【台北·仁愛】Bluerider ART 8周年特展 2022.01.08 – 2022.3.31

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Bluerider ART 8周年特展

2022年新年到,我們一起平安跨越了新的一年。Bluerider ART 迎來成立的8周年,將於台北.仁愛盛大歡慶推出8周年特展,以象徵新年好運的金、銀、紅、白、藍、綠、橘、紫色為主題,展出精選Bluerider代理藝術家作品及近期全新創作,更有「發發發 888」8周年藝術家支持限定優惠,回饋大眾,等待您來一探驚喜。

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Willi Siber 威利·希伯
Reinoud Oudshoorn 雷諾·奧德霍恩
Carol Prusa 卡蘿·普魯莎
Nick Veasey 尼克·維西
Marck 馬克
Caro Jost 卡蘿·傑斯特
Peter Krauskopf 彼得·克勞斯科夫
Thierry Feuz 西瑞·菲茲
Angela Glajcar 安格拉·格拉札
Wolfgang Flad 沃夫岡·福拉德
Jan Kaláb 楊·克拉
Tim Freiwald 提姆·弗萊瓦德
Axel Anklam 艾克瑟·安克拉姆
Almudena Pintado 阿慕黛娜·品塔多
Rine Boyer 凌·波兒
Jessica Drenk 潔西卡·准珂
Christiane Grimm 克里斯蒂安·格琳
Bryan Ida 布萊恩·伊達
Pojui Lin 林伯瑞
Frank Maier 法蘭克·邁爾
Dylan Martinez 迪倫·馬汀尼茲
Tanja Rochelmeyer 譚雅·侯荷麥爾
Dirk Salz 迪爾克·薩爾茲
Isabella Kohlhuber 伊莎貝菈·科赫胡貝爾
Ramiro Smith Estrada 拉米羅·史密斯·埃斯特拉達
Sebastian Masegosa 賽巴斯汀·馬賽戈薩
NONOTAK studio
Amy Van Winkle 艾美·凡·溫克

Bluerider ART 8周年特展 –
Bluerider ART RenAi Gallery
展期:2022.1.8 – 2022.3.31
Tue.-Sat., 9am – 6pm
台北市大安區仁愛路四段25-1號10F
 

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Willi Siber 威利·希伯
(German, b. 1949)

With its arresting textures and unexpected media, German artist Willi Siber’s work surprises at every turn. In his hands, heavy steel may appear as weightless as a balloon, while common materials—wood, nails, cardboard — combine into otherworldly, fantastical objects. Often, at least from afar, the components of Siber’s works are mysterious; only on inspection do we see that he achieves his miraculous results with simple ingredients, performing a kind of alchemy, transforming everyday matter through ingenious acts of repurposing and recombining.

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Reinoud Oudshoorn 雷诺‧奥德霍恩
(Netherland, b. 1953)

Reinoud Oudshoorn lives and works in Amsterdam. Oudshoorn is known for his minimal sculpture by creating a bridge between the spatial illusion of a flat surface and the concrete reality of a physical object through the language of drawing and sculpture. He has held numerous solo and group exhibitions and his works entered important international collections including With exact mathematical calculation, Oudshoorn draws the perspective of the shape he would create, transforming the work from lines to planes, then from planes to a space according to the distance and the angles of viewing. Ousdhoorn’s sculptures are often made with iron and frosted glass, the latter a symbol of the contemplative, metaphysical and mysterious, atmospherically reminiscent of the muffled silence of mist, and tying in with the artist’s wish to transport a visual image into a space of one’s own imagination.

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Carol Prusa 卡蘿·普魯莎
(American, b. 1956)

Carol Prusa exhibits widely in museums and curated exhibitions with her silverpoint drawing. In 2015, she's invited to show her works in American Academy of Arts and Letters. Her work is in numerous museum collections including Perez Museum of Art in Miami Art Museum, Spencer Museum of Art in Kansas, and is officially included in collection of Museum of Arts and Design in NYC.

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Nick Veasey 尼克·維西
(British, b. 1962)

Nick Veasey uses x-ray to strip back the layers and show what it is like under the surface. The technique reveals what, and often how, things are made, which grants his art to penetrate the surface and take us on a journey into a world otherwise hidden and unseen. The artist’s work could be seen as a project that harnesses and exploits modern technology to advance the boundaries of perception and of art. By revealing the unseen details of the interior structure, material and construction, as described by London’s Victoria & Albert Museum, Veasey creates art that is redolent of a ‘forensic investigation’, which makes his work a classic example of the fusion between art and science. Nick Veasey has been exhibited internationally. His works are now in collections at V&A Museum, SFMOMA, The Museum at FIT, BMW Museum, National Science and Media Museum, Musée de Design et D’Arts Appliqués Contemporains and MOCA Taipei. He keeps broadening the possibility of his art with diverse collaboration, including projects with V&A Museum, Louis Vuitton, United Airline and Adobe.

