Michael Andrew Law Cheuk Yui Meets Neo Rauch

Neo Rauch (born 18 April 1960, in Leipzig, East Germany; German: [ˈneːo ˈʀaʊx]) is a German artist whose paintings mine the intersection of his personal history with the politics of industrial alienation. His work reflects the influence of socialist realism, and owes a debt to Surrealists Giorgio de Chirico and René Magritte, although Rauch hesitates to align himself with surrealism. He studied at the Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig, and he lives in Markkleeberg near Leipzig, Germany and works as the principal artist of the New Leipzig School.[1] The artist is represented by Galerie EIGEN + ART Leipzig/Berlin and David Zwirner, New York.

Michael Andrew Law Cheuk Yui Meets Mary Corse

Mary Corse (born 1945) is an American artist who lives and works in Topanga, California. Fascinated with perceptual phenomena and the idea that light itself can serve as both subject and material in art, Corse’s practice can be seen as existing at an crossroads between American Abstract Expressionism and American Minimalism.[4] She is often associated…

Michael Andrew Law Cheuk Yui and Hikari Shimoda

Hikari Shimoda (b.1984) paints a world where cuteness and horror coexist, and fantasy meets reality. She pays attention in every details and uses symbolic elements connected to the Japanese culture. Children are often featured with heroic costumes such as Superman and “shojo” that reveals the problems of people in today’s society struggle with from within.

Michael Andrew Law Cheuk Yui meet Marcel Dzama

Dzama was born in 1974 in Winnipeg, Canada, where he received his BFA in 1997 from the University of Manitoba. Since 1998, his work has been represented by David Zwirner. The artist has had nine gallery solo exhibitions, including Puppets, Pawns, and Prophets which was his first presentation at the London location in 2013 and…

Michael Andrew Law Cheuk Yui 羅卓睿 & Zeng Fanzhi 曾梵志

Michael Andrew Law Cheuk Yui 羅卓睿 & Zeng Fanzhi 曾梵志 曾梵​​志,1964年生於湖北武漢,畢業於湖北美術學院。在迄今為止三十餘年的創作生涯中,曾梵志多次挑戰自我,推陳出新,屢見突破,呈現出多樣化的繪畫風格,形成了一個豐富的作品體系。藝術家交替創作肖像、風景、具象、抽象,油彩、水墨等不同主題與媒材,展現出獨特的創作面貌以及多元的美學研究。在創作中重點探索繪畫的可能性,以及由此引起的種種情感和意識。 藝術家置身於東西方藝術傳統的交匯點,廣泛觀照從古至今各個時期的藝術形式,思考其中的共通性與多樣性,參照不同藝術來源,結合自己的繪畫觀點,不斷發掘繪畫藝術的全新可能性。 他的作品超越簡單的客觀再現,嫻熟地展現悲傷與恐懼、希望與憧憬、憂愁與焦灼、悲觀與憐憫、精微與宏偉等人類情感,飽含觸動人心的力量。 曾梵​​誌曾於多家美術館舉辦展覽。近期個展包括:阿姆斯特丹梵高美術館「曾梵志| 梵高」(2017年);北京尤倫斯當代藝術中心「曾梵志:散步」(2016年);巴黎市立現代美術館「曾梵志」(2013年);威尼斯海關大樓美術館「曾梵志」(2013年);香港會議展覽中心「曾梵志:界限的共鳴」(2011年);上海外灘美術館「2010·曾梵志」 (2010年);索非亞國立外國藝術館「曾梵志」(2010年);新加坡美術館「曾梵志:理想主義」(2007年);聖艾蒂安現代藝術博物館「曾梵志」(2007年);上海美術館「我·我們:曾梵志的繪畫1991-2003」(2003年)。 曾梵​​志作品由多個重要機構收藏,包括:法國巴黎市立現代美術館、新加坡美術館、中國美術館、上海美術館、香港M+視覺文化博物館、日本福岡亞洲美術館、美國丹佛藝術博物館以及美國舊金山現代藝術博物館等。 Zeng Fanzhi (Chinese: 曾梵志; born 1964 in Wuhan, Hubei) is a contemporary Chinese artist based in Beijing. From the earliest stages of his career, Zeng Fanzhi’s paintings have been marked by their emotional directness, the artist’s intuitive psychological…

Michael Andrew Law and Carman Tong

“The Fading world” uses metaphors from the perspective of the deceased to ridicule the existing state in the world. When look at the black & white photos of the deceased, you may think that in the past they might had a wonderful life, or in a life that full of sorrow. Indeed we do not…