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Since 2014, Loftyart Gallery has partnered with Yuzi Paradise Sculpture Park in scenic Guilin in promoting the Taiwanese artist Hung Yi in Mainland China, and established Hung Yi Art Center & Studio in the Sculpture Park during the same year. In Spring 2016 during the Chinese Spring Festival Holiday, Loftyart brought Hung Yi’s Journey to the West Series to Beijing’s Olympic Greens, APEC Yangqi Lake, and Temple of Earth Park. In Spring 2017, Hung Yi held a press conference at Yuzi Paradise for the lunch of his sculptures created at the Sculpture Park, with distinct influences drawn from the cultural and physical landscape of beautiful Guilin. In 2018, Loftyart sold Hung Yi’s Journey to the West Series of five works and an additional Camel to brand new MGM Cotai Hotel and Casino in Macau as one of the highlights of their hotel collection.


exhibitions

Journey to the West

Hung Yi
Jan 1 – Feb 29, 2016
Olympic Green, Beijing
Yanqi Lake International Convention & Exhibition Center, Beijing
Feb 8 – 12, 2016
Ditan Park, Beijing

news & announcements

Hung Yi Art Gallery Opening

Hung Yi
Hung Yi Art Gallery, located on the cultural Changnan Road in Changhua County, officially opened February 21. The museum’s post-modern mix and match architecture brings together an ensemble of materials and elements.
Hung Yi Art Gallery, Changhua, 2020. Photo: Courtesy of Hung Yi

Grand Opening of Hung Yi Art Center in Guilin’s Yuzi Paradise

Hung Yi
Founded over twenty years ago by Taiwan’s Chin Pao San Group, Yuzi Paradise is the first modern sculpture park in China. Since its founding, the sculpture park has hosted eleven international sculpture symposiums and eight international painting symposiums.
Hung Yi Art Center, Yuzi Paradise, Guilin, 2016. Photo: Courtesy of Hung Yi

Artco China March 2016

Hung Yi
Deeply inspired by traditional Taiwanese folk art, sculptor Hung Yi’s works are brightly colored and intricately decorated with traditional patterns and motifs symbolizing wealth and auspiciousness.
Artco China, March 2016 © ARTouch