第二届·无边界当代艺术展

  • 第二届·无边界当代艺术展

    • 展览时间:17年09月30日-10月20日

    • 开幕时间:2017-09-30 14:00:00-18:00:00

    • 展览地点:Shimo Center for the Arts,2117 28th St, Sacramento, CA 95818

介绍

  本届参展艺术家名录

  潘登(pandeng,china.nan jing)-1964年出生於南京。 “玩世现实”当代艺术家 作品范围油画,装置艺术。杨建侯艺术基金会会长,纽约哈德逊艺术协会会员 。现定居美国加州。
  中国的文化大革命打破和批判了一切传统道德观念和文化思想,但却没有建立新的道德和文化信仰,旧的已遭捶弃,新的没有建立,以至于在经济高速发展的今天,人们内心又一次迷失…
  马上(Shang Ma)
  马上, 1987年出生于中国杭州,毕业于旧金山艺术大学油画系,获硕士学位,目前旅居于美国旧金山,当代具象表现主义的作品风格的油画创作是他目前主要的创作方向。
  现实的生存环境,不同的文化体验,给他带来了理念上的强烈冲击,让马上从自身寻找自我存在与社会存在的联系,让他的作品画面有一种抒情的伤感,诠释着这代人的迷茫与抉择…
  丹尼尔 Daniel Hoh
  跨界艺术家丹尼尔(Daniel Hoh )是美籍北京人,1995年加州大学洛杉矶分校(UCLA)电子工程系毕业,之后一直在硅谷的高科技公司工作,是资深工程师,主要负责研发和监测各类芯 片。在20多年和硅芯片打交道的过程中看见身边无数被淘汰的芯片从此沦为废品,热爱艺术的他逐渐受他的艺术评论家夫人和许多艺术家朋友的“熏陶”而 “玩上了创作”。在接触,参观了众多新的艺术展览后,他开始琢磨怎么把高科技与艺术结合起来,创作出与众不同的艺术品,而创作材料就是手边这些虽然高精密却已成为废品的“实验未通过”硅芯片. 让它们变废为宝重新转换身份成为艺术品。
  曾妮
  曾妮出身艺术世家,曾妮幼时就显示出了绘画方面的天赋。曾妮毕业于广州美术学院油画系,目前在四川大学艺术学院任职副教授。2003年迄今,曾妮先后在中国北京、上海、广州、成都、重庆、台北,法国巴黎,挪威奥斯陆,美国旧金山,加拿大温哥华,韩国首尔,日本东京等城市参加艺术展览及活动。
  在曾妮的新作品里,我们看见了她对故土的山水、城市、古迹和文化的巨大变迁的深度思考。对一个出生,成长在长江边上的艺术家来说,长江流域越来越严重的工业污染、泥沙淤积、移民安置等问题,如同血管被严重阻塞的巨人,疲惫而病态,让她心痛,也给了她创作上的新突破。这种突破并不是声嘶力竭的呐喊,而是一种情感沉淀后的提炼与表达,变得舒缓而克制,保持着优雅的姿态。
  王子豪
  王子豪, 90后,旧金山艺术大学。当代艺术范围内的艺术形式都在尝试,以油画,水彩和装置艺术为主。王子豪的作品里有一种显而易见的“迷惑”。 或许 “寻找自己”和“沉浸”在自我的世界会让这代人与之前任何一代人有不一样的语境。
  林斐斐
  出生于辽宁省大连市。现生活工作于美国加州萨克拉门托。中国鲁迅美术学院油画系。新表现主义工作室,专业:油画,获学士学位。2011年,鲁迅美术学院新表现主义绘画研究工作室攻读研究生。2013,驻地挪威奥斯陆国立美术学院学习版2011-2014年,鲁迅美术学院新表现主义绘画研究工作室,专业:油画,获硕士学位。
  巨燕
  巨燕,生于山东,1987年毕业于山东艺术学院国画专业。2000年移居上海,2004年进入上海油雕院进修油画。2012年在上海美术馆举办《正负极》个人油画展,之后参展第九届上海双年展、上海春季艺术沙龙、韩国青州国际工艺双年展…2013年7月移民美国,现居加州。
  
