博藝畫廊 Galerie des Beaux Arts
Booth 展位 ｜J09
Artists 藝術家｜國畫 -李振明、白丰中、蘇崇銘、蘇銳、韓非、周名德
Qiyun is intangible and no form; however, some profound artistic conception that surrounds it does not disappear due to no form, but more refined.
In the ever-changing world of science and technology, people are accustomed to shuttle across various virtual and real interleaving fields. Inevitably, there is a state of deprivation, but it also reawakens people’s desire to pursue true self. In this turbulent space-time torrent, find scattered chapters, which are always timeless and meaningful stories, though there are distances from the years. The humanistic atmosphere of the reunion may again evoke the opportunity for dialogue between people and the environment. The humanistic atmosphere of the reunion may again evoke the opportunity for dialogue between people and the environment. In the communication, a new artistic conception was derived. Through the deep internal cultivation, recreate our self, so that the curatorial concept of Qiyun Qingtian was formed. For this exhibition, BO ART GALLERY has long searched for artists who are in compliance with the essential thoughts–with simple attitude of farming, but they can create the spirit of artistic conception. It is expected that their works can hide a deep sense of ancient and modern feelings, but in the seemingly dull they have a profound humanistic rhyme.
Seeking the cross-strait artists, they are Lee Chen-Ming, Pai Feng-Chung, and Su Chung-Ming from Taiwan, and Su Rui, Han Fei, and Zhou Mingde from China. The six artists are brokered by BO ART GALLERY in recent years, and all of them are able to shine in the domestic and international auctions, fairs and solo exhibitions. The works of Lee Chen-Ming expressed his native sentiments towards Taiwan’s native vegetation in contemporary images; Pai Feng-Chung created a new world of color ink in the flowers; Su Chung-Ming’s misty landscapes has gone through ancient and modern times; Su Rui painted new idea of Wukong in the Journey to the West with fine brushwork of new culture; Han Fei's flower and bird paintings infused Western minimalist style essentials; Zhou Mingde’s deconstruction and reconstruction of landscape painting can also create a sense of the times. All six are excellent artists. Works will be displayed in the image space of oriental cloister with green tiles, white wall, and decorative openwork window.
This time, BO ART GALLERY interprets the new artistic concept of the era with a traditional literati spirit to show wonderful exchanges between artists on both sides of the strait. It expected that viewers who appreciate the work can get unexpected surprises and hope to open up a new atmosphere in the future, pass through the inherent barriers of the old era, and embark on their own innovation avenue. The viewers are expected to remove five senses by moving away from the embarrassment and pay attention to the hidden but not lost memory temperature, as well as in the reflection of the pieces, find the exclusive quadrant of your own!