Chinese artists by Michel Nau - Cao Xiaoyang  曹晓阳  
 

 

 
 

 

 
 

Cao Xiaoyang

 
 

曹晓阳

 
     
 

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Deputy Director of the Printmaking Department, Academy of Arts of China
Deputy Secretary of the Zhejiang Province Association of Print-making Artists.

 

1968

Cao Xiaoyang was born in Zhenjiang, Jiangsu Province .

   

1994

He graduated from the Print-making department of the China Academy of Art.

   

2002

He obtained a Master of Arts ( Print-making  department ) of the Academy of Arts of China.

   

2012

He was at the head of The Foundation Studies Branch of the China Academy of Art.

   
   
   
   
 

Awards selection

   

1994

Prize of Excellence  at the 2nd Young Artists’ Fine Arts Exhibition of Zhejiang Province

2004

Gold Award  at the 11th Art Works Exhibition of Zhejiang Province

2014

The Excellent Work  at the 19th National Exhibition of Print Works

   
   
 

Danièle Sicard

 
 

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  China  

2014

 

Hanart TZ Gallery

The Twenty-four Solar Terms

 

 

Hong Kong

 

 

     

 

  China  

2014

 

Tianhong Mei Heyuan Arts Center

Landscape

   

Hangzhou

 
       
    China  

2012   

07.01 14.03

Chengdu Contemporary Arts Center  

Landscape  山水 - 曹晓阳+佟飚双个展

   

Chengdu  

Cao Xiaoyang+Tong Biao  

 

 

 

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Hanart TZ Gallery  Hong Kong 

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Landscape  山水 - 曹晓阳+佟飚双个展
Cao Xiaoyang+Tong Biao  07.01 14.03 2012   Chengdu Contemporary Arts Center  Chengdu  -  poster

 
 

 

 


Tradition can also confuse people. Those who have seen Cao's work often willstart talking about the classical elegance of Song-dynasty shanshui paintings and mourn the loss of the ancient methods. Painters think about
his too; it is an inescapable question. However, artists still must paint; and thus they must seek out the traditions
that exist within their own minds and hearts, and harness the inner wellspring that connects them to the dao of Nature. These shanshui must be his own shanshui, must be his own tradition, must be his own self: his own present, in this moment and as it begins to move into the past.

Excerpted from Shanshui: A View: An Appreciation of Cao Xiaoyang's Art, Sun Shanchun

 

 
 

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