展位B02 | 索卡艺术即将参加2020 台北当代艺术博览会

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台北南港展览馆1馆4楼丨Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1 (4thFloor)
台北市南港区经贸路二段1号丨No. 1, Jingmao 2nd Road, Nangang District, Taipei City

2020 Taipei Dangdai: Soka Art continues its focus on the latest art in Asia

索卡艺术将于2020年开春之际,参与台北当代艺术博览会(Taipei DangDai)。今年索卡强力推荐当今深具影响力的五位亚洲艺术家,推出洪凌、毛旭辉、赵梦、张英楠与池田光弘联展,以不同文化背景的艺术共同参与这场艺术盛会,开启一场亚洲艺术的精彩交流。

At the start of 2020, Soka Art will be participating in Taipei Dangdai. This year, Soka has been strongly recommending five prevailing influential Asian artists. The launch of a joint exhibition for Hong Ling, Mao Xuhui, Zhao Meng, Zhang Yingnan, and Mitsuhiro Ikeda commences a wonderful exchange that congregates Asian art from different cultural backgrounds into an artistic celebration.


洪凌 Hong Ling
柔雨 Soft Rain
布面油画 Oil on Canvas
110x120cm, 2019

洪凌 — 创下许多华人艺术第一
Hong Ling — Making the “first”s of Chinese art


For more than four decades, Hong Ling has always considered landscapes as his neighbors and nature as his teacher for his art.  Taking in the great beauty of the skies, mountains, and rivers, he then transforms them into a conceptual landscape work. Hong is committed to integrating the artistic conception and free spirit of traditional Chinese ink and wash valued since the Song Dynasty into Western paintings. With a unique creative style, Hong reevaluates and deconstructs natural appearances from the perspective of painting, utilizing oil paint splashing points with the ink Cunfa method. In addition to fusing mountains and forests with a humanistic style, he still retains the unique whitespace and charm of Eastern ink and wash, which has established his unshakable position in the history of contemporary art. Not only was Hong was invited to participate in the Venice Biennale on behalf of Chinese artists in 1997 and 2011, he and Soka jointly made a pioneer move in Chinese art in 2015, launching a two-year personal world tour exhibition, touring important academic institutions across the UK and Ireland. His 2017 work, Symphony of Seasons, joined the permanent collection of the National Centre for the Performing Arts in China. In 2019, Hong was once again invited customize a large-scale work for the viewer entrance. Hong’s new works will also be on display at Taipei Dangdai. Stay tuned!


毛旭辉 Mao Xuhui
可以葬身之地·西双版纳的光 Buriable Ground-The Light of Xishuangbanna
布面丙烯 Acrylic on Canvas 
180x150cm, 2014-2019.06

毛旭辉 — 为灵魂造像的艺术家
Mao Xuhui — Artist who composes the soul


In addition to paving a new path for contemporary art in the 85 New Wave Movement, Mao Xuhui has also been constantly reflecting on various social issues caused by the changing times, re-converting his objects of depiction while presenting symbolic meaning. Mao’s works do not have the popular symbols of contemporary art. All his artistic vocabulary and colors are the reproduction of his personal life experiences and inner sentiments. From his well-known "Chair" and "Scissors" series, people can feel his intense emotional expressions as well as the spirit of the times, and reflect on the influence of Chinese social authority systems through symbolized objects. Following a large retrospective at the Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts in 2017, after three years Mao will simultaneously launch a solo exhibition called “My 2019” with Soka Art during Taipei Dangdai. Returning to portraits of the human body, starting from his most initial existence, he conveys the most sincere devotion and perception of life through the seemingly simple yet powerful human body. We invite you to come and enjoy Mao’s new work, leading you back to the beginning of life and the source of power.



赵梦 Zhao Meng
祥云图3 Propitious Cloud 3
陶瓷/宣纸/亚克力 Ceramics/Xuan Paper/Acrylic
100x100cm, 2018

赵梦 — 复兴传统开拓融合东西方的艺术
Zhao Meng — Reviving tradition & exploring the art of the mixture of East and West


Zhao Meng is a researcher at the Harvard Fairbank Center for East Asian Studies. He has been actively researching on the inheritance and development of Chinese traditional culture and art in the new era. Zhao graduated from the China Academy of Fine Arts in ceramics and is the first Chinese artist whose work to be permanently collected by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. In addition, his works have also been featured in the Rietberg Museum of Zürich in Switzerland, Cincinnati Art Museum in USA and the Contemporary Ceramic Museum of Seoul in Korea. His work has also gained recognition from the 53th International Ceramic Competition Faenza Italy. As a contemporary artist, Zhao Meng's artistic concept respects the traditional values of the East while also incorporates the nutrition from the West. By bridging the East and West, the tradition and the modernity, he sets up a unique form of artistic expression.



