BLOCKED MOONGATE, FROM `LIFE LINES’, 2005, WILLIAM YANG (B. 1943, N. QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA), INKJET PRINT EPSON ULTRACHROME K3TM INKS ON INNOV SOFTEX 315 GSM PAPER, 26 x 40 CM ©THE ARTIST – TAASA Review September 2019
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chang le) (Liu 2002:81).
Liu Wei-ping became an Honorary Consultant in Asian Art for the Art Gallery of New South Wales, a position he maintained until his death. Lo identified different groups amongst the artists: graduates of the Beijing Central Academy, southern Chinese from Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam, all to varying degree practitioners of the Lingnan school of painting which advocated the Western approach of painting directly from life (Lo 1985: 1).
As new migrants, painting was mostly a hobby; income was earnt by working on the assembly line in the textile or car manufacturing industry during the day (ibid)...