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Relay20/ Fifth round

Han Hsiang Ning, Dennis Hwang, Takashi Murakami, Chou Chen, Ching-wen Chang, Aleksandra Panić, and Cyoko Tamai online exhibition 7/11-9/30/2020

Thanks for all of friends and artists supported this event! YiCOLLECTA is going to launch Relay20 Fifth round, an online collection that collaborates with various artists at a reasonable price. A total of seven artists are included in the fifth round, who are artists Han Hsiang Ning, Dennis Hwang, Takashi Murakami, Chou Chen, Ching-wen Chang, Aleksandra Panić, and Cyoko Tamai.

Han Hsiang-Ning
Using the spray gun technique in abstractionism and one-color tone to characterize the view of New York. The blurry impression is what comes from memory, not as clear as the human eyes. However, the contour is clear enough to judge.

Han combined the spray painting techniques with Post-Impressionist to create his signature “dot” style. He relies on imagination and memory to get rid of the constraints of time and space. He went to New York alone because of pursuing his dream. His solo exhibition ‘Pursuing His Dreams, multiple locations, China and Taiwan’ to conclude this experience.

Han Hsiang-Ning (1939 -), was born in Chongqing, Sichuan. He is one of the famous Chinese American artists, an early member of the Fifth Moon Painters Group. He graduated from Taiwan Normal University's Fine Arts Department, studying early abstract painting. In 1970 his style transitioned to photographic realism, switching from brushes to spray paint, specializing rubbings, and a style of pointillism. In 1976 he was selected as one of the artists in Bicentennial: Artist- Immigrants of America, held at the Hirschhorn Museum in Washington D.C. After 1985, he switched to creating digital images, but he gradually returned to ink painting. Han Hsiang-Ning has exhibited at major museums around the world.

Dennis Hwang
Hwang is a wild and heroic house that running around, the bright and dazzling nature left on every footprint he gone thought. Because of love to drink coke, he called himself ‘coke house’. He uses bright colors to paint landscapes/animals/city/female in a childish brushwork. With Hilo Chen and Walasse Ting, they are recognized as ‘Three Musketeers of New York’ as three of them enjoy drawing females. The creation is based on Chinese brush and ink style and integrates the past Western painting. That train himself to develop an ink painting style that blends Eastern and Western cultures together.

Dennis Hwang (1941–) 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.

Murakami Takashi
Takashi is famous for his creation of Kaikai Kiki flower and co-branding works with big brands for example Louis Vuitton, Supreme, Vans, UNIQLO, OFF WHITE, etc. His works are easy to recognize.

His founded ‘Superflat’, a postmodern art movement sneer at the cute comic style and pop culture has hidden a melancholy thought from the public. Takashi thought manga, video games, cartoon animation, and erotic culture are where show the flat if Japanese society. He believes that art has no high and low, no matter it is regarded as a traditional, classic, or cartoon, there is no boundary between them. His tolerance for art has made him the most influential artist of this era.

Murakami Takashi (1962-), born in Japan and graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, is the founder of 'Superflat Art'. He had held a large-scale retrospective '©MURAKAMI' at MOCA, Brooklyn Museum, and Guggenheim Museum Bilbao and exhibited his works at Louvre Museum in 2010. He was chosen as one of the influencing people in 2008. Now he is presented by Perrotin Gallery in Paris.

Chou Chen
The oil painting works that integrate the thinking of traditional calligraphy, presenting with the strength and flexibility of calligraphy and the spirit of exploring nature, this is the characteristic of artist Chou Chen.

Learning calligraphy at an early age gave Zhou a deep and fixed foundation. It is easy to see the brushstrokes of ink commonly use in wash paintings in his works, which combine different atmospheres and textures of ink and oil. You may not realize it is an oil painting at first. His brushes are extending beyond the canvas. This is his self-exploration to follow nature and try to get rid of all the norms when creating, freely swinging his pen.

Chou Chen(1971-)born in Taiwan graduated from the National College of Arts (now Taiwan University of Arts) in 1997. He has learned calligraphy since he was a child. He has integrated Eastern traditional thinking into calligraphy skills to show his experience of life, the universe, and nature.

Ching-wen Chang
Each window bearer of a soul that has his own story. Staring at the building, are you willing to open and listen to the sound inside each window?

