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GET TO KNOW: CUI FEI
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400 REBZWEIGLEIN
by Ev Manz

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CUI FEI
by Christopher Calderhead

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INTERVIEW WITH CUI FEI
by ACAW

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NATURE AND CALLIGRAPHY
by Britta Erickson

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CUI FEI
at The Warehouse Gallery,
Syracuse University

by Jonathan Goodman

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TAKING ANOTHER LOOK
by Katherine Rushworth

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CUI FEI
by Seo Jeong-Min

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ARTIST OF THE MONTH:
CUI FEI
by Michèle Vicat

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WAVE OF GRAIN
by John Haber

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A LOOK AT CUI FEI
by Charlie Schultz

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SEVEN ENIGMATIC
SCULPTURES
by Robert Ayers

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REASON'S CLUE EXHIBIT
AT QMA
by Mike Wood

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WHERE BRIEF WORKS
LEAVE LASTING
IMPRESSIONS
by Laurel Graeber

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CUI FEI AT GALLERY 456
by Jonathan Goodman


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AN INTERVIEW WITH
ZHANG HONGTU
by Cui Fei

 

 

A LOOK AT CUI FEI

by Charlie Schultz

 

If you’re feeling like Thoreau, or just looking for a crack in the decadence of New York’s contemporary art scene, then head uptown to the Cheryl McGinnis Gallery where Cui Fei’s Manuscript of Nature offers a quiet, yet deeply resonant, exploration into the language of nature.

Sourcing the lexicon (tendrils, thorns, leaves, etc.) of the manuscript from the parks of New York, Fei composes a series of mixed media works, prints, and photographs, that reveal a fresh thought on the relationship of culture to Man and Nature. Her nature is not the great wild, but the preplanned and plotted parks of the world’s urban axes. Her nature, like language, is but a human construct. It is an essay in interconnectedness, the quiet message of a modern culture born from the fusion of the world’s many heritages.

 

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