  美国艺术家部分:
  Andy Cunningham
  My work is about painting. My work is about color. My work is about space,the grid, line, mass, and shape. My work is also about speed in working or theresidue of the act of working in a speedy fashion. My work is aboutcomposition. My work is about these things as content in the context of makingart. Born in New York, Andy Cunningham currently lives in Sacramento, wherehe teaches drawing at Sacramento Country Day School. Cunningham studiedstudio art at California College of Arts and Crafts and UC Davis and holds aMaster of Arts degree in Combined Media from Hunter College in New YorkCity. Cunningham’s work has been exhibited widely in the Sacramento region,including Brickhouse Gallery and the Crocker-Kinglsey Art Competition at the Crocker Art Museum; on the East Coast; and in Germany, the Netherlands,France and China. He secretly wishes he were a better fly fisherman.
  Jeff Musser
  Statement:
  Three years ago I was stagnant. I was comfortable, but my life and my art werecomplacent. I knew I was in need of a dramatic, seismic change in the way Ithought about and made paintings. I had to become REALLYUNCOMFORTABLE in order to push my life and my work in a new direction.So I moved to a country where I didn’t know anyone, had no connections,started a job I had no experience doing, with no knowledge of the language. Mymove to China was one of the most terrifying things I had ever done, but theuncomfortableness I felt reinvigorated my creative practice. This new body ofwork is based on the last two years I spent in various Chinese cities.
  Before a painting becomes a painting, I now form a rough draft by making acollage. I use my own photographs, my own drawings, and other sourcematerial to form a blueprint for a particular emotion or recollection. Thisprocess is akin to how people construct memory, drawing together fragments ofimages to provoke wider unfolding associations, inviting us to consider howactions, events and representing images are interpreted. Recently this processhas become especially relevant. For me, the value of making collages comesfrom stitching together photos as a fabric, extracting information and thenproviding that cumulative information as a totally different package in the formof a painting. Now my painting process is more spontaneous and loose. Thebrush strokes are larger, more expressive, and I allow for happy mistakes tohappen in the studio. Even my pallet has expanded to include brighter colors.My new progression parallels the many dramatic hybrids of styles that haveoccurred within Chinese contemporary art and culture.
  Gabriel M. Sanford
  Gabriel M. Sanford is an artist based in Sacramento, California. Primarily, hiswork is done with pen, ink, and colored pencils; drawing from a long seededinfluence in pattern design and madela representations. Gabriel received an AAin Art as well as Art New Media from American River College (ARC) inSacramento. He competed in various ARC exhibitions receiving several Best ofShow awards for his drawings. Gabriel has been showing his abstract drawingsin the Northern California region for the past 15 years. He also manages eventsfrom a curatorial and promotional capacity throughout the Sacramento area.One of Gabriel’s primary goals is to help showcase the talented artists that hehas been exhibiting with over the years.
  Kainan Becker
  Kainan Becker is a artist from northern CA experimenting with mixed mediumsstriving to capture human emotion. By tearing at his blank canvas with a brushand what ever instrument fits his need. He finds a place between chaos andcontrol, allowing his voice to be heard.
  Each original piece, be it on canvas, found wood, metal, or a old window ordoor, reflects the triumph of a soul finding release through startling deep,vibrant color. Each image is filled with passion, raw and visceral, brought to lifeby the workings of a creative mind, heart, and hands.
  Sometimes sad and brutal, with dark yearnings. Sometimes vibrant and light,filled with hope and longing. Often crushing with despair or filled with mysteryand secret glimmers of magic, in every piece, even the most personal andpainful, there is a golden thread of triumph. The triumph of a soul being set free.Through art, he offers you a glimpse into his depths, his dreams and emotions.Each piece is a offering to share with you a piece of his self and an invitation toexperience the hidden poetry that resides within your soul.
  Lily Mott
  Lily Mott, a multi faceted concept artist working out of Sacramento Ca. She hasa background in set design, illustrating, graphic design, photography, all ofwhich contributes to her passion for creating complicated visual dialogues.Inspired by vogue fashion photography, window displays, thrift stores andanywhere that hosts human connection or performance. The singularity for eachmedium (photography, painting, performance) is the promotion of emotionalawareness and to navigate with symbols.
  Richard Beckermeyer
  As a photographer who currently resides in Sacramento, California, I specializein documenting those in need of a visual advocate in education and health. In2010, I received the Presidential Volunteer Service Award for donating over500 hours of service throughout the year to the Center for MulticulturalCooperation, a non-profit focused on teaching storytelling skills to high schoolstudents. In 2005, I interviewed former US president Jimmy Carter about howsocial justice carried over into Habitat for Humanity.
  策展人信息
  瑛子(Berry Liu),旅美艺术评论人,专栏作家,资深媒体人,艺术策展人。
  瑛子作为国际资深媒体人、杂志专栏作家、主流媒体文化副刊主编,长期关注中国和国际当代艺术发展生存状态,并参与了许多大型和有影响力的展览和艺术界活动,同时做为艺术评论家和策展人多次受邀参与策划了国际艺术界的重要活动与展览。
  2010年瑛子移民美国加州,在美国依然从事专栏写作和艺术评论,艺术策展工作,并和国内外的文化艺术工作者保持良好合作关系。因独特的视角,并从几个方面诠释新移民和旅美艺术家及精英人物的心境和处境。她的艺术评论专栏享誉国际当代艺术界,她的文艺专栏“美国往事”之“双城浮云”系列也受到国内外读者一致好评。


