Liu Xiao Xian: From East to West

The first major solo exhibition of Chinese-Australian artist Liu Xiao Xian is now showing at RMIT Gallery.

One of the most compelling contemporary Chinese Australian artists, Liu Xiao Xian explores the nuances between East and West with playfulness and wit, revealing some profound differences as well as shared concerns and values.

See his work at RMIT Gallery. Read an interview with Liu Xiao Xian about his RMIT Gallery exhibition.

Exhibition dates: 7 August – 12 September 2009

Liu Xiao Xian Our Gods, 2004 Porecelain, overglazed gold, underglazed copper red 61x64x40cm; 63x61x38

Liu Xiao Xian Our Gods, 2004 Porecelain, overglazed gold, underglazed copper red 61x64x40cm; 63x61x38.

Reincarnation - Mao, Buddha & I, version II, C-type photographic prints, 2003. Permanent collection of the University Art Museum, The University of Queensland, Australia

Reincarnation - Mao, Buddha & I, version II, C-type photographic prints, 2003. Permanent collection of The University of Queensland, purchased 2005.

Liu Xiao Xian Game, 2008-09 Celadon glazed porcelain 30x120x130cm

Liu Xiao Xian Game, 2008-09 Celadon glazed porcelain 30x120x130cm.