Hsu yung chin's solo exhibition in Singapore, Jan 21-25, 2015, Art Stage Singapore, booth H19Marina Bay Sands Convention and Exhibition Centre
Art Stage Singapore
Revelations of the Soul Art, Hsu Yung Chin’s solo exhibition
Marina Bay Sands Convention and Exhibition Centre
22 – 25 January 2015
Art Stage Singapore is the second largest asian art fair after Art Basel Hong Kong. Last year, Art Stage Singapore attracted over 45 000 visitors from around the world, making it one of the most important art events of the year.
2015 will be the first year Taiwan’s YESART gallery will participate in Art Stage Singapore. YESART will be doing a solo exhibition of renowned Taiwanese calligrapher and artist Hsu Yung Chin’s most recent work. The exhibition is entitled, Revelations of the Soul Art, and will feature ten of Master Hsu’s most recent works. Of particular note will be the piece, The Great Image Has No Form (#10), which consists of five large works (350 cm x 240 cm) based on a passage from the Tao De Ching. The painting blends a modern take on Chinese calligraphy with the ideas found in Lao Tze’s philosophy. The work contains a natural fluidity that balances both the chaotic and the sublime, where the essence of the moment in which the painting was created transcends the characters contained within.
YESART is proud to present contemporary Chinese calligraphy pioneer Hsu Yung Chin’s latest works to both Asia and the rest of the world.