Karin Weber Gallery

Daisuke Teshima: Produce The Next

Daisuke Teshima: Word Coming Inwards: Flower

Daisuke Teshima: With The Connection

Daisuke Teshima: Word Coming Inwards: Lightning

Daisuke Teshima: Word Going Out No.1

Daisuke Teshima: Word Going Out No.2

Daisuke Teshima: Word Going Out No.3

Li Ting Ting: Violin

Eric Fok: 2047.49

Carmen Ng: Sleepless Night

Carmen Ng: Beginning Of Silence

Emily Allchurch: Mirrored Cities I

Emily Allchurch: Mirrored Cities II

Emily Allchurch: Capital Folly (After Piranesi)

Emily Allchurch: Grand Tour II: Homage To Soane (After Gandy)

Emily Allchurch: Sic Transit Gloria Mundi (After Piranesi)

Emily Allchurch: Tokyo Story 4: Interior (After Hiroshige)

Emily Allchurch: Tokyo Story 8: Temple (After Hiroshige)

Eric Fok: 2047.40

Eric Fok: 2047.36

Eric Fok: 2047.31

Eric Fok: Paradise 1405

Eric Fok: 2047.32

Eric Fok: 2047.34

Li Ting Ting: Chandelier

Li Ting Ting: Emerald Green Accumulated On Spring Mountains

Li Ting Ting: Pomegranate

Li Ting Ting: Summer Wood


Li Ting Ting: Fishing In Reclusion Among Mountains And Streams

Li Ting Ting: Mountain By Dong Qichang

Carmen Ng: 3/365

Daisuke Teshima: Inside And Outside Of The Frame

Exhibition Details

Exhibition

Artsy x Art Central 2020| Booth C09

Date + Time

18th March to 1st May 2020

Location

Artsy

Info

We are presenting exciting artworks by Emily Allchurch, Eric Fok, Daisuke Teshima, Li Ting Ting & Carmen Ng. ‘Trading Places’ explores narratives around globalization, trade, travel, and wider parallels between places and peoples’ lives forms the core theme of our presentation.

Emily Allchurch’s new series of bespoke pieces under this theme form the centerpiece for our booth. Her works draw compositional inspiration from c16th Venetian art and Chinese Court painting. They also refer to a literary influence – notably Italo Calvino’s ‘Invisible Cities’, recounting Marco Polo’s descriptions of fictional cities to Yuan Emperor Kublai Khan.

Eric Fok’s signature maps and artworks draw heavily on historical references and depict different cities and the trade routes that connected them. By embedding contemporary icons, Fok gives a clever twist to his arwork, making an instantaneous transition from antiquity to present day. The viewer is invited to experience two very different worlds simultaneously.

Daisuke Teshima’s figures dwell on human exchanges and parallels between people’s lives. He explores the influence of places and cultures on personal interactions, and seeks to understand diverse perspectives by swapping viewpoints. Largely influenced by 
Japanese art and Buddhist philosophies, Daisuke also introduces a comic touch from Manga culture to his unique sculptures.

Cultural icons such as crowns form the subject matter of Li Ting Ting’s delicate and ethereal inkworks. Whilst the broad narrative of all her works is preserving a link to the past in the present , her choice of subjects and their representation across cultures in the current series take this inquiry deeper.

Carmen Ng and her intelligent illustrations seek to find answers to how things work in different places . Probing and descriptive, they tell a pictorial tale of life in several milieus, identifying internal and external influences that impact an individual’s life in an increasingly global world.

 

We are presenting exciting artworks by Emily Allchurch, Eric Fok, Daisuke Teshima, Li Ting Ting & Carmen Ng. ‘Trading Places’ explores narratives around globalization, trade, travel, and wider parallels between places and peoples’ lives forms the core theme of our presentation.

Emily Allchurch’s new series of bespoke pieces under this theme form the centerpiece for our booth. Her works draw compositional inspiration from c16th Venetian art and Chinese Court painting. They also refer to a literary influence – notably Italo Calvino’s ‘Invisible Cities’, recounting Marco Polo’s descriptions of fictional cities to Yuan Emperor Kublai Khan.

Eric Fok’s signature maps and artworks draw heavily on historical references and depict different cities and the trade routes that connected them. By embedding contemporary icons, Fok gives a clever twist to his arwork, making an instantaneous transition from antiquity to present day. The viewer is invited to experience two very different worlds simultaneously.

Daisuke Teshima’s figures dwell on human exchanges and parallels between people’s lives. He explores the influence of places and cultures on personal interactions, and seeks to understand diverse perspectives by swapping viewpoints. Largely influenced by 
Japanese art and Buddhist philosophies, Daisuke also introduces a comic touch from Manga culture to his unique sculptures.

Cultural icons such as crowns form the subject matter of Li Ting Ting’s delicate and ethereal inkworks. Whilst the broad narrative of all her works is preserving a link to the past in the present , her choice of subjects and their representation across cultures in the current series take this inquiry deeper.

Carmen Ng and her intelligent illustrations seek to find answers to how things work in different places . Probing and descriptive, they tell a pictorial tale of life in several milieus, identifying internal and external influences that impact an individual’s life in an increasingly global world.