Artworks by Wang Rui 王睿

KWAN-YIN no.3 by Wang Rui 王睿

100 x 80cm
Acrylic on canvas
2021

Angel by Wang Rui 王睿

100 x 80cm
Acrylic on canvas
2018

Venus by Wang Rui 王睿

200 x 150cm
Acrylic on canvas
2018

Sisyphus by Wang Rui 王睿

100 x 80cm
Acrylic on canvas
2018

The Spider by Wang Rui 王睿

50 x 60cm
Acrylic on canvas
2018

Fall in love by Wang Rui 王睿

100 x 80cm
Acrylic on canvas
2017

The Bird by Wang Rui 王睿

100 x 80cm
Acrylic on canvas
2022

The Deer by Wang Rui 王睿

80 x 60cm
Acrylic on canvas
2019

The Wolf by Wang Rui 王睿

80 x 60cm
Acrylic on canvas
2019

Still-life by Wang Rui 王睿

100 x 80cm
Acrylic on canvas
2018

KWAN-YIN no.2 by Wang Rui 王睿

100 x 80cm
Acrylic on canvas
2021

KWAN-YIN no.1 by Wang Rui 王睿

80 x 60cm
Acrylic on canvas
2021

Adolf by Wang Rui 王睿

150 x 100cm
Acrylic on canvas
2017

Wang Rui 王睿

王睿

Wang Rui’s artworks took inspiration from the plunge, deformation and other similar effects that images often encounter on the internet during the dissemination process, this is to symbolize the transformation and distortion of traditional history and culture in the process of dissemination. It reveals the so-called “truth” that remains difficult to be fully comprehended in humans continuous pursuit of open and transparent psychological vision.

In the creation of my artworks, I re-examine the events, works of art and people that have occurred in history. In front of them, I have a feeling of facing distant galaxies in the universe. When I received these messages, they were all over, and I could only stand at the current distance to imagine what it looked like when it happened. In my eyes, they must be completely different from those of the people at that time. These differences will definitely exist in both the past and the future. Similarly from this perspective, these events, works and characters, the universe is also constantly changing and expanding. It’s just that this change is not physical, but cultural. Perhaps these changes and expansions will help me recognize the reality of history, and the whole process allows me to reconsider the famous ultimate enquiry: Who am I? Where do I come from? Where am I going?