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晴山藝術中心有限公司:【2018 台北國際藝術博覽會】

2018 台北國際藝術博覽會
展期:2018/10/25 ~ 10/29 
尊榮貴賓預展:10/25 (四) (12:00 ~ 21:00)
貴賓預展:10/25 (四) (15:00 ~ 21:00)
     10/26 (五) (11:00 ~ 19:00)
公眾展期:10/26 (五) (14:00 ~ 19:00)
     10/27 ~ 10/28 (11:00 ~ 19:00)
     10/29(11:00 ~ 18:00)
地點:台北世貿一館(北市信義路五段五號)
展位:C02
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2018.台北藝博展出計劃 --《造境、造山、造水》

2018年晴山藝術中心展覽企劃主題《造境、造山、造水》,來探討在不同藝術家(涵蓋台灣/日本/中國)面臨當今人類生活環境劇變--資本化過度消費,及視覺精神的多元性—訊息傳媒大量入侵下,來呈現他們內心中所渴望的藝術表現,如以水為載體媒材的岩彩畫/水墨紙本/水彩到油畫及木雕,以不同材質來創造出內心的畫。
彭偉新的岩彩畫,傳統山水寫生到創作,因要使用天然原生礦材,他從原生礦石中發現這些彩色礦石就是一座座如大自然中高山險峻, 並且可自由地按照自己審美趣味來造山造境,將跳脫從師法古人/師法自然下,展現新的一片岩彩畫。
狄青在他的水墨工筆絹本作品前說自己的每一幅作品都是一個故事,都有一個情節,她筆下那個既莊重又詼諧的人物,似乎講述了一個個在生活與夢想的虛與實之間、平衡和聯接的一個個小故事。「我要的是一種特殊的、有我個人特色的感覺,讓觀眾一眼就能記住,但是我又不喜歡太誇張,我儘量保持自己的態度來作畫,帶給自己也帶給觀眾一份單純的溫暖和感動。
奧村彰一是位中日混血,出生北京成長在日本,研究所又到中央美院研讀碩士,他的畫面色彩豐富, 有如漫步于中國園林,假山盆景此起彼伏。這些放置于園林中的事物如同桃花源中的小洞天,也可以叫做小宇宙。而這些景緻也將隨著城市變遷進而即將消失眼前,奧村藉由畫筆色彩營造出他心中一片現代桃花源記得景緻。
曹曉陽任教於中國美院,他以木炭為筆,擺脫了毫管筆墨獨有之意趣,拋卻水暈墨章的萬千魅惑,反而更切近於事物本身,身處江南山林之中,每日復往其中,燃木為炭,這畫材脫胎於林木之身體,此刻又躍然於紙上,在畫者指掌的運作中使山川巒壑成形顯象。
水墨之於吳宥鋅,重要的是攜古典走入當代,將傳統山水的筆墨堆疊與認知,轉化為介於真實與虛擬之間的人物畫,大至題材,小至技法表現,無不挑戰且創新當代水墨的視覺限度。
林經哲的水彩作品具有鮮明的雙重性格:在真實世界的當下,帶著些許疏離寂靜的孤寂色彩。林經哲的孤寂感來自於畫面中刻意構築的都市語境:他擅長將現代生活中不經意的偶發場景入鏡,藉由「人與城市的對話」,不斷開展。每一個「對話」模組,在精心考量的雨境效果下,決定畫中情緒。
寫實派畫家繪出生活周遭的景色,反映所處時代情景給後人,李昌國認為有些東西是攝影技術無法呈現的,寫實主義有它存在的意義價值,希望能將此種精神於台灣重現,傳達給後輩。超寫實主義重視氣氛及光線的表達,並呈現出當下的情景,傳達出畫家當時內心的感動,這些都能在李昌國的繪畫中看到。
林志航以壓扁可樂罐木雕造型來探討資源循環再利用的綠環保議題,今年看到資本主義下社會被過度消費後的環保問題.....新的作品造型像座"山",也像"拖鞋"也想早期農業社會得煮飯用灶。約莫從日本殖民時代開始,為了山頭上龐大的森林資源,開山闢路,大批大批珍貴林木的消逝......到今天上山就像走自家的廚房般輕鬆,台灣近來"瘋露營"的熱潮,又是對山的另一個災難的開始,破碎的地景,何時得以喘息 .. ..
日本木雕家—嶋崎達哉老師 創作木雕,在日本多摩美術大學雕塑系後,又到日本最高藝術學府—東京藝術大學研究所,在木雕保存修護專研古法木雕上色處理,從古代木雕研究找到現代木雕藝術家的一種創新手法,又兼顧作品能長期保存的處理技術。
藤田 嗣治(1886年11月27日–1968年1月29日),歸化法國後的洗禮名為倫納德•藤田•嗣治(Léonard Tsugouharu Foujita),是出生在日本東京都的畫家,雕刻家。時至今日,仍然是在法國最為著名的日本藝術家。藤田以貓和女人為主題的畫作見長,他將日本畫的技巧引入油畫,他所獨創的「乳白色之肌膚」的裸體畫像在西方藝術界廣受稱讚。藤田嗣治是巴黎派畫家的代表人物。
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2018.Taipei Art Expo Exhibition Plan--