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Marck
(Switzerland, b. 1964)

Marck currently lives and works in Zürich, Swiss. The artist is internationally recognized for his videosculpture art. His unique and exquisite technique makes his works highly desirable among collectors. Marck’s works are in collections of many art institutes, including Boston Museum in the US, ArtCenter/Istanbul in Turkey, Doosan Art Center and private museum KOO HOUSE in Korea. His creation of videosculpture had also been exhibited extensively worldwide.

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Caro Jost 卡蘿·傑斯特
(German, b. 1965)

Artist and filmmaker Caro Jost lives and works in Munich and New York. Her basic artistic theme: the documentation of time, space and events, the search for traces of the past and placing them in a current, contemporary context. In 2000 she started her long-term project STREETPRINTS in New York. Using a special, self-developed technique to capture traces of the past, she takes real imprints of streets and sidewalks on canvas from so far over 70 cities worldwide. She also creates photo- and film documentaries, like the 2014 produced film “Final Traces of the Abstract Expressionists“ about the former artist studios of the Abstract Expressionists in New York.

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Peter Krauskopf 彼得·克勞斯科夫
(German, b. 1966)

Peter Krauskopf, born in 1966, currently lives and works in Berlin. He had studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in his birth town Leipzig and later continued as a post-graduate under Arno Rink. He is famous for his break with the figurative tradition of painting in Leipzig. Among other awards Krauskopf received the Falkenrot Prize 2015. His works have been shown in plenty of institutional solo-shows, like at the Mies van der Rohe-Haus, Berlin, the Forum Kunst Rottweil, the Kunsthalle Lingen and Kunsthaus Kaufbeuren. His works have been presented in the collection of the Albertinum in Dresden; the Ludwig Forum in Aachen; the City Museum of Wrocław; the Kunstverein Ludwigshafen; the Museum Schloss Morsbroich in Leverkusen; Kupferstichkabinett and the Galerie Neue Meister in Dresden; Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg; Berlinische Galerie; and the Paul-Löbe-Haus for members of the Bundestag in Berlin..

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Thierry Feuz西瑞‧菲茲
(Swiss, b. 1968)

Thierry Feuz, MFA, The Haute École d’Art et de Design in Geneva. Lives and works in Geneva. Art, science, and philosophy meet in his art world, he is concerned about the significance of the “existence” of humankind. His works were permanently collected by the Musée d'Art et d'Histoire, Neuchâtel, Switzerland, Singapore Art Foundation, Saks Fifth Avenue Enterprises, UBS and E.SUN FHC, Breeze Center in Taiwan.

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Angela Glajcar 安格拉·格拉札
(German, b. 1970)

Born in 1970, in Mainz, Germany, Angela Glajcar now lives and works in Germany. She studied sculpture at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Nuremberg from 1991 to 1998. Glajcar has exhibited extensively and been the recipient of numerous awards and fellowships. In 1998, Glajcar received the Studio Award of the Kunststiftung Erich Hauser to draft paper collages for the steel sculpture Akrobat. In 1999, she was the recipient of the Asterstein scholarship, awarded by the government of Rhineland-Palatinate. At this point, Glajcar experiments with hanging paper works for the first time. In 2004, Glajcar received the Vordemberge-Gildewart-Award for which she produced Contrarius, a black and white site-specific installation at the Museum Wiesbaden. Shortly thereafter, Glajcar created the first Terforation in 2005. Today, the artist continues to push the capabilities of paper and also works with plastics and glass fabric. Her work is in several collections.

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Wolfgang Flad 沃夫岡·福拉德
(German, b. 1974)

Wolfgang Flad is a German artist living and workin has placed his artwork in museg in Berlin. Born in 1974, he studied textile design at Fachhochschule Reutlingen and fine arts at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Stuttgart. He has had numerous solo exhibitions in Germany and other European countries, andum collections in Germany, Switzerland, and the Netherlands. Primarily a sculptor, Flad is interested in “upcycling” previously used material, and in creating unexpected associations and connections between art and the natural world.

