Charlie Pang “Trace of the Times”

Gallery 456 in Chinese-American Arts Council

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Gallery 456 presents Trace of the Times, a solo exhibition of Charlie Pang’s recent works.

Charlie Pang’s recent work examines the collision of Chinese and Western cultures and societies. His works show the different characteristics of different social systems. The freedom of speech and legal system in Western democratic societies have caused many social problems, such as drug addiction, proliferation of guns, smuggling, and homelessness. China’s conservative and centralized system causes corruption, restrictions on freedom of speech, and the development of a perplexing real estate market. Pang utilizes a variety of painting materials, video and installation art to express his views on today’s American and Chinese societies and provoke the viewer with the turbulence of the world.

Charlie Pang is a Chinese-American artist who has lived and worked in New York for the past 25 years. He has studied at Nanjing University of the Arts, Central Academy of Arts and Crafts, New York Art Students League and New York Academy of Art.

Charlie Pang has held many exhibitions in China and the United States, including the China Academy of Art’s Impressionist Gallery in 1993, the Guangzhou International Art Fair in 1994, and the Shanghai International Art Fair in 1996. In 1998, he traveled to the United States to participate in the Queens District Art Center’s art competition in New York, where his watercolor painting won the silver award. In 2002, he participated in the watercolor painting exhibition at Amerasia Bank Art Gallery in New York. In 2005, he exhibited at Cork Gallery in New York. He participated in the organizing and planning of the New York International Asian Artists Exhibition in 2016. He participated in the New York Art Fair in 2022.



from December 16, 2022 to January 06, 2023

Opening Reception on 2022-12-16 from 17:00 to 19:00


Charlie Pang

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