2020.03.15 ~ 2020.04.26
Face of The Spring No.20
 
2020.01.04 ~ 2020.02.16
Owing to My Paranoia
 
2019.10.19 ~ 2019.12.08
Salon of an Art Collector
 
2019.08.27 ~ 2019.09.29

Visual Tricks


 
2019.05.18 ~ 2019.06.30

Wu Hao Retrospective Exhibition - Never Say Goodbye


 
2019.05.30 ~ 2019.06.02

2109 Art Busan


 
2019.03.09 ~ 2019.04.27

Flowery Spring


 
2019.03.26 ~ 2019.03.31

2019 HK Art Central -
The Mystery of Time


 
2018.12.08 ~ 2019.02.24

Kim Tae Ho -
Aesthetics of Lining


 
2018.09.15 ~ 2018.10.21
Cynthia Ma -
Dancing Divas of Taiwan

 
2018.04.14 ~ 2018.05.31
Dream Blossom
 
2018.03.26 ~ 2018.04.01

Yayoi Kusama V.S. Choe U-Ram 2018 HK Art Central

 
 
2017.10.26 ~ 2017.12.10

Ala Aureus

 
 
2017.07.28 ~ 2017.09.24

Nothing But Happy

 
 
2017.06.03 ~ 2017.09.03

Choe U-ram - [stil laif] in NTMOFA
Official website

 
 
2017.05.01 ~ 2017.07.09

What You Will

 
 
2016.12.17 ~ 2017.3.12

Kim Tschang Yeul -
God's Tear Drop

 
 
2016.11.11 ~ 11.15

2016 Art Taipei -
MERRY-GO-ROUND

 
 
2016.09.03 ~ 10.23

Future in the Past

 
 
2016.05.21 ~ 07.19

Three Travelers Three Epics

 
 
2016.03.12 ~ 04.30

Look Up Rose from the Sky

 
 
2015.12.19 ~ 2016.01.24

New Light Catch your Eye

 
 
2015.10.24 ~ 11.29

Nishizawa Chiharu ‧ Wonderland

 
 
2015.09.12 ~ 10.11

Post-objectivity

 
 
2015.07.11 ~ 08.10

Absolute Intuition

 
 
2015.05.02 ~ 06.28

Change ‧ I Change

 
 
2015.01.17 ~ 03.29

Ye Yongqing ‧ Grand Sight to the Tropic of Cancer

 
 
2014.11.15 ~ 12.20

Wang Pan Youn ‧
The Sun Never Sets

 
 
2014.09.20 ~ 10.31

Montage!

 
 
2014.06.21 ~ 07.30

Is it paper?

 
 
2014.04.19 ~ 05.18
Jang Tarng Kuh ‧ Roadside Theater  
 
2013.11.08 ~ 11.11
2013 Art Taipei - Glorious Encounter  
 
2013.06.08 ~ 07.07
Magic Hour  
 
2013.04.20 ~ 05.26
The Invisible Medium  
 
2013.03.02 ~ 03.31
Start from Zero Part2 ‧
Small with infinitely large
 
 
2012.12.01 ~ 2013.01.06
Dialogs ‧
Korean Contemporary Arts
 
 
2012.09.15 ~ 10.28
Yayoi Kusama ‧ Infinity Dots  
 
2012.06.09 ~ 07.15
Confused, not Confused  
 
2012.04.21 ~ 05.20
Shinatro Miyake ‧
A COMMONPLACE TALE
 
 
2011.09.17 ~ 10.23
A Fable of Japanese Contemporary ‧ Ten Sols  
 
2011.03.05 ~ 04.05
Ye Yongqing ‧
Beyond the Bird
 
 
2010.10.09 ~ 11.20
International Contemporary Art - Absolute Glory  
 
2010.09.11 ~ 10.03
Wu Hao ‧ Blooming  
 
2010.06.19 ~ 06.30
Zhang Qikai ‧
Mr. Panda's Wonderland
 
 
2010.05.08 ~ 05.30
Nishizawa Chiharu ‧
Where are you from?
 
 
2010.03.20 ~ 04.18
Eddie Kang's Life Play  
 
2010.01.16 ~ 02.07
Kwon Ki-soo's New Xanadu ‧
Are you waiting for me?
 
 
2009.11.07 ~ 11.29
Yoshitaka Amano ‧
Flying to DEVALOKA
 
 
2009.09.12 ~ 10.04
Yang Na&Mu Lei ‧
The Fable of Fairy Tale
 
 
2009.03.14 ~ 04.08
Jang TarngKuh's Solo ‧
The Day I Saw Past and Future Sceneries Playing
 
 
2008.12.13 ~ 2009.01.04
Being or not Being ‧ Lee Lee Nam's Image Mythology  
 
2008.09.13 ~ 10.05
Ah Leon ‧ The Memory of the Elementary School  
 
2008.07.13 ~ 08.05
Kwon Ki Soo ‧
Who's Dongguri?
 
