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Yang Xun attempts to challenge the boundaries between reality and illusion in his oil painting creation. Questioning the authenticity of photographic moments, Yang Xun uses painting to complete the experience of timeliness and perception that photography could not replace. What Yang Xun tries to achieve is not only to record the pleasure of that moment on canvas, but also to experience the entanglement of painting in depicting the essential content of real things, so that painting could not be replaced by photography, emphasizing the point of confusion between photography and painting.

 

Yang Xun was born in China in 1981. He studied painting at Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts in Chongqing, China. Currently, he lives and works in Beijing.