From March 8 to April 13, 2019, the Liusa Wang Gallery brings together some thirty young emerging Chinese artists, all living in Europe. Through this exhibition Yellow Reflection, the artists express their refusal of a marginalization of their ethnicity by the Westerners and realize an introspection of their identity. The 30 artists use various inspirations. While some share personal experiences as Chinese artists living abroad, others choose a more general vision and show the commonality of living conditions of the Chinese community in Europe. They give here their personal definition of Chinese identity beyond borders, far from clichés, and thus...
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