  About BORDERLESS

  When the lines are blurred, spirit and creativity will collide to create a new power and revolutionary change. When culture, society, time and language all transform into artistic expression, “BORDERLESS” becomes a symbol of acceptance and conflict as well as struggle and harmony.
  “The 2nd Annual BORDERLESS Contemporary Art Exhibition,” a non-profitexhibition, encourages communication about art, culture and creativity between Chinese artists residing in the Bay Area and local Sacramentan artists.
  The BORDERLESS will represent all medias contemporary artworks thatincluding painting, installation art, experimental film, sculpture and etc.

  About artists

  Pan Deng
  Pan Deng was born in the 1960s in China. Deng lived through the Chineseculture revolution. His artistic style and inspiration come from his unique lifeexperiences that towards 1960s to now days China. His expertise is inexpressive and figurative oil paintings and mixed media pieces.
  Shang Ma
  Shang Ma was raised in Hangzhou, China. Shang began learning art at a veryyoung age and since then he’s always had a passion for art. He received hisBachelor of Arts degree from Zhejiang Normal University in Jinhua, China.After completing his B.F.A degree, Shang moved to San Francisco and got hisM.F.A degree at Academy of Art University (AAU). Now, he focuses oncontemporary expressive figure painting. Inspired by his various lifeexperiences, he found his own artistic language and art style; his unique figureart represents his perspective of life status of people and the emotions ofexistence. From 2013 to present-day, Shang continues to work on his paintingseries,“Existence,” and to look for answers about his existence from his art.
  Daniel Hoh
  Daniel Hoh is an engineer by day and passionate artist by night. His surrounding artist friends and the Bay Area art community motivate him tocreate his innovative artworks. He uses unique materials and mediums  found inthe hi-tech computer science field. Hoh gives new life to the computer chips bydrawing art inspired by history, news, society, and the world.
  Zeng Ni
  Zeng Ni was born in 1970s in Chongqing, China. She received her M.F.A.degree from Guang Zhou Academy of Fine Art, China. She is a fine art  graduate teacher and fine art associate professor at Si Chuan University. As a visiting scholar, Zeng Ni currently studies and works at the Stanford University.
  In her new works, we can see Zeng Ni’s in-depth re ections on the tremendous changes of the rivers, mountains, cities, historical sites, and cultural landscapes taking place in her native land. Born by the Yangtze River, she grew up into an artist witnessing the environmental problems such as industrial  pollution,siltation, and vegetation deterioration and so on in the Yangtze River drainage area. These sights saddened her, and also brought new breakthroughs in her artistic creation, which are not at all a yelling at the top of her voice, but a rened expression as a result of precipitation of her sentiment that is relieved and restrained, maintained in an elegant manner.”
  Zihao Wang
  Zihao Wang was born in 1995 in China. He currently studies at the Academy ofArt University. Contemporary oil and watercolor figure painting are among hisartistic expertises. As a young artist, Zihao had passion for expressing his ownsensitive feelings in his art, and discovering his own unique artistic language.
  Lin Fei Fei (b.1988) is a professional artist from Shenyang, China. She recently moved to America after completing her Master’s degree in Oil Painting at LuXun Academy of Fine Arts. She has experience working and painting in over a dozen countries and has participated in exhibitions in Europe, Asia, and the United States. The themes of Fei's art revolve around freedom and the mixture between emotions and the real world. Many of her pieces combine abstract techniques and realism to explore the energy of life and the varyingatmospheres that people live in.
  The New Element Art: “ Her paintings are a beautiful blend of emotion andmovement. In 2014 she graduated Valedictorian with her masters in oil  painting from Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts in Shenyang. During the years of  earning her masters Lin Fei Fei was awarded multiple scholarships and traveled as an exchange student to ten different countries working on many different art projects. She’s been featured in magazines around the world and now resides in Northern California where she continues to grow and excel as an artist. "
  Ju Yan
  Nationality:China
  Date of Birth:April 7th,1964
  Address in US:19417 Vineyard Ln Saratoga CA95070 San Francisco California
  Address in Shanghai (China):Building 605, 100 Jinbang Road, ChangningDistrict, Shanghai, China PC:200335
  Education information:
  2005, Shanghai Oil Painting & Sculpture Institute, Oil Painting Research and Studies 1987 Shangdong University of Arts, Fine Arts Department, Chinese Painting Member of Shanghai Artists Association
  Andy Cunningham
