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Relay20/ Fourth round

Yuki Ideguchi, CHU, Fang-Yi, Li Wen Tsien, LIEN Chien Hsing, CHEN Kuei-Yen, HUANG ZAN-LUN, Deng Wen-Jen, Jaeyeol Han and Samuel Bossini online exhibition 7/11-9/30/2020

Thanks for all of friends and artists supported this event! YiCOLLECTA is going to launch Relay20 Fourth round , an online collection that collaborates with various artists at a reasonable price. A total of eight artists are included in the third round, who are artists Hsu Tzu-Kuey, Isa HO, Chung Shun-Lung, Hsu Tang-Wei, Tsai Yi-Ju, Chen Mintse, Hsu Ming-Jen, and Chou Cheng-Liang.

Yuki Ideguchi
Skeleton is the remaining wreckage from human bones, considered as an ominous sign of evil to represent fear. Ideguchi uses many skeletons as the core of his creation. His intention is to break the stereotypes of the skeleton, in his work, the skeleton stands as a continuous states of the soul. He combines the essence of Eastern painting and the repetitive of Western pop art, cleverly show the creative level of color application
Ideguchi(1986—)born in Fukuoka, Japan, currently living in New York and Kyoto. Graduated from the Tokyo University of the Arts in Japanese painting, his paintings combining traditional Japanese painting techniques and contemporary mixed media. Under the influence of Japanese history, culture, and Eastern religion, his creations use nature, life and death, religion, and folklore as the theme to convey his care and in awe toward nature. He is active in the international art market and has exhibited in New York, Paris, Shanghai, and other places. He is an emerging Japanese artist that has attracted international attention.

CHU, Fang-Yi
‘image is an unknown, this makes me keep wondering what kind of message can image present. Looking at the sculpture, it is hard to tell whether it is a flower or not. Chu wants to use human instinct sensory experience to interpret of unknown imagination, instead of past experiences like history, traditional culture. Images lead humans to deconstruct and read objects from the original mind and then get a purer physical experience.
CHU, Fang-Yi(1976—)famous contemporary ceramic artist in Taiwan. Currently working as a full-time lecturer in the Department of Material Creation and Design at the National Tainan University of Arts, and a member of the UNESCO International Ceramic Society (IAC). He has a wealth of experiences of art residency and he has won the first prize of the Taiwan International Ceramics Biennale (2008), International Ceramics Festival Mino,Japan (2008), and Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale(2011) and many other international awards. His works are collected in institutions such as the Art Bank Taiwan, the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, t Yingge Ceramics Museum, the Springfield Museums.

Li Wen Tsien
Sea rock, under the erosion of wave and time, the purest care toward humans is retained.
The works first give people a moment of rigor and a sense of coldness, which is the first impression that Li 's works bring to people. He uses the painting series ‘sea rock’ to break everyone’s impression of landscape painting. He added a profound humanistic meaning to discuss the interdependence between man and nature. All the elements are simplified and deconstructed in space, presenting the shape of letters, cuneiform writing, carved grooves, hieroglyphics, Egyptian allegorical writing... these symbols have become signs in the world and characters in the universe. Going back to the original form of words, it is like responding to the most primitive discussion of "human".
Li Wen Tsien(1938-)born in Guangzhou, he moved to Taiwan and graduated from the Art Department of National Taiwan Normal University in 1960. In 1962, he entered the studio of CHASTEL in Paris. Since then, he lived and worked in France for a long time. He won the SIBA Award, the Gold Medal Award of the Marseille Mediterranean International Art Salon. He has also joined many international exhibitions to promote Taiwan in Spain and France, Belgium, China, and other countries replaced.

LIEN Chien Hsing
When an object or scenes lost its own feature, it gives a chance of infinite reverie and fantasy. The aesthetic with the artist's subjectivity is positioned as the magical ruins of LIEN Chien Hsing. LIEN has already marked his name in Taiwan Art History with his gloomy painting style. The term ‘Magic Realism’ always linked with his name. He builds his iconic tone inside the ruins. LIEN uses Photomontage to transfer and combination objects add a subjective view to create a picture of dislocation and criticism.
LIEN Chien Hsing(1962-)born in Keelung City, he graduated from the Chinese Culture University, Department of the Fine Arts in Western Painting and Master of Fine Arts at National Taipei University of the Arts. He is now a part-time lecturer at Huafan University. He is famous for presenting ruins in a magical realist style. He won The Lion Art Award and has participated in many large exhibitions.

