09 April - 14 September 2010
Primo Marella Gallery has the great pleasure to present “He Sen – Scenari Illusori”, a solo exhibition of one of the major contemporary chinese artist with a selction of his new works.
He Sen has been selected as the most rapresentative painter on the China pavillon on the Venice Biennal in 2009.
Recently he has exposed his artworks on the exhibition “Cina Rinascita Contemporanea” at Palazzo Reale, Milan.
He Sen’s paintings are characterized by his sublime tecnique and the intimate relationship between the paintings and the observer.
A part of this exhibition is dedicated to the famous “Smoking Girls”. Those works grow up by a depiction that portrays jung girls in a moment of their daily life: while they smoking, playing with a toys or drinking. The figures created by the artist’s brush are disarming beauty. Obscured by this perfection the uncertainties, the fears, the inner emptiness of the subjects. The uncertainties and the fears refer to the contemporary and particulary to the Chinese society that grow faster without the time, for the individual, to adapt his-self.