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iGlass 2010 国际玻璃雕塑展

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遇上热流,它是柔软而粘腻的,一旦冷却,它会立即变得硬实而锐利,同时却又脆弱而易碎——时而可见、时而隐形,时而固态、时而液态,纯净如水却又坚如磐石。这就是玻璃独有的双面性,也是我对这种富有哲学色彩的创作材料着迷不已的缘由。
这也就是为什么当阆风画廊的Karen Zheng提出要策划这次i GLASS展览的时候,我便预见到这深入合作必将愉快至极。能够推荐当今玻璃艺术领域的最杰出的代表艺术家给郑小姐自由选择我深感荣幸。现在,在这里呈现的不仅仅是我与郑小姐的友谊与深入合作的成果,更是我们彼此对于艺术的热爱之情的一种分享。
iGLASS是中国最早的玻璃雕塑展之一,无论是年轻艺术家还是资深艺术家的作品都将一览无余地展现给观众。1972年在瑞士苏黎世爆发了史上第一次工作室玻璃艺术运动,它大大推动了玻璃作为一种自由的媒介在艺术和建筑之中的应用。我非常熟悉那次运动,当时全世界从事玻璃艺术创作的艺术家只有区区几百人,而现在成千上万的艺术家和我一样为玻璃艺术深深着迷着。
2010年的今天,我们置身于这些色彩斑斓、发人深思的玻璃雕塑之中,体会来自世界各地杰出雕塑家刻画出的恢弘与细腻,通过定型的雕塑直观感受地艺术家们那些弥足珍贵的灵感瞬间。
艺术创作充满了探寻与创造,这其实也是一个相对的过程。艺术家们倾注自己的能量,让作品成为情感表达的最佳途径。某种意义上而言,完成作品吸收了艺术家的能量,而作品的完成又同时能让艺术家甚至是任何发现作品的人焕发全新的能量。我亲爱的观众,对此我深信不疑,你也一定能感受到这些作品的能量!让我们为这些真正的艺术喝彩吧!
请一定要用你的眼睛去欣赏,用你的心灵去体会,去发现蕴藏在这些伟大的玻璃作品中那无与伦比的美丽。

Bert van Loo


The duality of glass is particularly appealing to me. Glass is soft and sensual when it’s hot – once cooled, it’s hard and sharp. At the same time, it’s vulnerable and fragile. I experience glass as a metaphysical material. Glass is visible – yet invisible. Glass is solid, yet fluid. Glass is as transparent as water, yet hard as a rock.

This is one of the reasons I was pleased to fully cooperate with Karen Zheng of the Levant Art Gallery, when she took the initiative to set up iGLASS. It was a pleasure for me to nominate the best of the best artists in their field. Mrs. Zheng was pleased with the recommendations, and could freely make her personal choice. And so, what we see now is the result of friendship, close cooperation and a deep love of the Arts.

iGLASS is one of the first international glass sculpture exhibitions in China that offers visitors such a great variety of young as well as mature artists. Personally, I am quite familiar with the very first movement of studio glass art, which started in 1972 in Zürich, Switzerland, and promoted glass as a free medium for the arts and architecture. At that time, only a few hundred people around the world were working with glass in this manner. Now thousands of artists use glass as an artistic medium.

In 2010, we are exhibiting a very colourful and inspiring group of sculptures, presented by excellent sculptors, who are well known all over the world. Each piece is a magnificent, delicate and precise creation, which demanded a lot of its artist.

Making art is a constant process of searching and researching. The artist must invest personal energy into the work to achieve an articulate expression of his or her emotions. At a certain point, the work achieves the power to absorb that energy, and let it flow back to the artist. Then the piece is ready to be discovered – and energize the spectator. I am sure that you, the viewer, will feel that energy too. If so, the artwork truly works, and we all have a great reason to celebrate!

So I encourage you to look, feel and experience these great works of art, to discover the unique energy and the intangible beauty of art created in glass.

Bert van Loo