<h1>Qui Shi-hua: Landscapes</h1>

Major show by one of the most prominent contemporary Chinese landscape painters presents masterpieces by Qiu Shi-hua from the 1990s. Qiu Shi-hua is a Taoist who uses meditation to transform his authentic experiences ever since he lived for more than twenty years at the border of a desert in northwestern China. His visual world, world of light and energy, represents a significant synthesis of the thousand-year-old Chinese tradition of classical Chinese landscape painting (in particular, on of its branches called Ńwind and a viewě) and impulses of Western art. Monumental monochromatic paintings, featur the theme of simple, dream-like landscape sections with sparse vegetation veiled in a mist. They are paintigs bordering on the edge of visibility, the border at which a view is transformed into a vision, into a mental landscape.

Galerie Rudolfinum in collaboration with Hanart TZ Gallery, Hong Kong

Curators: Chang Tsong Zung, Petr Nedoma

Tuesday-Sunday 10.00-18.00

Admission

130 / 80 CZK

Thursday 10.00-20.00

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Alšovo nábřeží 12
110 00 Prague 1

Monday Closed

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