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SKU 0ab6a07a40a0 Categoría Etiquetas ,

Peso N/D
Dimensiones 70 × 50 cm
Medida (CM)

70×50

color-principal

Verde

vida-artista

(1963 – actual)

pais

China

corriente1

realismo cínico

artista

Fang Lijun

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Fang Lijun (Chinese: ???; born 1963) is an artist based in Beijing 2. He was born into a wealthy family with a high social status. In the 1990s, there was a cultural movement1 in China referred to as Cynical Realism of which Fang Lijun was a member. Living in China during this critical time1 shaped his worldview in terms of his views on art, human values and morality.

Fang Lijun attended Children Cultural Place school.1 During his time at school, he met Li Xianting (who would later be a famous critic) and was introduced to watercolors, oil paints and ink.

Fang Lijun decided to leave high school to pursue his artistic dream. He made a decision to go to Hebei Light Industry Technology school to study ceramics for three years. However, Fang Lijun did not want to stop his studies there. Instead of having an intellectual job in the ceramics department, he prepared himself to take the entrance exam to enroll at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing. He was fascinated by the medium of oil painting and chose it for his final graduation project.1

At the beginning of 1992, Fang Lijun moved to Yuanmingyuan village in north-west Beijing.1 Due to the economy and other difficult cultural issues, painters wanted to create a utopia where they could freely paint and express themselves. That was when Yuanmingyuan village drew artists’ attention. At the time, painters like Fang Lijun had to face many obstacles and challenges, particular financial issues. In order to be able to paint, they needed to have funds to buy materials. However, there was no certainty that they would receive any funding, so it was extremely difficult for painters to be able to follow what they love. Fang Lijun and other artists like him had to paint for a living due to the economic pressure.1

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