薛保瑕｜生生不息｜压克力颜料‧画布｜72 x 86 cm｜2021
11.11（四）14:00 - 20:00
11.12（五）13:00 - 20:00
11.13（六）11:00 - 18:00
11.14（日）11:00 - 18:00
薛保瑕｜现｜压克力颜料‧画布｜17.5 x 25.5 cm｜2021
► Tina Keng Gallery｜2021 ART021 Shanghai
Venue｜Shanghai Exhibition Center (No.1000 Yan'an Middle Road, Jing'an District, Shanghai 200020, China)
Participating Artists｜Peng Xiancheng, Ava Hsueh, Peng Wei
Opening Hours │
▋Collectors Preview ▋
Nov. 11 (Thur.) 14:00 - 20:00
Nov. 12 (Fri.) 13:00 - 20:00
▋Public Days ▋
Nov. 13 (Sat.) 11:00 - 18:00
Nov. 14 (Sun.) 11:00 - 18:00
The Tina Keng Gallery is pleased to announce our participation in ART021. For the fair’s 2021 edition, we present the works of three artists: Peng Xiancheng (b. 1941), Ava Hsueh (b. 1956), and Peng Wei (b. 1974). Through their respective practices in abstract painting and new ink art, the three artists exemplify the diverse styles of Greater Chinese contemporary art nurtured in a globalized context.
Ava Hsueh｜Self-certification｜Acrylic on canvas｜86 x 72 cm｜2021
Ava Hsueh has long used abstract language as her means of expression. In dexterous biomorphic and geometric abstractions, she creates a hybrid reality that corresponds to epochal shifts in contemporary abstract art. The artist’s dynamic brushwork imparts to her canvases an Eastern allure. The black contours not only exemplify the captivating quality of calligraphy, but also form a sort of natural landscape. What lies behind the dimension of imagery are the visible and invisible depths of temporal and spatial fields, achieved through her interweaving of lines and planes that cradle the pigments’ luster and warmth. Through her layered compositions, the charm of East and West blends with gradual expansion of aesthetics and consciousness. Hsueh continues to search for a way to present today's reality through abstract language, while exploring the various possibilities of contemporary abstract art.
Hsueh has exhibited internationally, including in Taiwan, China, Korea, Japan, France, Italy, and the U.S. Her works are housed in various collections, including the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Art, Taichung, Taiwan; Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan; Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Kaohsiung, Taiwan; National Art Museum of China, Beijing, China; White Rabbit Museum, Chippendale, Australia; and private collections.