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Wang Keping

Wang Keping

10 Chancery Lane Gallery

Until July 22

The 10 Chancery Lane Gallery is celebrating its fifth anniversary with an exhibition of Wang Keping's sculptures in wood and bronze.

Thursday, 15 June, 2006, 12:00am

The John Thompson Collection

This is an exhibition of 40 hand-finished silver gelatine photographs of 19th-century Hong Kong, China and Southeast Asia, created using the original glass-plate negatives. While perusing the prints, you can also admire the work of Chinese sculptor Wang Keping. Although Wang has lived and worked in France since 1984, he played a big role in stimulating the contemporary arts movement in China.

4 Dec 2002 - 12:00am

Wang Keping

Acclaimed Chinese sculptor Wang Keping is exhibiting his work. Wang, who has lived and worked in France since 1984, played a key role in stimulating the contemporary arts movement in China and was one of the founders of the mainland's first non-conformist artist groups - The Stars (xing xing). Nov 27-Jan 11, 10 Chancery Lane Gallery, Central. 2810 0065

16 Nov 2002 - 12:00am

Wood breathing with sensuality

It is odd, when viewing the works of Wang Keping, to think that the word 'wooden' is used in English to describe something dead or, at best, hopelessly inert.

20 Nov 1997 - 12:00am

Aflame with creativity

Students from St Clare's Girls' School got the chance to work with sculptor Wang Keping after being inspired by a slide-show and talk about his art.

But Wang, who works mainly in wood, insists he too is inspired by the spontaneous nature of young artists.

'Children are filled with artistic talent,' Wang said after the workshop.

13 Nov 1997 - 12:00am