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Jan Kaláb楊‧克拉
(Czech Republic, b.1978)

Jan Kaláb was born in Czechoslovakia in 1978, during a time when urban art was not seen in the Eastern world. In the 1990s, when the country began to open itself up to Western influences, Kaláb became one of the pioneers of graffiti art. Since 2007, he has focused on the abstraction of form and colour in his studio work, and studied formally at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague. For a decade the artist has explored this depth and motion with a vibrant chromatic energy, exhibiting in institutions throughout Europe, and North and South America. His geometric murals can also be seen in the streets of Prague, London or Bogota.

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Tim Freiwald 提姆·弗萊瓦德
(German, b.1986)

Tim Freiwald, a master student of Thomas Scheibitz and Jerry Zeniuk, is a deconstructionist color painter. During his studies, Tim Freiwald received numerous prizes and grants. From 2018 to 2019 he completed a one-year scholarship at the Villa Concordia, Bamberg. He was also the prize winner of Art Cologne sponsorship program "New Positions" in 2018. In 2020, the young talent just presented his first large institutional solo exhibition “Keeping Things Whole” at the Kunsthalle Bremerhaven.

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Axel Anklam 艾克瑟·安克拉姆
(German, b. 1971)

畢業於柏林藝術大學,現居住、創作於柏林。Anklam 就讀於哈雷藝術與設計大學期間開始接觸雕塑並著墨於金屬物件,而後於2004年進入柏林藝術大學,在知名雕塑家Tony Cragg 的引導下持續鑽研雕塑並取得碩士學位。作品媒材包含金屬與不鏽鋼,Anklam 透過結合如玻璃纖維、環氧樹脂等的現代素材來增加作品的層次。軟材和硬材的結合呈現簡約、直白、清晰的語彙,他的雕塑作品透過光影與空間的交互作用構築而成。彼此跟隨並不斷流動的型態創造出視覺上獨特的感受。Anklam 也喜歡使用透明或不透明的素材,像是不銹鋼網、環氧樹脂或乳膠,以光影和環境的變化創造新的視角。

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Almudena Pintado阿慕黛娜·品塔多
(Spain , b. 1969

Almudena Pintado阿慕黛娜.品塔多,出生於西班牙,目前創作及居住於瑞士。作品曾多次參與國際展覽及藝博會,遍及西班牙、瑞士、法國、比利時、義大利、哥倫比亞、墨西哥、阿根廷、美國、伊朗、新加坡、巴西多國。展覽經驗包含巴黎羅浮宮卡魯索博物館,墨西哥美洲博物館,也曾受邀參與墨西哥駐加州大使館蒂華納文化中心的藝術項目。其豐富的得獎經歷包含巴西國家藝術學院榮譽獎項,巴黎國家藝術組織獎項,巴黎藝術學院組織銅獎,以及西班牙柯爾多瓦聯盟首個國際藝術獎項。

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Rine Boyer 凌·波兒
(American, b. 1982)

Chicago artist Rine Boyer is known for characterizing figures with simple outline and applies repetitive patterns to detail the personality of individuals. With iconic shapes and spirited colors, this has become her unique and notable style of her art.

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Christiane Grimm 克里斯蒂安·格琳
(German, b. 1957)

Christiane Grimm's artistic work is characterized by colors and their interrelationship. Her concept to from images is breaking through the formal stringency of abstract geometric art. In her latest pieces she is totally opening them and arranges them freely. Despite the diversity of shapes in her composition she accentuates the sensual aspect of colour. She is aiming at the process of seeing and on the movement of colours. In her objects she sets colour and form in such a way, that the one broken through the other, produces a calculated and at the same time vital image world.

