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China Daily | Updated: 2022-06-27 06:13
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Shades of ink

Classic Chinese painting has a long history and represents the richness of Chinese culture. Ink artist Yin Yi has also shown that the genre can be imbued with a modern sensibility by pushing the boundaries of traditional style. Yin is displaying dozens of his works at a long-term exhibition at the National Museum of China. He presents the varying shades of ink, with which he is able to hail the grandeur of nature. He says the brushwork should evolve in pace with the changes of time and space. His output reflects the changing landscapes in reality and also the evolution of people's views of beauty. "Over the past three decades, I have been painting so as to be different from ancient artists and contemporary artists, while reinventing myself," he says.

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