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Wilson Shieh (Shieh Ka Ho)
BANK OF CHINA, HONG KONG
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860
Wilson Shieh (Shieh Ka Ho)
BANK OF CHINA, HONG KONG
Estimation
100 000150 000
Lot. Vendu 162,500 HKD (Prix d’adjudication avec commission acheteur)
ACCÉDER AU LOT

Details & Cataloguing

Contemporary Ink Art: Confluence

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Hong Kong

Wilson Shieh (Shieh Ka Ho)
B. 1970
BANK OF CHINA, HONG KONG
painted in 2010
ink and colour on silk, framed
116 by 44 cm; 47⅝ by 17⅜ in. 
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Provenance

Acquired directly from the artist by the present owner

Description

At a relatively young age, Shieh mastered the art of gongbi (fine-brush painting) and emerged on the contemporary art scene with solo exhibitions beginning in the 1990s. He has since exhibited his works in both public and private collections worldwide. Addressing modern issues such as identity, body, and dress while rendering images with utmost detail and vibrant colours; his paintings manifest concepts of hybridity and establish the illusion of three-dimensionality. 

Melding the natural human form with various well-renowned Hong Kong symbols, Bank of China is Shieh’s way of personifying the controversial issues of development and political favouritism that often surrounds major real estate projects.  Originating in his signature Architecture series where female forms wear the dress of iconic Hong Kong skyscrapers, Shieh explores the culture of corporate capitalism.

Contemporary Ink Art: Confluence

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Hong Kong