The Exhibition Review
2017 Guardian Fine Art Asia
Location: Guardian Art Center, Beijing
The fourth Guardian Fine Art Asia (GFAA) 2017, jointly launched by Beijing Guardian Art center and Hong Kong Guardian Fine Art expo, is the leading classical Art fair in Asia. GFAA mainly focuses on antiques, classic western oil paintings, jewelry and design works. It aims to build an orderly, open and transparent trading and communication platform for antique dealers, art galleries and collectors from all over the world. It can be said that GFAA is a top event for the display and trading of Chinese and western artworks. After nearly half a year’s selection of exhibitors at home and abroad, Guardian Fine Art has finally selected nearly 40 Chinese and foreign art galleries. Frogman art is also honored to be selected as one of the 40 galleries at home and abroad. We will present the fine works of European contemporary artists at this art fair and exchange ideas with collectors and art lovers.
Frogman art will feature a new series of works by Russian surrealist artist Vladimir Kush at art week. In particular, “Highway 66” is the most eye-catching, sculpture and life-size, its inspiration from the famous American highway 66. This road is affectionately known as the “mother’s road” by Americans. It takes Route 66 diagonally from Chicago, Illinois, all the way to Santa Monica, California. Route 66 means a lot to the American people. Michael Wallace once said, “Route 66 is a mirror to the American people. It is a symbol of the hard work that the great American people have gone through. Kush takes the galloping motorcycle as the prototype, combines the motorcycle with the dragonflies and flowers in nature, and the gorgeous colors create a surreal sense of dream, amplifying the sense of free flying in the dream. Kush’s other sculptures based on the history of European biology and philosophy, as well as the classic works of American sculptor Michael parks, will also be on display.