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Double Vision: Yang Kai and Lau Hok Shing Hanison

Exhibition details

Opening / Event Date:
11 March, 2015
Time:
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Closing / End Date:
22 March, 2015
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Lucie Chang Fine Arts 隆重呈獻「山外山-楊凱、劉學成」雙個展,展出楊凱、劉學成作品,包括當代水墨、雕塑、混合媒介等。

「天外有天,山外有山」,是一種自謙,也是一種慨嘆,慨嘆天地浩瀚,人終其一生無法測度。兩位參展藝術家,均曾師承西方藝術教育,後來卻回歸傳統,在當代藝術的語境,流露中國傳統藝術的美學和內涵。

楊凱《北海二十四圖》系列組畫,將水墨、雕塑和空間裝置結合,體現盆景的中國傳統文化內涵。藝術家先在紙上作水墨畫,在圓形亞加力膠片上繪畫第二層,再把膠片疊在水墨畫上,燈光透過膠片投影的斑駁陰影正是第三層,是藝術家對過去、現在、未來的認識、打破、重塑和創造。

劉學成喜研中國古典文學,並以立體雕塑訴說自己的私密故事。「忽聞海上有仙山,山在虛無縹緲間」,尋尋覓覓,跨越這山望那山,藝術之旅永無窮盡。劉氏以傳統水墨以外的媒材重塑山水,經典的木山系列流露他對理想世界的想像,並與不同展場空間互動,誘發種種思考。

 

展覽詳情:

地址:藝穗會, 香港中環下亞厘畢道二號

展覽日期:2015年3月11至22日

開幕:2015年3月11日,下午六時正

查詢:[email protected]

 

Lucie Chang Fine Arts is pleased to present the joint exhibition, ‘Double Vision: Yang Kai and Lau Hok Shing Hanison’, a wonderful visual interplay of ink, sculpture and space installation created by an ink artist and his sculptor-installation contemporary.

The Chinese saying of ‘There are skies above skies, and mountains beyond mountains’ is a statement of modesty as it is of sorrow, proclaiming the vastness of the universe and all its possibilities that our limited minds cannot truly understand. Both trained in western art school, Yang and Lau later returned to their cultural roots and have since been articulating the aesthetics and qualities of traditional Chinese art in the context of contemporary art discourse.

In Yang Kai’s Twenty-four Scenes of Beihai, contemporary ink, sculpture and space installation are mixed to capture the essence of traditional Chinese culture that is encapsulated in the art of bonsai. In creating the scenes, Yang first painted a foundation of ink on paper, to which an overlay of round acrylic plate of ink painting was applied; finally, light was projected onto the composite surface to illuminate the feathered, shaded third layer of images. The work represents a process of breaking, reconstructing and creating anew the understanding that the artist has had of the past, present and future.

A keen lover of Chinese literary classics, Hanison Lau makes 3D narrative sculptures to tell stories of his innermost thoughts. Art is an endless journey and an artist is a lifelong traveller who ascends one summit after the next on an eternal search. In his series of wooden mountain sculptures, Lau created his own Chinese landscape by employing materials in replace of the ancient medium of Chinese ink. Envisioned in the image of his ideal world, the work interacts with its immediate environment to unleash a torrent of contemplative thoughts.

 

Exhibition Details:

Address: The Fringe Club, 2 Lower Albert Road, Central, Hong Kong

Exhibition period: 11-22 March, 2015

Vernissage: 6 p.m, 11 March, 2015

Enquiry: [email protected]

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