From "Rouge Button" to "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon", from "Da Ming Palace Ci" to "The Oranges Are Red", until the new stage play "Love in a Fallen City"...world-renowned film and stage art directors, costume designers and visual designers Artist Ye Jintian created a series of classic character shapes such as "Princess Taiping", "Jade Dragon" and "White Tassel", and at the same time opened up a unique aesthetic style.

He is the first Chinese artist to win the "Best Art Direction" at the Academy Awards, and an interpreter of "New Orientalist Aesthetics" highly respected by John Woo, Lin Huaimin, Ang Lee, Li Shaohong, Lai Shengchuan and others.

  "There is a common communication method for all human beings in the world, and that is art." Recently, Shanghai Sanlian Publishing Co., Ltd. launched "The World Without Time", this work is a new collection of Ye Jintian's art essays, including his works in costume, stage, and film art. The exploration of aesthetic viewpoints and practical aspects in diverse fields such as visual art, contemporary art creation, etc., interprets unique artistic propositions and methods for generating creativity from tradition and culture.

Running through it is his philosophical thinking about time and space, the future, technology, the relationship between people and their surroundings and themselves.

Ye Jintian inherits the Chinese aesthetic tradition that emphasizes artistic conception, wanders between the two different aesthetics of the East and the West, and shows the world an artistic world full of oriental poetry with a beautiful and gorgeous expression full of creativity and possibility.

  Throughout the book, you can see Ye Jintian's exploration of aesthetic viewpoints and practical aspects in diverse fields such as clothing, stage, film art, visual art, and contemporary art creation, as well as the method of generating creativity from tradition and culture.

It can be seen that Beijing Opera, Kunqu Opera and other artistic elements have deeply nourished and enriched his artistic creation.

  In the book, Ye Jintian also shared his philosophical thinking on the relationship between time and space, the future, technology, people and their surroundings and themselves.

It can be said that this book is an overall presentation of Ye Jintian's personal artistic exploration in the past 35 years.

The cover of the book uses a still photo of actress Wan Qian in Ye Jintian's new stage play "Love in a Fallen City".

The content contains a lot of his hand-painted manuscripts, and readers can feel the strong visual impact created by Ye Jintian in terms of color, shape and texture in an intuitive form.

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