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Huang Xu Limited Edition Lightbox - Red & White Plastic Bag

Huang Xu Limited Edition Lightbox - Red & White Plastic Bag

HK$9,000.00

Faux is delighted to present a unique collection of limited edition Lightboxes by Huang Xu

HUANG XU specializes in extreme close-ups of objects shot in a studio using architectural scanning equipment.  He composes extraordinary suites of photographic images that address the developing structure of Chinese culture.

Huang Xu was born in Beijing.  He established the Substratum Art Studio in 1989, the Migrant Bird Art Studio in 1991 and the Big Basin Studio in 2003.  He has exhibited in Australia and China and works as a professional photographer in Beijing. He is included in the collections of The White Rabbit Collection (Sydney, Australia), University of Western Sydney (Sydney, Australia), Turchin Center for the Visual Arts (North Carolina, USA), ANZ (Melbourne, Australia) O Gallery (Beijing, China ), Yu Gallery (Paris, France), CAP Collection (Australia and China) and Jackson Lalic Lawyers (Sydney, Australia).

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