CHEN Kuei-Yen
Each lonely individual, in the process of repeated stacking, connects each other again.
Art teaches me to understand the world. CHEN’s works using a thick coat to break the flatness in painting, use the texture of the paint to depict the state and relationship between emotions and people.
His early paintings are dominated by figures who have no distinct facial features but are stacked repeatedly with paint. He believes that the contour lines are fixed, but people's emotions are not absolute. Therefore, he uses stacked paint to reflect people's emotions and uncertainty. After that, he added other objects in the paintings. Looking at it from an anthropomorphic perspective, the transformation of mood brought daily things into poetic situational. We are all alone, wandering in the crowd, facing the vastness together, and facing to ourselves alone.

CHEN Kuei-Yen(1981-)graduated from the Department of Visual Arts of Simon Fei University in Canada and the graduated Institute of Plastic Art, National Tainan University of the Arts. He was shortlisted for the 2011 Taiwan Fine Arts New Look Series and the 2011 Taoyuan International Award and has held many joint and solo exhibitions.

HUANG ZAN-LUN
Kidnapped by technology, have you ever seriously thought about the possibility that we will eventually be dominated by technology decades later? Perhaps the plot in a science fiction movie is going to happen quietly at a concern. When technology has become an indispensable life factor for human beings, the impact of technology has far beyond the control of human. Through creation, HUANG explores the relationship between technology and humanity through a hybrid of biology and machinery, trying to verify the multiple issues of self-cognition and the external environment. From this human body sketch series, audiences can understand the artist's point of view of human value.
HUANG ZAN-LUN(1979—)born in Yilan, currently lives and works in Yilan and Taipei. He graduated from the National Taiwan University of the Arts with a bachelor's degree in Fine Arts and a master's degree in fine arts from the National Taipei University of the Arts. The artist doubts that in the near future, due to the continuous development and evolution of technology and digital, the conflict between life and morality will challenge the standard value of mankind. He was invited to participate in major international exhibitions such as the five-year international touring exhibition at the Vitra Design Museum in Germany, the Asolo International Art Film Festival in Italy. He has held solo exhibitions in the Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei, and more local museums.

Deng Wen-Jen
Daily ordinary things are stitched into life. It is a perfect comparison. Deng's unique style is to fulfill self-definition by constantly exploring and experience life, not only to meet needs but also to the existence of art. Her works integrate things in daily life, such as ingredients, cooking, tableware, human body, female red and the creation of diversified media, from oil paint to embroidery, it can be handy and inclusive; ideas come from the traditional experience from land and life and extended to modern thinking, achieving a simple, tactful and sometimes humorous style of work.
Deng Wen-Jen(1970-)received double master degree from the National Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris and the Bordeaux Academy of Fine Arts. After returning to Taiwan, she participated in Warehouse No. 20 in Taichung and joined the art team " Hantoo Art Group" in 2003. In 2005, she was elected as the Artist Residency and settled in the CAMAC Art Village in Paris. She has many exhibitions at home and abroad, currently serving as a part-time lecturer of the Ling Tung University.

Jaeyeol Han
A portrait can present the expression of a person; combined with the use of color, you can reconstruct the personality and style of the person at the same time. The portrait of Han not only records the appearance but also carries their soul. Han used obvious brushstrokes to portray the outlines of the figures, and then used chromaticity and bright colors to point out their spirits. This contained virtual and real, is how impressionists chose to present realism by changed the softness, light, and shade of the object. His intention is to draw things that are invisible, and his portrait works try to express the characters' dramatic monologues in a flat picture by passersby.

Jaeyeol Han born in South Korea in 1983. He graduated from Suwon University. He has been experimenting with the sculpture and structure of the painting, and currently focusing on portrait painting. During his military service in 2010, he went to Haiti after the earthquake for 7 months and started his ideas on creation. He is active in the world's art stage and exhibitions.

Samuel Bossini
In "Natural World" that captures games, he explores the construction of the ordinary soul of the body. In draw in the air a hand, the lines are read under the mantle, where in the ceremonies and their silences, a part of the forest is discovered. There destiny is lightly challenged, perhaps because the spirit is transformed or because it is weary.