In the 2018 Imavision Gallery exhibition planning theme“Scenemaking/Oremaking/Water Making”, to explore the face of drastic changes in the current human environment in different artists (covering Taiwan/Japan/China)—capitalized over-consumption and diversity of the visual spirit— Under the massive intrusion of the media, they come to present the artistic expressions that they desire in their hearts, such as rock paintings/water-brushed ink/paper/watercolor and oil paintings and wood carvings that use water as a carrier medium, and use different materials to create inner paintings.
Peng Wei Shin’s new Mineral paintings, traditional landscape paintings, were created to create natural minerals. He found these colored ores from the original ore as a place where nature is steep and dangerous, and he can freely build mountains and mountains according to his aesthetic tastes. The environment will break away from the ancients/faculty of the teacher and the law, presenting a new piece of rock painting.
Di Qing said before his ink painting work that every piece of his work is a story and has a plot. The sheer and witty person she described under her pen, seems to describe the emptiness and reality of life and dream. A little story about room, balance and connection. "What I want is a special kind of feeling that has my own personal characteristics, so that the audience can remember it at a glance, but I don't like to exaggerate too much. I try to keep my attitude to paint and bring myself to the audience. Pure warmth and touch.
Shoichi Okumura was a Chinese-Japanese hybrid. He was born in Beijing and grew up in Japan. The research institute went to the Central Academy of Fine Arts to study for a master's degree. His paintings are rich in colors. Just like strolling in Chinese gardens, the rockery bonsai is one after another. These things placed in the garden are like small holes in the Taohuayuan, and they can also be called small universes. These scenery will also disappear soon as the city changes. Okumura uses the color of the brush to create a modern peach blossom in his heart to remember the scenery.
Cao Xiaoyang teaches at the Chinese Academy of Fine Arts. He uses charcoal as a pen to get rid of the unique charm of ink and pipe. He dismisses the fascination of water and ink, and is closer to the things themselves. He lives in the mountains in the south of the Yangtze River. In this complex, the wood was burned with charcoal. This painting was born out of the body of the forest. At the moment, it leaped to the surface of the paper and shaped the mountains and rivers in the operation of the artist.
Ink is the most important thing in Wu Yeou Xing. It is important to bring classical art into the contemporary era and transform the traditional landscape painting and ink stacking and cognition into character paintings that lie between real and virtual, ranging from themes to techniques and performances. And innovate the visual limits of contemporary ink painting.
Lin Ching Che's watercolor works have a distinct dual character: in the real world, there is a bit of alienation in silence. Lin Ching Che's sense of loneliness comes from the deliberately constructed urban context on the screen: he is adept at infiltrating the occasional scenes of casual in modern life, and is constantly being carried out through the “dialogue between man and city”. Each "dialogue" module, under the careful consideration of the effects of the rain, decided to paint the mood.
The realist painter paints the landscape around his life and reflects the scenes of his time for later generations. Li Chang Kuo believes that some things cannot be represented by photographic techniques. Realism has its significance value and hopes to reproduce this spirit in Taiwan. Communicated to the younger generation. Hyperrealism attaches great importance to the expression of atmosphere and light, and presents the current situation. It conveys the artist's inner heartfelt affection, which can be seen in Li Chang Kuo's paintings.
Lin Chi Hang discussed the environmental issues of recycling of resources by squashing the styling of cola cans. This year saw the issue of environmental protection after socialism is over-consumed under capitalism..... The new works are shaped like “mountains” and are also like "Slipper" also wants early agricultural society to cook stove
From the time of the Japanese colonial era, in order to build huge forest resources on the hilltops and open up mountains, a large number of precious forests have disappeared. To this day, it is as easy as taking a kitchen in your home. Taiwan has recently been “crazy camping”. The upsurge is also the beginning of another disaster for the mountains. When the broken landscape, it can breathe.
The Japanese woodcarver, Shimazaki Tatsuya, created wood carvings. After graduating from the Sculpture Department at Tama Art University in Japan, he went to the Tokyo Institute of the Arts, the highest art school in Japan. He worked in the conservation of wooden sculptures and studied ancient wood carvings, and studied the ancient wood carvings. Finding an innovative technique of modern wood carving artists, and taking into account the processing techniques that can be preserved for a long time.
Léonard Tsuguharu Foujita (藤田 嗣治 Fujita Tsuguharu, November 27, 1886 – January 29, 1968) was a Japanese–French painter and printmaker born in Tokyo, Japan, who applied Japanese ink techniques to Western style paintings. He has been called "the most important Japanese artist working in the West during the 20th century".[1] His Book of Cats, published in New York by Covici Friede, 1930, with 20 etched plate drawings by Foujita, is one of the top 500 (in price) rare books ever sold, and is ranked by rare book dealers as "the most popular and desirable book on cats ever published