23.7 х 19.7 in. (60.2 x 50.04 cm.)
Signed, and dated.
"Big Business No. 2" (2007) is an exciting painting that belongs to the ongoing series of figurative, highly ornate and detailed works by renowned female Chinese Contemporary artist Han Yajuan (China, B. 1980). Here, one of Han's iconic female characters is depicted fiercely independent businesswoman talking on the telephone, sitting provocatively atop her large desk, which bears all the necessary accoutrements needed to carry out her successful work day. More than just accomplished works, Han's paintings are meant to read as highly ironic commentaries on the socio-economic conditions in China and the world in general. This painting measures 23.70 x 19.70 inches, is custom framed to larger dimensions and in perfect condition.
Han Yajuan was born in 1980 and received her B.F.A. in 2002 from the China Academy Of Art, Hangzhou, China. In 2004-05 she taught at the College of Visual Arts, China Academy Of Art and in 2008 received an M.F.A Degree from the Oil Painting Department, Central Academy of Fine Art, Beijing. Her most recent solo exhibitions was "Indulgence and Transcendence ", in 2011 at Eli Klein Fine Art, New York and in 2009, "Bling Bling" at Chinese Contemporary, New York, as well as "Angels from Hell", in 2008 at Olyvia Oriental, London, UK. She has had additional solo shows at Tokyo gallery, Tokyo, Japan; Willem Kerseboom Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; PROJECT B Contemporary Art, Milan, Italy as well as shows in Beijing and, Hong Kong. Selected group Exhibitions include her important inclusion in 2011 in "Future Pass", Abbazia Di San Gregorio, Venice, Italy and in "Surrealist Pop", Injoy Museum of Art, Beijing, China as well as "Half of The Sky: Women in the New Art of China", Leonard Pearlstein Gallery, Philadelphia. 2010 saw the work of Han featured in prestigious Museum exhibitions including "Animamix Biennale", Shanghai MoCA Museum, Shanghai, China and "Invisible Wings", Times Art Museum, Beijing, China. From 2008 though the early 2000's the artist was exhibited world-wide, in the USA, U.K., Brazil, China, Korea, Italy, France, Spain, United Arab Emirates and New Zealand. She presently lives and works in China.