Deng Yu


Hundred and Eight
Title: Hundred and Eight
Technique: Acrylic on canvas
Year: 2007
Size: 150 x 150 cm
Status: available
The End-TV Screen Version
Title: The End-TV Screen Version
Technique: Acrylic on Canvas
Year: 2007
Size: 130 x 170 cm
Status: available
The Wide World
Title: The Wide World
Technique: Acrylic on Canvas
Year: 2007
Size: Total 314 cm
Info: 4 pcs. Set, each 109 x 78.5 cm
Status: not available


The Rising of the Cartoon Generation in China

The generation of artists born after 1970 and in the early 1980s has introduced a new sense of self-image and style to Chinese art. The central themes are lch-relatedness and youth culture in all its forms.

From the partly photorealistic painting at the end of the 90s, the young artists are now increasingly coming to a cartoon style, which is characterized by the means of lllustration and animation and the elements of the comic. This new pop world is loud and active, but also sensitive and naive.

In this new cartoon trend, a Chinese origin is barely recognizable. The connection to the international stage of contemporary art is documented as a matter of course.


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