An artwork from Wu Ci-Tsung’s “Exposé” exhibition, titled Cyano Collage 094. Photo: Galerie du Monde / Wu Chi-Tsung An artwork from Wu Ci-Tsung’s “Exposé” exhibition, titled Cyano Collage 094. Photo: Galerie du Monde / Wu Chi-Tsung
An artwork from Wu Ci-Tsung’s “Exposé” exhibition, titled Cyano Collage 094. Photo: Galerie du Monde / Wu Chi-Tsung
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Taiwanese artist Wu Chi-Tsung paints with light and makes a traditional Chinese art form modern

  • On first glance, Wu Chi-Tsung’s blue-and-white landscapes look like photographs or delicate ink paintings
  • Instead, they are made by the laborious layering of strips of Cyanotype, or so-called sun print paper

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An artwork from Wu Ci-Tsung’s “Exposé” exhibition, titled Cyano Collage 094. Photo: Galerie du Monde / Wu Chi-Tsung An artwork from Wu Ci-Tsung’s “Exposé” exhibition, titled Cyano Collage 094. Photo: Galerie du Monde / Wu Chi-Tsung
An artwork from Wu Ci-Tsung’s “Exposé” exhibition, titled Cyano Collage 094. Photo: Galerie du Monde / Wu Chi-Tsung
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