Yu Youhan

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Yu Youhan began engaging in abstract art in the 1980s. Yu’s greatest inspiration is Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu, in which he believes his artistic practice is in line with Lao Tzu’s Tao or the Way. In 1988, his focus shifted toward Political Pop portrayals of Chairman Mao, executed with bright colors and exaggerated brushstrokes. After nearly two decades, he returned to abstraction with circular compositions that revisits his connection to spirituality and personal life.


Exhibitions

Hui Aggregation

Cheng Tsai-tung, Chu Youye, Hou Chun-ming, Huang Ming-che, Lin Pang-soong, Lin Wan-shih, Liu Dahong, Wu Jun, Yu Youhan Sept 20 – Oct 20, 2013 Shanghai…

In the Prime of Vitality

Chen Yufei, Guo Kai, Huang Ming-che, Hung Tien-yu, Hsu Yu-jen, Lin Pang-soong, Ma Baozhong, Sun Liang, Wang Yigang, Yang Shu, Yu Youhan Oct 27 -…