Infinity (無限) is an exhibition of new work by renowned Chinese contemporary artist Mao Lizi (毛栗子). Mao’s latest work focuses on medium rather than message, his unrestrained paintings maintaining the integrity and coherence between accidental and natural, process and result. He captures the scale of pigment’s dark and light, rich and poor, dynamic and static forms on canvas that’s similar to Chinese ink on paper, illustrating the beauty of subtleness, poetic, and movement against the poetic scenery constructed between sense and sensibility, relaxation and tension, control and freedom.
■ Asia Art Center II, 93, Lequn 2nd Road, Taipei City (台北市樂群二路93號), tel: (02) 2754-1366. Open Tuesdays to Sundays from 10am to 6:30pm
■ Begins tomorrow. Until Feb. 6
Wang Chun-chi (王俊琪) curates Urban Synesthesia (城市‧魅感), a group exhibition of various landscapes by artists from Taiwan, South Korean, Japan and China. The works deal with sensory experience in aberrant textures of the urban landscape, often in chance discoveries or encounters.
■ Arki Galeria (築空間), B1, 2, Chongqing S Rd Sec 1, Taipei City (臺北市重慶南路一段2號B1), tel: (02) 2382-1000. Open daily from 10am to 10pm
■ Until Jan. 31
Aki Gallery is currently holding a group exhibition of painting by artists from Taiwan and Japan. As the Marefumi Komura’s oil painting (pictured above) reveals, the works were mainly chosen to present psychological and spiritual aspects of the human condition.
■ Aki Gallery (也趣藝廊), 141 Minzu W Rd, Taipei City (台北市民族西路141號), tel: (02) 2599-1171. Open Tuesdays to Sundays from noon to 6:30pm
■ Until Feb. 23