Three-dimensional objects began appearing in Qiu Xiaofei’s art with his 2012 work Mountain Behind Wood Behind Mountain. Objects and paintings work together to play extensive and invasive roles in several pieces from that period. As Qiu Xiaofei himself stated: “If a painting is an object with color applied to it, then any colored object could also be called a painting.” The Pictographic Image Corresponding to Objects further
explores the relationships between paintings and objects, between the subjective and objective. The idea of ‘corresponding to the object’ in Xie He’s famous ‘six principles of Chinese painting’ revolves around the subordinate relationship between imitation and
reality. In Qiu Xiaofei’s new works, this subordinate relationship is made ambiguous due to the intervening of consciousness, memory and subjectiveness.
Qiu Xiaofei’s (b. 1977, China) artistic practice focuses mainly on painting, as well as installation and sculpture connected to painting. His works have been a constant presence at art museums and institutional exhibitions around the world. In 2013, Minsheng Art Museum in Shanghai held his solo exhibition ‘Repetition’ in the main exhibition hall. His latest solo exhibitions were presented at Pace Beijing in 2014
and Pace Gallery in New York in 2016.
從 2012 年的《山前木後山》開始，仇曉飛就在作品中加
個展「反復 。2014 年與 2016 年，仇曉飛的最新個展