Living Clay: Johnson Tsang Brings Life To The Most Mundane Pottery Objects

Published 10 years ago

Honk Kong-based artist Johnson Cheung-shing, better known as Johnson Tsang, brings to life one of the most solid fields of art – ceramics.  His highly dynamic pottery combines the traditional crockery, such as cups, bowls and plates, together with very lively parts of human figures, mainly faces. And this is not all. The final spice, defining the unique taste of Tsang’s creations, are the watery splashes, running through the whole work and knitting the contrasting pieces together.

His solo exhibition in Yingge Ceramics Museum, Taiwan, will run until 19th January, 2014.

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