文 盧俊棋 英國倫敦藝術大學 - 創意產業管理碩士
展期:2014/03/01 - 2014/05/30
The recurring focal point in Walasse Ting's paintings from the late 1970s is the interaction between the woman and the flowers. Ting's late motif universe is easily recognisable, magical, almost. It is inspired by the beautiful women of his childhood in Shanghai, flowers and parrots, motifs which are all seen as symbols of female beauty. The women are often naked, the space indefinable, and the flowers fill the canvas with their abundant bloom. All of this in an attempt to show the delicacy of the woman, the beauty of life and the senses at play on the canvas. The palette is exclusively acrylics, but processed in so fragile and light a way that the eye might be tempted to believe that it is bright and pretty colour in places. It is a clear example of the artist's love of women and their beauty. The woman is surrounded by flowers and the beholder is left in a dream universe in which the beauty of the woman overwhelms the surrounding space. The spray skill is his unique style, but traces of the American abstract expressionists cannot be denied. We will provide an analysis of the latest market dynamics and recommend Western and Chinese modern artist and works on which to keep an eye.
Date:2014/03/01 - 2014/05/30
Venue: Serendipity Art Gallery
Address: No.503,Sec.2,Guangfu Rd.,Hsinchu city 30071 Taiwan