羅穎筆墨中的山水之觀|CHARM OF LANDSCAPE IN LUO YING’S SHANSHUI PAINTINGS

漢雅軒 Hanart TZ Gallery將於2018年7月12日 至8月25日舉辦羅穎首次香港畫展《疊山紀》,展出她近五年的作品五十多幅,包括畫家多年私藏的精品。

羅穎自述作品中傳遞著以柔克剛,以媚釋道的內在氣質。虛構的多維空間解構著傳統山水的空間感知,解構山石的筆墨中滲透西方的視覺語言,用來詮釋山水裡的可居可遊。以山水釋人,人釋山水,取鏡花水月之意來做一種鏡像的表達,鏡中山水多嬌媚,實為用山水之觀塑自我之貌。在折疊的山水中透入現代觀念,清冷自賞的圖示裡有一種瞬間和永恆的世界觀。

Hanart TZ Gallery is honoured to present “Layered Hills”, the first solo exhibition in Hong Kong by the noted ink painter Luo Ying. The exhibition features over 50 important works by the artist representing her oeuvre of the last five years, including several key works previously held by Luo Ying in her private collection and never publicly displayed before.

Luo Ying explains the characteristics and ideas of her artworks: these paintings seek to articulate the power that is contained within softness, and the nascent ability of the charming to reveal the path to truth. Deconstructing the multidimensional structure of the imagined landscape, reveals the spatial perception of traditional landscape painting; deconstructing the brushwork of mountains and rocks, infuses the image with a western visual vocabulary. These deconstructions allow a decoding of shanshui’s aesthetic idea of ‘roaming and residing’. The landscape offers a means of revealing the human character, while the human character in turns reveals the landscape. The traditional poetic expression of ‘flowers reflected in a mirror and the moon reflected in a lake’ refers to the mirror image of the self, and the charm of the landscape in the mirror serves to mold self-perception. Passing through the layered mountains we penetrate to the heart of modern consciousness. Contained within these reflective and silent images lies a view of the world that is at once transient and eternal.

Date:
2018.7.12 – 8.25
Time:
Monday to Friday 10:00 – 18:30
Saturday 10:00 – 18:00
Venue:
Hanart TZ Gallery
香港中環畢打街12號畢打行401室
401 Pedder Building, 12 Pedder Street, Central, Hong Kong

Source: Hanart TZ Gallery

 

 

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