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Li Xiaofeng "Memory" @ The Opposite House Beijing - Chicken Scrawlings : Food

I guess that's what you do with the broken china after the bull gets loose in the china shop...

“Made in China” Art / Porcelain Costumes by Li Xiaofeng

The recent Art Hong Kong fair introduced us to the stunning porcelain dress of Beijing artist Li Xiaofeng. Xiaofeng creates clothing from porcelain fragments from the Ming, Qing and Song dynasties and even more amazing are that they are wearable.

Simplemente creativo: Trajes de porcelana de Li Xiaofeng

Chinese artist Li Xiaofeng uses broken porcelain shards from archeological sites to create unique wearable costumes.

Chinese artist Li Xiaofeng uses shards of broken porcelain to create stunning costumes.  Li Xiaofeng, Whirling, 2012, Qing Period shards. Photo: Courtesy of Red Gate Gallery and the artist

Chinese artist Li Xiaofeng uses shards of broken to create stunning Li Xiaofeng, Whirling, Qing Period shards. Photo: Courtesy of Red Gate Gallery and the artist

Porcelain Costumes by Li Xiaofeng

Li is represented by Red Gate Gallery, which was founded in 1991 by Australian-born Brian Wallace.

Simply Creative: Porcelain Costumes by Li Xiaofeng

Chinese artist Li Xiaofeng uses broken porcelain shards from archeological sites to create unique wearable costumes.

Porcelana Brasil: roupas de porcelana de Li Xiaofeng

The recent Art Hong Kong fair introduced us to the stunning porcelain dress of Beijing artist Li Xiaofeng. Xiaofeng creates clothing from porcelain fragments from the Ming, Qing and Song dynasties and even more amazing are that they are wearable.

ParinaZ Jabirian – Page 2 – PORCELAIN EVOLUTION LAB

ParinaZ Jabirian – Page 2 – PORCELAIN EVOLUTION LAB

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