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Joint exhibition of Chinese and French artists shares a love of nature

By Lin Qi | orisox.com | Updated: 2022-06-23 13:42
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Works by Chinese artist Tong Yixin on show Provided. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Chinese artist Tong Yixin and French peer Suzanne Husky both work with a cross-disciplinary background. The former studied geology and the latter once lectured on landscape history and ethnobotany at universities. Their experiences have allowed their work to provide an extensive vision on the interaction between ecology and art, for which they won the 2021 Jonathan KS Choi Foundation Contemporary Art Prize. The works are now on show at Environnement mon amour, running through July 3, at Today Art Museum in Beijing. Tong's works, covering paintings, videos, light installations and poetry, center on his examination of languages, non-artificial intelligence and wildlife in urban areas. Beavers often appear in Husky's works, in which the animal is depicted as a great engineer in the ecosystem.

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