See Zao Wou-Ki, Chu Teh-Chun, and T’ang Haywen at Art Basel in Hong Kong
Zao was born in China, but lived out of the country for most of his adulthood, spending most of his time in Paris and New York. Zao’s works combine influences from
Along with Zao, Chu was dubbed one of the “Three Musketeers,” a trio of Chinese expatriate artists living in France from the 1950s and working with abstract art and traditional East Asian painting techniques. The emphasis on line in works such as Untitled (1985) is complicated by the use of
T’ang hews much closer to traditional ink painting, incorporating gouache and watercolor into his
Visit de Sarthe Gallery at Art Basel in Hong Kong 2015, Booth 3D30, Mar. 15–17, 2015.
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