Guo Fengyi: To See From a Distance at SCAD Museum of Art

an arrangement of pink, yellow, and green framed line drawings.
 Guo Fengyi – To See From a Distance, SCAD Museum of Art, Gallery 108 – Photography Courtesy of SCAD.
a large pink, green, and yellow line drawing on the floor.
Guo Fengyi – To See From a Distance, SCAD Museum of Art, Gallery 108 – Photography Courtesy of SCAD.

Guo Fengyi: To See from a Distance is the first major institutional exhibition of the artist’s work in the U.S. The exhibition features more than 30 works from Guo’s brief yet prolific career, providing an overview of her visionary drawings, which incorporate the diagrammatic, the mystical, and the wildly imaginative. Together, Guo’s works speak to the power of drawing as a means to comprehend and “see” the unknown.

— From the exhibition text

a smiling figure in pink, yellow, and green lines.
Guo Fengyi – To See From a Distance, SCAD Museum of Art, Gallery 108 – Photography Courtesy of SCAD.
two framed pictures of organic forms with Chinese lettering.
Guo Fengyi – To See From a Distance, SCAD Museum of Art, Gallery 108 – Photography Courtesy of SCAD.
framed line drawing of an amoeba like form.
Guo Fengyi – To See From a Distance, SCAD Museum of Art, Gallery 108 – Photography Courtesy of SCAD.
installation view of several line drawings framed on the wall.
Guo Fengyi – To See From a Distance , SCAD Museum of Art, Gallery 108 – Photography Courtesy of SCAD.

Guo Fengyi: To See from a Distance is on view through November 29 at the SCAD Museum of Art.