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FOCUS ON CHINESE CONTEMPORARY WATER AND INK MICHAEL GOEDHUIS 專注于中國當代水墨 邁克爾 高德尤斯畫廊 | ART.ZIP

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Therefore, people like Michael Goedhuis are inventing the new value of Chinese contemporary ink painting in the west.
Are we falling behind him in 'real culture revolution'? ?, ,,, (Political Pop)(Cynical Realism), ,,•(Michael Goedhuis) "",? Michael Goedhuis is clearly a prominent figure in promoting Chinese contemporary ink painting. He has spent two decades specializing in early Asian art. He founded Michael Goedhuis Ltd. in London in 1989, inaugurating the New York space in January 2002. The Gallery's principal activities today are the promotion of the best Chinese contemporary art as well as Chinese works of art from the Neolithic Period to Modern. Their current program concentrates on directing attention to the contemporary Chinese ink painters working throughout the world today. Many of us maybe know his name by the world renowned Estella Collection. Mr Goedhuis is now amassing a new collection of Chinese ink painting. In his view, the contemporary ink painting represents the richness of Chinese past and creates the new language out of the past. Contemporary Chinese art is at the international standard compared with other art from Asia. China is now very relevant to everything goes on in the world. Thus, the feeling of self-confidence and national essence delivered by the contemporary ink painters are reconnecting with the Chinese history and reconnecting with the world. Mr Goedhuis believes the contemporary ink painters have a very solid understanding of the Chinese literati culture, and an in-depth understanding of the great masters' works in Song and Yuan Dynasties. They are in the similar positions as the western painters in the early twentieth century. These contemporary ink painters are also reflecting the present in terms of transforming the Chinese past into the present. Mr Goedhuis believes that China is currently undergoing a true 'Cultural Revolution', which is not confined to art but is manifest in film, music, theatre, design, dance and literature and is leading to a rapid expansion of investment in art by a new generation of collectors. Mr Goedhuis strongly believes that Chinese contemporary art is still at an early stage of recognition both in Asia and the West. It therefore offers exceptionally exciting and fruitful opportunities for collectors and museums. It is the objective of Michael Goedhuis Ltd. to participate fully in restoring important works to committed institutional and private collections in China, as well as continuing to stimulate interest amongst museums in the West. Over the last 15 years, Mr Goedhuis has established himself as a pioneer in the field of modern and contemporary Chinese art, carefully identifying the best and most original artists working today. The gallery now represents 35 ink artists from different generations (from the 1930s to the 1970s). He stimulated interest among most promising and emerging artists as well as the most established masters from Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Most of the artists represented by Mr Goedhuis have a very dynamic and pluralistic background and life experience. Michael Goedhuis states, "Yao Jui-Chung's aesthetic trajectory is profoundly original in its choice of technique and subject matter but deals with the ever-present tension in Chinese art between the past and the present. In general, Mr Goedhuis believes the ink painting is the next big thing in the contemporary art world. It is interesting intellectually, culturally, aesthetically, and also from a commercial point view.


Our Alumni - The Courtauld Institute of Art

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Reviews Asian Art News

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Michael Goedhuis of Goedhuis Contemporary, also a consortium member, said his gallery was able to attract people who were in New York for the auctions and sold some paintings to collectors who were buying Asian contemporary art for the first time.


Michael Goedhuis Gallery - Contact us

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Michael Goedhuis
Michael Goedhuis Michael Goedhuis Portrait Michael Goedhuis was born in Holland. He attended school at Eton College and then spent some years at European universities in France and Germany before completing his MBA at the European Institute for Business Administration (INSEAD) in Fontainebleau. Trained as an economist, he became an investment banker with First Boston Corporation in New York and London. He then worked at Hambros, boosting their commitment to the Eurobond market. Michael Goedhuis opened Michael Goedhuis Ltd in London in 1989. Having worked for 15 years principally in the field of Persian, Indian and Japanese culture, he now works in London and internationally. The Gallery's principal activities today are the promotion of the best Chinese contemporary art, with a particular focus on ink art, as well as Chinese and Japanese bronzes from the 11th century A.D onwards. Goedhuis believes that China is currently undergoing a true "Cultural Revolution" which is not confined to art but is manifest in film, music, theatre, design, dance and literature and is leading to a rapid expansion of investment in art by a new generation of collectors. He believes that contemporary Chinese Ink Painting is still at an early stage of commercial recognition both in Asia and the West. It therefore offers exceptionally exciting and fruitful opportunities for collectors and museums. The new generation of Chinese collectors is intent on retrieving its great cultural heritage and there is now a major drive to repatriate Chinese art and antiques throughout the world. The gallery's objective is to participate fully in restoring important works to committed institutional and private collections in China as well as stimulating interesting Chinese civilisation both past and present amongst collectors in the West. Michael Goedhuis © Michael GOEDHUIS | All rights reserved | Designed and powered by ArtSolution. Follow Michael Goedhuis on Artsy


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© Michael GOEDHUIS | All rights reserved | Designed and powered by ArtSolution. Follow Michael Goedhuis on Artsy


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