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'Schematic Curve' Group Exhibtion

"Schematic Curve" is an exploration of the intersection between 3D and 2D art, featuring five artists who use form, line, and symbolism to push the boundaries of visual concepts.

Exhibtion Info

Date: 06/03/2023 - 06/13/2023

Location: 36 W 44th St, Suite 707 A


Superb Gallery of Art NYC

International Society for Performing & Visual Arts


Wenzhi Zhang

Véronique Vigneron

Yiwen Tu

Reen Sanderse

Ning Wang


Curator: Wenzhi Zhang

Design Director: Shirong Gu

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"Schematic Curve" is an exploration of the intersection between 3D and 2D art, featuring five artists who use form, line, and symbolism to push the boundaries of visual concepts.

The exhibition is divided into two parts.

The first part showcases the digital illustrations of three artists who use graphic visuals to communicate their ideas to express abstract space and imagination. Through precise lines, shapes, and colors, these illustrations convey the structural logic and aesthetic beauty of their designs. The works demonstrate the artists' mastery of digital tools and their ability to seamlessly blend creativity and functionality.

The second part of the exhibition features the abstract sculptures of two artists who use symbolism to convey their artistic visions. The sculptures in this part are characterized by their fluid curves, organic shapes, and intricate textures. They draw on the artists' personal experiences, emotions, and philosophical perspectives to create a compelling dialogue between the abstract and the concrete.

Together, "Schematic Curve" invites viewers to contemplate the ways in which Art of Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Forms intersect and interact. The exhibition challenges the traditional boundaries between these disciplines and highlights the power of creative expression to shape our physical and emotional environments. Join us as we explore the innovative and captivating works of these five talented artists.

Participating Artists



Wenzhi Zhang, who teaches at the well-respected Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts in China, has transformed traditional lacquer technique into a medium of modern abstract painting. She is a dedicated artist with many mediums. Her works are represented in prestigious private and public collections, including private collections of Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, the National Art Museum of China, Malaysia National Art Museum, Norway National Museum of Art, Korean Palace Kiln Museum and many other university museums. She has lectured internationally in many universities and has written several textbooks.



Reen Sanderse, a talented artist from the Netherlands, employs a unique technique blending photography, digital art, light effects, and drawing. Her artworks are captivating, combining digital light art with emotion and mysticism, showcasing exceptional technical and artistic precision. What distinguishes Reen as an artist is her ability to harness her fears and nightmares, using them as a source of inspiration. Rather than being traumatized, she transforms these experiences into remarkable pieces, showcasing the transformative power of art in making sense of the world. Reen's art has garnered recognition and admiration from both art enthusiasts and critics. Her works have been exhibited at numerous galleries and exhibitions throughout Europe. With her distinctive approach and unwavering dedication, she emerges as a visionary in the realm of contemporary art.



Yiwen Tu, a Shanghai-born artist and designer now based in New York, specializes in communications design, editorial design, art installations, and cinematography. Her work explores the formation of values and social conflicts. Her series Extinction And Revival has received international awards and was exhibited at The Oculus — World Trade Center. She has a talent for visual storytelling, as seen in her work Autumn Moon Over Han Palace, exhibited at the MUSE connect Gala Art Exhibition & Auction. Yiwen Tu is an award-winning designer for high-profile clients such as United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee, Porsche, HBO, and L'Oréal. Her art direction for the online exhibition X-Hale won multiple awards.



Véronique Vigneron, a French sculpture artist, creates stunning bronze artworks that combine abstract human body elements with flowing silhouettes, provoking thought and admiration. Born in France, Véronique honed her skills at prestigious art schools, developing a unique artistic voice characterized by fluid lines and dynamic movement. Her sculptures capture the essence of the human form while challenging perception with abstract elements. Exhibited across Europe and commissioned for public sculptures, Véronique's work receives critical acclaim and leaves a lasting impression on viewers. Through her art, she explores the complexities of the human experience and finds beauty in imperfections. Véronique Vigneron is revered as a visionary sculptor, captivating audiences worldwide with her artistry.



Ning Wang, is an architect with a background in both academic and professional pursuits. He obtained a Master of Science (M.S.) degree in Architecture from Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation in 2015. Prior to that, he completed their Bachelor's Degree in Architecture at Tongji University in 2013. With a strong foundation in architecture, Ning Wang possesses a range of skills and expertise. He is well-versed in architectural design and has received endorsements in areas such as visual arts and space design.

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