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Female artist uses stickers to show pop culture

By Deng Zhangyu | China Daily | Updated: 2017-06-06 07:26

Ye Hongxing is presenting works that use thousands of stickers to render well-known pop culture images.

Her ongoing show at Beijing's Opposite House also displays her installations and sculptures.

Among her installations is Mandala, a large thangka painting - an innovative take on the traditional Tibetan Buddhist art form - placed flat on ground with a pagoda standing on it. Both the painting and pagoda are made up of countless little things - the former by stickers and the latter by toys.

Female artist uses stickers to show pop culture

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