Posted in Erotica, Exhibitions / Openings / Signings, Illustration, Medicine / Anatomy by Suzanne on October 29th, 2011 | BBC Wikipedia
I don’t really have much on this exhibition other than that prints by Fu Lei will be on show and that it closes tomorrow, well today in Chinese terms, at 6 PM sharp at ART Gallery in Tongzhou District in Beijing, so if you’re out there, do go check it out.
In the exhibited works, Fu Lei’s (does anyone have a link with more works by him?!) Brancusiesque bunny character voyeuristically disrupts Rubenesque scenes of intercourse and autoerotic thrombosis taking place amongst silken pillows, nooses, pearls and rotting food… which is PRECISELY why I’m posting this here in the first place.
Google Translate spits out stuff like this when trying to translate the press release so go figure:
“Fu Lei, deconstruction is the period of history (the history of the digestion period of the structure) still adhere to the pure spirit of the legacy of ancient beads. He was forgotten in the old grid deepest material, as has been forgotten in the appendix in the digestive system of a hard rice.”
Oh, and anyone who says “Oh cool, reminds me of Botero!” will have their fucking IP blocked for good.
On show: Oct 16 – Oct 30, 2011
Address: ART Gallery, East Region Songzhuang, Tongzhou District, Beijing, China, email: email@example.com
Hours: Tue – Sat: 10 AM – 6 PM
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