Jac Leirner: Borders Are Drawn By Hand

Jac Leirner
November 11 – 27, 2016

Buddha's Eyes, 2016 (left)

Chinese brushes, steel chain

2 pieces: 15 x 158 cm each. Overall: 15 x 371 cm  

 

Dragon's Tail, 2016 (right)

Chinese bells and carved seeds, steel cable, turnbuckles, hardware.

3 parts: 638 cm x 620 cm x 620 cm. Overall: 209 x 638 cm

 

Photo © MoCA, Shanghai

Buddha's Eyes, 2016 (front)

Chinese brushes, steel chain

2 pieces: 15 x 158 cm each. Overall: 15 x 371 cm  

 

Dragon's Tail, 2016 (back)

Chinese bells and carved seeds, steel cable, turnbuckles, hardware.

3 parts: 638 cm x 620 cm x 620 cm. Overall: 209 x 638 cm

 

Photo © MoCA, Shanghai

Dragon's Tail, 2016 (detail)

Chinese bells and carved seeds, steel cable, turnbuckles, hardware.

3 parts: 638 cm x 620 cm x 620 cm. Overall: 209 x 638 cm

 

Photo © MoCA, Shanghai

Jac Leirner: Borders Are Drawn By Hand

Jac Leirner
Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai
November 11 – 27, 2016
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The Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai, is proud to present Jac Leirner: Borders Are Drawn by Hand in the MoCA Pavilion, guest curated by Victor Wang.

 

Jac Leirner: Borders Are Drawn by Hand is the first solo exhibition by the Braizilian artist to be held in China. The artist was invited to Shanghai for an extended amount of time to experience the city, and to develop the exhibition on site. The exhibition comprises of all new commissioned artworks made during Leirner's stay in Shanghai.

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