作为认真投入的艺术收藏家，我们很高兴能不断地增加K11典藏中的收藏，其中特别新增了一些世界顶尖的艺术家：奥拉维尔•埃利亚松 (Olafur Eliasson)丶金氏彻平 (Teppei Kaneuji)及因卡•索尼巴尔 (Yinka Shonibare)等的作品，拉近本地和国际的艺术文化交流。
The recurring image of the dog is one of the most important symbols in artist Yoshitomo Nara’s work for its ability to express a wide range of human emotions. A good example would be the artist’s famous illustration of “The Lonesome Puppy” – it portrays the dog as a being of richness and depth. Sculpture piece “Big Pup Head” consists of two pieces – one in white and the other in black. Nara’s playful, creative take renders the dogs almost mythical. The dogs’ gentle complexions combined with their ginormous presence elicit a feeling of childhood wonder and warmth. Materials: FRP (Fiberglass Reinforced Plastics)
Yoshitomo Nara has amassed an international following for his charming-but-peculiar renditions of children and animals via various media, the characters that he has created are some of the most recognisable images in contemporary Japanese art. The characters bear a variety of expressions: defiant, aggressive, melancholic or contemplative. Behind their adorable appearances lie the suggestion of a strong will and inexplicable feelings, reminding us of the depth of human psychology in which opposite emotions can coexist, stimulating our creative imagination.
Medium: FRP (Fiberglass Reinforced Plastics)
Size: 59 x 48 1/2 x 49 1/4 inches (150 x 123 x 125 centimetres)