Ziqi Jing, born in Beijing, age 14, also known as Zhi Yu and Mo Jun. She gained her keen interest in culture and art as a child, particularly in ancient Chinese culture. To further promote this interest, at Ziqi’s age of 12, she was acknowledged as the apprentice of calligrapher Nong Fu, a disciple of Master Qi Gong. Ziqi participated in a vast number of calligraphy competitions such as “Prosperous China: National Youth Art Exhibition” and “Talents’ Art Festival of China”, and won relevant awards.
This exhibition displays 51 pieces of calligraphy works created by Ziqi under the guidance of Nong Fu. A variety of themes are showcased throughout the works, incorporating excerpts of ancient poems and ures, couplets, and modern artistic creation. While conforming to the conventional essence of Chinese calligraphy, Ziqi’s works are also comprised of the juvenile innocence of herself. The integration of these two attributes contributes to a young woman’s unrestrained and uninhibited personality, as well as her distinct perspective towards ancient and modern culture that the exhibition thoroughly presents. Given the name-- "Ink Through-Yu".
Zhuang Ning Jing Cong