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Korean art: Collision of modernism and traditionalism

November 22, 2016

[fb_button] Kim Yunkyung’s sculpture “We are not two…” made of bronze and stainless steel combines the traditional Korean culture with modern Western culture. Using the analogy of clothes, the sculpture represents the traditional Korean jacket and [Read more…]

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Hong Kong: Waking up to co-existence

October 30, 2016

[fb_button] Raymond Pang presented two art pieces for this exhibition: Wake up! Elated. – Copper, Paint, Ceramics, WoodAfter the transfer of sovereignty back to China, Hong Kong’s stagnant economy has woken up and grew despite [Read more…]

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Hong Kong: Bonding on invisible clouds

October 30, 2016

[fb_button] Mak Yee Man‘s two sculputures address her deep connection with Hong Kong and its people. Bonding, ceramic and copper Her art work “Bonding” which is a copper ring surrounded by two separate ceramic pieces. [Read more…]

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Taiwan: precious rice fields and countrysides

October 28, 2016

[fb_button] Wu Peishan interpreted the subtheme “Born in Taiwan” with two art pieces reflecting on the rice fields and countrysides of her home country Taiwan. Wu Peishan’s first piece for this exhibition is “What are [Read more…]

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Taiwan’s generation gap visually depicted

October 28, 2016

[fb_button] Under the subtheme “Born in Taiwan” Chen An’an explored the meaning of being Taiwanese and the expression of her identity.Her first exhibition piece “Dinner” is an interpretation of her experience with her grandmother. The [Read more…]

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South Korea: Universal love?

October 23, 2016

[fb_button] Yang Younghoe‘s first art piece “Love” incorporates two Kohler faucets in the metal object and somewhat holding it together with urethane paint. In her view this represents Korea’s power combining economic growth and love for [Read more…]

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China: Freedom between people

August 28, 2016

[fb_button] Tu Feng‘s ceramic sculptures for the Bold. Art. exhibition speak of people, life and their interactions. Freedom, Ceramics Tu Feng interprets the exhibition topic through his artistic language. The semi-abstract art piece of burnt [Read more…]

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The Art from Indonesia

June 9, 2015

[fb_button] Through art, Dr. Ahadiat Joedawinata takes a closer look to water – one of the most essential elements on earth for all living beings. 1.) The Process 2 With this artwork, I aim to [Read more…]

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The Art from Vietnam

June 9, 2015

[fb_button] Nguyen Ngoc Lam’s sculptures are inspired by the region’s wet rice cultivation. 1.) The Seeds Brass treated through high temperature burning is poured into a mixed clay and chaff mold. Using the technique of [Read more…]

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The Art from Singapore

June 9, 2015

[fb_button] Thomas Cheong reflects the reality of Singapore and Asia as the so-called advanced technological region. 1.) Time Artifacts The traces of the human touch are diminishing with the emergence of yet another new invention. [Read more…]

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The Art from the Philippines

June 9, 2015

[fb_button] Hadrian Mendoza tackles the environmental issues and the conflict of his belief. 1.) Time As time runs out, we must make drastic changes to save the environment.  The damage on the heads represents the [Read more…]

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