SCOPE Miami Beach 2015

Miami Beach, Florida, USA

DECEMBER 1 - 6, 2015

Burcu Oz, "Untitled-8", 2015, Ink on Paper, 40 x 26 inches

Burcu Oz, "Untitled 9", 2015, Ink on Paper. 40 x 26 inches

Jared FitzGerald, "Tiger", 2011, Ink on Silk, 53 1/4 x 88 1/2 inches

Jared FitzGerald, "Exotic Place III", 2011, Ink on Rice Paper, 17 x 12 3/4 inches

Jared FitzGerald, "Majestic Dog", 2012, Ink on Rice Paper, 15 x 10 inches

Jared FitzGerald, "The Musician", 20112, Ink on Rice Paper, 17 x 13 inches

Jared FitzGerald, "Jade Mountain", 2012, Ink on Silk, 33 3/4 x 53 3/8 inches

Jared FitzGerald, Heart of the Sea II", 2014, Porcelain Panel Painting, 68 x 28 1/2 inches

Gan Daofu, "Infinity Clouds, 2013, Porcelain Panel Painting, 23 1/4 x 44 1/2 inches

Gan Daofu, "Opening and Closing", 2013, Porcelain Panel Painting, 23 x 44 1/2 inches

Hui Chi Lee, "Lien #8", Graphite and color pencil on paper, 52 x 108 inches

Hui Chi Lee, "Red Hat #1", 2011, Graphite and color pencil on paper, 30 x 22 inches 

Hui Chi Lee, "Red Hat #2", 2011, Graphite and color pencil on paper, 30 x 22 inches

Jared FitzGerald, "Creation Series III", 1991, Linoleum Print, 11 x 9 inches

Jared FitzGerald, "Sources", 1991, Linoleum print, 11 x 9 inches

Zhang Guojun, "Asking Mountain XIV", 2014, Porcelain Panel Painting, 40 x 40 inches

Zhang Guojun, "Asking Mountain 13", 2014, Porcelain Panel Painting, 40 x 40 inches

Zhang Guojun, "Asking Mountain XV", 2014, Porcelain Panel Painting, 40 x 40 inches

Zhou Rong, "Non, je ne regrette", 2014, Print, 22 1/8 x 29 3/4 inches

Zhou Rong, "Awn-2", 2014, Mixed Media, 27 x 19 x 19 inches

Zhou Rong, "Awn-1", 2014, Mixed Media, 19 1/2 x 27 inches

Press Release

FitzGerald Fine Arts Debuts the Work of Hui Chi Lee

 
VIP Reception Today at Miami SCOPE Exhibit E17 from 2:00-4:00PM
 
MIAMI - Dec. 1, 2015 - PRLog -- In a year where female artists are being celebrated in an unprecedented number of exhibits throughout the course of Art Basel Miami Beach, FitzGerald Fine Arts is pleased to announce the very first exhibit of the illustrious Taiwanese artist Hui Chi Lee at SCOPE Miami, beginning with a special by-invitation event at Booth E17 to be held throughout the afternoon today.

With an impressive exhibition record around the United States and the globe, Hui Chi Lee comes to the expert Chinese art gallery FitzGerald Fine Arts for her very first Miami and New York showcases. She exhibits today an entirely new body of contemporary work in graphite and colored pencil on paper. She received her MFA from Florida University.

According to the artist Hui Chi Lee, “I am not interested in reproducing the visible, but rather aim to make the invisible visible.” Exploring themes related to excessive materialism, she utilizes non-traditional painting materials. Seeking to capture the viewer’s attention, the deeper goal is to inspire the viewer to consider the metaphorical implications of her abstract, large scale works.

About FitzGerald Fine Arts:
With two locations in New York City at 40 Wooster Street and 41 Greene Street, FitzGerald Fine Arts' focus is to bring the most innovative contemporary Asian art to the international market. Since its inception in 2007, the gallery has sought out and exhibited Asian art that examines traditional media of the past, but redefines these media, techniques and motifs with contemporary aesthetics and contextual underpinnings.
 
Many of the artists’ works appear in the permanent collections of prominent museums worldwide and all have exhibited internationally in major solo and group shows. The gallery maintains a network of artist studios and offices in China, giving it full time access to Eastern and Western trends, artists and opportunities.