村上友晴:無法被感知捕捉的事 | THINGS CANNOT BE CAPTURED

時間、大自然和人的意念,這些都是真實存在但無法被感知捕捉的事物,村上友晴嘗試捕捉這些存在物的本質,並將其放到畫布上。

Time, nature, and a person’s mind are the things that definitely exist yet cannot be captured with one’s perception. Tomoharu Murakami seeks to capture the essence of these existing things and place them on canvas.

這次SHOP Taka Ishii Gallery從7月6日到8月15日一共展出六件藏品,展覽散發著村上友晴深沉存在感而寧謐的氛圍。

This time, SHOP Taka Ishii Gallery exhibited six collections from July 6th to August 15th, where the exhibition exudes the deep presence and tranquil atmosphere of Murakami.

他自1960年代便受到美國抽象表現主義影響,從初期主要創作日本畫和「無形式藝術」,到後來發展出有自己風格的抽象表現主義作品,每件作品都超過一年時間完成,挑戰人們對繪畫作為視覺媒介的理解。

He has been influenced by American abstract expressionism since the 1960s. From the initial stage, he mainly created works of Nihonga (Japanese painting) and Art Informel, and later developed his own style of abstract expressionist works. Each work took more than a year to complete, challenging our common understanding of the visual nature of painting.

其中有展出村上最具代表性的「黑繪畫」,可看出他用調色刀逐層逐層將黑色顏料塗抹到畫布上,雖然只用了一種顏色,但仔細看就能觀察出作品的質感。

His iconic work “black paintings” is exhibited as well. We can see that he applies layers of black paint with a palette knife on the canvas. Even though only one color is used, if you look closely you can observe the texture of the work.

村上透過不停的繪畫勞動,紀錄了時間的流逝,他表示:「我在畫作上日復日塗抹顏料,希望就能久而久之觸及那種深沉。」

Murakami attempts to capture the essence of the flow of time through his labour of painting. He said, “I hope to touch that “profundity” over a long passage of time, and through my daily act of applying paint to my paintings.”

展覽沒有特別的裝潢,以配合村上簡單而寧靜的風格,讓參觀者能夠專注於他的作品。

The exhibition has no special decoration. The aim is to match Murakami’s simple and peaceful style, letting visitors to focus on his works.

村上友晴 Taka Ishii Gallery 藏品展

Date: 2021.7.6-8.15

Time: Tuesday to Sunday 11:00-19:00

Venue: 

寶豐大廈 Shop 4A & 4B UG/F, No. 1 進教圍灣仔

Shops 4A & 4B, UG/F, Bo Fung Mansion, No.1 St. Francis Yard, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Photo courtesy to Taka Ishii Gallery and the artist

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