Qi Yu, No.010-01, 100X100cm, Ceramic on canvas, 2010

Qi Yu, No.010-01, 100X100cm, Ceramic on canvas, 2010

Galerie du Monde is pleased to present Inkchronicity, a curated exhibition of conceptual ink paintings by Li Hao, C.N.Liew, Zhong Yueying and ceramic paintings by Qi Yu. It will be staged from January 8 to March 10, 2015.

Li Hao was born in 1982, and graduated from the Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing. In 2012, His work “The Transformation about 798” was selected to be shown in The Second Modeling Art Exhibition of New Artists at the National Art Museum of China; in the same year, another of his works, “Get Lost”, was included in The Fifth Beijing International Art Biennale at the National Art Museum of China. His works have been exhibited extensively in China over the past few years and were shown at Art Taipei in November of this year. Li Hao’s creation changed significantly this year. No longer limited to figurative work, he is doing abstract imagery such as with the series “Guixiang” and “Moxiang”. With his works inspiring the new idea of “ink”, he breaks the rules of traditional ink printing and elevates it to the spiritual level. Li Hao uses his abstract language to paint freely and challenges the adventitious nature of ink. It seems that Li Hao paints inadvertently, but actually every painting is designed carefully. Li Hao oriented the contemporary concept but uses abstraction to create a perfect combination of human emotion and prudence. As a new generation of ink artists, Li Hao changes the traditional way of appreciation and brings ink painting to a unique realm. This realm includes the social responsibility of the new generation of contemporary ink artists, and it reflects a young artist’s passion for art and his concern of humanities.

Li Hao, Guaxiang No.18, 170cm x 45cm × 6, Mixed media on Xuan paper, 2014

Li Hao, Guaxiang No.18, 170cm x 45cm × 6, Mixed media on Xuan paper, 2014

C.N. Liew is a Malaysian Chinese painter and calligrapher based in Hong Kong. He was the first and only Malaysian artist to be featured in Hong Kong Basel 2011 and Fine Art Asia 2013. His works has been featured as the cover art for the 2013 25th Asia Brand Excellence Award in Hong Kong hosted by Yazhou Zhoukan. He is the protégé of Zen artist Bo Yuan and Tan Swie Hian, Member-Correspondent of the Académie des Beaux-Arts of France. His works have garnered him numerous awards and luminaries around the globe are collectors of his works.

Zhong Yueying, Years; 55x34'', ink color on Xuan paper, 2013

Zhong Yueying, Years; 55×34”, ink color on Xuan paper, 2013

Zhong Yueying 1960 Born in Heilongjiang Province, China He received his B.A and MFA from Luxun Academy of Fine Arts in China. His painting received the Special Oversea Grand Prize at the Asian International Ink and Brush Painting Exhibition in Tokyo, Japan in 1993. He has solo exhibitions in Fuontbound University, William Wood University, Stephen College, University of Missouri, Saint Louis University Museum of Art, and Missouri State Museum in USA. In China, he has held his exhibitions in Art Museum of Luxun Academy of Fine Arts, Tsinghua University Art Museum, Shenyang University Museum of Arts and Zhongbai Art Museum.

About the exhibition

Duration: 8 Jan – 10 Mar 2015

Venue: Galerie du Monde

Opening Reception: 8 Jan 2015 Thu 18:00-20:30

Gallery Opening Hours: 10:00-19:00 Mon-Sat (Closed on Sundays & public holidays.)

Tel: 852-25250529

Add: 108 Ruttonjee Centre, 11 Duddell Street, Central, Hong Kong

Courtesy of the artists and Galerie du Monde, for further information please visit www.galeriedumonde.com.

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