmet Girl wearing a Helmet

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  • Emmanuelle Rybojad  (+)

    Exhibition : 2018
    Exhibition Momentum, Secret Gallery / Paris, France • Exposition / Opera Galerie, Paris, France

    Exposition, 71e edition du festival de Cannes / La suite Sandra & co x E.Rybojad, Cannes, France

    Exposition / Rouge G/ Flagship Guerlain Champs Elysées, Paris, France
    Exposition “In Fashion” / Art Photo Expo / Royal Monceau Raffles Paris, France
    Exposition Eternity Gallery / Miami, USA

    Show Soho Exhibition / Eden Fine Art Gallery, NY, USA
    Eternity Feelings by Emmanuelle Rybojad / Royal Monceau Raffles Paris, France

    Lille Art Fair / Bel Air Fine Art Gallery / Lille, France
    Exposition Gloria Gallery / Paris France
    Exposition Bel Air Fine Air Gallery / London, UK
    Exposition Artion Gallery Athenes, Grece

    Cosy Box by Emmanuelle Rybojad / Courchevel , France

    Vallart exhibition / Courchevel, France

    Starwars Solo Show, Royal Monceau Raffles, Paris, France

    Luxembourg Art Fair / Bel Air Fine Art Gallery, Luxembourg

    Exhibition/ Eternity Gallery, Singapore

    MICS (Monaco International Clubbing Show) / MK ART Invest Group , Monaco

    Personal Vision /APPART / Paris, France

    Knokke-Le-Zoute/ Bel Air Fine Art Gallery, Knokke, Belgium

    Exhibition/ Bel Air Fine Art Gallery, Crans-Montana, Swizerland

    Exhibition/ Bel Air Fine Art Gallery, Gstaad, Switzerland

    Art Elysees 2017/ Bel Air Fine Art Gallery, Paris, France

    Les voiles de Saint Tropez / Bel Air Fine Art Gallery, Saint-Tropez, France

    Beiruth Art Fair / Bel Air Fine Art Gallery, Beiruth, Lebanon

    Exhibition/ Bel Air Fine Art gallery, Cannes, France

    Exhibition/ Bel Air Fine Art Gallery, Venice, Italy

    Exhibition/ Bel Air Fine Art Gallery, Saint-Tropez, France

    Exhibition/ Bel Air Fine Art Gallery, Geneva , Switzerland

    Exhibition for 70 edition of film festival/ MK ART Invest Group, Sandra & co Cannes, France

    La Chunga by Cosy Box / Festival de Cannes, Cannes, France

    Antibes Art Fair 2017, Antibes, France

    Light show by Emmanuelle Rybojad/ MK ART Invest Group/ Les salons Hoche , Paris, France


    Detailed Description : T o escape monotony, it is not necessary to go far. French visual artist Emmanuelle Rybojad, twenty-six years old, takes us on a journey into the world of illusion. In her studio, inspired by the symbols of Pop Art mouvement and pop culture of the 70s, she likes to work various supports: mirrors, neon lights, LED, Plexiglas. Her goal ? To interpret the supports and play with them to go beyond their basic use. Mosaics with Rubik’s cubes, infinity neon diamonds, geometric shapes put into perspective by an assembly of mirrors, the work of Emmanuelle Rybojad invite the viewer to be captured by what one sees and perceives. A modern and inspired artist to discover absolutely.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Emmanuelle Rybojad - Space Space
    • Emmanuelle Rybojad - In Love Multicolour In Love Multicolour

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  • Maxim Wakultschik  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Maxim Wakultschik - Cabochon Cabochon

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  • Wang Ziling  (+)

    Biography : Wang Ziling born 1988 in Hunan, China, works and lives in London. She graduated with an MA in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, University of the Arts London, and BA in painting at Academy of Art & Design from Tsinghua University in Beijing. Her work has won or been shortlisted in several art prizes, including Sunny Art Prize (2018), Beep Painting Prize (2018), Sunday Times Watercolour Competition (2017), Solo Award (2016), the Lacey Contemporary art prize (2016). She has won the Premium Art Special Award from the Society Of Women Artist Exhibition (2016), awarded by Her Royal Highness Princess Michael of Kent, and won the International Confederation of Art Critics Art Contest 4th Prize (2016). Her work also won the bronze prize at ‘Giant Cup’ Today National Art Students Awards at Beijing Today Art Museum (2010). Ziling has also been involved with projects for museums and art organizations. She was an artist in residence at the Centre for Contemporary Chinese Art (2018), and her work was collected by the Today Art Museum in Beijing, China, and the Copelouzos Family Art Museum, Greece.

    Exhibition : 2019
    Asian Contemporary Group Show, House of Fine Art Gallery, London
    Whisper artist in residence exhibition, Center for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester
    Sunny Art Prize, Sunny Art Center, London
    Art Nova 100 annual exhibition, Guardian Art Center, Beijing
    Beep Painting Biennial, Elysiun Gallery, Swansea, Wales
    ‘35×35 Art Project’, work collected by the Copelouzos Family Art Museum, Athens, Greece
    Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colour, Mall Galleries, London
    Sunday Times Watercolour competition tour exhibition, Guildford House Gallery, Guildford
    Sunday Times Watercolour competition tour exhibition, Trowbridge Town Hall Art, Trowbridge
    The 30th Sunday Times Watercolur Competition, Mall Galleries, London
    The 156th Society Of Women Artist Annual Exhibition, Mall Galleries, London
    Pratham Art Show, Nehru Culture Center, Indian High Commission, London
    ‘Contemporary Venice’ international artists exhibition, Palazzo Flangini, Venice, Italy
    Lacey Contemporary Summer Arts Prize finalist exhibition, Lacey Contemporary Gallery, London
    The 155th Society Of Women Artists Annual Exhibition, Mall Galleries, London
    The 82nd London Group Open Exhibition 2015, The Cello Factory, London
    MA Fine Art degree show, Central Saint Martins College of Art, Charing Cross Road, London
    CSM interim show, Bargehouse, OXO Tower Wharf, London
    ‘Giant Cup’ Today National Art Student Annual Awards in Today Art Museum, Beijing, China
    Visual Gallery, BA degree show of Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
    ‘Giant Cup’ Today National Art Student Annual Awards in Today Art Museum, Beijing, China

    Detailed Description : She explores our perception of external surroundings through reforming the structure of how we see and perceive. She works with acrylic on wood and fabric, and through experimentation, has found an acrylic format that can be detached from backboard materials and hardened, facilitating linkages between installation materials and objects and allowing her to explore the intersection between two dimensional images and three dimensional installations. This helps her create connections between structures and images to encourage and challenge our perception of imagery. She adopts and contemporises the cavalier perspective of ancient Chinese visual representation of space and time. In doing so, the connections in her paintings link my exploration of our current cultural and visual experience and customs with ancient visual perspectives, whilst simultaneously connecting with the subject and thing in itself. This dual connection creates and associative relationships and order between things. In using this approach, she encourages the viewer to travel from one image to another, from one time to another, and from one space to another. This process of seeing interacts with different spatial viewing logics and expectations. The connected images are the fragments of what we experience both through time and our understanding of the external environment.

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Wang Ziling - Further Than Ever Further Than Ever
    •  Wang Ziling - Peak of the Peak Peak of the Peak
    •  Wang Ziling - Dream Of The Creator Dream Of The Creator

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Other Represented Artists