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  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Conversion2”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Guardians’ Fall”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “In Me”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “In Me”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “In Me”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “In Me”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Oops”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Security Summit”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Security Summit”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Security Summit”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Security Summit”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “The guardian”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “The guardian”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “We Luv U Dad!”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “We Luv U Dad!”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “We Luv U Dad!”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Who Did it? Again!”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Who Did it? Again!”
  • ‘The Backup’ – sculpture by Johnson Tsang
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture
  • Johnson Tsang artist Lucid Dream 10 – 2016
  • Johnson Tsang – Trump sculpture – The other side of the president
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpteur portrait

Johnson Tsang – Sculptures

Johnson Tsang – Sculptures

Johnson Tsang - Sculpture "Oops"

Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Oops”

Johnson Tsang travaille à Hong Kong, il crée des sculptures en porcelaine, en acier inoxydable et participe à des projets d’art public.
Tsang met sa technique au service de son imagination surréaliste, et ses sculptures rassemblent souvent l’intégration des 2 éléments, «êtres humains» et «objets».
Depuis 1993, les œuvres de Tsang ont été exposées à Hong Kong, Taiwan, en Corée, Espagne, Suisse et collectées par les musées et des collectionneurs locaux et étrangers.

Son travail, notamment ses “bébés” me font beaucoup penser aux sculptures de Ronit Baranga dans l’expression.

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Sculptor based in Hong Kong who focuses on ceramics, stainless steel sculptures and public art project.
Tsang’s works mostly employ realist sculptural techniques accompanied by surrealist imagination, integrating the two elements, “human beings” and  “objects”, into creative themes. Since 1993, Tsang’s works have been exhibited in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Spain and Switzerland and collected by local and overseas museums and collectors.

His work, especially his “babies” make me think of Ronit Baranga’ sculptures.

 

  • Sonya Fu – Digitale art
  • Sonya Fu – Digitale art
  • Sonya Fu – Digitale art
  • Sonya Fu – Digitale art
  • Sonya Fu – So Close Yet So Far Away – Digitale art
  • Sonya Fu – temptation_2 – Digitale art

Sonya Fu digitale art

Sonya Fu digitale art, spleen art – Visual artist from Hong Kong

“Art is a powerful visual language and creating art is a calming and therapeutic process. I would like to share with people my dreamscape, its beauty and its oddity. It might be an eerie creature, a whimsical scenery or a disturbed beauty who speaks words of wisdom – they are all embodiments of my subconscious mind. If my work manages to stir emotions and provoke thoughts, then I am doing the right thing as an artist – creating and conveying emotion.” says Fu.

Sonya Fu – Digitale art


3D Lenticular work – “So Close Yet So Away” (2015) at AP Contemporary’s booth, Art Busan 2015, South Korea

  • Max Lau – Lilam1
  • Max Lau – Lilam
  • Max Lau – Samantha
  • Max Lau – Portrait3
  • Max Lau – Longlin2
  • Max Lau – Lilam4
  • Max Lau – Portrait
  • Max Lau – Milkis
  • Max Lau – Mermaid3
  • Max Lau – Mermaid2
  • Max Lau – Mermaid
  • Max Lau – Longlin
  • Max Lau – Linlin3
  • Max Lau – Linlin2
  • Max Lau – Linlin
  • Max Lau – Lilam5
  • Max Lau – Lilam3
  • Max Lau – Lilam2
  • Max Lau – kiki
  • Max Lau – Jellyfish
  • Max Lau – Portrait2
  • Max Lau – feuille
  • Max Lau – by dreamer
  • Max Lau

Beautiful Romantic photography : Max Lau

Beautiful Romantic photography : Max Lau
Origine :
Hong Kong

…gros faible pour la beauté des asiatiques,
et pour les magnifiques photographies de Max Lau, ambiances angéliques, fraiches et ultra fleuries entre autre.


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