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Chinese video artist Sun Xun is well known for his black and white stop motion animations, his work has been shown around the world (most notably at the Hammer Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Shanghai Biennale). And now, the artist is having a solo show at New York’s exclusive Sean Kelly Gallery featuring a series of works ranging from paintings and murals to Chinese folding albums. SinoVision Journal reporter Jane Stone brings you the story.

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