Christiane Grimm's artistic work is characterized by colors and their interrelationship. Her concept to from images is breaking through the formal stringency of abstract geometric art. In her latest pieces she is totally opening them and arranges them freely. Despite the diversity of shapes in her composition she accentuates the sensual aspect of colour. She is aiming at the process of seeing and on the movement of colours. In her objects she sets colour and form in such a way, that the one broken through the other, produces a calculated and at the same time vital image world. They are poetic formations of light and floating surfaces- very rarely also achromatic. Through the use of reeded acrylic glass, Grimm achieves optical effects that are contrary to a clear spatial perception. Owing to the refraction of the color on the finely delineated ribbed glass, her work has a decidedly painterly character and seems to be less an assemblage of different materials. The artist creates the colors as simultaneous contrasts, which converge or diverge. Depending on the choice and composition of the colors, their relationship with each other is either more complementary or noncomplementary. The intuitively set colour tones appear to the viewer consonant or dissonant. The simultaneous interplay of the colors is in motion and aims at the attentive and active perception of the viewer. The reason why Grimm's pictures cannot be appreciated at a glance, is founded in the fact that light and how it is guided, is an essential part of her objects. She collages various materials such as specially colored papers and mirror surfaces, to include the ambient light in her conception. It is particularly fascinating to experience her objects in different light situations. Depending on the lighting, surfaces appear which were not noticed before; also areas, that were previously in the dark, flash up. Often certain color values are intensified so far that they appear to glow. The viewpoint plays an essential role for its perception. A step forward or backward, to the left or to the right can cause completely different or new visual impressions. With well-calculated artistic means Grimm achieves arrives, to give the static structure of her color compositions a stupendously real and virtual dynamic on different levels. The light transforms the states of the image and the perception alike. Christiane Grimm's subtle colored and non-colored picture objects often cause surprise. This generates curiosity to become acquainted with the individual piece of art closer and more intensely in all the ways it appears and the artist`s oeuvre in its various facets.

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Bryan Ida 布萊恩·伊達
(American, b.1963)

Bryan Ida is an American artist who currently resides in Los Angeles. As a master mixing acrylic paints, epoxy and polyester, Ida shows his talent by applying unique material on forming abstract landscapes as a great play of color, light and composition. His work has been featured in dozens of museums. Notable recent shows are at Lancaster Museum of Art and History, Riverside Art Museum, Long Beach Museum of Art, Torrance Art Museum and Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles. His works is currently in Microsoft Corporate collection and Genencor International collection.

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Frank Maier 法蘭克·邁爾
(German, b. 1966)

Frank Maier法蘭克.邁爾,出生於德國斯圖加特,曾於喀斯魯美術學院主修雕塑,於1996 年獲得了巴登符騰堡州授予的維也納研究生居留權,目前創作及居住於德國柏林。作品曾多次參與國際展覽遍及德國、法國、英國、美國、澳洲、義大利等國,展覽經驗包括中國青島雕塑美術館、施瓦本哈爾市政府、布蘭登堡藝術協會等作品由巴伐利亞州立美術館、慕尼黑現代藝術陳列館、德國鐘錶品牌Kienzle藝術基金會等重要機構及私人藏家永久收藏。

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Dylan Martinez 迪倫·馬汀尼茲
(American, b.1962)

Our vision has the greatest effect on our understanding of the world. Through his artwork, Dylan Martinez creates scenarios in which the viewer must question their capacity to navigate between reality and illusion. His curiosity of perception is driven by the fact that Martinez is red-green colorblind. Having a deficit in his color vision is an alternative way of seeing. Inspired by Trompe L’oeil, Water Bag series is entirely hot sculpted glass, which appear as plastic bags of water. The trapped movement of the rising bubbles and the gesture of the forms convince the eye that the sculptures are just as they seem. What is fascinating is that our desires often override our true perception of reality and you believe what you think is visible as the truth.

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Tanja Rochelmeyer 譚雅·侯荷麥爾
(German, b. 1975)

畢業於柏林技術與經濟應用科學大學,現定居於德國柏林。 Tanja Rochelmeyer 的許多創作養分源自於他的工程學背景,例如關於對細節的專注和數理上的精確 性,然而計算不是創造的媒介,而是著手創作的中間步驟。過去受到作為一位工 程師的訓練,讓技術上的完美主義成為他的優勢,與影像創作的時刻形成了鮮明 對比,最終定位於他本身和創作的主體。「建構主義與未來主義和最新的建築相 遇,並融合為一種新的現代繪畫語言。」Tanja Rochelmeyer 創造了迷宮般的、 分散的空間配置,更帶來圖像概念的多視角。

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Dirk Salz 迪爾克·薩爾茲
(German, b. 1962)

Dirk Salz lives and works in Cologne. He was born 1962 in Bochum, Germany, to an artistic family. Through his childhood and high school, he grew up painting, drawing, and studying art history. Salz’ artistic work deals in different manners with human perception or rather with the insufficiency of our mind that shapes this perception. His work can be found in a number of private collections, as well as prominent corporate collections, such as the Akzo Nobel Art Foundation.

