• Cho, Hui-Chin: Taku Kiseri

    Oct 19 - Nov 30, 2019

    Cho Hui-Chin, a 25-year-old artist from a new generation, finished her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at the University College London Slade School of Fine Art with first-class honours on the Dean's List in 2018. Following her graduation, she had year-long residencies at several Japanese art institutions, including 3331 Arts Chiyoda in Tokyo, Arts Itoya in Kyushu, Studio Kura in Fukuoka and more. Since September this year, she has been attending Royal College of Art, the top art university of England, to obtain her Master of Art degree in Painting. Cho distinguished herself by winning an array of honours and awards, as exemplified by the Ljubljana Art Prize in 2019 and The US Hopper Prize Finalist and MANIFEST International Painting Annual Finalist in 2018. Her works are well recognized by international art institutions, heralding bright prospects for her artistic career.
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  • Immersion and Spreading - Duet Exhibition of Liu Quinhe and Chen Shuxia

    May 11 - Jun 23, 2019

    Immersion and Spreading consists of two parts. For immersion, it means that when ink is immersed into the fiber of paper, that piece of paper becomes a vessel for inclusiveness and tolerance, where the released emotions find reasons in the sense of rituality. Spreading, on the other hand, is a totally different sensation. From a state without borders to actively restricting shapes, it all represents the boundary of thought and the unboundedness of the field of thinking. Whether immersion or spreading, and no matter what they express respectively, they are both pursuing an eternal theme within a certain length of time. In here, while the picture may be a snapshot of a instant, it is also a proof of multiple thinking. The direction shown by the picture may allow different imaginations and spaces for different viewers. It’s not a deliberate creation, but a natural expression after a subconscious comprehension of one’s inner senses and touches.
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