In Chinese, Wou-Ki means « no limits ». A name that particularly suits this artist, whom embraced different cultural identities without ever being beholden to one. It also suits the variety of his works in terms of content, as well as the different techniques he experimented, such as oil on canvas, ink on paper, lithography, engraving, and watercolor.
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