ABSTRACT ART IN DIALOGUE
Chinese New Year is right around the corner.
The Abstract Art in Dialogue exhibition opened at the New York Institute of Interior Design gallery and features artists from different cultural traditions who explore new possibilities in abstract art.
SinoVision Journal reporter Christie Clements attended the event and brings you the laziest report description ever.
TIMELINE-2017 LUNAR NEW YEAR ART SHOW
The Chinese New Year Should be spent together, with friends, family, and company. Eight contemporary artists joined together for a new exhibition entitled “Timeline-2017 Lunar New Year Art Show” at Rogue space, Chelsea.
The collection of works looks at how Chinese contemporary artists and their views on society, nature, information, and beliefs through a variety of mediums.
The Chelsea International Fine Art Competition
August 11 - August 23, 2016 Reception: Thursday August 11, 2016 6-8 PM
The artists in the Chelsea International Fine Art Competition Exhibition were selected by a panel of jurors which include curators, gallerists, and art experts as a true representation of contemporary art from around the world. Each artist has their own unique style, technique, and medium, but what ties the group together is their innovation and their inherent desire to bring forth a new perspective to the viewer.
Celina Baldasarre | Vassilina Dikidjieva | Danielle E Miller | Victoria Estacio Huckins | Cecil EciAm Gresham Sr. | Yueli Guo | Kaethe Haase Kornstein | Adam Horrigan | Dongze Huo | Esther Huser | Rodrigo Lopez Gomez | Daniel Ortega Buitrón | Eelze J Ploegh | Anat Propper Goldenberg | Nancy V. Ridenour | Fátima Sarute | Alain Schroeder | Diane Schroeder | Nora Sidoine | Akina Tokiyoshi | Liz Walinski | Wenjianglin | Xi Zhang
Dongze Huo's mixed-media works are restless, graceful, and consummate examples of the ways contemporary painting continues to innovate. Huo paints roiling shapes that push and pull at each other, building up a composition as they go. He plays with flatness and how it can create energy when manipulated correctly. At the right moment, he adds a thin line of ballpoint ink or an unexpected scratch to the surface in order to puncture the expected narrative and change its direction.
Huo was born in Xi'an, China and today lives in New York City.
HUO DONGZE: EXPRESSING EMOTIONS THROUGH ART
Chinese artist Huo Dongze found his style through a series of uncertainties and conflicts he encountered after moving to the U.S.
Based on traditional eastern philosophy and Zen meditation, Dongze focuses on expressing his emotional landscape through abstract painting works.
Sinovision Journal reporter Jane Stone interviewed him last Friday and brings you the story.