'China art sales booming in spite of global trends' Artist,  Huang Yong Ping

'China art sales booming in spite of global trends' Artist, Huang Yong Ping

Huang Yong Ping – 'Ceinture' 1993 – a controversial and often censored work where live cockroaches, tarantulas, snakes and scorpions are crawling around the room in a large transparent cage

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Huang Yong Ping | Critique | Bugarach | Paris 6e. Galerie Kamel Mennour

Critique de l'exposition "Bugarach" de Huang Yong Ping, présentée à Paris

Huang Yong Ping | Critique | Bugarach | Paris 6e. Galerie Kamel Mennour

Huang Yong Ping: Circus,2012.Courtesy Galerie Gladstone, New York

Born in Huang Yong Ping participated in the seminal exhibition “Magiciens de la Terre” at Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris in and .

HUANG YONG PING Serpent installation at Red Brick Art Museum September 26, 2015 – February 16, 2016

HUANG YONG PING Serpent installation at Red Brick Art Museum September 26, 2015 – February 16, 2016

Centre Pompidou, Traces du sacré : Yong Ping, Ehi Ehi Sina Sina, 2006. Moulin à  prière monumental

Centre Pompidou, Traces du sacré : Yong Ping, Ehi Ehi Sina Sina, 2006. Moulin à prière monumental

Huang Yong Ping: Art & Design: Wmagazine.com

After the Flood

In a new Paris installation, artist Huang Yong Ping reimagines the tale of Noah’s ark—minus the happy ending.

This massive octopus is something that I'd really love.     **People visit an exhibition of Chinese artist Huang Yong Ping called 'Wu Zei', a 25 meters wide octopus, on November 18, 2010 in Monaco, at the first day of the exhibition 'Mediterranean Sea' at Monaco's oceanographic museum.

People visit an exhibition of Chinese artist Huang Yong Ping called 'Wu Zei', a 25 meter wide octopus, on November 2010 in Monaco, at the first day of the exhibition 'Mediterranean Sea' at Monaco's oceanographic museum

24 heures en images - Un homme face à une installation de l'exposition Bugarach de Huang Yong Ping, à Rome, le 18 décembre.

24 heures en images

Our Personality Literally Changes How We See the World

A boy runs in front of the “Serpent d'ocean” (Ocean snake) in Saint-Brevin-les-Pins, western France, April 24, 2014. Ocean Serpent is a  giant aluminium sea serpent skeleton by the Chinese artist Huang Yong Ping. (Photo by Stephane Mahe/Reuters)

A boy runs in front of the “Serpent d'ocean” (Ocean snake) in Saint-Brevin-les-Pins, western France, April Ocean Serpent is a giant aluminium sea serpent skeleton by the Chinese artist Huang Yong Ping. (Photo by Stephane Mahe/Reuters)

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Bâton Serpent al Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo.

18 December 2014 A woman stands next to a decapitated tiger, an art piece by Chinese artist Huang Yong Ping at the exhibition "Bugarach" at the Maxxi museum in Rome. Bugarach is the name of a village in the French Pyrenees, since the 1970s, Bugarach has been a place of pilgrimage for numerous followers of New Age esotericism. The exhibition will run until 24 May 2015

18 December 2014 A woman stands next to a decapitated tiger, an art piece by Chinese artist Huang Yong Ping at the exhibition "Bugarach" at the Maxxi museum in Rome. Bugarach is the name of a village in the French Pyrenees, since the 1970s, Bugarach has been a place of pilgrimage for numerous followers of New Age esotericism. The exhibition will run until 24 May 2015

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