Chang is a Taiwanese rising star in the art world. Her works use simple media, clean lines, and low-chroma colors, focusing the windows of urban buildings without complicated and eye-catching figures. This sign expresses a sense of loneliness. There is a portrayal of modern life. The "window" represents the entrance and exit of the human heart, including memory, loneliness, and alienation. It is not only others who are trapped, but also yourself.

Ching-wen Chang(1979-)graduated from the Graduate School of Fine Arts, Tunghai University. She is now living in Tokyo, just graduated from the Japanese Painting Department of the Tama Art University, and currently studying in the first year of Ph.D. at the same school. Her works have been selected for The 37th Ueno Royal Museum Grand Prize Exhibition (2019), ART OLYMPIA 2019 (2019), and other Japanese modern art awards and collected by the Art Bank.

Aleksandra Panić
Inspired by legends, fairy tales, and her own life experiences and Panić tries to explore the complexities of human nature and emotions. Through her own artistic view, she built a unique imagination to explore souls.

Panić, which is pronounced as Panich, is a Serbian surname and allows Aleksandra Panić from Russia has different traits than others. She is good at using folk art elements and primitive shapes. Through the images of ghosts, fairies, fantastic creatures in her paintings, she wants to explore the complexity of human nature. What we can see in her paintings, the poker face was put on an animal’ body, or put on a generalized body with two tiny arms. It looks like a bit surrealism and dramatic.

Aleksandra Panić (1987-), is currently living in Montreal, Canada. She has studied Visual Art Education at Concordia University. Her theme often refers to legends and fairy tales. Through the images of ghosts, fairies, fantastic creatures in her paintings, she wants to explore the complexity of human nature. She has held numerous exhibitions in Canada and the USA. Her works can be seen in galleries and private collections in the USA, Canada, United Kingdom, and China, etc.

Cyoko Tamai
Reportingly crocheting the fibers, keep rebuild and destroy as if our life.

The common ground between sound and life is they are in a repeating cycle of existence and extinction. Tamai spends most of her time with music, where she understands sound exist as human life. This is the reason and idea that she started to create. She breaks and incisions leap beyond the Japanese washi paper’s surface, while choice individual fibers defy gravity, coaxed from the paper to form an ephemeral gauze. Tamai tries to capture the moment, existence and disappearance of expression, deconstruct and rebuild with a pen, and then draw out the contours like particles or cells, as a new life was created again after the destruction.

Cyoko Tamai(1987-)graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts with a BFA in Music and an MFA in Japanese Painting. Her works are collected by the permanent collection of the Muscarelle Museum of Art and the Morikami Museum.

Curator: YiCOLLECTA

  • Aleksandra Panić / Canada
    I am hurt, 2017
    Acrylic on canvas 50.8 x 71.12 x 1.7 cm
    Original price NT$45,000. Speical price:
    NT$36,000.00

    Dennis Hwang / Taiwan/USA
    鳥與荷花, 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

    Han Hsiang Ning / Taiwan/USA
    New York, 1971
    Silk print 24x36吋 (紙);畫心:20 3/4x33吋
    Edition 75
    Sold

    Ching-wen Chang / Taiwan
    Overcast, 2020
    Ink , Color , Japanese paper 30x30cm
    NT$17,000.00

    Ching-wen Chang / Taiwan
    Morning , 2020
    Ink , Foil , Color , Japanese paper 45.5x45.5 cm
    Original price NT$38,000. Special price:
    NT$32,000.00

    Cyoko Tamai / Japan
     Revelation Text (Vertical), 2020
    Japanese Paper,Sumi-Black-ink 14cm×9.3cm (畫心) 30.5cm×25cm (含框)
    Original price NT$28,500. Speical price:
    NT$25,000.00

    Cyoko Tamai / Japan
    Buddhist Angel, 2020
    Japanese Paper, woodblock print 12.6cm×11.2cm 畫心 27.7cm× 26.3cm 畫框
    Original price NT$28,500. Speical price:
    NT$25,000.00

  • Takashi Murakami / Japan
    Takashi Murakami's manuscript Mr. Dob vs. Smiling Flower (More brilliant than double flower), 2018
    Hand drawn, signed, dated on paper With exclusive album(High quality solid wood frame with two-color, bottom acid-free paper) 24x28cm 畫心 42.5x49cm 畫框
    NT$68,000.00

