Modernology—LU Hsien-Ming’s Urban Thinking

Modernology—LU Hsien-Ming’s Urban Thinking

一位出身於美術圈的養成、了然於美術圈的潮流、但不拘於美術圈表現形式的陸上觀察家。


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My intuitive impression on Lu’s painting installations is that they are like documents informed by a sense of melancholy similar to the helpless feeling when my body was stuck on the motorcycle slipping across the urban street surface covered with steel plate while making a screeching noise. This body of works addresses the period of three decades after the lifting of martial law, during which construction sites, scaffoldings, bridges and viaducts started appearing in different corners of Taipei City and Taipei County; they belong to urban flâneurs who have lived in and through that era. Lu, as a painter immersed in modern living condition, is like a prince in disguise making rounds in the urban space resembling a mega construction site, and reveals an urbanscape of modernology—the study of modern living experiences. The primary figures in this urbanscape are the crowd, laborers, large machineries and street vendors that have rapidly vanished under the shadow of construction sites as parts of the city are being “elevated”; they also include the movable signs, street trees and buildings being “elevated” as depicted subject matters to be framed in paintings; and they are certainly the artist’s peers who have been lingering in the urban space of Taipei. All these have been captured by Lu’s calm and detail-capturing eyes, and have left a transient yet powerful impression. |Modernology: Lu Hsien-Ming’s Urban Observation|Text:GONG Jow-Jiun

目次 Content
002 序文 Preface
004 專文 Essays
006 圖版 Plates
022 老樹時期 Old Trees Period
054 城市劇場時期 Urban Theater Period
088 人物時期 Figures Period
120 陸橋時期 Bridge Period
146 創作手稿 Sketches
152 場景實境 Installation View
180 藝術家簡介 Introduction
184 藝術家年表 Timeline
190 藝術家簡歷 Biography
200 索引 Index

ISBN:9789869508193
Publishing Date:2019-04
Publisher:CHINI GALLERY
Language:Chinese.English
Cover: Hardcover
Page:207
Size:31 x 24 cm
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