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Updated: 2022-06-13 06:03 ( China Daily )
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'Spiritual drift'

Ma Kelu, an important but low-profile figure in Chinese contemporary art, says, "painting is almost a madness and impossibility. Tirelessly, we enjoy it even though there is no path to return. Painting is a way of existence, a spiritual drift." The Beijing-based artist's solo exhibition, Wilderness, at the Pearl Lam Galleries, in Hong Kong, is an assembly of his landscapes and abstract works, done on paper, canvas and traditional xuanzhi (rice paper), since the 1970s. Ma's representational landscape paintings embody memories of Beijing from the past, while the abstract works show his sought-after purity and a highly personal expression in art. The exhibition ends on July 30.

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