Paper cuts a key attraction at upcoming Beijing art show

Updated 2018-12-06 15:33:00

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Beijing-based artist Wu Jian’an has in the recent few years been centering his creations around traditional paper-cutting, but he has worked on not only paper but also on brass plates and buffalo hide.

His solo exhibition, Of the Infinite Mind, will be open on Dec 9 and run through Jan 5 at Beijing’s Guardian Art Center. It will showcase more than 100 works.

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