Japanese artist Satoshi Katayama uses kanji characters to create beautiful fluid brushwork pieces as part of Sin Sin Fine Art’s summer exhibition.
Sin Sin Man and WADO Project are collaborating to bring Japanese artist’s Satoshi Katayama’s “Water” series to Hong Kong. In this series, Satoshi demonstrates to audiences how actual meaning of his kanji characters are in fact, secondary to the fluidity of brushstrokes. The characters are used simply as metaphors to create a spiritual connection with the audience, relating to the formless nothingness of water. Explore this up-and-coming artist’s graceful work with sumi ink at Sin Sin Fine Art.
|Venue name:||Sin Sin Fine Art||Contact:|
52-54 Sai Street
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 9.30am-6.30pm|
|Event phone:||2858 5072|