Celestial Seasons

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February 8, 2013
As we head into the Year of the Snake celebrations this week, New York gallery Barry Friedman Ltd gears up to present contemporary Chinese artist Wang Wusheng at a solo exhibition, "Celestial Realm," from March 7-April 27. Wusheng, whose work hangs in the Smithsonian, the National Art Museum of China, and others, currently splits his time between Shanghai and Tokyo for work. Read Full Article
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  Heart Dragon Pines Overlooking the Peak taken at Now-I-Believe-It Peak in 1975  Photo by: Wang Wusheng
    Heart Dragon Pines Overlooking the Peak taken at Now-I-Believe-It Peak in 1975

    Photo by: Wang Wusheng

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  North Sea Guest House, taken at Lion Peak in 1984  Photo by: Wang Wusheng
    North Sea Guest House, taken at Lion Peak in 1984

    Photo by: Wang Wusheng

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  Two Dragon Pines, taken at West Sea in 1979  Photo by: Wang Wusheng
    Two Dragon Pines, taken at West Sea in 1979

    Photo by: Wang Wusheng

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  Twin Bamboo Shoot Peak, taken at the Heavenly Sea in 1991  Photo by: Wang Wusheng
    Twin Bamboo Shoot Peak, taken at the Heavenly Sea in 1991

    Photo by: Wang Wusheng

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  Disciples of Buddha and Stone Bamboo Shoot Bridge, taken at Now-I-Believe-It Peak in 1984  Photo by: Wang Wusheng
    Disciples of Buddha and Stone Bamboo Shoot Bridge, taken at Now-I-Believe-It Peak in 1984

    Photo by: Wang Wusheng

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  Twin Bamboo Shoot Peak, taken at the back slope of Turtle Peak in 1984  Photo by: Wang Wusheng
    Twin Bamboo Shoot Peak, taken at the back slope of Turtle Peak in 1984

    Photo by: Wang Wusheng

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  Sleeping Figure Peak, taken at Cloud Dispelling Pavilion in 1984  Photo by: Wang Wusheng
    Sleeping Figure Peak, taken at Cloud Dispelling Pavilion in 1984

    Photo by: Wang Wusheng

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  Wolf's Fang Stone in the West Sea Valley, taken at Cloud Dispelling Pavilion in 1994  Photo by: Wang Wusheng
    Wolf's Fang Stone in the West Sea Valley, taken at Cloud Dispelling Pavilion in 1994

    Photo by: Wang Wusheng

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  Jade Screen Peak, taken at Heavenly Capital Peak in 1979  Photo by: Wang Wusheng
    Jade Screen Peak, taken at Heavenly Capital Peak in 1979

    Photo by: Wang Wusheng

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