一新美術館《丹青夢:一濤居藏品》 | Sun Museum Presents “Dreams of Chinese Painters: Yitao Collection”

一新美術館將於2019年4月12日至2019年7月13日舉行《丹青夢:一濤居藏品》展覽,展出由「一濤居」所藏近50幅的中國繪畫。

Sun Museum is pleased to present the exhibition “Dreams of Chinese Painters: Yitao Collection”, from 12 April 2019 to 13 July 2019. The exhibition showcases some 50 pieces of paintings selected from the Yitao Collection.

這些作品來自22位名家,包括清初著名「四僧」的八大山人與石濤、二十世紀初力圖革新國畫的高劍父與徐悲鴻,以及在傳統中尋求突破的齊白石與張大千。

They are from the “Four Monks” of the early Qing Dynasty such as Bada Shanren and Shitao, advocates of the reformation of Chinese painting in the early 20th century such as Gao Jianfu and Xu Beihong, and celebrated masters who made remarkable breakthroughs within tradition such as Qi Baishi and Zhang Daqian. Altogether, 22 artists are featured in this exhibition.

中國畫奠基於實景,目的卻不在「寫景」而是「寫意」。畫家們轉化現實景物來呈現心中意境,或寄託個人情感。是次展覽囊括清初至現代多位國畫大師的作品,通過畫作內容、技法及題識等,窺探他們在作品裡蘊含的「丹青夢」。

The paintings on display range from the early Qing Dynasty to modern times, all selected from Dr Simon Suen’s Yitao Collection. They illustrate how Chinese artists portray an ideal world that is more enchanting and delightful than reality through weaving techniques, themes and embodied meanings together to form beautiful painted dreams.

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《丹青夢:一濤居藏品》
“Dreams of Chinese Painters: Yitao Collection”
Date:
2019.4.12 – 7.13
Time:
Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 – 18:00
Venue:
一新美術館
Sun Museum
香港九龍觀塘海濱道165號SML大廈4樓
4th Floor, SML Tower, 165 Hoi Bun Road, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong

Source: Sun Museum PR

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