This comes from Fallon and Rosoff in part 3 of a report from Asia announcing the opening of the new contemporary art museum in Bankok. Scrolling down the post, the colours of this Richard Tsao painting jumped out of the screen and slapped me in my face on a slumbery Monday morning.
Another artist concerned with the yearly flooding is Richard Tsao who uses water based colors to tint his flooded studio and then sops up the color with paper.
A quick google search for more information dug of this great photo of Richard Tsao in his studio as well as some clothing designs via Asia Society
There are also some great monoprints over at Art Projects International and a bunch of other work and this other great studio shot over at ChinaSquare Gallery. Uhmm….can I just say, I’d much rather be there than here in my cubicle in front of the computer!Tags: art projects international, thailand, ChinaSquare, colour, abstract art, richard tsao
February 9, 2009 No Comments