Drawing from his architectural training, Hsi created a perfect interpretation of the ruins of the Roman Colosseum. The work, Circus Maximus, is a compilation of geometric spatial models that feature angular and shiny surfaces.
According to Kuo, her metal sculptures resemble a world to get away from the hustle and bustle that is full of complicated interpersonal relationships. Known for consistent simplicity, Kuo’s works are created through the process that “is similar to writing a poem where precision and concision are required.”
The main art languages and means of expression of Mr. Liang is line. The installations and sculptures are just the extension of his paintings. The most powerful art is his line drawing.
Lei Yunrui is pious and revered with art, strict and dissatisfied with himself, making a new breakthrough in this “Paradise” series show.
This exhibition revolves around a grouping of major new paintings, sculptures, and videos which refer back to his fifteen years of mature output while also opening up interpretive pathways for works yet to come.
Hu Qingyan experiments with form, medium and representation but at the same time his works are symbolically charged beyond their concept and production process.
Shi Qing increasingly turns towards experimentation as the means of production, as well as research into the issues surrounding the creation of social spaces. He has developed a modus operandi whereby each exhibition is treated as a site-specific project, determined by a new set of conditions.
In the world that strives to make things bigger and more complex, Leo Gallery takes the courage to move in the opposite direction, showcasing small, delicate and ornate masterpieces covering various art genres...
By emerging from the art academy into the public space, these young artists have opportunities for development in the larger world.