Wed. - Sun. 12:00 - 19:00
No. 5, Lane 67, Section 1, Jinshan South Road, Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
For the solo show at Nunu Fine Arts this July, ChiaoHan Chueh prepares a group of works featuring skin tones, such as pink, orange and red. The paintings portray mostly female figures, who behave freely in fantastical spaces. A woman rides on another person. She reaches her hand out to subdue the woman under her, who protests and raises her head in extreme anger. Three fashionable women, with flawless smiles, cling to a gigantic phallic object. They seem to float upward, with one of them stepping on a mushroom. In ChiaoHan’s paintings, vivid colors and dynamic lines form images that are both playful and suspenseful. Titled by ChiaoHan, “The Warning Light,” the name of the exhibition refers to the mental and physical impulse that elicits a sense of danger. Such impulse originates from the instinctive feeling of the painter at the moment she takes up the brush, which is then communicated to the viewer through the lines and imageries of the paintings.