Gibson Art Projects proudly announces its first exhibition of the 2017 season with the exciting and dynamic work of Beijing based artist, Feng Jin, who has left behind 20 important pieces he created in Oakland, which will be exhibited between February 26th and March 30th.
Born in Harbin, China in 1966, of Korean descent. Jin's creativity was forged, much like his metal sculptures, with the pressure of growing up Korean in China and being alienated on the playground, forced to find solace in alone time and crafts.
Jin Studied at the Central academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China’s number one art institute.
Jin says “my sculpture is an intimate dialogue between human and the boundless strength of metal, an expression of thoughts, emotions, dreams, passions, destinies and desires that are constantly bounding out of my mind.”
Jin takes the ideas of ancient Chinese culture and forges a contemporary identity through the strengths of his hands, heart and mind.
Refreshments and light snacks will be served. Viewings after the opening are by appointment only. Please email email@example.com to set up a private viewing during the month of March.
Tickets to this event are free, however we'd love for you to make a donation to help us preserve, restore and uncover the Jess murals. Learn more about the house and its history at www.gibsonartprojects.com.
The Committee to Preserve the Jess Murals & Kael-Basart House is as a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization. Your donations are 100% deductible! Your tax-deductible donation will help cover the costs of preserving the murals and developing the house as a center for educational and cultural activities. No donation amount is too small, donations are tax-deductible and our tax ID number is 47-1636422.
Free street parking is available and the lot at 2855 Telegraph Ave is open on Sunday and is also free of charge.