In the work presented in this catalogue, Wang Huaxiang expresses how he sees and what he feels about the contemporary world. There are no more scenes from reality, no identifiable figures and no sense of time and place that a realistic work requires. Instead, he introduces absurdity and humour to scenes of daily life in which reality and history are overlapped. Through the disconnected objects, people and shapes, Wang brings to our attention the danger of contemporary society falling to pieces. Catalogue includes artist's biography.



在本圖錄選載的作品當中,王華祥展示了自己觀照和體驗當代社會的方式。他在畫中省略了一些寫實作品中必不可少的真實場景,亦摒棄了為人熟悉的人物和時空概念。但他卻在現實和歷史交錯的尋常生活片段中,注入了荒誕和幽默的元素。王華祥借用支離破碎的事物、人物和形狀,彰顯了當代社會分崩離析的危機。本圖錄亦載有藝術家的簡歷。

Access level

Onsite

Location code MON.WHX
Language

Chinese - Traditional, 

English

Publication/Creation date

1996

ISBN / ISSN

9628508814

No of copies

2

Content type

artist monograph, 

catalogue

Chapter headings
The Collapse of Natural Order - YIN Shuangxi, 殷雙喜
Between Reality and Nothingness - YI Ying, 易英
Between Reality and Nothingness: The Recent Work of Wang Hua Xiang
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Between Reality and Nothingness: The Recent Work of Wang Hua Xiang, 在現實與虛無之間:王華祥近作品集