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Wei-Hong Ma

1977
China

20 Works exhibited on Kooness

Current location

Songzhuang, Beijing, China

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Works by Wei-Hong Ma

Silence Cannot Be Dispelled

2015

100 x 100 x 4cm

1800,00 €

Carnival in Late Summer

2017

50 x 120 x 4cm

2100,00 €

The Evening Breeze Blows

2015

80 x 80 x 3cm

1700,00 €

Several Bosom Friends in Life

2015

80 x 80 x 4cm

1700,00 €

Will You Listen to Me

2015

80 x 80 x 4cm

1700,00 €

Waiting for the Seeds to Come

2021

50 x 120 x 4cm

2100,00 €

You Are My Spring

2021

60 x 60 x 4cm

1700,00 €

Women on the Grass

2019

80 x 80 x 4cm

1700,00 €

Interesting Travel Experience In July

2017

80 x 80 x 4cm

1700,00 €

A Forgotten Legeng in Childhood

2017

60 x 60 x 4cm

1000,00 €

Soft and Fuzzy Eyes

2021

60 x 60 x 4cm

1000,00 €

Happy Gathering Time

2017

50 x 50 x 4cm

600,00 €

Onlookers

2017

80 x 80 x 4cm

1700,00 €

The Good Times Are Fleeting

2017

80 x 80 x 4cm

1700,00 €

My Woods Are Like A Lost Youth

2017

80 x 80 x 4cm

2100,00 €

Start Your Wandering Journey

2019

80 x 80 x 4cm

1700,00 €

Ma Wei-Hong is a Chinese artist born in 1977 who lives & works in Songzhuang, Beijing, China. She is graduated from Shanxi Yuncheng College of Art. Ma pursued advanced studies in the Mural Painting Department of the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing (CAFA). She belongs to Chinese Neo-Expressionnism movement. The style and appearance of Ma's current works reveals that her intention is to uphold the purity of motivation by abolishing theme. From paintings of Ma Wei-Hong, we can see the predicament of our era. By employing the narrative form like a personal diary and the seemingly random scribble, she conveys the anxiety, restless, decadence, fear and ethical entanglement of our society and our personal existence to viewers in a way like a code word. In watching these paintings, we will fall into deep thought and feel uneasy. Behind the ambiguous images, something is unpredictable and disturbing, the things seem to exist in our dreams but in the meantime, they are so similar to the real world we live in and seems to be the cause that we can be uncomfortable and lead to hypothetic conjectures. When we see the titles of Ma's paintings, we are likely definitely to find some enigmatic things.