The Invisible Man
Chinese contemporary artist Liu Bolin, known as “the invisible man”, after his 2005 “Hiding in the streets” series, has continued to amaze art lovers with his explicit work. Bolin’s artistic camouflaging abilities have led him to a long roster of solo exhibitions including his latest “Lost in Art”.
The exhibition will be held at Eli Klein Fina Art in New York will feature photos of Bolin’s performance art in the two camouflaging series.
These series tackles the issue of material dependance and how globally people are obedient followers of product obsoletism. Many of the newer works in Bolin’s whole exhibit focus on hard-hitting subjects like commercialism, unemployment and pollution. Bolin spends normally up to 10 hours painting himself in order to blend in with the background art.