Both are inspired by Chinese culture and traditional techniques to better mingling Western elements and create mixed works, reciprocal passages from one world to another.
The large three-dimensional floral fields Zhuang Hong Yi combine rice paper, Chinese ink and acrylic.Dynamic mixtures of textures and colors, tactile and delicate universe, they carry in their traditional Chinese substrates references to Western Impressionism but also contemporary conceptualism. The works of Zhuang Hong Yi oscillating between pure and controlled planning emotion. They are both meditation and color on analyzing the nature and form.
Lu Luo, she finds the source of his creations in traditional Chinese opera costumes. Cut out and pasted on the canvas, antique kimono becomes an icon with a multiplicity of viewpoints. The artist skillfully uses a wide variety of European processes and sometimes incorporates costumes in scenery painted in homage to some great masters of Western painting, as Matisse.
Exhibition Zhuang Lu Hong and Luo
From 1 to May 31, 2015 at Absolute Art Gallery
Open from 11 to 18.30, also on Sundays and public holidays
Closed on Wednesdays