Artist News丨WANG Yahui, Shida KUO, TSONG Pu, ZHAN Wang

WANG Yahui

The Diamond that is Raindrops

WANG Yahui’s exhibition “The Diamond that is Raindrops” is currently on view at Absolute Space for the Arts in Tainan. Continuing the theme of her previous exhibition “A Brief History of Time” at ESLITE GALLERY last year, the artist explores the concept of space and time to unravel imageries hidden in her daily life. Works presented include installations, photographic works, videos and more.

  • Exhibition: The Diamond that is Raindrops
  • Date: 06.10ー07.19, 2020
  • Venue: Absolute Space for the Arts丨No.11, Ln. 205, Sec. 1, Minsheng Rd., Tainan.

WANG Yahui

Finding Time

Wang Yahui, Wanderer’s clock #2, 2019, Ink, Wood panel, Clockwork and Acrylic, 80 x 60 x 3 cm

WANG Yahui participates in “Finding Time” at TFAM Children’s Art Education Center. Running from July 4th through November 15th, this exhibition engages audiences by asking them to “find time” through observations and reflections of their daily life, as well as presents approaches through which artists examine the essence of time. It is hoped that different perspectives and imaginations can inspire new ways to contemplate about the relationship and meaning between time and oneself.

  • Exhibition: Finding Time
  • Date: 07.04ー11.15, 2020
  • Venue: TFAM Children’s Art Education Center丨No.181, Sec. 3, Zhongshan N. Rd., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei.

Shida KUO

Un/Form, De/Intellectualize

ESLITE GALLERY launched “Shida KUO: Un/Form, De/Intellectualize” in both its physical space and online viewing room on June 20th. Subsequently the phenomenal exhibition facilitated ESLITE GALLERY’s inclusion in the Artron most powerful galleries list this year. A professional guide for collectors, the ranking is derived from a comprehensive review of the galleries’ performance in various aspects ranging from academic, curatorial programming, promotional to collection achievements.

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  • Exhibition: Shida KUO: Un/Form, De/Intellectualize
  • Date: 06.20—07.26, 2020
  • Venue: B1, No. 88, Yanchang Rd., Xinyi Dist., Taipei.


Think Like An Artist

TSONG Pu is participating in a group exhibition “Think Like An Artist” at Hsinchu 241 Art Gallery, Hsinchu, with a playful installation of punctuation marks. The curator CHANG Hsin Chih sets out to investigate the questions of “What do artists think about?” and “Why make art?” by presenting artistic ideas outside the box and highlighting unique aesthetics and purports of life in this exhibition.

  • Exhibition: Think Like An Artist
  • Date: 04.01ー08.09, 2020
  • Venue: Hsinchu 241 Art Gallery丨No. 241, Zhongyang Rd., Hsinchu.


Objects of Idea

ZHAN Wang’s latest solo exhibition “Objects of Idea” opens at Long March Space, Beijing, on July 25. To the artist, the word “idea” represents the descent of inspirations and thinking of individual artists; it freely cruises within the scope of words with similar meanings, such as “thought,” “belief,” “philosophy” and “concept.” By presenting 23 works made since 1990, the exhibition seeks to highlight Zhan’s lifelong practice, versatile explorations of materials, artisanship and artistic languages, and his methodology in the integration of ideas and production.

  • Exhibition: Objects of Idea
  • Opening: 07.25, 2020
  • Venue: Long March Space丨4 Jiuxianqiao Rd., Chaoyang Dist., Beijing.