Small Like Mount Tai

Room 2601|Paper‭ ‬and aluminum on‭ ‬canvas 35x25.5cm 2017

Zhuang Pu uses square seal prints as the basic units in his artwork. With cubistic or geometric hard-edge composition, he presents movement and self-discipline of concepts. Seal prints are placed in predefined spots to record his deepest and most intense internal activities in the simplest form. Limited language tells romantic tales. He doesn’t draw or paint to create an image. Instead, he applies an approach similar to “rubbing, reflection and echo” and repeatedly uses 1 cm by 1 cm seals to stamp out colorful contents. Black and white colors are the basic tones in his innovative seal print series. Diagonal lines are cut in the squares to suggest folds and create a three-dimensional sense of space on the 2D work. Objects readily available are utilized. Rusted worn-out aluminum strips are also used in this work.

Tsong Pu

1978 Graduated from La Escuela Superior de Bellas Artes de San Fernando de Madrid, Spain
1947 Born in Shanghai, China

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2015 Tsong Pu’s Twelve Monologues-Multicolored Bamboo, Tsong Pu Solo Exhibition, Beijing Art Now Gallery, Beijing, China
2015 “Settlement of time”, Tsong Pu Solo Exhibition, Main Trend Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan
2014 The 8th Shenzhen Sculpture Biennale, Shenzhen, China
2014 “Beckoning to a Myth”, Tsong Pu Solo Exhibition, Main Trend Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan
2013 “Der Turm der Leuchtenden Sterne”, Tsong Pu Solo Exhibition, Apartment of Art, Munich, Germany

Selected Group Exhibitions
2016 “Taiwan Biennial the Possibility of an Island”, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Art Taichung, Taiwan
2016 “The Future Invitation”, Farglory Museums, Taipei, Taiwan
2015 "TRANSCENDENCE AND SYMBOL", Liang Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan
2014 "Eslite Gallery’s 25th Anniversary Exhibition", Taipei, Taiwan
2013 “Asia Cruise” Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, Taiwan

2014 Excellence Award, 4th Public Art in Taiwan Award, Taiwan
2012 “The 3rd Public Arts Awards”, Department of Rapid Transit Systems, Taipei City Government, Taiwan
2009 “The 13th Taipei Culture Award” for IT Park Gallery, Taipei City Government Department of Cultural Affairs, Taiwan
2007 “The Best of Creativity,” The 1st Public Art Awards, Council for Cultural Affairs (CCA), Taiwan
1992 “Taipei Biennial of Contemporary Art Award,” Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan
1984 “Taipei City Mayor Award for A New Vision of Contemporary Chinese Painting”, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan







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