CHUNG Chia-Chun is adept at combining different painting styles on paper. In this stage of creation, he uses acrylic, crayon, charcoal, and other mixed media to present different types of space in his artworks, juxtaposing the cubist-style figure sketches with surrealistic symbol layouts and the flatness of minimalistic hard-edge colored blocks. Through different painting expressions, CHUNG Chia-Chun subtly depicts the dissociation, absurdity, and alienation hidden in life and self-consciousness in his works.
In this exhibition, artist Yang Zong-Jia uses his personal life experience as the starting point of his sculpture. Since his childhood, he has been conscious of the inner world within his mind, feelings, senses, and body throughout the years and uses it to construct as his sculpture’s main constitute. He uses the characteristics of the media to display the incompetence of the young and the harmlessness of the adults.
Hiro Hiro Art Space 很榮幸舉辦「那座彩山」聯展，展出藝術家為伊藤彩、長井朋子、以及山本桂輔。
Hiro Hiro Art Space is pleased to coordinate with Tomio Koyama Gallery to present “The Splendid Mountain”, a group exhibition of works by Aya Ito, Tomoko Nagai, and Keisuke Yamamoto.
「在物派誕生的1968至1969年間，日本當代藝術的表現手法從繪畫、雕刻轉變成平面、立體，這個重大的轉捩點上，身為『幻觸團體』主要成員的飯田昭二（Iida Shoji），極可能就是影響『物派』誕生的關鍵藝術家。」“During the period from 1968 to 1969 when Mono-Ha was born, the expression of Japanese contemporary art significantly changed from painting and sculpture to two-dimensional and three-dimensional. At this major turning point, as the main member of the Group GENSHOKU, Iida Shoji is very likely the key artist that influenced the birth of the “Mono-Ha”Read more
Cement, copper wires, the surrounding air, and perhaps with a little imagination. These are the main creative medium of Norwegian artist Lene Kilde.
Hou Chun-Ming is a contemporary Taiwanese artist who has been invited twice to the Venice Biennale, as a representation of Taiwan. Using impactful and distinct images, and vivid colors and texts, Hou Chun-Ming depicts the environment Hong Kong people have been living in for the past twenty years. He portrays Hong Kong people’s attitude of how to “be water” towards lust and political oppression.