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Isabella Kohlhuber 伊莎貝菈·科赫胡貝爾
(Austria, B.1982)

I have come to focus on language as my primary media because I consider artworks as crystalline structures of meaning. They are not only pieces of decoration for modern homes but they transports messages. In history painters were engaged to tell stories in a universal manner in order to preserve time – similar to taking a note, to writing history. At a certain point in my art career, when I was still studying painting, I was wondering what kind of knowledge allows us to “read” such images? I believe this is what we do when we look at a picture: We try to understand it. Ever since, I have worked on understanding the process of understanding.

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Ramiro Smith Estrada 拉米羅·史密斯·埃斯特拉達
(American, b. 1984)

Ramiro Smith Estrada, 1984, lives and works in Buenos Aires. He pursued Engraving as a career at Universidad del Museo Social Argentino in 2007. He was selected to be displayed at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts in the field of Engraving in 2010 and 2013, and to the Williams Award in 2012. In 2014 he was selected to attend the Contemporary Artistic Practices clinic (PAC, for its initials in Spanish) conducted by Gachi Prieto Gallery and delivered by renowned artists and professors Eduardo Stupia, Rodrigo Alonso, Rafael Cippoletti and Andres Wassiman. The same year he took part of a four-Argentinian-artist showing exhibition at VICE Gallery in the context of Art Basel Miami Beach. In 2015 he participated in an art residency program at LaVallee in Brussels, Belgium.

His work revolves around contemporary modalities and the ways we see and portray ourselves. Through a narcissistic standpoint, we are constantly weaving a tale of who we are; fashionable, current and up to date. As on social media, his paintings attempt to highlight and beautify the “mundane” and at the same time exacerbate the clash between fleeing narcissism and the weight of culture. The “ornament” then functions as a means of symbolic and formal decoration.

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Sebastian Masegosa 賽巴斯汀·馬賽戈薩
(Argentina, b.1974)

Sebastian Masegosa ,阿根廷泛美藝術大學 Panamerican University of Art畢業,居住及創作於阿根廷。作品利用壓克力、油、烤漆、石油、腐蝕性材料等不同媒材的性質,進行抽象風格繪畫創作,屬非傳統表現型態、銷售熱烈藝術家。曾於阿根廷國家藝術基金會(Fondo Nacional de las Artes),阿根廷國家裝飾藝術博物館(Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo),蒂雷格藝術博物館(Museo de Arte Tigre),門多薩現代藝術博物館(Museo de Arte Moderno, Mendoza)等美術館展出。作品獲內烏肯國立藝術博物館 (MNBA Neuquén)收藏,及眾多私人藏家青睞,如葡萄牙知名建築師 Manuel Aires Mateus。

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NONOTAK STUDIO
(EST. 2011)

NONOTAK studio, created in late 2011, is the collaboration between the illustrator Noemi Schipfer and the architect musician Takami Nakamoto. and they start to work later in 2013 on light and sound installations, creating an ethereal, immersive and dreamlike environment meant to envelope the viewer, capitalizing on Takami Nakamoto’s approach of space & sound, and Noemi Schipfer’s experience in kinetic visual. DAYDREAM is an audiovisual installation that generates space distortions. Relationship between space and time, accelerations, contractions, shifts and metamorphosis have been the lexical field of the project. This installation aimed at establishing a physical connection between the virtual space and the real space, blurring the limits and submerging the audience into a short detachment from reality. It’s an invitation to contemplation. The frontality of the installation leads the visitors to a passive position.

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Amy Van Winkle 艾美·凡·溫克
(American, b.1970)

Born in Norwood, currently lives and works in Chicago, Amy Van Winkle is a self-taught artist. Her early artistic pursuits involved a #2 pencil and a sketchpad. From there she began creating mixed media work on canvas with old textbooks and acrylic. Her influences include Gerhard Richter, Mark Rothko and Cy Twombly. Along with these artist's influences, there's always a hint of structure and control to her abstract paintings. Amy Van Winkle has participated in multiple shows in the U.S.A. including Freeport Art Museum, and her works are included in the collection of various noted enterprises including Bank of Holland.

Amy works mainly in the medium of Encaustic and oil paint. During the creative process of her oil paintings, she usually scrapes the surface on which it adds texture and creates a dialog between the fused layer. Encaustic, with over 3000 years of history, is a wax based medium applied on mural paintings in ancient Greece. As the oldest known pigment binder, encaustic combines molten beeswax with dry pigment and tree resin which makes it impervious to moisture and can last long. In Amy Van Winkle’s encaustic works, she keeps the transparency of watercolors and the volume of oil paint.

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