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  • Shigeki Matsuyama | Gallery Func

    Shigeki Matsuyama b.1971 he worked as a freelance illustrator creating product illustrations and advertising. Immediately following the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, Matsuyama held a solo exhibition in Tokyo called UNEASINESS. This inspired him to deviate from his 13-year career as an illustrator and begin working as an artist, so that he could create more conceptual work. Currently, he is working not only on tableaus, but also on objets and installations. WORK OVERVIEW EXHIBITIONS ARTICLES ARTWORKS EXHIBITIONS DSC03965副本.jpg ART021 Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair Nov10 - Nov 13 2022

  • Rachael Tarravechia | Gallery Func

    Rachael Tarravechia b.1995 WORK OVERVIEW EXHIBITIONS ARTICLES Rachael Tarravechia (b. 1995, UnitedStates) received a B.F.A. in painting from The Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, Georgia in the spring of 2018. She has exhibited her work internationally in the United States, Hong Kong, and France. Her work investigates the threshold of private versus public, and aim to capture fleeting, intimate moments. Moments where the room was just previously occupied, and now there are no people, no phones, no cameras, yet the aura of humanity still lingers. Tarravechia lives and works in Brooklyn, New York, and is represented by Tchotchke Gallery. ARTWORKS EXHIBITIONS DSC03916.jpg West Bund Art & Design 2022 Nov10 - Nov 13 2022

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    LINKED Byungho Lee, Jang Pa, Jiyoung Yoo, Seungcheol OK, Yaerim Ryu Sep 2 - Oct 1 2022 A Collaboration with Gallery Kiche ORIGINIS Nov8 - Dec 10 2022 GIOVANNI MOTTA

  • Ayobola Kekere-Ekun 不更 | Gallery Func

    Ayobola Kekere - Ekun b.1993 Ayobola Kekere-Ekun was born in 1993 in Lagos, Nigeria and is a contemporary visual artist. She received her BA and MA in Visual Arts from the Department of Creative Arts, University of Lagos; where she majored in Graphic Design. WORK OVERVIEW EXHIBITIONS ARTICLES ARTWORKS EXHIBITION 0X0A9159-编辑.jpg Hidden Message Nov 10 - Dec 12, 2021

  • Hannah Wilson | Gallery Func

    Hannah Wilson b.1995 Born in 1995, Hannah Wilson is a painter and draughtsperson known for their distinctive portraits of women in swimsuits. Based in Glasgow, Scotland, Hannah is currently studying for an MFA at Glasgow School of Art. Hannah completed their BA at Goldsmiths College and won the Warden’s Purchase Prize in 2016. WORK OVERVIEW EXHIBITIONS ARTICLES ARTWORKS EXHIBITIONS DSC03402.jpg Null Protocol Oct 7 - Nov 4 2022

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    Nov10 - Nov 13 2022 ART021 Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair INSTALLATION VIEWS WORKS ARTISTS motta 1000-1000.png whisper underwater, 2022 - oil, acrylic, resin, copper and mirror on canvas - 144x144cm.jp 微信图片_20221008123303.png Put the phone down 100x102 cm.jpg pod_185.png 25183cd1b23e37dafec1de62da7c713a.jpg 图片1.png 2022-10-13 155217.jpg Peter Jeppson Millie Kelly Luisa Mè Giovanni Motta Shigeki Matsuyama Tingwei LIANG Xiuching Tsay Yuna YU

  • Alexis Jang | Gallery Func

    Alexis Jang b.1985 WORK OVERVIEW EXHIBITIONS ARTICLES Alexis Jang is an illustrator and painter working and living in Berlin, Germany. A native of Korea, Jang moved to New York at the age of 19 and now works and lives in Berlin, Germany. The artist has always been inspired by the idea of 'home' and although being an outsider forever has always been an option for her, she is still fascinated by the idea of adapting or settling down. Loneliness also plays an important role, something that all human beings experience, but most intensely at this time, more than ever before. The artist attempts to convey the "feeling of happiness" through the familiar, feminine and sometimes absurd lens of her work. ARTWORKS EXHIBITIONS DSC03876.jpg West Bund Art & Design 2022 Nov10 - Nov 13 2022