 
2008.05.17 ~ 06.08
Eddie Kang ‧ i am a bear  
 
2008.03.29 ~ 04.22
Tuly Hero  
 
2008.01.05 ~ 01.27
Super - Animamix  
 
2007.10.20 ~ 11.08
3L4D of Ultra-new Vision of 21st Century Animamix  
 
 
 

 

 

 



 
 

 

“The bird fights its way out of the egg. The egg is the world. Who would be born must first destroy a world.”
----Demian, Hermann Hesse

From a micro perspective, everyone's present comes from the destruction of the past, especially for artist. They have resistance and feedback to the current status, which become the cornerstone of creation. The present will become the past in next second. We think about the course of the past, disassemble it, comprehend it, and acquire clues to the future from it; from deconstructing the past, we can obtain a blueprint for constructing the future.

The various experiences of the growth process are the nutrients that nourish the artist's unique style, and provide a path to discover the past. Kwon Ki-Soo’s “Dongguri” came from the artist’s experience of the Korean economic depression during the growth process. In order to sweep away the haze of the past, he created Dongguri with a smile on his face, hoping to heal himself and everyone. Chiharu Nishizawa recalled his childhood memories. He used toys and amusement park as a source of inspiration. He looked at the place where children play, with adult eyes. Such as "Merry-Go-Round", it seems that as we grow older, we no more see things with naive eyes like a child.

Chen Jing Liang brought the memories of primary school desks and chairs into his creation. He used ceramics as a medium to create wooden desks and chairs, transforming familiar things into unexpected sensory experiences, and reconstructing memories of the childhood. Give it a new touch. Liao Yu'an is good at observing the life of contemporary society and transforming people into deformed animals, which looks grotesque and implied meanings. Especially for issues such as environmental protection, ideology, etc., were being displayed in a black humor and cartoon way. Apart from fable, it is undoubtedly reveal an expectation of a better future.

For doubting current situation, some artists have focused on popular culture. In the past, pop culture might seem to be kitsch for art. Artists observed this, they took advantage of the commonality of popular culture, translated it into a symbol of a specific culture. Eddie Kang used video game as elements to his creation. "Life is Like an Intense Game" provided in dazzling colors to highlight the meaning of life as a game. In Kim Dong Yoo’s work, faces made up of mosaics, they were Marilyn Monroe and Kennedy, build up each other's appearance, and will stay in the golden age of life forever.

Every moment becomes the past in the next moment, and the artist has their own struggles and imaginations about those deceased facts. The creation of the artists is like deconstructing past experience from the future; and all kinds of things in the past have also been constantly pondered, refined, and removed through the test of time. After that, we'll arrive a better future.
 


Tao Wen-Yueh / The Ladder of Mood I / 30x30cm / 2001 / Oil on canvas



Tao Wen-Yueh / The Ladder of Mood II / 30x30cm / 2001 / Oil on canvas

 

Gary Baseman / The Goo, The Bad, The Ugly / 66x116 cm / 2007 / Acrylic on wood panel

   
 

Eddie Kang / Karma / 60cm / 2009 Edition1/3 / FRP, steel

   
 

Eddie Kang / Life is like an intense game II  / 50x50cm / 2010 / Digital print  

   
 

Eddie Kang /  Reflection 1 / 72.5x116.5cm / 2008 / Acrylic, ink on Canvas

   
 

Shintaro Miyake /  By The Way /  109.5x50cm /   2010 /   Color pencil, acrylic on Cardboard

   
 

Yoshitaka Amano / Monochrolme S-5 / 41 x 27.5cm / 2009 / Acrylic on canvas

   
 

Nishizawa Chiharu / Merry Go Round / 72x130cm  2013 / Acrylic on Canvas

   
 

Kwon Ki soo / Floral Melody-blue / 117x73cm / 2008 / Acrylic on canvas

   
 

Kim Don Yoo / Monroe v.s Kennedy / 116.7x182cm / 2007 / Oil on Canvas
   
 

Kwon Ki soo / Flying-2 / 194x130cm / 2008 / Acrylic on board

   
 

Jason Chi / Untitled / 30.5x23cm / 2014 / Oil on Board, Gold and Silver Foil

   
   
 

Keng  Hao-Kang / Geometric Composition Drawings Ladder / 22x27cm /  2012 / Acrylic on Canvas

   
 

Gold Insecta Lamp /
15(w) x 15(d) x 29(h)cm  / 2013 23/50 / stainless steel with 24k gold plated, machinery, magnet, electronic device (CPU board, motor, LED)

   
 

Jang Tarng Kuh / Meeting the Flower / 45x27.5cm / 2004 / Oil on canvas

   
 

Yang Mao-Lin / Trusty Steed of Knave / 19x27x30cm / 2012  1/18 / Stainless steel with titanium coating / gold foil

   
 

Liao Yu An / A cat have left over right / 25x25cm / 2020 / Acrylic on canvas

   
 

Liao Yu An / Running Bogle / 100x50cm / 2017 / Acrylic on canvas

   
 

Liao Yu An / I can't see / 122x97cm / 2007 / Acrylic on canvas

   
 

Hsiao Chu Fang / I'm here / 38x45.5cm / 2012 / Acrylic on canvas

   
   
 

Kwon Ki-soo / A flower garden / 123(h)x130x30cm / 2008 / Steel and plexiglass painted with acrylic and urethane

 



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