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Yan Pei-Ming - In the Name of the Father

Yan Pei-Ming - Publisher Hazan / Musée Unterlinden - Ouvrage broché - 190 pages - Text in Bilingue Français / English - Published in 2021

Echoing the famous Isenheim Altarpiece, a masterpiece from its collections, the Unterlinden Museum in Colmar is dedicating an exhibition to Yan Pei-Ming, whose spirit and work coincide with the themes of filiation, the sacred and sacrifice treated by Grünewald five centuries earlier.

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Model 9782754112116
Artist Yan Pei-Ming
Author Frédérique Goerig-Hergott, Christian Besson, Eric de Chassey, Yan Pei-Ming
Publisher Hazan / Musée Unterlinden
Format Ouvrage broché
Number of pages 190
Language Bilingue Français / English
Dimensions 280 x 230
Published 2021
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Catalogue of the exhibition Yan Pei-Ming - In the name of the father, presented at the Unterlinden Museum, Colmar (May 19 - October 10, 2021).

Yan Pei-Ming - In the name of the father invites visitors to explore four decades of the artist's career and brings together in an exceptional way more than sixty works of major importance from public institutions and private collections.

The exhibition and the accompanying catalogue analyze Yan Pei-Ming's view of himself and his creation, while evoking his stylistic evolution and his place in the history of art. Dominated by portraits and self-portraits, his work questions the artist's relationship with his origins, from Mao to the figure of the father, through those of Buddha and the mother, not to mention the international landscapes and those of Shanghai.

The unpublished work Pandémie was specially designed by Yan Pei-Ming for the exhibition as the contemporary counterpart of the Crucifixion from the Isenheim Altarpiece: "I wanted to create a universal painting, which would cross time, a painting by height of the situation (...). She will speak to all those who have lived through this pandemic and will bear witness to this period to future generations. I think that the spectator will not come out of this exhibition unscathed. It is the power of painting ".

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