Ming Lu (b.1993, China) is a multidisciplinary artist who lives and works in London.
In her recent work Ming Lu takes inspiration from everyday materials, humorously adopting and adapting symbols and language from Chinese history. She uses many ordinary daily objects in her work as confrontational metaphors of the human body, stating that: “As I transform the objects into metaphors of human bodies, I sometimes give the body parts a utilitarian function”.

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Artist’s Work

Ming Lu

No Need To Be Real, 2018
Robot cleaner, balloon cat

Ming Lu

Spaghetti Painting, 2018 
Spaghetti on canvas

Ming Lu

Penne Painting, 2018 
Spaghetti on paperboard

Ming Lu

Painted Skin 02-62, 2018 
Acrylic on used face masks

Ming Lu

No Need To Be Real, 2018
Robot cleaner, balloon cat

Ming Lu

Penne Painting, 2018 
Spaghetti on paperboard

Ming Lu

Qilin, 2015
Archival inkjet print, mounted and keyline framed

Ming Lu

Lipstick Painting series: confident red, 2018
Lipstick on canvas

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