Contemporary Art | Hong Kong 當代藝術 | 香港
Online Auction: 19–26 January 2021 • 11:00 AM HKT • Hong Kong | 網上拍賣:2021年1月19日至26日 • 上午 11:00 HKT • 香港

Contemporary Art | Hong Kong 19–26 January 2021 • 11:00 AM HKT • Hong Kong

S otheby’s is delighted to present our upcoming Contemporary Art Online Auction, offering a fantastic selection of works by leading sought-after Contemporary artists. Featuring an exciting range of works by artists such as Keith Haring, Damien Hirst, Eddie Martinez, Yayoi Kusama, Yoshitomo Nara and MADSAKI, the sale offers something for every collector, at every price level.

蘇富比搜羅一眾當代名家佳作,匯成香港今春的當代藝術網上拍賣。凱斯・哈林、達米恩・赫斯特、艾迪・瑪汀尼茲、草間彌生、奈良美智、MADSAKI 等藝術寵兒雲集一堂,東西薈萃。

Featured Highlights 焦點拍品

The Last Supper (The Big C) II 最後的晚餐(The Big C)II
Leonardo Da Vinci’s The Last Supper, on the wall of the refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan, is a masterpiece of High Renaissance achievement. For centuries, this famous and enigmatic work has captivated later generations of artists, as many have studied, referenced and reinterpreted Leonardo’s painting. Andy Warhol's fascination with the venerated image originated in his religious upbringing and inspired the artist's final series in a storied career. Taking a cue from Warhol, Japanese contemporary artist MADSAKI created his own version with The Last Supper (The Big C) II (Inspired by Andy Warhol). Read more about the ways other contemporary artists have reinterpreted Leonardo's famous masterpiece , or click on the red "hotspots" below in MADSAKI's paintings to learn more.

幾百年來,達文西《最後的晚餐》一直令無數藝術家著迷不已,他們仔細研究這幅傳世名畫,將所思所得融入自己的創作。安迪・沃荷對《最後的晚餐》的興趣源自他的家庭宗教背景,他亦從中獲得啟發,以此為題創作出人生最後一個系列,為豐富多采的藝術生涯畫下句點。日本當代藝術家MADSAKI從沃荷身上汲取靈感,淬煉出《最後的晚餐(The Big C)II(靈感自安迪・沃荷)》。 其他當代藝術家亦各有獨特方式去詮釋這幅達文西名畫 ;或請點擊下圖紅點,深入了解MADSAKI的作品。
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  • MADSAKI's Signature Style MADSAKI 典型風格

    The paint dripping from the subjects’ eyes and haphazard splatters together create a mood that suggests an unseriousness wholly in contrast with the emotional meaning and religious heft of both Warhol’s and Leonardo’s Last Supper paintings. Indeed, one of MADSAKI’s figures of Christ appears almost to be smiling.

    人物眼中淌下的顏料和隨意飛濺的痕跡營造出一種率性而為的玩世不恭,與沃荷和達文西的最後晚餐畫作中的情感含義以及沉重的宗教意味全然相反。MADSAKI筆下的其中一個耶穌像甚至看似面帶微笑。

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  • Wannabe
    Detail of Leonardo Da Vinci's The Last Supper
    達文西《最後的晚餐》局部

    MADSAKI is probably best known for his Wannabe series, which are irreverent reworkings of canonical paintings in art history. These works may be understood as mere parody, however, discernable within the works is a sense of earnest admiration for the old masters, and perhaps all of the drippy eyes and smiley-faces might in fact lampoon MADSAKI’s discomfiture at being a serious artist.

    He said of the Wannabe series: "I embrace art history itself or attempt to become one with it. I first draw the rough sketch of a masterpiece with a marker, and then I recreate it with spray paint in one go. If only for an instant, I feel possessed by an artist from the past, which gives me the illusion of acquiring freedom from this world."

    MADSAKI以風趣的手法重新演繹藝術史名作,構成興許是他最知名的「Wannabe」系列。我們大可視這些作品為純粹的惡搞,但是它們卻蘊含著對古典藝術懇切的崇敬之心。無論是流淌著顏料的眼眸,還是綻放笑意的臉龐,也許都只是MADSAKI對自己成為嚴肅藝術家的戲謔之筆。

    他曾就「Wannabe」系列說過:「我熱愛藝術史,也可以說我嘗試成為其中一員。我曾經用馬克筆大致勾勒出一幅名畫的草圖,然後用噴漆一口氣把它畫完。在某個瞬間,我彷彿被那位來自過去的藝術家附身,使我有種在這個世界得到超脫的錯覺。」

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  • Between Two Cultures 兩種文化

    Some of the source material for Warhol's The Last Supper (The Big C) came from motorcycle ads, which fits perfectly into his aesthetic program of bringing everyday, recognizable imagery into the realm of fine art. The incongruities in Warhol's works appealed to MADSAKI's on a number of levels. The Osaka-born artist grew up in a racially homogeneous U.S. suburb. His navigation of a bicultural identity, and the incongruities of life as an outsider, must surely have had a significant imprint on the artist during his most formative years. Confronted at an early age with a sense of unbelonging exacerbated by a language barrier, he turned to art, drawing, and humor as his primary means of expression.

