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Chang Mei-yu (Happy New Year)
Chang Mei-yu (Happy New Year)
Chan Cheng-chi (Convergence)
Chan Cheng-chi (Convergence)
Crazy Idol Theater
Crazy Idol Theater
Du Chung-hau (Rain Listening)
Du Chung-hau (Rain Listening)
Du Zhong-gao “Breaking out of the Cocoon”
Du Zhong-gao “Breaking out of the Cocoon”
When it is Chinese New year, the market will be spread out with glittering golden and shining red auspicious decors, so that even kids will be attracted, which should put on such wonderful scene of happy and merry Chinese New Year (social context -- humanity image -- Water-ink Creation Exhibition by Chang Mei-yu will be displayed at De-ming Gallery from now to 25th December)
As one looks down Iguaçu Waterfall,  centrifugal and automatic brush-up is used to work with flowing colors, so that dynamic contour which is supposedly to spread outward is brought back to the center of painting so that it converges. (Arts Collection of Grand View -- 2018 On-job Graduate Master Class of Joint Graduate Students Exhibition, National Taiwan University of Arts held at Yat-sen Gallery from 22nd December to 2nd January, 2018)
It describes a producer of well-noted idol-soaper, who has accidentally bumped into "idol-soaper world" in the real world, and how he could have broken loose the unchangeable rule of idol-soaper world?Please do come to watch the show from 22nd to 24th December!
The work is based on bone and shell inscriptions as theme for profiling. Of its left half, it stresses the power of dripping rain, it has, then, spray and sprinkle ink-dot on the painting so as to emphasize the visual image. (Coagulation with Refine and Hallucination Change -- Calligraphy and Painting Exhibition by Du Chung-hau at 70, Chungshan National Gallery
This work was written on two overlapping pieces of rice paper. After taking away the upper paper, you will suddenly discover another interesting world on the bottom paper, cut in the shape of the seal. (Concision and Transformation—Calligraphy Exhibition for Du Zhong-gao’s 70th Birthday, displayed November 11-December 20 at the Chungshan National Gallery)