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At 69, Ju Ming has earned the right to be considered Asia's most preeminent sculptor. During his long career, Ju Ming has forged a signature style that is recognized throughout the art world.
Undoubtedly the most famous of Ming’s work is his Tai chi series, which celebrates the practice of Tai chi. His larger than life bronze figures bristle with movement and energy, communicating not just the physical but also the spiritual aspect of the ancient practice to which the artist is devoted. Ju Ming's dexterity in harnessing and mastering his materials combined with his seemingly effortless facility in abstracting a figure and its movements, yet retaining its soul, is what makes him and his work one of the jewels of the contemporary Asian Art.
Ju Ming’s work has been exhibited in many countries, including at the South Bank Centre, London; the Musée d'Art contemporain, Dunkirk; Hakone Open-Air Museum, Tokyo; and La Place Vendome, Paris. His works, often monumental in size, can now be seen in many cities around the world, including at the 12+-hectare Ju Ming Museum in Chinshan, Taiwan.