Exhibition | RE-SEE
From June 6 to July 18 2020, Independent & Image Art Space is glad to present the online exhibition “Re-see”. We showcase artworks of painting, photography, sculpture and digital art created by 12 artists from different places in the world, in response to the exhibition theme “Re-see”.
In a certain sense, art calls on people to "re-see" constantly. The masterpieces of art in the museum attract generation to generation of viewers to appreciate and taste them again and again. They are mirrors for people understanding the past. For artists, artistic creation is also some kind of "re-see". Learn mature art skills and integrate them into your own creation; get creative inspiration from the works of previous art masters; transform your personal experience, memory, etc. into artworks; express your personal reflection about history, present, and future in an artistic language... Of course, there are many ways to "re-see".
For artists, to “re-see” doesn’t mean to follow the old rules. They often propose new readings and interpretations in the current cultural context. If there are no old things, how can the new things come. If one doesn’t know the “old”, how can he/she discover the "new". "Re-see" is to look back, but also to start off; it is about looking at the past, but more about looking into the future with new dimensions and perspectives.
Artists: Riccardo Bandiera (Italy), Peter Binz (Switzerland), Feng Yan (China), Francesco Gioacchini (Italy), Heikedine Günther (Switzerland), Hildegarde Handsaeme (Belgium), Michael Koerner (USA), Kojo Marfo (UK), Josip Rubes (Croatia), Ruthorn Rujianurak (Thailand), Alexander Saner (Switzerland), Eduard Zentsik (Estonia)
Riccardo Bandiera, Clorofilla 003, 2020
Peter Binz, Virtual sculpture with black shadows in a white room No.2, 2020
Feng Yan, Five senses 3, 2020
Francesco Gioacchini, Bodies from art, 2020
Heikedine Günther, Core No. 305, 2019
Hildegarde Handsaeme, Flying Lovers, 2011
Michael Koerner, Sight and Sound, 2016
Kojo Marfo, Divine Energy, 2020
Josip Rubes, Geometric abstraction, 2020
Ruthorn Rujianurak, Untitled 71, 2020
Alexander Saner, Static 5, 2016
Eduard Zentsik, Dance, 2019