    Ching-wen Chang / Taiwan
    Sunday morningII, 2020
    墨 , 顏料 , 高知麻紙 30x30cm
    Original price NT$19,000. Special price:
    NT$17,000.00

    Chou Chen / Taiwan
    Roaming, 2016
    Oil on canvas 45.5x53cm
    Original price NT$52,500. Special price:
    NT$42,000.00

    Chou Chen / Taiwan
    戊戌仲春廿七 , 2018
    Ink on paper 63x44.5cm
    Original price NT$51,500. Special price:
    NT$41,200.00

    Chou Chen / Taiwan
    戊戌季春廿一, 2018
    Ink on paper 45x 63cm
    Original price NT$51,500. Speical price:
    NT$41,200.00

    Aleksandra Panić / Canada
    Above the Water Line, 2020
    Acrylic on canvas 50.8 x 50.8 cm
    Original price NT$36,000. Speical price:
    NT$30,000.00

    Aleksandra Panić / Canada
    Frozen Oranges, 2019
    Acrylic on Canvas 60.9 x 76.2 cm
    Original price NT$60,000. Speical price:
    NT$48,000.00

  • Han Hsiang Ning / Taiwan/USA
    Impression of New York, 1971
    Silk print 24x36吋 (紙);畫心:20 3/4x33吋
    Edition 75, Original price NT$52,000 Special price:
    NT$46,800.00

    Dennis Hwang / Taiwan/USA
    Two birds , 2017
    Arcylic on canvas 22.7x15.5 cm
    Original price NT$42,000. Speical price:
    NT$33,600.00

    Ching-wen Chang / Taiwan
    Deep in the night, 2020
    Ink , Color , Japanese paper 30x30cm
    NT$17,000.00

    Ching-wen Chang / Taiwan
    Afternoon , 2020
    Ink , Color , Japanese paper 30x30cm
    Original price NT$19,000. Special price:
    NT$17,000.00

    Cyoko Tamai / Japan
    Revelation Text (Horizontal), 2020
    Japanese Paper,Sumi-Black-ink 14cm×9.3cm (畫心) 30.5cm×25cm (含框)
    Original price NT$28,500. Speical price:
    NT$25,000.00

    Cyoko Tamai / Japan
    Salomé, 2013
    Japanese Paper,Sumi-Black-ink 14cm×9.3cm (畫心) 30.5cm×25cm (含框)
    Original price NT$28,500. Speical price:
    NT$25,000.00

    Cyoko Tamai / Japan
    Buddhist Angel II, 2020
    Japanese Paper, woodblock print 12.6cm×11.2cm 畫心 27.7cm× 26.3cm 畫框
    Original price NT$28,500. Speical price:
    NT$25,000.00

  • Ching-wen Chang / Taiwan
    Sunday morningI, 2020
    Ink , Color , Japanese paper 30x30cm
    Original price NT$19,000. Special price:
    NT$17,000.00

    Takashi Murakami / Japan
    Flower blooming in the equinoctial week and this world, 2013
    Offset printing four colors + foil print 50x50cm
    Edition 300 Signed by artist. Special price:
    NT$46,000.00

    Chou Chen / Taiwan
    Vestiges of Walking, 2016
    Oil on canvas 45.5x53cm
    Original price NT$52,500. Special price:
    NT$42,000.00

    Chou Chen / Taiwan
    戊戌孟春十六, 2018
    Ink on paper 31.5x90cm
    Original price NT$51,500. Special price:
    NT$41,200.00

    Aleksandra Panić / Canada
    Feeding Crows, 2020
    acrylic on canvas 50.8 x 50.8 cm
    Original price NT$36,000. Speical price:
    NT$30,000.00

    Aleksandra Panić / Canada
    Cups for three, 2018
    Acrylic on Canvas 45.7 x 45.7 cm
    Original price NT$30,000. Speical price:
    NT$25,500.00

    Aleksandra Panić / Canada
    A Wolf Who Rides the Rainbow , 2020
    Acrylic on Canvas 45.7 x 45.7 cm
    Original price NT$30,000. Speical price:
    NT$25,500.00