Visual Artist Kankan Huang Showcases Ceramic 'Mask' Sculpture on artzizzle.com

Artzizzle.com the contemporary art website for both novice and professional art collectors today announced a new featured online exhibition of ceramic sculpture titled 'breathe' from visual artist Kankan Huang. According to the artist, "This project was inspired by the masks worn by emergency personnel during the 2010 forest fires clean up in Russia."

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New York, NY (PRWEB) February 25, 2014

Artzizzle.com the contemporary art website for both novice and professional art collectors today announced a new featured online exhibition of ceramic sculpture titled 'breathe' from visual artist kankan huang. According to the artist, "This project was inspired by the masks worn by emergency personnel during the 2010 forest fires clean up in Russia." The masks were sealed and vacuum pumped to achieve the visual effects. The video can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/ArtzizzleTV.

About the artist

Kankan Hung was born November 1986 in Wuhan, China. She graduated from Hubei Academy in 2008. Having moved to Beijing in March 2009, she has been working for the Ai Weiwei studio since that time.

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