LU LEI
Born In 1972, Works and lives in Beijing
LU Lei
The Parentheses Corridor and Hand Washing Basins
2019
365*270*240cm
Installation
Aluminum casting, 32 sets of faucets, water inlet and outlet system, oriented strandboard base
Exhibition scene is equipped with a waterproof circular ceramic tile counter and a parentheses corridor (262cm in height, created with 22 pieces of cement boards and iron shelf), dimension variable
Edition of 1
code: LL_9098

Current And Upcoming Exhibitions:
Lu Lei: Wander Giant, The exhibition can be visited by appointment from Feb. 11 to Feb. 29, ShanghART, Shanghai , 11.06, 2019 - 02.29, 2020
Winter Exhibition, The exhibition can be visited by appointment from Feb. 11 to Feb. 29, ShanghART Beijing, Beijing , 12.27, 2019 - 02.29, 2020
Lu Lei (b.1972) works and lives in Beijing, graduated from Sculpture Department of China Academy of Art in 1998.

As one of the important artists in contemporary Chinese installation art, Lu Lei's works show sensitivity and precise control of material texture. His works often exude classical mysticism and allegorical inner qualities. Lu Lei is good at creating images of vivid imagination. In his works, social symbols, personal memories and sensitive intuitions of material attributes are combined to form a closed system with hidden orders.

Recent exhibitions include: Wander Giant, ShanghART, Shanghai (2019); Heteroglossia, How Art Museum, Shanghai (2018); Forty Years of Sculpture · The First Term, Shenzhen Contemporary Art and Urban Planning Museum, Shenzhen (2017); Post-sense Sensibility, Trepidation and Will, Beijing Minsheng Art Museum, Beijing (2016); LU Lei Solo Exhibition-ECHO, ShanghART Beijing, Beijing (2015); Li Pinghu, Li Ran, Lu Lei: Semi-automatic Mode, ShanghART Beijing, Beijing (2014); Jungle II, Platform China, Beijing (2013); Evidence, Newage Art Gallery, Beijing (2012); Lu Lei solo exhibition-Floating Ice Biography, Other Gallery, Beijing (2011); Blackboard, ShanghART H Space, Shanghai (2009); Present: Lu Lei Solo Exhibition, Hanart TZ gallery, Hong Kong (2008); Amateur World, Platform China, Beijing (2007); 6th Shanghai Biennale: Hyper Design, Shanghai Art Museum, Shanghai (2006).