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Watchlist Artist: Hiroshi Mori

Art Experience Gallery is delighted to present to you “Glim mer ing Light Solo Exhibition of Hiroshi Mori”, the very first solo exhibition of Hiroshi Mori in Hong Kong, from 18 May 2013 to 29 June 2013.

The glittering gold base tone, splendid colors and patterns perform ed in the glamorous stage define the modern version of the classic scene The Annunciation to the Blessed Virgin Mary from the Bible. The work depicts the Christian stor y of Archangel Gabriel, the messenger of God, was sent to the Virgin Mary to announce that she will conceive and become the mother of Jesus , the son of God . Though the scene has been recreated by many diffe rent artists over the centuries, yet the Virgin Mary illustrated in the many art works is always delighted for her profound experience.

(text source: Art Experience Gallery)

Hiroshi Mori, Memories Series: Prayer no.1, 2013, Oil, acrylic, urethane, UV curable ink, mirror plating on aluminum panel , 45.5 (H) x 38 (W) cm; Courtesy of the artist & Art Experience Gallery

 

More on Hiroshi Mori (b. 1977, Tokyo, Japan)

Influenced by the Rimpa School of traditional Japanese painting and the modern animation culture, Japanese artist Hiroshi Mori vigorously tries to combine traditional art with modern expression and technologies, aiming to express the anxiousness towards reality and hopes for the future by images full of rich symbolic metaphors. His works are highly acclaimed by the Japanese art world. He was awarded Shigeo Goto Prize of “7” Tagboat Award” in 2012, Kunio Motoe Prize of “Shell Art Award 2010”.

Hiroshi Mori likes to make new attempts. During the creation of The Memories series, he tried using digital technologies to inject gold base tone into the art works without using real gold. After multiple tests, a new artistic technique is born. As for his interest in blending new technologies into his art works, he explains, “As a modern artist, I want to make use of technologies as a testament of living in this age.”

(text source: Art Experience Gallery)

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[Image on top: Hiroshi Mori, Memories – 1, 2013, Oil, acrylic, urethane, ink-jet print, mirror plating on aluminum panel , 163(H) x 224(W) cm; Courtesy of the artist & Art Experience Gallery]


Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 5/24/13 | tags: figurative mixed-media






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