Huang Gang




Born in Beijing in 1961, Huang graduated from the Central Industrial Art Institute. During the 80's, paintings with a Tibet theme were extremely popular; people loved the pureness, the mystery, and the nature of Tibet, which is not yet polluted by civilization. Huang Gang became interested in the culture, religion, and art of Tibet, and started his own Tibet classical drawing artware collection, studies society, religion, philosophy background which this kind of art produced.  In many of his works he uses traditional Tibetan Buddhist scripture wood cuts, as well as hand written scripture and Tibetan religious patterns, such as the Mandala.  He uses the colors of Tibetan paintings. Black is elegant, white is pure, gold is supremacy and scarlet is life.He created the Tibet writing series work afterwards, but he is a different artist, he used an unprecedented artistic way to carry on the creation. Huang Gang's works were exhibited internationally. Solo exhibitions were held in Germany, France, Switzerland, the US and Hong Kong, and had enormous success. He obtained different cultural contextual views from different countries and high praise.
In1984 he graduated from China Central Academy of Art and Design. In 1991 he attained the Master degree in the China Central Academy of Art and gained the special award "Ikuo Hirayama". 
In 1995 he won a silver award of the first Beijing International Environment Artist which was exhibited. He was especially interviewed by “LE FIGARO" Magazine in 1997 where he participated in the China International Art Fair Beijing In 1999 he had a solo exhibition in The JiaRui Gallery, Beijing. In 2000 a solo exhibition in J. Gallery, Hong Kong, and the solo exhibition in the Atlantic Gallery Munich, Berlin, Hamburg and Frankfurt.
2001 a solo exhibition- The Royal Monceau, Paris. Then he assisted in The New York Asian Art Fair at the Baolin Gallery, and in New York Arts of the Pacific Asia Ocean Fair.
"Science and Art", China National Art Museum, Beijing; A Solo Exhibition, Leda Fletcher Gallery in Geneva and The Exhibition of "In search of", Walsh Gallery, Chicago.
He has exhibited at New York Asian Arts Fair, Baolin Gallery New York. Shanghai Art Fair, JiaRui Gallery, Shanghai, Galleries Zuger, Santa Fe Group show, "Asian Modernism", Dadamo Wolltz Gallery in Seattle and also the Chicago Art Fair.
Chinese calligraphy is the essence and representation of Chinese traditional culture. With his traditional calligraphic works, he gives it new meaning.  He has omitted the recognizable writing style and strengthened more of the drawing characters.  From the structure of his work, the rhythmic action of the lines, the speed, the power of the brush stroke, he creates the experience of the “Zen” atmosphere of calmness.  There is harmony with logical, structural and poetic enthusiastic substance.



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