Xue Song 薛松 | Deconstructing Calligraphy (Set of Nine Works) 解构书法（九幅作品）
Deconstructing Calligraphy (Set of Nine Works)
paper collage and mixed media on canvas
each: signed in Pinyin and English, titled in Chinese and dated 2003 on the reverse
each: 50 by 50 cm. 19¾ by 19¾ in.
overall: 150 by 150 cm. 59 by 59 in.
每幅：50 x 50 公分，19¾ x 19¾ 英寸
整體：150 x 150 公分，59 x 59 英寸
These works are in good conditions. Each panels are inspected with minor paper collage flaking, minor occasional tear and light wear to the edges, which are all inherent to the original execution method. Examination under UV light shows no sign of restoration.
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Private Collection, Asia
Shanghai, Long Museum, Phoenix Art from the Artist Xue Song, May 2018 - July 2019