  My work is about painting. My work is about color. My work is about space,the grid, line, mass, and shape. My work is also about speed in working or theresidue of the act of working in a speedy fashion. My work is aboutcomposition. My work is about these things as content in the context of makingart. Born in New York, Andy Cunningham currently lives in Sacramento, wherehe teaches drawing at Sacramento Country Day School. Cunningham studiedstudio art at California College of Arts and Crafts and UC Davis and holds aMaster of Arts degree in Combined Media from Hunter College in New YorkCity. Cunningham’s work has been exhibited widely in the Sacramento region,including Brickhouse Gallery and the Crocker-Kinglsey Art Competition at the Crocker Art Museum; on the East Coast; and in Germany, the Netherlands,France and China. He secretly wishes he were a better fly fisherman.
  Jeff Musser
  Statement:
  Three years ago I was stagnant. I was comfortable, but my life and my art werecomplacent. I knew I was in need of a dramatic, seismic change in the way Ithought about and made paintings. I had to become REALLYUNCOMFORTABLE in order to push my life and my work in a new direction.So I moved to a country where I didn’t know anyone, had no connections,started a job I had no experience doing, with no knowledge of the language. Mymove to China was one of the most terrifying things I had ever done, but theuncomfortableness I felt reinvigorated my creative practice. This new body ofwork is based on the last two years I spent in various Chinese cities.
  Before a painting becomes a painting, I now form a rough draft by making acollage. I use my own photographs, my own drawings, and other sourcematerial to form a blueprint for a particular emotion or recollection. Thisprocess is akin to how people construct memory, drawing together fragments ofimages to provoke wider unfolding associations, inviting us to consider howactions, events and representing images are interpreted. Recently this processhas become especially relevant. For me, the value of making collages comesfrom stitching together photos as a fabric, extracting information and thenproviding that cumulative information as a totally different package in the formof a painting. Now my painting process is more spontaneous and loose. Thebrush strokes are larger, more expressive, and I allow for happy mistakes tohappen in the studio. Even my pallet has expanded to include brighter colors.My new progression parallels the many dramatic hybrids of styles that haveoccurred within Chinese contemporary art and culture.
  Gabriel M. Sanford
  Gabriel M. Sanford is an artist based in Sacramento, California. Primarily, hiswork is done with pen, ink, and colored pencils; drawing from a long seededinfluence in pattern design and madela representations. Gabriel received an AAin Art as well as Art New Media from American River College (ARC) inSacramento. He competed in various ARC exhibitions receiving several Best ofShow awards for his drawings. Gabriel has been showing his abstract drawingsin the Northern California region for the past 15 years. He also manages eventsfrom a curatorial and promotional capacity throughout the Sacramento area.One of Gabriel’s primary goals is to help showcase the talented artists that hehas been exhibiting with over the years.
  Kainan Becker
  Kainan Becker is a artist from northern CA experimenting with mixed mediumsstriving to capture human emotion. By tearing at his blank canvas with a brushand what ever instrument fits his need. He finds a place between chaos andcontrol, allowing his voice to be heard.
  Each original piece, be it on canvas, found wood, metal, or a old window ordoor, reflects the triumph of a soul finding release through startling deep,vibrant color. Each image is filled with passion, raw and visceral, brought to lifeby the workings of a creative mind, heart, and hands.
  Sometimes sad and brutal, with dark yearnings. Sometimes vibrant and light,filled with hope and longing. Often crushing with despair or filled with mysteryand secret glimmers of magic, in every piece, even the most personal andpainful, there is a golden thread of triumph. The triumph of a soul being set free.Through art, he offers you a glimpse into his depths, his dreams and emotions.Each piece is a offering to share with you a piece of his self and an invitation toexperience the hidden poetry that resides within your soul.
  Lily Mott
  Lily Mott, a multi faceted concept artist working out of Sacramento Ca. She hasa background in set design, illustrating, graphic design, photography, all ofwhich contributes to her passion for creating complicated visual dialogues.Inspired by vogue fashion photography, window displays, thrift stores andanywhere that hosts human connection or performance. The singularity for eachmedium (photography, painting, performance) is the promotion of emotionalawareness and to navigate with symbols.
  Richard Beckermeyer
  As a photographer who currently resides in Sacramento, California, I specializein documenting those in need of a visual advocate in education and health. In2010, I received the Presidential Volunteer Service Award for donating over500 hours of service throughout the year to the Center for MulticulturalCooperation, a non-profit focused on teaching storytelling skills to high schoolstudents. In 2005, I interviewed former US president Jimmy Carter about howsocial justice carried over into Habitat for Humanity.

