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From Xi'an to Paris, Cang delivers his attitude and pursuit of perfection in his works through his life experience. His works present a bizarre, phantom-like landscape with gorgeous colors, fuzzy outlines and poetic languages. Influenced by Francis Bacon, the "space" Cang creates in his works breaks through the framework and gives it a sense of "infinity". At the same time, he fuses the heroic temperament of Northwest Chinese with the Western contemporary abstraction. Cang’s new research emphasizes on artworks’ aesthetic function and purity of vision while pursuing and discovering the artistic value of creation.

Artist Biography

Cang Yuan

Born in 1979, French-based Chinese painter. Holder of Doctorate in arts, he studied at the School of Plastic Arts at Paris VIII University and then at the Ecole Supérieure Libre d'Art de Paris (ESLAP) where he obtained the National Diploma of Doctor in plastic art. Cang specialized in the study of portraits of the British painter Francis Bacon. He has also accomplished a series of research in philosophy, aesthetics, art history and oil painting. He has participated in numerous exhibitions including Salon d'Automne and Contemporary Art Cannes Biennale, American Miami International Art Fair (2014), the 6th “The Silk Road International Arts Festival – France Truth and Imagery” (2019). Cang was awarded the Silver Medal of the Exhibition of the European Academy of Contemporary Art (2013), Art Achievement Award of the National Academy of Contemporary Art Competition (2014), Morgan City Award of Exhibition of Contemporary Art in Cannes (2015).

 

From Xi'an to Paris, Cang delivers his attitude and pursuit of perfection in his works through his life experience. His works present a bizarre, phantom-like landscape with gorgeous colors, fuzzy outlines and poetic languages. Influenced by Francis Bacon, the "space" Cang creates in his works breaks through the framework and gives it a sense of "infinity". At the same time, he fuses the heroic temperament of Northwest Chinese with the Western contemporary abstraction. Because of his academic background on both philosophy and aesthetics, Cang’s new research emphasizes on artworks’ aesthetic function and purity of vision while pursuing and discovering the artistic value of creation.

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