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Zhao Zhao

Zhao Zhao 趙趙 | Tiger 虎

Zhao Zhao

Zhao Zhao

Zhao Zhao 趙趙 | Tiger 虎

Zhao Zhao 趙趙 | Tiger 虎

Zhao Zhao





Base: 56 x 16 x 4 cm

Sculpture: 45 x 17 x 4.5 cm



b. 1982



底座:56 x 16 x 4 公分

雕塑:45 x 17 x 4.5 公分

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Concept of Artwork

This sculpture "Tiger" originated from the earliest image of tiger in Chinese literary records The book "Customs and Tongyi" in the Eastern Han Dynasty records: "The tiger is the best of all beasts. It is capable of fighting and defeating sharpness and eating ghosts."

About Zhao Zhao (China)

Zhao Zhao uses a variety of media to transform realistic themes and artistic forms, focusing on the relationship between individual consciousness and the social context in which he lives. The concept of marrying contemporary artistic expressions with traditional cultural context appears in his works as a metaphor for people's living conditions in today's global context. At the same time, his works also reflect his attitude towards the coexistence of collectivism and individual ideals.