A Rutgers–Camden artist who specializes in fusing digital animation onto natural surfaces has returned from China, where his solo digital art show at the Beijing World Art Museum was the largest of its kind in the country.
Native Chinese artist LiQin Tan, an associate professor of fine arts at Rutgers–Camden, where he directs the animation program, says the show spanned 25,000 square feet and featured an opening ceremony of some 500 guests, including dozens of international media outlets. Read more . . .