  • Xiuching Tsay | Gallery Func

    Xiuching Tsay b.1993 Xiuching Tsay (b1993) is a Thailand-born artist, currently based in London. Tsay is interested in an energetic rhythm in paintings, and the interplay between colours that create dynamic landscape and dynamic development of narratives. WORK OVERVIEW EXHIBITIONS ARTICLES Tsay has been developing works engaging a fluid kind of language - both meaningful and abstract, to clarify an unclarity, to question clarity. She describes her process as simultaneously a search for logic within paintings, whilst seeking the otherness (the alien self) outside this logic. Tsay work is inspired by the pattern of natural growth and ecology of animals and plant lives, expressed in the orbital concept. Observing their physical rules, behaviours, and life fate that reminds of the mysteries of human existence. How we face an existential crisis everyday and be influenced in this shared space (world);the habitat of all beings. Building a landscape in a painting, Tsay imagines the locations,the situations, and the biological traits of the other lives, and applies the humane experiences and the familiar body. The known experience then again becomes questionable, sometimes a frightening one when it is detached from the place we’ve been. ARTWORKS EXHIBITIONS DSC03967.jpg ART021 Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair Nov10 - Nov 13 2022

  • LIANG Tingwei | Gallery Func

    LIANG Tingwei b.1990 Liang Tingwei was born in 1990 in Harbin, Heilongjiang Province and now lives in Shanghai. He graduated from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design with a degree in Contemporary Art and works in sculpture, experimental installation, painting and video, often exploring the bestiality and divinity of human nature. His works have been collected by the Poly Museum (China), ODE TO ART (Singapore) and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design (UK). Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version) WORK OVERVIEW EXHIBITIONS ARTICLES ARTWORKS EXHIBITIONS DSC03935.jpg ART021 Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair Nov10 - Nov 13 2022

  • Luisa Mè | Gallery Func

    Luisa Mè Duo since 2016 Luisa Mè (Luca Colagiacomo (b. 1990, Milan, Italy) and Francesco Pasquini (b. 1991, Pesaro, Italy)) is a duo of London-based Italian artists who have collaborated since 2016 and were educated at the Accademia di Belli Arti di Urbino, Italy (2011-2015). WORK OVERVIEW EXHIBITIONS ARTICLES As an artist duo that makes paintings and sculpture, Luisa Mè engages with themes of human existence and psychology in their work, concentrating on the dark side of the human condition, as seen through their own subjective experiences. Despite the visual seduction, their evocative body of work copes with debased and wretched human qualities, aiming to divulge potent emotions and heartfelt psychological fears. Compositionally, the pictorial plane of Luisa Mè’s paintings is dominated by expressive renderings of figurative or anthropomorphic forms in a vibrant, polychromatic palette. The freshness and originality of their compositions reveal, at closer look, a deep knowledge and respect of the Italian aesthetic tradition. An overwhelming energy transforms apparently peaceful situations into virtual struggles that force the figures into unnatural and painful contortions that are also visible in their curvaceous sculptural practice. From the purple of a hematoma to a spiky high heel, from the spread legs of a human to the beak of a tropical bird, Luisa Mè employs motifs that flutter between sexual pleasure and beauty and something more sinister and psychologically painful. Recent solo exhibitions include those at National Gallery of Marche, Urbino, Italy (2019), Union Gallery, London (2019), Her Gallery, London (2018) and T293, Rome (2017). Luisa Mè attended an artist residency at Bocs in Cosenze, Italy in 2018. Luisa Mè is represented by T293 in Rome. ARTWORKS EXHIBITIONS DSC03973.jpg DSC03907.jpg ART021 Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair Nov10 - Nov 13 2022 West Bund Art & Design 2022 Nov10 - Nov 13 2022