mosaic of found objects by hong hao at pace gallery beijing
mosaic of found objects by hong hao at pace gallery beijing mosaic of found objects by hong hao at pace gallery beijing
mar 02, 2013
mosaic of found objects by hong hao at pace gallery beijing

‘my things – book keeping of 07 B’ by hong hao
digital print
120 x 216 cm
image courtesy base gallery


hong hao
pace gallery beijing
march 16th through to april 27th, 2013


chinese artist hong hao will be showing an eclectic spectrum of works in an upcoming exhibition at the pace gallery in beijing from march 16th
through to april 27th, 2013. pieces from one of hao’s best known photographic series will be shown, ‘my things’ are visuals made up of thousands of scanned
images depicting objects from his own life. these ordinary things – shown life sized – are arranged and assembled by hao using a computer,
and represent over 20 years of accumulation on the part of the artist while others could have just been part of that day’s lunch.
these micro universes encompass the various flotsam and jetsam – important or trivial – that fill up a life, reflecting on our
collective experience through the lens of an artist.



‘my things no. 3′
image courtesy base gallery



‘long march in panjiayuan antique market 1′, 2004
image courtesy base gallery



‘my things no. 6′
image courtesy base gallery



‘as it is – the writings of a hundred I’
pencil on document, paper mounted aluminum, framed with acrylic
image © hong hao, courtesy of pace beijing



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