  About Curator

  Berry Liu is an art critic, curator and prominent journalist.As an international senior journalist, journalism and magazine columnist and achief editor, Liu frequently observes the development of Chinese andinternational modern art. Liu has participated many influential art shows andgalleries. As an art critic and curator, Liu receives invitations to participate andhost international modern art events and galleries.In 2010, Liu immigranted from China to California. Now, Liu continues hercareer in writing, art critiquing and curating. Liu also maintains cooperative,and welcomed relationships with international artists and authors. Due to herunique perspective on the world, Liu is able to redefine the experience of aChinese immigrants and represent Chinese artists residing in the U.S. Liu’scolumns on modern art are internationally recognized, one being “Story of TwoCities.”

 

策展人

瑛子,林斐斐(执行策展人)

艺术家

潘登马上丹尼尔曾妮王子豪林斐斐巨燕Andy CumninghamJeff MusserGabriel M SanfordKainan BeckerLily Mott

Richard Beckermeyer

 

 


展览作品

潘登(pandeng,china.nan jing) 《只羡鸳鸯不羡仙 》 油画

潘登(pandeng,china.nan jing) 龙卷风 120.1x96x129.5cm 装置作品 2017

马上(Shang Ma) Existence galaxy No.3

马上(Shang Ma) Existence galaxy No.4

丹尼尔 Daniel Hoh 累倒的工程师 worn out engineer 材料:服务器芯片

丹尼尔 Daniel Hoh<<般若波罗蜜多心经在12寸硅芯片上| 12="" the="" heart="" on="" inch="" silicon="" wafer="">>

曾妮(Zeng Ni) The Yangtze River Landscape 长江山水图系列

曾妮(Zeng Ni) The Yangtze River Landscape 长江山水图系列

曾妮(Zeng Ni) 《想象的异邦》系列 140cm 70cm 宣纸水墨

王子豪(Zihao Wang) 作品图

王子豪(Zihao Wang) 作品图

林斐斐(Lin Fei Fei)作品图

林斐斐(Lin Fei Fei)作品图

林斐斐(Lin Fei Fei)作品图

巨燕(Ju Yan)《正负极系列》 油画

巨燕(Ju Yan) 正负极系列 油画 作为一种能量的载体,电线是一张无边无际巨大的蜘蛛网,是这个城市的 毛细血管,它悄悄地把电这种现代文明的血液输送到城市的每一个角落 ——无论光鲜的还是阴暗的,高贵的还是肮脏的; 无尽的能量被源源不断 送到线条的每一处末端,点燃一个个不同的激情,燃烧一个个不同的欲 望。电线是欲望的传递者,是城市生活的编织者,也是毁灭者。。。 We build a city and ran away from nature. Cities changed our life. We hold onto the wir

巨燕(Ju Yan) 融合 300x210x ... mm 玻璃,铸铁装置 2013

巨燕(Ju Yan)作品图

Andy cumningham 作品图

Andy cumningham 作品图

Jeff Musser Statement 作品图

Jeff Musser Statement 作品图

Gabriel M. Sanford 作品图

Gabriel M. Sanford 作品图

Kainan Becker 作品图

Kainan Becker 作品图

Lily Mott 作品图

Lily Mott 作品图

Richard Beckermeyer 作品图

 

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