• OCTOBER, 2019

    Tsubakiyama Gallery

    Nothing Decays: Selected Non-Figurative Works from Wang Yazhong

    Artist: Wang Yazhong

    We are pleased to announce the exhibition “Nothing Decays: Selected Non-Figurative Works from Wang Yazhong” at Tsubakiyama Gallery. The exhibition is composed of oil painting works and ink-wash painting works illustrating Wang’s latest concept of creation.

  • JUNE 29 - JULY 21, 2019

    Tsubakiyama Gallery

    Wandering Romance: Selected Oil Paintings of Li Min

    Artist: Li Min

    Tsubakiyama Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of artist LI Min’s solo exhibition “Wandering Romance”. The exhibition is curated from 24 pieces of realism oil painting works created by Li in past a few decades. Most of the artworks are for the first time shown to the public.

    Li is highly skilled in oil painting from his decades of practice. During years of living in America, Li started his creation with the spirit of the 20th century mainstream realism painting. With landscape as the theme, realism as the form, Li uses brushstrokes to depict the far-reaching and eternal vitality of nature, as well as the solitary state of mind of travelers wandering in the neon of urban scenery.

  • MAY 10 - AUGUST 31, 2019

    Tsubakiyama Gallery Online Exclusive

    A Poetic Return - Selected Artworks by Wang Yazhong

    Artist: Wang Yazhong

    Tsubakiyama Gallery is honored to present the series work “Green, Air, and Water” from artist Wang Yazhong.

    The creation of the series “Green, Air, and Water” has lasted for nearly 20 years. The works are concentrated expression of the artist’s exploration of life experiences and artistic concepts. The works are based off unconscious and unintentional qualities of abstract expressionism. Each piece of work is created by sudden inspiration or improvisation. The painting process is deeply intertwined with artist’s life experience: spontaneous, and random. Oil and liquid pigments flowing naturally on the canvas, the artist captures the fleeting moments of present, unplanned, and not reproducible.

    The series is named after “Green, Air, and Water”. Air and water are essential elements for life, and green metaphors growth and offspring. The painting is filled with an agile sense of fusion and diffusion, indicates the cycle of genesis, growing, prospering, and fading. The works express a poetic and unfettered sense of a free spirit, as well as a translucent state of mind towards invisible, impermanent rises and falls.

  • ART FAIR: MAR 7 - MAR 10, 2019

    ART FAIR TOKYO / Tsubakiyama Gallery

    Selected Artworks of Shen Shu-Bin: Reflections on Self-Existence

    Artist: Shen Shu-Bin

  • EXHIBITION: SEPT 28 - OCT 8, 2018

    Taiyuan Art Museum / Tsubakiyama Gallery

    A Journey to Home

    Artist: Li Min

    Exhibition『A Journey to Home 』by artist Li Min, in collaboration with Taiyuan Art Museum. The exhibition includes 70 pieces of Ink Art works, with memory of elapsed time and old towns from Ming and Qing dynasty since 16 century. Artist drafted the artworks by the sea coast of Los Angeles, with sunset of pacific, nostalgia raises.


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    Artist: Shen Shu Bin

    In the exhibition “Tomorrowland”, we included 10 numbered prints selected from the artist’s works in recent years – from the series of “The Lost”, “Tomorrowland”, “Landscape”, and “Embrace”. The artist illustrated the hidden side of the reality: develop vs destroy, vanity vs illusion. In the end, the series of Embrace captured the artist’s aspiration to make the world a better place, compassionately.

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