    機車廣告是沃荷《最後的晚餐(The Big C)》其中一個靈感來源,沃荷喜歡將日常事物融入藝術創作,隨處可見的機車廣告正好符合他的美學取向。沃荷作品中的不協調特質從很多方面打動了MADSAKI。MADSAKI生於大阪,成長於美國郊區一個種族較為單一的社區。他對自身兩種文化身份的探討,以及生活上作為外來者的失諧感,想必在成長期間對他帶來重要影響。他早年因為言語不通,轉而以繪畫和幽默作為表達自我的主要方式。

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  • The Big C

    Warhol began The Last Supper series amid the backdrop of the emerging HIV/AIDS epidemic of the mid 1980s. There is a direct and personal connection between Warhol's fear of the mysterious epidemic, then called the “gay cancer”, and paintings like The Last Supper (The Big C) (1986), according to Jessica Beck, curator at the Andy Warhol Museum.

    沃荷在八十年代中愛滋病流行期間開始創作「最後的晚餐」系列。安迪・沃荷博物館策展人Jessica Beck寫道,《最後的晚餐(The Big C)》此類作品與沃荷對當時被稱為「同性戀癌症」的神秘疫症的恐懼,有著直接的個人關係。

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Visions of Spring 春意盎然

In the midst of winter, Sotheby’s Hong Kong offers a dream of new beginnings – verdant colors, floral bouquets, and seasonal change – to remind us that spring is just around the corner.

隆冬歲寒之際,我們為世界帶來萬象更新之色——新芽翠綠,花韻繽紛,還有四季更迭之象。一切都預示著:春天,已不遠矣。

Mindscapes心·境

Abstract works invite silent contemplation, guiding our thoughts to a retreat within. The lines, shapes, atmosphere and light all open to an expansive mindscape. The visual space of the paintings expresses just a suggestion of the unconscious, uncharted territory that is both unbounded and infinite. The following works of Ding Yi, Suh Seungwon, Sadamasa Motonaga, and Kazumi Nakamura share a kinship in their evocation of inner awareness, each incorporating a broad range of innovative and traditional influences.

抽象藝術發人深省,引導我們靜觀內心深處。各種線條、形狀、氛圍、光線在廣裘無垠的心境中恣意發散、翱翔。未經探索的無意識領域漫無邊際,畫作的視覺空間僅能展現其中一面。丁乙、徐承元、元永定正和中村一美的作品風格迥異,他們各自傳承新舊不同的藝術流派,卻不約而同地向內心發掘體悟,究天人之感應,成一家之風範。

DoodlelandDoodle樂園

In Doodleland odd little characters noodle across the surface, jumping from paper and canvas to cover chairs and even ping pong rackets. Eccentric and light — this is the Mr Doodle’s vision of the world in which art brings moments of delight and much needed levity, especially during challenging times when things appear far too serious.

Doodle樂園裡奇形怪狀的生物像麵條一樣彎彎曲曲地覆蓋作品表面,牠們從紙張躍入畫布,爬滿椅子前後,連乒乓球拍都不放過。Mr Doodle的世界異想天開,調皮活潑。在他看來,藝術應為人們排遣憂愁,傳播歡樂,在氣氛凝重的世道裡顯得尤其不可或缺。

The Times, They Are A-Changin'

Looking forward to a new year in 2021, we have together witnessed and left behind us moments of breathtaking historic change throughout the world. The following works reflect upon the agents of change and respectively express an understanding of these seismic shifts in recent collective memory. They are also visual reminders that we can reckon with these challenges by remaining a unified community, rather than a world of individuals.

全人類共同見證世界各地的歷史轉折,並一起揮別過去,邁向2021年。以下這些作品都反映出「變幻」此一永恆不變的主題,而且對集體回憶中的巨大變遷表達深刻見解。它們提醒我們,團結一致遠比各自為政更能有力地面對挑戰。

Life Behind the Lens 鏡頭之後

From an optical device to the invention of color film, photography has enticed artists and viewers alike with the promise of true-to-life representations. They capture collective memories of bygone eras, creating a powerful narrative of history. Or they make fantasies materialize, offering a glimpse of life as it might have been.

攝影世界經歷了從原始光學儀器到現代彩色底片的科技進步,這種藝術表達形式但求逼真,自誕生以來迷倒萬千藝術家和觀眾。攝影作品記錄下舊日光景,鋪陳出可以追根溯源的歷史敘述。它們也可以將幻想化為影像,窺探生活潛在的面貌。

Wearing Your Art on Your Sleeve 藝·飾·品

Contemporary art accessories are proof that paintings need not be hung on gallery walls and appreciated from a distance. Make it stylish and personal by wearing the luxury collaborations of KAWS, Yoshitomo Nara, Yayoi Kusama or Jonas Wood as a watch, a handbag, or a scarf.

當代藝術飾品證明藝術不只是掛在美術館牆上供人觀瞻的高嶺之花。KAWS、奈良美智、草間彌生、喬納斯・伍德與奢侈品聯乘合作,推出腕錶、手袋、圍巾等飾品,使當代藝術增添時尚風采,融入個人生活。

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