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(British, b. 1938)
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Paul Huxley’s latest prints, ‘Hong (red)’, ‘Huang (yellow)’ and ‘Lang (blue)’ derive from an invitation he accepted from The Red Mansion Foundation to make a trip to China with the view to develop a body of work based on his experiences there. Creatively responding to urban communications there - public notices, street signs and advertising - Huxley found that he viewed the striking Chinese characters not just as message carriers but as abstract form and pattern, which relates to the human stature and human gesture in his previous work. Huxley based the screen prints on the three colours red, yellow and blue - one of the tenets of western modernist painting, which comes out of Mondrian and the de Stijl group. Ironically, classical Chinese painting is always made simply with black ink on white paper.
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