Victoria Yin, sculptor, painter and poet, made a splashing exhibit at List Art Building, Brown University, with a stunning display of pure crystal blocks of sculptures, transformed from 2-dimensional paintings. Some of those crystal blocks weight more than 300 pound. The exhibition is part of the artist’s ambitious project that includes some of the largest outdoor sculptures that are, and will be ever made for institutions, corporations, and the public.
Modern Masters Arts Boston is pleased to present a new series of radical works by Victoria Yin and Zoe Yin. Working with advanced laser technology, the Yin sisters dismount and re-render two-dimensional paintings in ghostly three-dimensional spaces, reinvestigating how we perceive spatial relationships, while simultaneously exploring the meanings of ‘machine-made’, mass-production, and industrial art.
Featuring delicate forms that seem suspended, frozen, or drifting in transparent illusory worlds, the pieces evoke an ethereal, yet chilling sense of fragility and vulnerability. These worlds seem close enough to touch and walk into, but are untouchable, confined within their own ‘bubbles’ like parallel universes. The viewer is at the same time, confined to the outside, unable to escape the role as an outsider looking in and is hence overcome with both loneliness and awe at the multitude of worlds of which we are only part of one.
Modern Masters Arts Boston will hold “Mathematical Universe”, an exhibition by prodigy artist and poet, Victoria Yin, between July 15, 2017 to March 15, 2018.
Victoria Yin will chair a dialogue with millennial artists around Boston about arts in politics in the gallery of Modern Masters Arts on May 20, 2017.
Zi Zhu Fang Museum, Ningbo China, is holding exhibition for RunYun Xu.
Over 58 pieces of Xu’s ink paintings and calligraphy works are for public viewing between January 18 – May15, 201.
“Caught in the Cosmic Web”, an exhibition of the works by internationally renowned child prodigy artist Zoe L. Yin will take place at Modern Masters Arts Boston between May 15, 2017 to December 15, 2017.
Rare works of art by modern masters to be privately viewed.
Please contact Mr. Spence Tepper at Stepper@modernmastersarts.com