It features more than three hundred photos of murals taken by the noted photographer Wu Pu-ao over the three decades.
The introduction of these prints of classic works reduce the distance between the master and the public, who are able to visit the exhibition, see the album, and buy it. Works are presented in the F4 Exhibition Hall, and lasts until May 26, 2013.
Chen describes the work as a ‘yellow journey’. They explore fragments of the ego and the blurry relationships that connect together these pieces to reveal a path that this Chen Zhou (who isn’t Chen Zhou) is about to embark on.
Through the juxtaposition of the black, white and gray exhibition spaces, it focuses on the display of the creations, the thinking and the judging during this stage, at the same time, meaning that his creation is in the process of experimental exploration, and is always in a status of “roaming” and “boundless”.
It reflecting the unique understanding and interpretation of life by fifteen artists with installation, video, new media, performance, etc.
In these exhibitions, Liu Jinghong and Fan Xuqi feature their paintings of different styles, but it is obvious that they both promote the regression and thinking of tradition, trying to go back to nature through self reflection.
It has brought together over forty pieces of work by the artist who created under the motif of “Mourning” since his “Mourning: the Memories of 2008” by focusing on the instant image of delicate life...
This is a collective depiction and multi-dimensional visual documentary of the specific living conditions of the common people...
It's a panoramic display of Han’s design over the years, his unique ideas and insights into art, as a designer, reflecting the growth trajectory and development of the Chinese design industry.