Artist: Dragon Ken

Medium: Oil on Canvas

Size: 120 cm x 75 cm (without packaging)

Country: Hong Kong

Title of Work: Empress
Date Created: 2013
Price (£): 7150
Dimensions W x H x D (cm) – without packaging: 120 cm x 75 cm
Description: Body is the innate weapon of every woman. When the body is utilised at appropriate time, it could tame any man or woman. From our historical experiences, many women seized the world by their beauty. If you could learn to liberate your body, you would become the empress or even control the whole world.
Materials/Media:  Oil colour on canvas
Framed: Canvas on wooden frame

Dragon Ken, Hong Kong

Finding inspiration from traditional Chinese Art, I focus on works of art that explore the complex relationship between culturally specific issues and larger developments of a modern/post-modern age.

Within this context, I am trying appropriating and transforming both conventional Chinese aesthetic idioms and contemporary Western vocabularies to negotiate the cultural differences between past and present, self and other.

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