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In “Stargazers” series, Wang fosters scenes brimming with mists, diffusing color blocks as if they are sources of light, and placing vertical or parallel lines in between. These clashing elements form wrinkled folds resembling the surface of a prism.

Press Release

An odyssey exploring the phenomenon of civilization, natural environment, and humanities, “Leo Wang Solo Exhibition – The Stargazers”, is on view at Liang Gallery from August 5th to August 27th. This collection of work attempts to elevate the original poetic nature of paintings, utilizing the elements of literature as a medium and illustration as a means of narrative. Wang presents his own sci-fi …

An odyssey exploring the phenomenon of civilization, natural environment, and humanities, “Leo Wang Solo Exhibition – The Stargazers”, is on view at Liang Gallery from August 5th to August 27th. This collection of work attempts to elevate the original poetic nature of paintings, utilizing the elements of literature as a medium and illustration as a means of narrative. Wang presents his own sci-fi fantasies through the twists of abstract and figurative expressions, skillfully applying them to existing visual forms. An indication of Wang’s extended creative boundaries, his play with established …

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No. 366, Ruiguang Rd., Neihu District
Taipei, TW