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Relay20/ First round

Dennis Hwang, Chang Chiung-Fang, Wu Chuan Lun, Su Tzu Han, Tobe Kan, Cheng Ting Ting, and Ailsa Wong Online exhibition 7/1-9/30/2020

To stimulate the weakness of our art market, YiCOLLECTA is going to launch Relay20, an online collection that collaborates with various artists at a reasonable price. A total of seven artists are included in the first round, who are Taiwan artists Dennis Hwang, Chang Chiung-Fang, Wu Chuan Lun, Su Tzu Han, and three Hong Kong artists Tobe Kan, Cheng Ting Ting, and Ailsa Wong.

Artists:

Dennis Hwang 1941-
Artist Dennis Hwang is a weather-beaten wild horse, dashing across north, south, east and west of the river. What is left in the horseshoe are the dazzling, bright colors of mountains, birds, trees, and rivers. It is an unbounded scenery intertwined with ancient and modern.

Dennis, calls himself “Lekoma” (because he loves coke) and is an expert at using bright and bold colors to paint landscapes, animals, cities, and the female body in a playful way. Although the artist has aged, he is still a child at heart who has not been broken down by society. He still views the world with his original intention. Dennis Hwang, Walasse Ting, and Hilo Chen were once called the “New York Three Musketeers”, because they all liked to draw women. Although the women in Dennis’ paintings were often topless, they portrayed free-spirited women within nature, because of the childlike brushstrokes and striking colors.

Using fluorescent paint as a medium, the creation is based on Chinese brush and ink, integrated with the foundation of Western painting training of the past, and developed into a style of ink painting that combines Eastern and Western cultures.

Dennis was born in Hunan, China and studied under Li Zhongsheng, his former teacher. He is an expressionist painter in New York City. In 1971, he went to the United States to conduct an art tour exchange exhibition, at the invitation of the United States Department of States,. He studied at the Pratt Institute of Art in New York in 1972 and once taught at the Montgomery-Julie College of Art in Washington, DC.

Wu Chuan Lun 1985-

In this age of digital reproduction, the works and products can be rewriting its formation as the end. the wreckage presents the work itself.

Wu Chuan Lun’s works have a clear way of thinking, how nature is perceived and defined in the present. He has a great interest in the grey area between nature and civilization, the discussion on classic and digital. He works on multiple media, for example, computer images, photography, ready-made objects, and devices among man-made and natural products.

Wu Chuan Lun graduated from the Institute of Plastic Arts, National Tainan University of the Arts. Currently works and lives in Tainan and Berlin. He has participated in many local and foreign exhibitions. In 2014, he was invited to join Taipei Biennale and residency in Seoul, Berlin and Peru. He works are collected by the OCI Museum of Art in Seoul and the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Art.

Tobe KAN Kiu Sin

The series of work used the point of view of a narrator to look at plants, whether the sense of distance created by its lifeless or has been pulling away from the narrator?

Tobe Kan led the audience as an observer. She shows the relationship between human psychological activity and alienation. The visual distance comes from the viewer and the plant, but it leads to the inner alienation of the audience. She guides the audience through the meditation of plants to recall the sense of distance experienced in previous relationships. Tobe Kan is good at analyzing her mental state and explore and retrospect to the causality, especially about insecurity and distance. She is from Hong Kong, graduated from the Art Institute of Hong Kong Art Institute and Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. Her works mainly involved paintings and installations, and she has participated in many local exhibitions in Hong Kong.

CHENG Ting Ting

Simple plants and bright colors are full of joy and childlikeness. Cheng Ting Ting's favorite Italian artist Giorgio Morandi, his painting of flowers won the fame of the world.

Childhood and growth have great significance to her personality and it is also the subject she has been always paying attention to. By teaching preschool children who without the concept of space, made her break the norms of traditional painting, to use ambiguous lines and not asking for clear and positive edges. She said that words are not suitable for herself. Through her paintings, the audience feels touched and warm, which cannot be expressed in language. Cheng Ting Ting, a Hong Kong artist, graduated from the School of Visual Arts of Hong Kong Baptist University. She was awarded the Hong Kong Baptist University Visual Arts Academy Award and Red Elation Gallery Award in 2013. Her works were exhibited in K11 Central Chi Art Space and Para Site.

Ailsa WONG Nga Shan

Memory is portion and abstract.

When we recall subtle parts of the past, we usually only think of some small, fuzzy pictures. They are not even without content, but they can express emotions deep in memory.

Ailsa Wong uses an inconsistent narrative technique, abstract and ambiguous brush strokes to build the hidden part in memory. It brings out the frustration and loss from the past and the abstract brush strokes represent its out-of-focus. Ailsa Wong is able to draw the accurately grasp from experience and record in her own style. She handles memories with her personal orientation.
Born in Guangdong, graduated from the Art Department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2019, and won the Chen Yusheng Award from the department. She currently lives in Hong Kong and active in local exhibitions.

