Shanghai exhibition features contemporary spin on time and space

By XING YI in Shanghai | | Updated: 2021-10-07 16:32
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Early Spring in Jiangnan is an art work brought by Shanghai-based artist Ding Yi featuring a square canvas board on which small yellow, green and brown crosses built up by vertical, horizontal, and diagonal lines. [Photo by Xing Yi/]

Jiang Ning, founder of L.S. Art and curator of the exhibition, said time and space are just numeric measurements without meaning and significance.

"Through the creation of artists, the intangible and the void has been captured and become eternal," he said. "I hope the exhibition adds some poetic memories to life."

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