TSUI Kuang-Yu 崔廣宇

His work is less about the usage of the city and more about the development and experiment of possible relationships with the environment. Instead of colliding with his environment, he chooses to protest peacefully through Art

崔廣宇

TSUI Kuang-Yu
Su-Mei TSE 謝素梅

Viewing her works, one may feel as if joining a silent party on his / her own. One can be temporarily relieved from the clamoring world of reality.

謝素梅

Su-Mei TSE
Teppei KANEUJI 金氏徹平

Teppei Kaneuji’s work stems from scholarly contemplation of what sculptures can be, yet outwardly it assumes an appearance that is contemporarily fantastical and fun.

金氏徹平

Teppei KANEUJI
CHEN Hsia-yu 陳夏雨

CHEN Hsia-yu works meld elements from Egyptian, Greek and Chinese Buddhist art, and exude the spirit of modern European and Japanese art.

陳夏雨

CHEN Hsia-yu
Hiroyuki MATSUURA 松浦浩之

Hiroyuki MATSUURA using “characters” as his subject, he imbues storytelling into his paintings while.

松浦浩之

Hiroyuki MATSUURA
Paul CHIANG 江賢二

Through those enigmatic scenes, Paul CHIANG expresses the rhythms and whispers reverberating between individual mind and the universe.

江賢二

Paul CHIANG
Ngan Leong CHEUNG 張銀亮

To infuse the pure landscape into the perceived human environment, and to inquire the intricate social forms to understand people and oneself.

張銀亮

Ngan Leong CHEUNG
ZHANG An 張安

ZHANG An use his attentive caring eyes to capture the scenes in transition, abandoned ruins, and the lives of ordinary people in the changing times.

張安

ZHANG An
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