Su Tzu Han 1984-

We, spying on the society which is the epitome of reality. However, we cannot see the huge and real situation.

Su Tzu Han's creation has always been based on the relationship between model and city. It comes from the observation of the phenomenon of the city as the idea. She focuses on the relationship between people and cities. The establishment of the city comes from people's desires; therefore, this city is divided into the surface and under the sea. Su Tzu Han also believes that "object" is a medium that can convey subjective consciousness and emotion. She solidifies the model of the city's miniature into a transparent model and reflects the interaction between human desire and urban development through the interaction between the object. Graduated from the Art Creation Institute of Kaohsiung Normal University. In 2014, she was selected as the Asian Creative Award. Her works are collected by the Art Bank.

Chang Chiung-Fang 1984-

Wandering in the primitive consciousness, looking for the transmission signal between virtual and reality.

Chang Chiung-Fang created according to her intuitive feelings. Based on what she has touched and heard, the most primitive human feelings. She draws on canvas constantly, and at different stages of painting, she can look at the picture from multiple angles to determine If she was satisfied, then stop or continue or pause and set aside.

Through different brushstrokes, lines, and color blocks, she shapes the ambiguous reality, adding symbols to her paintings, as if she wanted to tell us something. Although there is no specific image in her works, they are full of vitality and gives everyone unlimited imagination of space. Graduated from the Taiwan University of Arts, she went to Valencia Comprehensive University in Spain for a year in 2011. Awarded the Kaohsiung Awards in 2012 and 2008 in the category of printmaking. She is active in local exhibitions. Her works are collected by the National Taiwan Art Museum and Art Bank.

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#the price range is between 20-50 thousand NTD
#special discount during Relay20.

Curator: YiCOLLECTA

  • Dennis Hwang / Taiwan/USA
    女人與馬, 2017
    Acrylic on canvas 15.5x22.7cm (畫心) 22.4x30cm (含框)
    Original price NT$42,000. Speical price:
    Sold

    Wu Chuan Lun / Taiwan
    Triangle, 2012, edition of 6
    Metallic photo paper, Diasec (acrylic sheet , aluminum frame) 25% 53.6x56.2cm
    Once work been ordered, it will be complated and deliever in September. Price range from NT$NT$18,900 to 56,700

    Tobe Kan / Hong Kong
    Asleep 19, 2019
    oil pastel on cardboard 20 x 25 cm
    Original price NT$28,350. Speical price:
    NT$25,500.00

    Wu Chuan Lun / Taiwan
    Pentagon, 2013, edition of 6
    Metallic photo paper, Diasec (acrylic sheet, aluminum frame) 25% 54x56cm
    Once work been ordered, it will be complated and deliever in September. Price range from NT$NT$18,900 to 56,700

    Chang Chiung-Fang / Taiwan
    模糊的臉, 2016
    Mixed media on paper 38X54cm 10F
    Original price NT$26,250. Speical price:
    NT$23,600.00

    Chang Chiung-Fang / Taiwan
    池塘 , 2016
    Mixed media on paper 38X54cm 10F
    Original price NT$26,250. Speical price:
    NT$23,600.00

    Wu Chuan Lun / Taiwan
    Digital Weathering O, (α)series, 2014
    Lambda Print , mounting on plexiglass (acrylic, aluminum frame) 50x41.9cm
    Once work been ordered, it will be complated and deliever in September. Price range from NT$NT$18,900 to 56,700

    Cheng Ting Ting / Hong Kong
    9 pieces of Jagged Grasses VI, 2017
    oil on newspaper 35.3 x 33 cm
    Original price NT$60,000. Speical price:
    NT$54,000.00

  • Su Tzu Han / Taiwan
    Zoom in - Fly Ball (Bottom), 2014
    Inkjet print, diasec 40cm x 40cm
    Edition of 6. Original price NT$21,000. Special price:
    NT$18,000.00

    Chang Chiung-Fang / Taiwan
    深深地潛入, 2016
    Mixed media on paper 72.5x91cm 30F
    Original price NT$52,500. Speical price:
    NT$44,600.00

    Chang Chiung-Fang / Taiwan
    蚊子幻想, 2016
    Mixed media on paper 38X54.5cm 10F
    Original price NT$26,250. Speical price:
    NT$23,600.00

    Dennis Hwang / Taiwan/USA
    貓與蜻蜓, 2017
    Acrylic on canvas 22.7x15.5 cm (畫心) 30x22.4 cm (含框)
    Original price NT$42,000. Speical price:
    NT$33,600.00

