Yui-chi Inoue is a Japanese contemporary artist whose works of art are known for making use of kanji (Chinese characters in written Japanese) as its foundation, with its “Ichimoji-sho” (one character) works and other longer works being the most famous of all.
Despite gaining international recognition, Yui-chi Inoue focused his attention on the creative process in making art and avoided the commercialization of his artworks, which made him a respectable and one-of-a-kind artist.
Our Gallery現正於2019年3月23日至5月4日展出已故日本當代藝術家井上有一的經典作品，更邀得來自日本的紙守財團（Kamimori Foundation）技術主管兼Kamiya美術館總監高橋啟先生（Kei Takahashi）於3月23日於香港大學進修學院金鐘教學中心舉辦研討會及創作工作坊，加深觀賞者對井上有一的認識及體驗他的作畫心境。其中《「一字書」創作體驗》工作坊在高橋啟先生(Kei Takahashi)的帶領下，給予參與者一個模擬井上有一書法過程的體驗，令參與者能更了解這位大師級的書法家，實屬難能可貴。
Our Gallery is going to showcase Yui-chi Inoue’s avant-garde pieces from 23 March to 4 May, 2019 accompanied by a series of workshops. Mr. Kei Takahashi, Technical Director of Kamimori Foundation and Director of Kamiya Art Gallery, travelled to Hong Kong from Japan to conduct a seminar and workshop on 23 March at the Admiralty Centre of HKU SPACE. Under the guidance of Mr. Kei Takahashi, the “Ichimoji-sho” workshop was held successfully, in which participants was provided the chance to try out calligraphy with a similar brush as Yui-ichi Inoue, enabling them to gain a better understanding of Inoue’s calligraphy process. This opportunity is indeed fulfilling to art lovers.
“Yu-ichi Inoue: Liberation of Calligraphy” Exhibition
2019.3.23 – 5.4
Tuesday to Saturday 12:30 – 19:00
UG 10, C C Wu Building, 302-8 Hennessy Road
Background Music: We Are One – Vexento https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ssvu2yncgWU