Yu Hanyu in Fronterad Digital Magazine

Thank you to Jonathan Goodman for this excellent writeup on Yu Hanyu's solo exhibition at Ethan Cohen Kube, Force of Nature: The Power of the Brush. "The magnificent work in ink titled Lonely Soul, Cold Mountain, and Freezing Rocks (2018) (Lonely soul, cold mountain and frozen rocks) implicates us in a similar way, so that what appear tall and thin evergreens on a ridge, illuminated by a partially painted moon, conveys nature in a melancholy way. The composition is magnificent because of its irregular design, which fills the void with forms that enhance the structure of nature. And yes: here there is also a feeling of enormous isolation, which could be the emotional projection of the artist

Ink Worlds: Contemporary Chinese Painting from the Collection of Akiko Yamazaki and Jerry Yang | Pas

Ethan Cohen Gallery is pleased to share information about the first exhibition at the Cantor Arts Center devoted solely to contemporary Chinese ink painting. Though the exhibition has passed, it is noteworthy as a historical and remarkably diverse survey of contemporary Chinese ink painting and calligraphy. Ink Worlds: Contemporary Chinese Painting from the Collection of Akiko Yamazaki and Jerry Yang Exhibition Dates: May 23–September 3, 2018 Curators: Ellen C. Huang, curatorial fellow for Asian art, and Richard Vinograd, Christensen Fund Professor in Asian Art, Department of Art & Art History Stanford, CA – The first exhibition at the Cantor Arts Center devoted solely to contemporary Chines

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