Liu Bolin explores his deeply personal, but socially conscious world, through his art and spatial intelligence.  Taking painting to a new level, he masterfully hides his image within each painting, making the visual and intensely intrapersonal statement, he feels invisible.   He reveals his decision to embody himself within each painting, as he describes “the real world” as “like an imprisonment of the creativity of the human race.”   Know what’s possible?



Although now over 40, we include his work to show what is humanly possible and how a fresh intrapersonal perspective,  coupled with a highly developed spatial intelligence, can create a new and moving art form.

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