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大觀藝術空間:【嶺南】石允文教授收藏書畫精品展

  • 展期:2018-11-17 ~ 2018-12-16
  • 地點:大觀藝術空間:台北市中山區敬業二路69巷16號1樓
  • 參展藝術家:宋光寶,居巢,居廉,溫其球,李瑤屏,高劍父,趙浩,陳樹人,盧振寰,簡經綸,高奇峰,鄧芬,李研山,黃君璧,方人定,趙少昂,黃幻吾,黎雄才,張韶石,呂壽琨
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嶺南-石允文教授收藏書畫精品展

大觀藝術空間歷來以每年秋季石允文教授收藏的書畫精品為年度鉅展,石教授作為一名成功的企業經營者,同時也是中國書畫首屈一指的收藏家。水墨藝術為石允文教授持之以恒的志業和興趣,石教授並藉定期展示中國近現代繪畫藏品、舉辦免費教育推廣活動等方式回饋社會。此次展覽將以「嶺南」為題,邀請石允文教授與中研院近史所賴毓芝研究員、故宮博物院書畫處陳韻如研究員進行座談,盼在作品基礎上,促使外界對於嶺南畫壇能有更進一步的認識。

一九一一年,辛亥革命爆發。除了政治面向上的大變化,在美術界上,亦是一個新的篇章開啟。此時期由地處偏南的嶺南地區發聲。早期發展則可追溯到居巢、居廉二人,培育出當時嶺南地區八成的藝術人才。「嶺南畫派」中最為人知的便是並稱「二高一陳」的高劍父、高奇峰及陳樹人,皆與居廉有密切的師承關係。

辛亥革命成功後,高劍父創立春睡畫院,以在日本接受到的「融會西法」為主軸,提倡「折衷中西,融會古今」的新中國畫理念。與此同時,支持傳統中國畫的畫家們亦籌組「癸亥合作畫社」,雙方展開一系列的論辯。

嶺南畫派與國畫研究會的爭論,由對國畫發展的批評,延伸至對於傳統文人畫的認識、繪畫的寫生、中西繪畫與日本畫等諸多面向,時達兩年之久。但實際上雙方所爭辯、擁護的觀點及言論,至一九三、四○年代仍論戰不休。他們對於現代國畫應走向何方的看法,持續影響了現代美術的發展至今。

「嶺南」將在107年11月17日於大觀藝術空間隆重開幕,展覽時間至107年12月16日止。展覽帶領觀者重回廿世紀初的藝壇,審視歷史文化飄搖中的時代背景中,嶺南地區藝術家如何形塑出自身的風格特色。此時期書畫界內外動盪,對於創作的意識亦現紛歧,或革新筆墨技法、或取法西洋畫派、或援引日式風格、或傳承國畫理念。本展將呈現眾多書畫家的精品之作,揭開「嶺南」畫壇的多元面貌。大觀敬邀諸位嘉賓共同參與此次近現代畫壇的藝術盛會。

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嶺南-石允文教授收藏書畫精品展
展期|2018.11.17- 12.16
開幕座談|11.17(六) 14:00-16:00
與會嘉賓|石允文教授、中研院近史所賴毓芝研究員、故宮博物院書畫處陳韻如研究員

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大觀藝術空間
開放時間|週二至週日(週一公休) 10:30-18:30
地址|台北市中山區敬業二路69巷16號1樓
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
Facebook|https://www.facebook.com/DaGuanGallery/


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Lingnan – Works from the Collection of Professor Shih Yun-Wen
Daguan Gallery is proud to present the annual exhibition of works from Professor Shi Yun-Wen’s extensive private collection. As a successful entrepreneur and renowned collector of modern Chinese paintings and calligraphy, Professor Shi is also a keen educator who regularly shares his collection with the public and hosts academic talks that are open to all. With “Lingnan” as the title to this year’s exhibition, we have invited Professor Shi Yun-Wen, Dr Lai Yu-Chih, Associate Research Fellow in the Institute of Modern History in Academia Sinica, and Dr Chen Yunru, Faculty Member of the Department of Painting and Calligraphy in the National Palace Museum, to discuss the art of the Lingnan School.

The Xinhai Revolution of 1911 not only shook the Chinese politics but also stirred the artistic world. The rise of the Lingnan School in the south can be traced to the brothers Ju Chao and Ju Lian, who were the leading figures of the artistic movement. The best known “Two Gaos and One Chen” refer to the most significant artists Gao Jianfu, Gao Qifeng and Chen Shuren.

Gao Jianfu founded the Spring Awakening Art Academy after the success of the Xinhai Revolution. Gao promoted taking “realism derived from Western art” which he had learnt during his studies in Japan, and encouraged fellow artists to “combine the best from the East and West as well as the Past and Present”. On the other hand, those traditionalists established the “Guihai Painting Cooperative” in opposition of Gao’s new theories.

The debates between the Lingnan School and the Chinese Painting Association based on various topics such as the criticism on the development of Chinese paintings, the understanding of traditional literati paintings, painting in plein air, and the relationship between Chinese, Western and Japanese art, and the discussions lasted as long as two years. In fact, such disagreements were still discussed in the 1930s and 1940s, and had a lasting impact on the development of modern art in China.

“Lingnan” will be unveiled to the public on Saturday 17th November 2018 in Daguan Gallery and will run until Sunday 16th December 2018. The exhibition surrounds the Lingnan School, bringing the audience back to the artistic world of the early 20th century, exploring how the Lingnan School artists built their unique style during an unstable period in Chinese history. This changeable era sees the introduction of Western and Japanese artistic merits, merging with traditional Chinese aesthetics.

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Lingnan – Works from the Collection of Professor Shih Yun-Wen
Exhibition Duration | 17th November – 16th December 2018
VIP Preview | 16th November 2018
Talk | 17th November 2018, 14.00-16.00
Speakers | Professor Shi Yun-Wen, Dr Lai Yu-Chih, Associate Research Fellow in the Institute of Modern History in Academia Sinica, and Dr Chen Yunru, Faculty Member of the Department of Painting and Calligraphy in the National Palace Museum

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Daguan Gallery
Opening Hours | Tue-Sun (closed on Mon) 10.30 – 18.30
Address | 16, Lane 69, Jingyeh 2nd Road, Taipei
MRT | Jiannan Road Station Exit 2 (Mingshui Road), go straight on to Jingyeh 2nd Road then turn right on Lane 69
Phone | (02)8501-5677
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