Bossini's paintings are inspired by "Natural World", a collection of poems he wrote. He believes that every reality has its abstraction, and he needs to express it through painting. Poetry and painting go hand-in-hand with each complementing the other. Through the in-depth exploration of painting, the abstract mood of the poetry is expressed.

Using the pseudonym Pablo Narral, he has published several books such as "The Sound and Fury", "For a Night Party", "Dark Earth" and "Natural World". Quite active in the Argentine culture, he is a member of the editorial board for the Spanish version of the famous novel Último Reino. He also conducts interviews on visual arts and photographs for the Caballo de Lata Magazine. His poems have been published in newspapers and magazines in South America and the United States. Currently he is in charge of the poetry festival in the International Book Fair, and his works are collected by many European and American collectors.

Curator: YiCOLLECTA

  • Samuel Bossini / Argentina
    Untitled, 2017
    Oil on paper 70x50cm
    Original price NT$45,000. Speical price:
    NT$36,000.00

    Huang Zan-Lun / Taiwan
    Untitled 11, 2016
    Charcoal on paper 56x39cm
    Original price NT$10,500. Speical price:
    NT$9,500.00

    Huang Zan-Lun / Taiwan
    Untitled 10, 2016
    Charcoal on paper 40x30 cm
    Original price NT$10,500. Speical price:
    NT$9,500.00

    Yuki Ideguchi / Japan / New York
    Subliminal Switch (Chromashine), 2020
    Mixed media on canvas 25.5x25.5cm
    Original price NT$48,000. Speical price:
    NT$38,500.00

    Li Wen Tsien / Taiwan
    人及天系列之21, 2009
    紙本.中國墨综合 媒材 畫心56 x 42 cm 含框 76x59cm
    Original price NT$68,500. Speical price:
    NT$55,000.00

    Yuki Ideguchi / Japan / New York
    Subliminal Switch (White), 2020
    Mixed media on canvas 25.5x25.5cm
    Original price NT$48,000. Speical price:
    NT$38,500.00

    Li Wen Tsien / Taiwan
    人及天系列之20, 2009
    紙本.中國墨综合 媒材 畫心56 x 42 cm 含框76x59cm
    Original price NT$68,500. Speical price:
    NT$55,000.00

    Samuel Bossini / Argentina
    Untitled, 2018
    Oil on paper 70x50cm
    Original price NT$45,000. Speical price:
    NT$36,000.00

    Huang Zan-Lun / Taiwan
    Untitled 4, 2016
    Mixed-media on paper 40x30 cm
    Original price NT$10,500. Speical price:
    NT$9,500.00

  • Yuki Ideguchi / Japan / New York
    Subliminal Switch (Gold), 2020
    Mixed media on canvas 25.5x25.5cm
    Original price NT$48,000. Speical price:
    NT$38,500.00

    Yuki Ideguchi / Japan / New York
    Yuki Ideguchi Subliminal Switch (Rainbow), 2020
    Mixed media on canvas 25.5x25.5cm
    Original price NT$48,000. Speical price:
    NT$38,500.00

    Chu Fang-Yi / Taiwan
    Object of Reading 12-6, 2017. Hang on the wall or display on the pedestal
    Stoneware、Slip、Glaze 25×25×15. 可掛牆或展示展台.
    Original price NT$48,000. Speical price:
    NT$38,500.00

    Chu Fang-Yi / Taiwan
    Object of Reading 12-4, 2017. Hang on the wall or display on the pedestal
    Stoneware、Slip、Glaze 25×25×8 cm. 可掛牆或展示展台
    Original price NT$48,000. Speical price:
    NT$38,500.00

    Deng Wen-Jen / Taiwan
    酒醋, 2014
    麻布刺繡 畫心20x20 cm 含框 34.5x22.5cm
    Original price NT$6,500. Speical price:
    NT$5,850.00

    Huang Zan-Lun / Taiwan
    Untitled 8, 2016
    Mixed-media on paper 56x39 cm
    Original price NT$10,500. Speical price:
    NT$9,500.00

