LI YAN
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  1. Accident Series; Works 002

    Acrylic on canvas
    80 x 120 cm
    2012
  2. Accident series; Map and five pieces

    Acrylic on canvas

    2010
  3. 1 of 5 peces with Map

    Acrylic on canvas
    22 x 15 cm
    2010
  4. 2 of 5 peces with Map

    Acrylic on canvas
    15 x 22 cm
    2010
  5. 3 of 5 pieces with map

    Acrylic on canvas
    15 x 22 cm
    2010
  6. 4 of 5 pieces with map

    Acrylic on canvas
    15 x 22 cm
    2010
  7. 5 of 5 pieces with map

    Acrylic on canvas
    15 x 22 cm
    2010
  8. Map with 5 pieces

    Acrylic on canvas
    75 x 65 cm
    2010
 

Li Yan (李演) B. 1977, Jilin, China

Li's works are comprised of groups of small canvases to reconstruct disaster scenes as elaborate narratives. The main point of Li Yan’s accident series is to show the microcosmic power of violence in an individual setting.  The artist is able to offer possibilities through large scale disaster, scenes. With this particular subject, we are looking at what the scene of Saddam Hussain's Palace. This cataclysmic scene of destruction, has a sense of aspiration to Benjamin. At the time he saw how open minded and just how ahead of the curve the artists are, at the forefront of the contemporary Chinese art scene such as Li Yan who is able to use a masterful painterly style of acrylics on canvas as if they are story boards covering the worlds misgivings and global current affairs.

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