Traditionally regarded as a vanquisher of ghosts and evil beings in Chinese mythology, Zhong Kui is often painted on household gates as a guardian spirit. Here he is reimagined as a fashion icon, mirroring attitudes and desires in contemporary China.
Zhong Kui for YSL and Bruno Magli
Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle 310 gsm paper
Print size: 60" x 30"
Edition of 10
$2,200 | Framed print
$1,500 | Unframed print
Print size: 28" x 11"
Edition of 25
$750 | Framed print
$400 | Unframed print
Non-glare acrylic glass case with frosted sides
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This artwork is an archival pigment print on Hahnemühle 310 gsm paper with a longevity of 100+ years under normal light conditions.
Each print is signed, numbered, and comes with a letter of authenticity.
About Margie Kelk
Margie Kelk's artistic practice reflects contemporary concerns about cultural history and politics. Kelk takes an exploratory and experimental approach as she appropriates and reconstructs visual fragments of ideas through diverse artistic media that includes ceramic sculpture, installation, drawing and painting, video and photography. Kelk has been exhibiting her work in Canada, the United States, and Europe since 2000. Kelk is a graduate of Wellesley College, the Johns Hopkins University (PhD.), and the Toronto School of Art degree program.