Level 3

Li Chevalier - Obscure clarté

01 June 2018 - 06 January 2019

The longtime relationship with Siena at the origin of Li Chevalier's exhibition 

Li Chevalier divides her life between two countries, France and China. She shows her ideas thanks to music and pictorial lightnesses. In Obscure clarté exhibition Li Chevalier's eclecticism and all aspects are displayed with a set-up that takes advantage of the empty and suggestive spaces of the "Magazzini della Corticella".

Level 3.
01 June 2018 - 06 January 2019

Opening hours

The exhibition has the same time of the museum

The author

Li Chevalier was born in the People's Republic of China.
In early 90s, Li Chevalier returned to artistic instruction in the major European cities, Florence, Paris and London. Li Chevalier went to London in 2003 to attend the Dali Studio at Central Saint Martins ‘College of Art and Design. She later enrolled in post graduate studies in fine art and received her degree in 2007. In December 2004, the US Virginia Common Wealth University School of Art in Qatar hosted a major solo exhibition for Chevalier presenting for the first time her experimental ink painting. Her work is submitted and exhibited at Royal Academy Summer exhibition in 2007. Chevalier now works in both Beijing and France and is part of a movement of Chinese artists seeking to restore the Chinese tradition of appreciation for artistic beauty destroyed in the Cultural Revolution. She has exhibited her work at the National Art Museum of China (2010), at the former submarine base in Bordeaux (2014), at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition in London (2015),  and at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome (2017).

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