    Jaeyeol Han / Korea
    Passersby Rapid, 2013
    Oil bar on linen 30 x 20cm
    Original price NT$26,500. Speical price:
    NT$23,850.00

    Samuel Bossini / Argentina
    Graffiti, 2019
    graphite on paper 70x50cm
    Original price NT$20,000. Speical price:
    NT$18,000.00

    Huang Zan-Lun / Taiwan
    Untitled 1, 2016
    Mixed-media on paper 40 x 30 cm
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  • Chu Fang-Yi / Taiwan
    Object of Reading 12-3, 2017. Hang on the wall or display on the pedestal
    Stoneware、Slip、Glaze 25×25×10 cm. 可掛牆或展示展台.
    Original price NT$48,000. Speical price:
    NT$38,500.00

    Chu Fang-Yi / Taiwan
    Object of Reading 12-2, 2017. Hang on the wall or display on the pedestal
    Stoneware、Slip、Glaze 25×25×14 cm. 可掛牆或展示展台.
    Original price NT$48,000. Speical price:
    NT$38,500.00

    Lien Chien Hsing / Taiwan
    米酒頭與杯底醬油魚, 1999
    Mixed media 22×27 cm
    Original price NT$38,000. Speical price:
    NT$32,000.00

    Chen Kueiyen / Taiwan
    Mount St. The Nameless-2, 2017
    Acrylic on Canvas 46 x 53cm (10F)
    Original price NT$30,000. Speical price:
    NT$25,000.00

    Jaeyeol Han / Korea
    Passersby Hunting Rabbit , 2013
    Oil baar on linen 30x20.7cm
    Original price NT$26,500. Speical price:
    NT$23,850.00

    Yuki Ideguchi / Japan / New York
    Subliminal Switch (Bronze), 2020
    Mixed media on canvas 25.5x25.5cm
    Original price NT$48,000. Speical price:
    NT$38,500.00

    Huang Zan-Lun / Taiwan
    Untitled 3, 2016
    Mixed-media on paper 40x30 cm
    Original price NT$10,500. Speical price:
    NT$9,500.00

    Chu Fang-Yi / Taiwan
    Object of Reading 12-5, 2017. Hang on the wall or display on the pedestal
    Stoneware、Slip、Glaze 25×25×13 cm. 可掛牆或展示展台
    Original price NT$48,000. Speical price:
    NT$38,500.00

    Yuki Ideguchi / Japan / New York
    Subliminal Switch (Silver), 2020
    Mixed media on canvas 25.5x25.5cm
    Original price NT$48,000. Speical price:
    NT$38,500.00

  • Chen Kueiyen / Taiwan
    Million Years to Come, Million Years to End, 2014
    Acrylic on Canvas 45.5 x 53cm(10F)
    Original price NT$30,000. Speical price:
    NT$25,000.00

    Chen Kueiyen / Taiwan
    Long Night-2, 2017
    Acrylic on Canvas 53 x 65cm (15F)
    Original price NT$45,000. Speical price:
    NT$36,000.00

    Chen Kueiyen / Taiwan
    Disco Fever, 2014
    Acrylic on Canvas 64 x 53cm (15F)
    Original price NT$45,000. Speical price:
    NT$36,000.00

    Huang Zan-Lun / Taiwan
    Untitled, 2016
    Mixed media on paper 40x30cm
    Original price NT$10,500. Speical price:
    NT$9,500.00

    Huang Zan-Lun / Taiwan
    Untitled 6, 2016
    Mixed-media on paper 56x39cm
    原價10,500. 活動期間特別價:
    NT$9,500.00

    Jaeyeol Han / Korea
    Passersby Wound, 2013
    Oil bar on linen 34 x 21.2cm
    Original price NT$26,500. Speical price:
    NT$23,850.00

    Samuel Bossini / Argentina
    Untitled , 2014
    Oil on paper 65 x 50 cm
    Unmounted, Original price NT$66,500. Speical price:
    NT$55,000.00

    Samuel Bossini / Argentina
    Untitled, 2019
    Oil on paper 50x70cm
    Original price NT$45,000. Speical price:
    NT$36,000.00

    Chen Kueiyen / Taiwan
    As Gentle As It Can Be, 2016
    Acrylic on Canvas 53 x 64cm (15F)
    Original price NT$45,000. Speical price:
    NT$36,000.00