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涵藝術以「三個主題式策展」探討美學感知上的永恆的靈光【2021 ART TAIPEI 專題】台北國際藝術博覽會

涵藝術林暄涵藝術經紀岑龍2021 ART TAIPEI

2021-10-05|撰文者:涵藝術/非池中藝術網編輯整理

涵藝術今年於台北國際藝術博覽會,首創以三個主題式的策展,為觀眾帶來震撼的視覺饗宴。

第一個展區是《看不見的通道—岑龍與西洋藝術史的對話》。岑龍將於2022年3月在威尼斯一座十五世紀的古蹟—蝸牛府,進行一場與西方藝術名作對話的展覽。涵藝術選擇今年的Art Taipei,作為全球首發的預展,之後這些作品將前往義大利展出,進行歐洲巡迴。





第二個展區是《本質與存在,何者先行?》。究竟是本質先於存在,還是存在先於本質?這是哲學界不斷在探討的一個主題。涵藝術希望透過來自不同國家五位藝術家的繪畫作品呈現對上述命題的解答。

岑龍的作品是形而上的表現。在具象的表現手法下,虛構的人物和場景,以及繪畫傳遞的精神價值,淨化了觀眾的心靈。他的繪畫透過樸實的人物和平凡的日常感動人心,其作品的高度是等同於宗教的。

圖說:

岑龍,2021,酣夢,100x80cm

Cen Long, 2021, Siesta, 100x80cm


而匈牙利畫家迪波爾試圖在動態中挖掘靜態的美。他認為「靜」存在於日常生活中,其所產生的美感是一種最純粹的美,而這種美融合在時間和空間的交錯中,他渴望捕捉到生活中不經意流露出來的這樣安靜純粹的美。

圖說:

迪波爾,2015,泡澡池 No.3,153x91cm

Tibor SImon-Mazula, 2015, Hot Tub No.3, 153x91cm


日籍藝術家林靖子的繪畫呈現了她對大自然萬物的敬愛。她認為萬物皆有靈,它們緩緩地訴說著許多我們肉眼看不見但卻能深刻感受到的,她試圖用她真摯的雙眼和虔誠景仰的心靈去感受自然萬物,所以她的繪畫充滿了靈性,在真實中表現出抽象的情懷。

圖說:

林靖子,2021,無聲的雨,97x160cm

Yasuko Hayashi, 2021, Silent Rain, 97x160cm


來自阿根廷的阿爾維托畫的是內心的世界。他的風格根植於抽象和印象派,結合了多元的具象元素和建築物的細節,並巧妙的將這些看來互相矛盾的元素結合塑造了一種獨特的視覺風格。他的許多記憶成功的為他的畫作建構強烈的敘事風格。

圖說:

阿爾維托‧阿爾瓦雷斯,2020,內在自由,82x156cm

Alberto Alvarez, 2020, Libertad Interior, 82x156cm


邱掇早期的作品用構成的手段表露出東方線、面、體積以及黑、白、灰色的衝突和諧調、均衡。而前幾年開始的色彩系列則試圖在幾何的抽象繪畫中形塑更多的感性原素,企圖提高作品的感受力,更期待他的繪畫得以作為一座心靈溝通的橋樑。參展的五位藝術家,從純抽象、半抽象半具象,到具象表現主義,不僅涵蓋了當前架上繪畫的主要風格,同時都深入的探討人性的本質,並創造出其各自的存在。

第三個展區是《南十字書屋》。作為涵藝術的副品牌,南十字書屋具有更靈活的向度,能夠以一種實驗的精神,為藝術收藏帶來更多跨領域的可能性。

歡迎您前來今年的台北國際藝術博覽會,親自感受我們為您精心策劃的展出。

Essence and Existence: an exploration through the joint exhibition of five painters

For ART Taipei 2021, Hann Art Agency will curate the space around three independent themes to deliver an exciting visual experience to our clients.

The first theme is “Invisible passages, a Conversation Between Cen Long’s Art and the Western Artistic Tradition.” This is the debut of a collection of Cen Long’s paintings that will be exhibited across Europe in 2022, starting at Venice’s historical palazzo, Palazzo Contarini del Bovolo, in March 2022.

The second theme centers on the philosophical discussion, “Essence and Existence, which is the source of things?” Does existence predicate essence, or does essence arise a posteriori from the facts of existence? Such are questions central to philosophical inquiries. Hann Art proposes a possible solution by expanding on the works of five artists of distinct nationality.

Cen Long’s art sails towards a metaphysics. Beneath realist techniques, the life of fictional characters depicted in his work and the ideals embodied and represented, communicates a spiritual language to the audiences. His work conveys a religiosity that touches the heart of the audience through means, such as the depiction of ordinary lives and the leveraging of mundane experiences, that are inherently humane.

Tibor Mazula, hailing from Hungary, seeks to capture the aesthetics of stillness inherent in motion. He opines that stillness, or poise, exists within everyday life, and whenever one is graced by its presence, it is one of sublime beauty. Mazula believes that this beauty is sustained in the liminality where time interrelates with space, and his works represent his effort in capturing all the accidental moments when the beauty of stillness exudes from scenes of everyday life.

Yasuko Hayashi, from Japan, shows reverences and affinity to the world through her art. She believes that fauna and flora alike possess spirituality. Natural life conveys to us truths that are imperceivable yet highly impressive and emotive. She has attempted to approach these truths by perceiving the different modalities of existence in nature by adhering to her unbiased heart and soul. Hayashi’s paintings reflect a unique spiritual perspective that convey abstract sentiments in her portraits of reality.

Argentinian Alberto Alvarez takes the inner world as his artistic object. His style combines impressionism and abstract techniques with an architectonic of details borrowed from realism and architecture. His insightful leveraging of this motley combination of stylistic conventions is to the benefit of the distinct parts composing the whole, which is a highly unique visual representation of memories and narratives.

Taiwanese artist Qiu Dou’s earlier methodology aimed at exploring the balance and clashing of the horizon, physical dimensionality, and surfaces with the visuals of black, white, and grey colors. Recently, Dou sought to reserve space, in his collection on colors, for sentiments in geometric abstract paintings, so as to amplify the emotive potentials of his work and to lessen the gap between the soul of the artist and his audiences.

The final area is reserved for collections from The Crux. The philosophy of The Crux, a sub brand of Hann Art Agency, emphasizes creativity and flexibility in art medium, thus introducing an experimental dimension to collecting art.

We cordially invite you to visit us at ART Taipei to experience this carefully coordinated show that we are so excited to share with you.

Art Taipei 2021 台北國際藝術博覽會|涵藝術

Booth|展位編號

D02

Artist|展出藝術家

Cen Long 岑龍/Alberto Alvarez 阿爾維托/Tibor SImon-Mazula 迪波爾/Yasuko Hayashi 林靖子/Chiu Dou 邱掇

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