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Garden in the Tree, 2008

Print

Silkscreen print on archival paper

43.70 x 31.50 in

111.0 x 80.0 cm

Edition of 99

Signed and dated by the artist

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    About The Work

    Garden in the Tree is one of the artist's signature works that is playfully transformative, combining human anatomy with natural observation. In a white-primed background he carefully centers a tree branch that is held by some unknown character. Upon closer inspection however, we find the branch is filled with biodiversity, a veritable Garden of Eden, ripe with everything including a the cunning serpent. The subdued, self-consuming preciousness of his work expresses Ji Dachun's irreverent, individualistic aesthetic unique amongst the Chinese avant-garde.

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