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What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
I am interested in how people can be manipulated by society. I paint themes such as our monetary system, and its effect upon people and society. In my works I take people as my main subject, because they are the principal victims of manipulation, and I am one of these people.
Yue Yang was born in Longnan, Gan Su province in the northwest of China. He had special interest in art when he was still a child & he also studied western philosophy. In 2005, he went to Beijing Songzhuang, the birthplace of Chinese contemporary art. His paintings are a combination of Chinese traditional art & western modern art, making new breakthroughs both in materials & technique. Heavily abstracted & sculptural, his bright perforated forms resemble colorful coral reefs with the shadows they appear to cast creating a secondary art piece.
- via: Saatchi Art
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