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[媒体报道] CCTV:First Chinese artist at Ateliers dArt

2017/12/25

For the first time in its 150-year history, France's Atelier d'Art has presented a Chinese artist. Loretta Yang has brought the 'Liuli' artform to Paris after her breathtaking collection in Shanghai got her noticed.

For the first time in its 150-year history, France's Atelier d'Art has presented a Chinese artist. Loretta Yang has brought the 'Liuli' artform to Paris after her breathtaking collection in Shanghai got her noticed.

When Serge Nicole, president of the Atelier, saw Loretta Yang's contemporary collection at the Shanghai  Liuli Museum last year, he issued his invitation there and then, declaring "you must be part of our  exhibition at the Grand Palais next year".

Yang is the first Chinese artist to be selected throughout the 150-year history of Ateliers d'Art de  France.

'Liuli' is a form of artwork in glass that forms part of her 'Enlightenment' collection in Paris; the  other part consists of work formed from stainless steel wires. 

"No matter what the current technology is, the material or thinking, we extend them to interpret old  wisdom. I don't want to distinguish too clearly between past, present or future, as wisdom penetrates Time  and Space," Yang said.

Loretta Yang (R) is the first Chinese artist to be selected throughout the 150-year history of Ateliers d'Art de France.

According to Yang and her working- and life-partner, Chang Yi - a fellow visionary in the medium - glass  is a study of opposites: resilient yet fragile, sturdy yet ephemeral, reflective yet transparent. In Asian  philosophy, it represents a unique spirit. 

Or, in the words of Chang, who is also curating Yang's exhibition, "Formless but not without Form".

"You can see that everything is in a process from yearning for existence, to non-existence. So it doesn't  stick to a certain form. This is something very interesting about this collection," Chang said.

The Grand Palais, a major landmark on the Champs-élysées, sees 2.5 million visitors a year. In this  renowned venue, Loretta Yang and Chang Yi are bringing the wonders of the Chinese 'liuli' artform to the  world.

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