Hiding in the City: Liu Bolin’s exhibition at Galerie Paris-Beijing

Category: Art Published on 13 Feb, 2013 Tags: , , ,
Hiding in the City: Liu Bolin

Galerie Paris-Beijing is pleased to present the second solo exhibition of Liu Bolin in its Paris space. An internationally celebrated artist, most known for his camouflage photo-performance series ‘Hiding in the City’, Liu Bolin will reveal exclusively to the Parisian public his most recent (dating 2012) previously unseen images took in China and Paris.

After his recent noteworthy participation in the Images de Vevey Festival (Switzerland), where his photographs were printed on the walls of the town, reaching gigantic sizes up to 600 square meters, Liu Bolin will be a guest at the Made in Asia Festival in Toulouse (France, February 2013) for a major personal retrospective of his work.

Galerie Paris-Beijing will show his work again next March in its new Brussels space, for a main retrospective exhibition retracing the last ten years of the artist’s creation, from his first sculptures to his recent monumental installations.

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LIU BOLIN
until Saturday 9th March 2013
Galerie Paris-Beijing
54, rue du Vertbois
75003 Paris

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