(b. 1959, CHINA)
An excerpt from an interview with the artist:
"My “Dressed to Kill’’ series came from a conception that women are beautiful creatures. I was trying to create a visual effect that can express the tenderness, the grace, the glamour, and the hidden sexuality of these young women despite being wrapped up in army uniforms, which symbolize discipline, depression and maybe sacred duty. The monochrome approach was intended to create a holy atmosphere while highlighting certain vigorous spots. From a technicality point of view, there is still a long way to go in this direction. I am determined to bring this series to a new boundary of perfection through constant practice in the future."
Works held in private collections in ITALY, SWITZERLAND, FRANCE, GERMANY, SPAIN, DENMARK, UK, USA, MEXICO, MALAYSIA, TURKEY, KOREA and HONG KONG.