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Taiwan Master Luoke Chen painted live to Tango

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Luoke Chen presented "Interaction between abstraction and figuration," a painting performance rate of Piazzola Tango bandoneon held at the Museum Sculpture Luis Perlotti

To the rhythm of bandoneon and more traditional tangos of Argentina, the teacher Luoke Chen made ​​a live painting that became the cultural synthesis Taiwanese plastic art and traditional music of Argentina. Ambassador Lien-Sheng Huang was responsible for presenting the event of the Taiwanese artist Luoke Chen, who spoke about his work and presented "Interaction between abstraction and figuration," as part of celebrations to mark the National Day 103 Anniversary of the Foundation of Taiwan. The host was the diretor of Luis Perlotti Sculpture Museum of the City of Buenos Aires. The sounds of the bandoneon of Piazzolla Tango inspired a painting Luoke Chen performed live and was donated to the Museum.

His art exhibit seeks to express the philosophy of the Far East, Tao, Zen and nature in harmony with humanity. As much when it states that "It is my concept of a cosmic link between humanity and nature: bringing Far Eastern philosophy and nature in harmony, to new dimensions." The event was sponsored by the Trade and Cultural Office in Taipei, the Luis Perlotti Sculpture Museum of the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina Sculptors Artists Association, the Argentina Society of Artists, the Association of Artists of San Isidro and Piazzola Tango.

Artist Details

Luoke Chen. Born in 1957 in Taipei, Taiwan. He studied Fine Arts at the National Taiwan Academy of Arts, he teaches drawing and painting and a Masters in Industrial Design at the University of Wuppertal, Germany. Professor at the Arts Center and the Norwegian School of Art in Hong Kong. Professor in China University of Technology Continental and National Taiwan University in Artistic Design, Drawing and Painting, Graphic Design and Visual Communication. Professor of Tai Chi Chuan. Professor of Chinese Calligraphy. He currently lives and works in Taiwan and Germany. He spoke of Fine Arts and Design; exhibited his works in Taiwan, Korea, Japan, Canada, Germany, Norway, France, Spain, Greece, etc.

traslation: Belén Zapata