    Dennis Hwang / Taiwan/USA
    馬(藍), 2017
    Acrylic on canvas 22.7x15.5 cm (畫心) 30x22.4 cm (含框)
    Original price NT$42,000. Speical price:
    NT$33,600.00

    Dennis Hwang / Taiwan/USA
    馬(紅), 2017
    Acrylic on canvas 22.7x15.5 cm (畫心) 30x22.4 cm (含框)
    Original price NT$42,000. Speical price:
    NT$33,600.00

    Dennis Hwang / Taiwan/USA
    鳥與竹子, 2017
    Acrylic on canvas 22.7x15.5 cm (畫心) 30x22.4 cm (含框)
    Original price NT$42,000. Speical price:
    NT$33,600.00

    Su Tzu Han / Taiwan
    家屋訓養系列3FMH+W2 台北1, 2018
    鋁板、樹脂油墨、樹脂、油墨 15x13cm
    Original price NT$12,600. Speical price:
    NT$11,350.00

  • Su Tzu Han / Taiwan
    室內的自然, 2019
    Chinese white marble, resin, air dry clay, plastic 25 x20x10cm
    Original price NT$43,050. Speical price:
    NT$35,000.00

    Dennis Hwang / Taiwan/USA
    兩隻貓, 2017
    Acrylic on canvas 22.7x15.5 cm (畫心) 30x22.4 cm (含框)
    Sold

    Dennis Hwang / Taiwan/USA
    鳥與荷葉, 2017
    Acrylic on canvas 22.7x15.5 cm
    Without frame. Original price NT$42,000. Speical price:
    NT$33,600.00

    Tobe Kan / Hong Kong
    Asleep 21, 2019
    oil pastel on cardboard 20 x 25 cm
    Original price NT$28,350. Speical price:
    NT$25,500.00

    Cheng Ting Ting / Hong Kong
    9 pieces of Jagged Grasses IV, 2017
    oil on newspaper 35.3 x 33 cm
    Original price NT$60,000. Speical price:
    NT$54,000.00

    Ailsa Wong / Hong Kong
    White (Night), 2019
    acrylic and pastel on canvas 25 x 25 cm
    Original price NT$25,000. Speical price:
    NT$22,500.00

    Wu Chuan Lun / Taiwan
    Rhombu, 2013, edition of 6
    Metallic photo paper, Diasec (acrylic sheet, aluminum frame) 25% 60x59cm
    Once work been ordered, it will be complated and deliever in September. Price range from NT$NT$18,900 to 56,700

    Su Tzu Han / Taiwan
    Zoom in - All Working (Center Top), 2014
    Inkjet print, diasec 40cm x 40cm
    Edition of 6. Original price NT$21,000. Special price:
    NT$18,000.00

  • Cheng Ting Ting / Hong Kong
    9 pieces of Jagged Grasses VIII, 2017
    oil on newspaper 35.3 x 33 cm
    Original price NT$60,000. Speical price:
    NT$54,000.00

    Su Tzu Han / Taiwan
    Breathing Underwater, 2013
    Mixed media 15cm x 8cm x 10cm
    附燈箱及壓克力盒. Original price NT$31,500. Special price:
    NT$25,200.00

    Tobe Kan / Hong Kong
    Asleep 20, 2019
    
oil pastel on cardboard 20 x 25 cm
    Original price NT$28,350. Speical price:
    NT$25,500.00

    Wu Chuan Lun / Taiwan
    Digital Weathering U, (β)series, 2014, edition of 3
    Lambda Print, mounting on plexiglass (acrylic, aluminum frame) 50x47.3cm
    Once work been ordered, it will be complated and deliever in September. Price range from NT$NT$18,900 to 56,700

    Wu Chuan Lun / Taiwan
    Digital Weathering I α)series, 2014, edition of 3
    Lambda Print, mounting on plexiglass (acrylic, aluminum frame) 60x61.8cm, 版數3
    Once work been ordered, it will be complated and deliever in September. Price range from NT$NT$18,900 to 56,700

    Tobe Kan / Hong Kong
    Awake 2, 2019
    
oil pastel on cardboard 51 x 38 cm
    Original price NT$61,500. Speical price:
    NT$55,300.00

    Su Tzu Han / Taiwan
    家屋訓養系列 XGR8+RJ北京3, 2018
    鋁板、樹脂油墨、樹脂、油墨 15x13cm 2018
    Original price NT$12,600. Speical price:
    NT$11,350.00

    Ailsa Wong / Hong Kong
    Dog, 2019
    acrylic and pastel on canvas 50.5 x 50.5 cm
    Original price NT$49,000. Speical price:
    NT$44,100.00