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2023 ART SHENZHEN CONTEMPORARY ART FAIR

Hall 6 Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center

Arch Gallery Booth:C20

 

The 10th Art Shenzhen will be held from September 7 to 10, 2023, in Hall 6 of the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center (located in Futian Central District). This expo brings together 83 high-quality art institutions from 16 countries and regions and 33 cities, presenting a heavyweight lineup of exhibitors. Thousands of domestic and foreign art masterpieces spanning various forms such as painting, sculpture, photography, installation, and digital art will be displayed on site, fully displaying the diversified artistic charm and presenting a world-class art feast to the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.

In this Shenzhen Art Fair, Arch Gallery brought the works of three outstanding artists, June Fischer, Guo Yujian, and Shi Yiran. As an art institution participating in the first Art Shenzhen Fair, I am very happy to receive the love and recognition of many art lovers and art collectors in Shenzhen during this art week.

On site

June Fischer

 June Fischer, Flausen Fusion III,  Screen print on ceramics,, polyurethan, 46×38×9 cm, 2022
June Fischer, Flausen Fusion III,  Screen print on ceramics, polyurethan, 42×37×7 cm, 2022

The script “Stuzzicadenti” created by June Fischer using Automatic Writing is composed of words written unconsciously. Stripped of its context or deducible possibilities, this manuscript embodies June’s complex combination of memories, emotions, and associations. Her works excerpt the words and try to present them concretely.

The modular presentation of ceramics, screen-printed patterns and sculptures are all derived from June’s fictional narrative. The combination of chaotic images and different fine materials and textures in the works makes you feel the interaction and diffusion between them. The frame usually limited by stems and containing the image is deconstructed, the space between the two blocks is broken and the boundaries are extended. Her works refuse to be interpreted by fixed logic, and viewers’ interpretations from different perspectives can create understanding in the contemporary context.

 

 

Yiran Shi

 Yiran Shi, World Map,  Kent paper on wood board, 90×125 cm, 2022
Yiran Shi, Night on the earth,  Kent paper on wood board, 87×71 cm, 2022

Yiran Shi is good at depicting “super-sensual” and strange enchantments with realistic techniques. She is committed to exploring the semantics of color itself, releasing the grammar of color itself with values ​​that are almost beyond the color gamut, allowing light and color to become a constantly emerging reality.

At the same time, she dissolves the details of the picture into the whole, returning painting to painting in a simple way. She borrowed the technique of layering colors from printmaking to turn the brush strokes into simple intervals, thereby more clearly demonstrating the dimension of time. She also uses collage sparingly, allowing traces from industrial and printing culture and fragments from different image systems to intervene in the painting. The slightly production-like carvings and calligraphy brushstrokes collide with each other to create a surrealist poetry.

 

Yujian Guo

Yujian Guo, Down by the steam, away from the Cloister, Oil on canvas, 200×150 cm, 2021
Yujian Guo, Dangerous Complicity 3, Oil on canvas, 130×160 cm,  2022

Yujian Guo does not intentionally design and arrange the graphic content in the paintings during his creation. His understanding of painting is based on the act of painting itself. The accumulation of knowledge or theory is to make his intuition more intuitive. Simple and effective, he does not directly appropriate ready-made icons. Everything in the painting appears after he allows his intuition to lead him.

In Yujian Guo‘s view, the process of painting is more important than being designed and step-by-step to achieve a certain effect. The charm of painting art is to present “intuitive timeliness” through human hands, and it can automatically express itself through various cultural contexts. There will be different works produced. Yujian Guo’s study in Italy helped him to understand Western classical art more deeply in the contemporary context. The artist combined his own aesthetic preferences, knowledge accumulation and painting skills to create a style of work that has both classical temperament and contemporary visual effects. Therefore, Yujian Guo  The classical temperament revealed in his works is a combination of Chinese and Western origins.

ART FAIR VIEWS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exhibitions

过往展览

2024.3.10

Arched Wave: Beyond the Boundaries of Geography

Artists: Mutian Chen, Longing Hu, Xiaoliang Huang, Ying Li, Mingjun Luo, Bing Ma, Jianping Zou
Curator: Xinyu Wong

Arched wave: Throwing the hidden string in the discontinuity

Artists: Qiushi Chen, Yujian Guo, Mingjun Luo, Lijun Wang, Li Zhou, Wei Zhou
Producer: Wenjing

Flower For Algernon

Artists: Jing Wang/ Yiwen Zhao
Curator: Xinyu Wong

Perceptual Track

Artists: Haiqiang Guo、Hang Su、Sibo Wu、Wei Zhou
Curator: Yu Xie

Art Channel

艺术频道

ARCH INTERVIEW | Guo Yujian

Since then, I have tried to let daydream-like imagination seep into the picture, and those earlier, more symbolic images have also been naturally diluted. Perhaps, it is precisely because of the temperament that seems to be infiltrated by the picture and some image contents that are contrary to reality that cause the association like a dream.

ARCH REVIEW | Making Complicity

When the painting is really close to us, the first thing that appears to our eyes is this Le cimetière marin[1] written by Valéry in 1922. The curators Hu Yihang and Zhang Tingzhi, together with artist Guo Yujian, divided the exhibition “Dangerous Complicity” in the gallery into three chapters with words and symbols: imagination, a plateau, and a theatre.

ARCH REVIEW | Gaze in the Dim Glow

“The Task of Alchemy”, Pocono Zhao Yu’s solo exhibition at Arch Gallery, presents a subtle sense of time traveling. As the title of the exhibition alludes to, it is as if the smelting and mysterious deeds of some spiritual objects. Within the whisper that fluttering outside of time, this enormous task is under the invisible dome of time.

ARCH 采访 | 郭宇剑

从那时起我尝试让白日梦式的想象力渗到画面中去,那些较早之前象征意味较浓的图示也被自然地冲淡了。或许正是因为这种像是被什么浸润过的画面所流淌出的气质和一些与现实相违和的图像内容才造成了类似梦境似的联想。

ARCH REVIEW | 郭宇剑:危险同谋

在看向郭宇剑的作品时,被描绘的总是在流动的状态中,相互间有着联系的密语成为图像回避我们、又逼近我们扑面而来。我们视线内成形在画布上的作品是尚未到来、在过渡中、即将迎接变化,直到感受盈满,它才会把我们推远。

ARCH 采访 | 梁浩

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