张英楠 Zhang Yingnan
白夜 White Night
布面油画 Oil on Canvas
97x130cm, 2019

张英楠 — 承载生命及社会观察的超现实空间艺术
Zhang Yingnan — Surreal spatial art of life embodiment and social observation


A post-80s artist from Beijing, Zhang Yingnan presents rational and restrained colors and composition, as well as intriguing philosophical thinking in his works, which is always filled with indescribable loneliness and tranquil poetic elements. Because of the mysterious ambience of his works, Zhang has achieved good sales in every solo exhibition and art fair! His works have also been collected by renowned collectors. Zhang’s surreal space expresses his psychological state of society: social alienation, aspiration and anxiety for the future, and nostalgia for his hometown. These are not only his own feelings, but the joint helplessness of the young people of this generation. Whenever memories of the past pop up, they are neatly arranged in the space he has constructed. Zhang’s painting world shows a strong sense of loss. Whether it is an empty factory building, a staggered building, or a space surrounded by French windows, they all emit a sense of loneliness and melancholy. He is like a director, depicting movie-like scenes, slowly guiding the viewers into his inner world, depicting the profound meanings of the works.


池田光弘 Mitsuhiro Ikeda
场·肖像-比利时3号 Portrait of Place-Belgium No.3
布面油画 Oil on Canvas
130.3x89.4cm, 2015

池田光弘 — 以绘画记录世代的精神风景
Mitsuhiro Ikeda — Painting the spiritual landscapes


Ikeda's work focuses on the relationship between environment, psychology, and philosophy. He received a bachelor's degree in philosophy from Hokkaido University and a master's degree from the Institute of Plastic Arts, Musashino Art University, Tokyo. He is currently a professor at Kyoto University of the Arts & Design. His works have been collected by UBS Art Bank, Toyota Motor, Tokyo Station and other organizations. Ikedais enthusiastic in studying the complex structure of traditional architecture. His works are mostly the forgotten corners that represent the societal and natural landscapes of different times. In 2014, he took a journey in Eastern Europe and Southeast Asia to experience the local culture and customs. During the journey, he encountered the homeless people from all over the world and thus realized that the world has poverty and weakness that he can't imagine. Ikeda's artistic creation derives from his experience of the external world, particularly the familiar objects seen on his ongoing journey, such as the abandoned old buildings, discarded products and scattered wood. The artist manages to rebuild a new field between the past and the present, on which his criticismand reflection on the contemporary consumerism society unfold.




In Taipei Dangdai, Soka Art continues to present exhibitions with systematic thinking. Whether it is a solo exhibition or a theme group exhibition, Soka believes in presenting ourselves on the international stage from the horizontal view of art history and looks forward to finding the original voice for Asia-Pacific art. This time, Soka Art introduces the concept of "social landscape” with its three sub-divisions: "reproducing landscape image", "reproducing landscape perspective" and "reproducing landscape field”, which can all be identified  in the works of artist Mao Xuhui: familiar object symbols, such as scissors, chairs, hangers, etc., to re-interpret the meaning of the language. As for Hong Ling and Zhao Meng, the two artists choose instead to explore the Western modern art basing on the traditional values of the East, creating an innovative balance in between. Facing the rapid information exchange of the today, Zhang Yingnan and Mitsuhiro Ikeda define their self-existence and knowledge of the world through the transformation of space.


洪凌 Hong Ling
幽雪 Faint Snow
布面油画 Oil on Canvas
170x190cm, 2019

毛旭辉 Mao Xuhui
背靠椅之梦 No.1 Dream of High-backed Chair No.1
布面丙烯 Acrylic on Canvas 
160x180cm, 2019

赵梦 Zhao Meng
雕塑1 Sculpture 1
陶瓷 Ceramics
41(H)x30(L)x19(W)cm, 2018

池田光弘 Mitsuhiro Ikeda
某处 3 Somewhere 3
布面油画 Oil on Canvas
227x162cm, 2016








北京 Beijing
北京市朝阳区酒仙桥路2号798艺术区8502信箱 100015
798 Art District, No.2 Jiuxianqiao Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing P.O. Box 8502 100015
目前因场地升级而暂时关闭 Currently closed

台北 Taipei
台北市中山区堤顶大道二段350号 10462
No. 350, Sec. 2, Tiding Blvd., Zhongshan District, Taipei, Taiwan, 10462
开放时间 Opening hours:10:00-19:00 (周一公休 Closed on Monday)

台南 Tainan
No.446, Qing Ping Road,An Ping District Tainan, Taiwan, 70842
开放时间 Opening hours:10:00-19:00(周一公休 Closed on Monday)


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