Johnson Tsang: Escultor genial

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Johnson Tsang es un escultor de Hong Kong conocido por sus esculturas cómicas y surrealistas de cerámica y bronce. Ha expuesto su trabajo en galerías y museos de todo el mundo, incluyendo el Museo de Bellas Artes de Boston, el Museo Nacional de China en Beijing y el Victoria and Albert Museum de Londres. Algunas de sus esculturas notables incluyen “Pouring Vase”, un jarrón que parece estar vertiendo su contenido en el suelo, y “The Birth”, una escultura de un bebé emergiendo de un huevo. El trabajo de Tsang a menudo incorpora elementos de absurdismo y jugueteo, y ha sido considerado como un “escultor surrealista”.

Bio (english) Johnson Tsang

Johnson Tsang is a Hong Kong-based sculptor known for his humorous and surreal ceramic and bronze sculptures. He has exhibited his work in galleries and museums around the world, including the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the National Museum of China in Beijing, and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Some of his notable sculptures include “Pouring Vase,” a vase that appears to be pouring its contents into the ground, and “The Birth,” a sculpture of a baby emerging from an egg. Tsang’s work often incorporates elements of absurdity and playfulness, and he has been referred to as a “surrealist sculptor.”

 


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