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Monochrome White Painting

Li Yuan-chia

Monochrome White Painting

Li Yuan-chia
  • Date: 1963
  • Style: Minimalism
  • Genre: abstract
  • Media: collage, oil, canvas

Li Yuan-Chia arrived in London in the early 1960s. Considered one of the founding fathers of abstract art in Taiwan, his work combined aspects of Western and Eastern thought. He used the bare language and spatial freedom of abstraction to convey existential conditions, focusing on the situation of the individual in the universe. The surface of Monochrome White Painting includes Li Yuan-Chia’s most personal visual mark: the dot or circular form, which for him symbolised the beginning and end of all things.

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