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<All living things are bitter. Leave> 


In the middle of this painting stands a man who seems to be exploited 

and depressed by the tough life, mirroring a profile of a father in Deng’s 

dream. The painter applied yellow to shelter the skeleton with a sacred 

and warm atmosphere, reminding us of the other two artworks of ‘father’ 

in different genres : THE FIGURE, a prestigious prose by Zhu Ziqin and a 

oil painting, FATHER,  from Luo Zhongli, which portrays a peasant suffering 

from his living condition. These three artworks altogether reflect the 

development of Chinese modern art, which began at the liberation of 

humanity during the New Culture Movement, then the Collectivism in 

1980s,  and now turned into the Neo-liberalism.


 


<All living beings. Mad>

 

This painting shows a figure with an agonized expression against a swarm 

of mosquitoes in the center of a mirror which is partly fogged. 

Tightly-closed  eyes, keen and overlapping teeth dramatically portrays a man

who is  drowning himself in craziness. The author made his artwork a 

reflection of  the reality where most of us got trapped in this negative 

situation before.


 

Deng Shaowei was born in Liling, Hunan Province. When he was young, he 

loved to draw and  he was greatly influenced by folk lacquerware. He was 

admitted to middle school on the basis of his artistic achievements. Later, 

he received top marks in art for the city of Zhuzhou, and he was admitted 

to Zhuzhou Normal School. He left his job in 1994, traveling alone to Beijing 

to begin his twenty-year career in art. In the course of numerous 

experiments  with various languages, forms, and techniques, Deng has 

developed his own mode of artistic expression and garnered a positive 

reception from art critics. From 2006 to 2008, he took graduate courses 

at the Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts. Currently, he is engaged in creative 

activities in Beijing and Changsha. Current, Member of Beijing Youth 

international Culture and Arts Association.








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