Opera Gallery is presenting a new group exhibition “Asia Abstract” featuring the artworks of several artists, including paintings from the French-Chinese artists Zao Wou-Ki, Chu The-Chun, and Feng Xiao-Min, .
Date: September 28 – October 31 2018
Location: Opera Gallery, W Place, 52 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, 中環雲咸街52號W Placw
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Featured Chinese-French artists, Zao Wou-Ki (b. 1920), Chu Teh-Chun (b. 1920)and Feng Xiao-Min (b. 1959) are known for their modernist approach in integrating traditional Chinese brush-and-ink technique with Western abstract art. Over the course of their artistic career in France, the artists have acquired techniques passed on by European masters and have adopted manners of abstract expressionism and lyrical abstraction. The rhythmic nuances demonstrated in their bold sweeping strokes of colours are reminiscent of Chinese landscape paintings. While the message of the artwork may be elusive, viewers are left to bask in the immense beauty and strong emotional impact derived from the artwork’s depth, poetry and musicality. Combining Western abstraction with Eastern sensibilities, the artists collectively aim to expand the limits of painting, express nature in its fullness and give an authentic Chinese vision of the world.
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