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Aug 24, 2006


Throughout most of history, the main purpose of creating sculpture has been to produce works of art that are as permanent as is possible. Successful sculptural art usually communicate with us on an emotional level, other than on an aesthetic one. And of course, they never fail to bring a sense of sophistication to the home.

Chinese sculpturer Chen Wenling's Red Memory illustrates these points pretty well. Currently on display (and sale) at Ode To Art in Raffles City Shopping Center, his sculptures of innocent looking boys in red are so vividly created there's no way you'll miss them - even when you are just casually passing by the gallery. But what I really like were the looks on the Red Boys' faces - they say so much. A quick glance at the footnotes in the brouche reveals some juicy details behind the creation of this collection, which will make the appreciation of it much more meaningful... and emotional.


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