Artwork: No Man's Land No.41
Artist: Luo Dan
Media: Hahnemühle fine art giclee printing
Price: RMB 25,000
No man’s land
At different times,
We reached this desolate land.
Here, we build or destroy, live or die,
It is indifferent,
It uses its laws to do things here.
About the Artist
Luo Dan was born in Chongqing in 1968. He graduated from Sichuan Fine Arts Institute in 1992, now lives and works in Chengdu, Sichuan.
He has won the 7th Art Award of China, The Annual Influence-Photography Awards (2013) with his series work Simple Song, Hou Dengke Documentary Photography Prize (2011), the Best New Photographer award at the Dali International Photography Festival (2011), Top 20-2011 Chinese Contemporary New Talent (2011) and the Golden Award for Outstanding Artist at the Lianzhou International Photography Festival (2008) with the series work North, South.
His work has been collected by many art institutions and individuals, including San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, SFMOMA(US), Société Générale (France), Fidelity Investments (US), Peabody Essex Museum, PEM (US), and Teni Photography Foundation.
ABOUT THE GALLERY
Maypark Gallery (Chengdu)
Maypark Gallery is a gallery brand of Maypark Cultural Center, adjacent to the Fuhe Photography Park in Chengdu, with a total area of 700 square meters. At present, it is also the only exclusive gallery for all kinds of works from Sebastião Salgado, a famous photography artist. Maypark Gallery takes its name from the coorperation of May Gallery in Europe.
Since its operation, the gallery has presented the works of a number of internationally renowned artists, including Sebastião Salgado, Nobuyoshi Araki, Daido Moriyama, Murakami Takashi, Tanaami Keiichi, Yang Yankang, Zhang Xiao, etc. Besides, the works of art in the gallery include image, sculpture, print, modern and contemporary painting, multimedia art and installation art, and will continue to expand and extend.
Adhering to the concept of “let art become the promised place of life”, Maypark Gallery holds a beautiful vision of connecting domestic and international, linking art and the public, and creating a new artistic atmosphere in Southwest China.
Further available sizes:
Size: 230×97cm, Edition 3/6, RMB 40,000
Size: 357×150cm, Edition 1/1, RMB 100,000