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Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art presents the exhibition "Inflorescence" by the Chinese-Dutch artist Zhuang Hongyi , who painstakingly “assembles” his three-dimensional paintings from handcrafted paper flowers.

Visitors will see the author's unique works, which organically combine the traditional material for Chinese art - rice paper - and the recognizable images of endless Dutch flower fields. Extraordinary three-dimensional paintings are assembled from paper flowers, painstakingly folded by Zhuang using the origami technique and coated with a gradient method with acrylic or oil paints.

Each work of the author can be considered both a sculpture and a painting. The color variations that the artist manages to convey are fully revealed when the viewer begins to move relative to the works in space: the richness of the palette is amazing. In addition to paintings, Chuang Hongyi also creates three-dimensional sculptures and objects, but the exhibition in Erarta is devoted specifically to painting. Impressive Landscapes and Flower Beds will be presented in the exhibition space in such a way as to further emphasize smooth and continuous transitions between shades.

Based on the official website Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art.