Painter's abstract works express a search for inner voice

By Lin Qi | | Updated: 2023-03-27 15:24
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Jin Rilong's work presents years of search for an inner voice. [Photo provided to]

Modern scholar Wang Guowei (1877-1927) said that landscape not only existed in nature and the physical world, but that one's feelings and emotions — happiness, anger, sorrow and joy — also constituted a certain kind of landscape; therefore, to well present the world, one should be adept at giving a figurative depiction of the real world and expressing what he truly felt through which one can reach a realm of the mind.

In his work, Jin Rilong has been working to enter that realm by integrating what he sees and how he feels into a landscape of abstraction. At his solo exhibition, Jin Rilong: Inner Voice in the Universe, the professor of Central Academy of Fine Arts shows 50 paintings reviewing his explorations from the figurative to abstract approaches throughout years.

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