HU Renyi: Suzhou through the prism of modernity

by swisscham in Culture & Society

Hu Renyi’s paintings capture the affinities between the architecture and the classical gardens of his native city, Suzhou, and his memories of growing up at a time when he could absorb tradition, history and the accelerated changes that were taking place.  Rather than sink into melodramatic nostalgia, the artist invites us inside the subtle eurythmy between the earth and the sky. 3dotswater.com interviewed Hu Renyi at the School of Visual Arts in New York.  The interview focused on his paintings and their relationship to architecture and landscape.

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