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錯位古今—香港新水墨:陳瑞瑩、黃綺琪、鄭丹珊

錯位古今—香港新水墨:陳瑞瑩、黃綺琪、鄭丹珊

水墨畫是中國傳統特有的藝術表現之一,無論是從人物、到花鳥翎毛、走獸,乃至於後集大成的山水畫,這些不同視覺現象和題材的水墨畫科,在千餘年的遞演過程之後,到了今日都已逐一演化成為了一種文化符號。

陳瑞瑩,《噓秋奏 Trio of Hiss》 ,水墨設色絹本。圖/大觀藝術空間空間。

在香港的水墨發展中,我們看到了另外一種相對於台灣的不同水墨景況,那便是從傳統古典符號中派生出來的一種錯置時空的水墨文化符號的借用與融合。同樣進行水墨現代性處理,在「抓住傳統」這個至關重要的問題上,台灣與香港:一個捏住媒材和技法、一個重組造形與符號。在過去各自獨立的水墨畫發展歷史下,台灣較多地把握了水墨媒材上的筆墨趣味,而香港則更多運用了視覺造形上的文化符號。

鄭丹珊,《遷然 Travel in the Sky》 ,水墨設色紙本。圖/大觀藝術空間空間。

此次大觀藝術空間推出「錯位古今」香港新水墨展覽,以陳瑞瑩、黃綺琪和鄭丹珊三位年輕的女性藝術家為主打。三位女藝術家的作品兼具新意和趣味,有從傳統衍生而來的水墨、彩墨的交融,也有並置於平日生活情境裡宛如神話般的奇想,更有結合不同裝裱方式所開展、依稀掩映的水墨呈現,氣象新穎、韻味十足。

黃綺琪,《萬花瞳 III - 沒有秘密The Kaleidoscope Eyes III - No Secret》 ,蠟筆、水墨設色紙本​​​​​​​。圖/大觀藝術空間空間。

然無論何者,卻不難從她們的作品中發現,三位香港新世代水墨畫家的作品中有一種共通的特質,就是在基本以工筆設色的方式為基調的前提下,顯露了纖細的女性藝術質地;除此之外,也能從她們的作品中,發現她們高度挪用了古典視覺符號來構成作品畫面。古典魅惑的虛擬情境融合、文化符號的生活現場錯置,猶如上演著貫串古今時空的當代心靈穿越劇,鋪陳細膩、令人遐思。

大觀竭誠邀請您前來參與此次的「錯位古今」,觀看陳瑞瑩、黃綺琪、鄭丹珊三位藝術家如何藉由錯置傳統山水、花鳥的文化符號,融入於現今的生活景象中,又如何透過此交互搭配、相互穿插的手法,呈現出令人會心莞爾的時空錯位感。通過此次錯位於古典與現代的視覺意象中,大觀期待與各位嘉賓迸發出水墨語彙的新火花,開展出對於藝術世界的全新可能和想像空間。

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錯位古今—香港新水墨:陳瑞瑩、黃綺琪、鄭丹珊

展期|2018.7.21- 8.19

貴賓預展|7.20

開幕活動|7.21 15:00-16:00 藝術家與本展學術主持李思賢教授、台南市美術館潘襎館長座談會

參展藝術家|陳瑞瑩、黃綺琪、鄭丹珊




大觀藝術空間粉絲專頁

開放時間|週二至週日(週一公休) 10.30-18.30

地址|台北市敬業二路69巷16號

捷運|劍南路站2號(明水路)出口,沿敬業二路直走,69巷右轉

電話|(02)8501-5677


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Crisscrossing Through Time and Space – Contemporary Hong Kong Ink Art

Ink painting is one of the media that is unique to traditional Chinese art. The various visual representations and wide range of subjects that cover fingers, flower and bird, animals and spectacular landscapes in ink painting have become a cultural symbol though thousands of years’ development.

The development of ink painting in Hong Kong is a completely different story. The misplacement of time and space and the merging of classical elements with new ideas led to the unique style of contemporary ink art in Hong Kong. The artists from both regions aim to “grasp the traditional elements” whilst developing new representations. Taiwan and Hong Kong: one focuses on medium and techniques, whilst the other reassembles form and symbols. While developing art independently, Taiwanese artists are highly skilled in creating playful works with ink and a medium, whilst artists in Hong Kong have worked with the cultural symbols visually.

Daguan gallery presents the works from three young female artists – Chan Sui-Ying, Wong Yee-Ki and Cheng Tan-Shan. The three artists provide fresh ideas and humourous works that are applied with traditional ink and colour techniques and whimsical and mythical representations of daily lives. Mounted on screens, scrolls or frames, the works are presented in various forms, yet the freshness of the composition and subjects are equally fine.

It is not difficult to see the shared characteristics among the three artists’ works, for they are all applied with meticulous lines and colours, which display their delicacy. Additionally, the use of classical elements and symbols are clearly visible in the three artists’ works. The mysterious representation of classical elements within contemporary setting and cultural symbols can be seen as a misplacing of time and space, leading the audience though different worlds.

Daguan Gallery sincerely invites you to come and witness the way Chan Sui-Ying, Cheng Tan-Shan and Wong Yee-Ki crisscross culture symbols from traditional landscape, bird and flower paintings, with contemporary life styles, and how they create a misplacement of time though the compositions and techniques. We would like to invite the audience to experience the new methods for ink as a medium.

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Crisscrossing Through Time and Space – Contemporary Hong Kong Ink Art

Exhibition Duration | 2018.07.21 – 08.19

VIP Preview | 7.20

Opening Reception and Talk | 2018.07.21 15.00-16.00

Talk to be led by Professor Li Su-Chen and Pan Fan, Director of Tainan Art Museum

Participating Artists | Chan Sui-Ying, Cheng Tan-Shan, Wong Yee-Ki



DaGuan Gallery 

Opening Hours | 10:30-18:30 Tue.–Sun. (Closed on Mon.) 

Address | No. 16, Lane 69, JingYeh 2nd Rd., Taipei Taiwan 

Telephone | 02 8501 5677 

MRT | Jiannan Road Station exit 2 (Ming Shui Road), go straight on JingYeh 2nd Road then turn right at Lane 69