This year, TING TING ART SPACE participated for the first time in the Korea International Art Fair (Kiaf). Kiaf SEOUL brings together top galleries and institutions from around the world and is held concurrently with the international art fair brand Frieze at the COEX Center in Seoul. TING TING ART SPACE is honored to be part of this event, contributing a distinctive touch to the internationalization of global art.
Adhering to the central idea of sharing contemporary aesthetics with the world, TING TING ART SPACE presented a joint exhibition featuring eight artists during Kiaf SEOUL 2023, injecting fresh artistic nutrients into the exhibition. The booth primarily showcased captivating works from artists worldwide, spanning countries such as Spain, Slovenia, Russia, Israel, Italy, and more. It is believed that this exhibition in Seoul will yield significantly different experiences and provide viewers from diverse cultural backgrounds with a new, frameless, and unrestricted exhibition experience.
We are looking forward to TING TING ART SPACE’s continued participation in various international art events, anticipating the infusion of fresh ideas and a continued contribution to the creativity and vitality of the global art scene!
For more detailed information, please visit the official website: https://kiaf.org/
Dear all the art connoisseurs, such a pleasure to pronounce that we are about to embark on a journey of 2023 Shanghai West Bund Art and Design Expo!The expo will gather all the art and design elites from all the world. it’s a fusion of diverse cultures and exploration of different forms of art and design!
The curation aims to exhibit the diversity and unpredictable potential of contemporary art materials. Self-illuminating glass sculptures and so on hope to convey the “warm and powerful texture” to art connoisseurs with unique taste.
This time, we invited the artists: Alejandro Monge, Fernando De Ana, Kaja, Ryaskartstyle, Edoardo Cialfi and Cai Yixiu to liven up the exhibition! Also, you might bond with deeper understanding of the stories behind art and design by artist Cai Yixiu himself and gain fresh perspectives on this exhibition.
For more details ,please visit the official website:http://www.westbundshanghai.com
RYASKARTSTYLE is an artist whose creative method was shaped by the street. Concrete fences, roofs, and factory walls were RYASKARTSTYLE’s first canvases on which he printed his protest to aggressive industrialism. RYASKARTSTYLE’s paintings are deliberately simplistic – reduced to stenciled primitivism. The street became the basic school where the artist began to create poems of ideal spaces without man, in which there is only room for “absence. RYASKARTSTYLE’s first exhibitions were on fences, the sides of garbage cans, and the hulls of broken-down cars. Then RYASKARTSTYLE bolted his canvases to concrete highway structures, where he burned them with kerosene lamps. After this ritual of purification by fire, RYASKARTSTYLE turned his energy to the space of galleries and museums.
Despite this shift of interest from blasphemous industrialism to emaciated exhibition halls, his canvases retained the “absence”, acquired during a period of active protest against ruthless mechanization. This view of the artist has proved popular with a large number of collectors and art critics living in luxurious penthouse interiors, where for them RYASKARTSTYLE paintings became windows into a world of “absence .”
RYASKARTSTYLE celebrates not life, but rather its “absence.” Bright colors and open geometry of forms are cunning maneuvers of the artist, hiding the deep tragedy of man in civilized society under the celebration of decorativism: we create perfect sets of views, perfect sets of objects, perfect sets of shadows falling from our perfectly set objects… but we are not God –we cannot inhabit that was created by man.