Klein Sun Gallery is pleased to announce two highly-anticipated exhibitions this summer, “Borrowing an Easterly Wind” and “Live like an Astronaut.” The solo shows feature rising female artists Geng Xue and Ying Zhu, who arrive with their works in New York after spending the summer as artists-in-residence at Millers Falls Art Bridge in rural Massachusetts.
The two exhibitions span our North and South galleries, showcasing installations that play with perception and are inspired by the East-West journey each artist has embarked on. While Geng interprets ancient Daoist philosophy in her contemporary sculptures, Zhu presents a site-specific installation that evokes dreamscapes. The two bodies of work converge harmoniously within the gallery spaces, creating an immersive walk-through that exudes the wooded tranquility of Millers Falls. www.kleinsungallery.com.
Images: Ying Zhu, Untitled, 2015, gold leaf on rock, 5 x 3 x 1 1/2 in. (12.7 x 7.5 x 3.8 cm); Geng Xue, Borrowing an Easterly Wind No. 7, 2015, archival inkjet print and watercolor on paper, 33 x 61 in. (83.8 x 155 cm).