Rediscovering Chao Chung-Hsiang
16 March - 4 June
Alisan Fine Arts presents its ninth solo exhibition for Chao Chung-Hsiang (1919-1991), a renowned Chinese diaspora artist the gallery has been working with since 1985. From the 1950s to the 1980s, Chao progressively earned international recognition in New York after he immigrated there. His works reflect the characteristics of various important schools of painting in America and Europe such as Abstract Expressionism, Cubism, Pop Art and Action Painting. Combined with his Chinese roots, he successfully introduced a unique style of Chinese art to the West and since then has held an important position in the 20th century art world. This exhibition traces the development of Chao’s work from classical Chinese paintings to powerful black and white abstract ink paintings and finally to the integration of the East & West to create his signature florescent paintings.
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