GIN HUANG Gallery is going to exhibit in booth 838, bringing the audience more different forms of trendy art, including Dutch artist Loes van Delft, Polish artist Igor Dobrowolski, German artist Van Ray, Japanese artist KINJO and Hideki Iinuma. Many plentiful artworks will debut at WHAAAAAT’S 2021. Welcome to booth 838 and find out!
GIN HUANG Gallery is happy to invite German artist Van Ray’s work to be exhibited in Taiwan, which is his very first solo exhibition “Van Ray Solo Show” in Asia. The artist uses antiques from the early 19th to 20th centuries as a base for creation, and uses the concept of time and history to combine with contemporary images.
In the midsummer of 2020, GIN HUANG Gallery Taichung Space is pleased to present the "MR+" private collection. The "MR+" private collection is from British artist George Morton-Clark, Spanish artist Javier Calleja, Japanese artist Tomokazu Matsuyama, Izumi Kato, and Sou Hirose. Male is respectfully called ”Mr.” in English. Nowadays, the style in contemporary art is constantly changing. Six male artists, who from the East and the West with completely different cultural backgrounds and ages, derive different styles such as rough and handsome, gorgeous and rich, colorful and interesting.
Igor Dobrowolski was born in Jelenia Góra, Poland. Dobrowolski’s work has been exhibited in Miami, Warsaw, Wroclaw, Berlin, Rzeszów and London and can be found in the private collections of numerous celebrities including Channing Tatum, Gigi Hadid, and Nicole Scherzinger. In recent years, artists have actively cooperated with different fields. Besides the fashion industry, Dobrowolski collaborated with internationally recognized band 5 Seconds of Summer for a live painting masterclass. In 2020, the artist held the first Asian solo exhibition at GIN HUANG Gallery, which has received great response and support. In 2021, Igor Dobrowolski will once again hold an solo exhibition at the GIN HUANG Gallery Taichung Space.
Van Ray's work reflect a fusion of street art, pop art and contemporary art - retaining the basic elements of his distinctive artistic style without loosing sight of his intended social criticism. His recent work makes use of various techniques, such as aerosol paint, acrylic paint, collage and decollage, on iron sheets, acrylic glass, wooden slats or retro vending machines.
It’s an honor to announce GIN HUANG Gallery Taichung will having a grand opening on January 18, 2020! The first exhibition will show multiple international contemporary artists, including Japanese artist Yuichi Hirako, British artist George Morton-Clark, Taiwanese artists Lu Ying-Chang, and Chang Teng-Yuan. In the meantime, the heartening notice is our venue import an amazing piece "The Other Lanny" already collected by an abroad collector before our opening. The artwork was created by departed genius artist, Joyce Pensato. There are more wonderful works that will be displayed, the opportunity not to be missed.
KINJO uses street graffiti elements as basement, combines abstractionism, impressionism, light and shadow elements to create different series of works, such as "Eyes Shining in the Dark", "Colorful Snake" and "Oatmeal package". The fuzzy contour and childlike lines show the artist's avant-garde creative style.
Javier Calleja was born in Málaga, 1971 and completed bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts, Granada University in 2000. Before he completed his artistic training at the age of 31 he was a gymnastics athlete training for the Olympics. Calleja's work seems to be a simple aesthetic, but he creates surprising and humorous art-pieces through ingenious changes in everyday events. In his paintings, drawings and sculptures he deploys the aesthetic conventions of cartoons and the illustrations of children’s books, in his search for simplicity and immediacy.
Yuichi Hirako, born in 1982 in Okayama Prefecture and now working primarily in Tokyo. “The relationship between plants and humans” is a major theme that Yuichi Hirako has been continuously exploring in his artwork. When the artist studied at Wimbledon College of Arts, University of the Arts London, he began to ruminate on his living experiences shaped by the environments of the parks in London and the primeval forests in his hometown-Okayama Prefecture, Japan. At the same time, he identified the difference between the ways the East and the West “connect with nature”.
Yoshitoshi Kanemaki, a Japanese contemporary artist, was born in Chiba Prefecture and Graduated from The Department of Sculpture, Tama Art University, Tokyo. Kanemaki's works are mainly based on wood carving. He has superb craftsmanship using the technology "ichiboku-zukuri" to form logs into a one-piece sculpture. The surreal style of the work is strangely cute and the sense of difference strongly highlights the personal characteristics.
Joyce Pensato who was born in Brooklyn, New York, the USA where she continues to live and work. Her paints exuberant, explosive large-scale likenesses of cartoon characters and comic-book heroes. Her seemingly frenzied technique – actually involving the deliberate accretion of successive layers of bold linear gestures, rapid spattering, and frequent erasures – results in alternately humorous and sinister imagery. While her prima facie subject matter ranges from Batman, The Simpsons and MickeyMouse to Felix the Cat and Elmo from Sesame Street.
Izumi Kato was born in 1969, in Shimane, Japan. He graduated from the Department of Oil Painting at Musashino University in 1992. He now lives and works between Tokyo and Hong Kong. Since 2000’s, Kato has garnered attention as an innovative artist through exhibitions held in Japan and across the world. In 2007, he was invited to the 52nd Venice Biennale International Exhibition, curated by Robert Storr.
CHANG, TENG-YUAN, an artist, was born in Kaohsiung. Now, he is residing in Taipei, where he carries out his artistic creations. Since 2012, Chang has created a doomsday saga, with doomsday archeology as the concept. With fictional means, he uses paintings, animation spatial installations, and mixed media as the carriers of his thoughts. In his works, Chang fuses eastern and western elements of painting. Transforming them into signs, he re-constructs and creates new visual images with the fusion of the east and west.
George Morton-Clark is a British artist whose work often features the spirit of street art and pop imagery. Integrating the elements of both eastern and western fashion trends, George’s art has been a great hit in Art Basel across Europe and the US in recent years.
Gallery｜ GIN HUANG Gallery, Liang Gallery, Fish Art Center, DaGuan Gallery, Asia Art Center, Cloud Gallery, Double Square Gallery, Chini Gallery, O-Bank Art Gallery, Xue Xue Gallery