Nabuqi | Museum Beelden aan Zee

ATTENTION: From Friday, March 8th to Sunday, March 10th, entrance is half price, as we are changing between exhibitions. Come and see! The Museum will be closed from Monday, March 4th to Thursday, March 7th as well as Monday, March 11th until Friday, March 14th. 

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Nabuqi

Nabuqi

Absent Paragraph

In the exhibition Absent Paragraph, the Chinese artist Nabuqi (1984) displays works from her most recent series A View Beyond Space, which consists of bronze and steel sculptures painted in vivid colours. Elements of an (urban) landscape loom up, architecture, a window, a staircase, a fence, hills. They pass slowly through your line of sight as if you are seeing them through the window of a moving car. An unknown place that nevertheless feels familiar, or somewhere that is known to you but from which you want to flee.

Nabuqi is an important representative of a generation of young Chinese artists who in their style are more personal and abstract. This is in contrast to the famous artists of the Chinese avant-garde, such as Ai Weiwei and Zhang Dali.