• PHIL AKASHI SOLO SHOW IN SINGAPORE

    posted by on Tuesday, January 10, 2017

    For his first solo exhibition at  Art+ Shanghai Singapore Art Space, Phil Akashi presents his latest trilogy series of works Rings on fire, questioning marriage, its issues and its relation to happiness. Mixing ancestral media and contemporary vision, Phil Akashi highlights the multiple meanings of marriage and explores its consequences: a projection of a future and its interpretation. The three chapters of the exhibition embody the meaning of an alliance, as a symbol and as a way of life: Tradition, Challenge and Wisdom of Happiness. 

    PHIL AKASHI SOLO SHOW IN SINGAPORE ART+ Shanghai Singapore Art Space

     

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  • Museum of Modern Art of Algiers (MAMA) 14.09 - 06.10.2019 AlTiba9, curated by Mohamed Benhadj Phil Akashi. Ink and fluorescent spray paint on canvas, ultraviolet light, 160 x 240 cm Phil Akashi's work investigates questions relating to the act of transgression as a powerful tool that allows the liberation of the creative energies. The artist incorporates multiple layers of languages from East and West and uses light as a manifestation of spiritual energy. The compositions of Arabic, Chinese and English characters are revealed in the presence of ultraviolet light. By doing so, he engages his audience with a reflection on unlimited tolerance, open-mindedness and positive reasoning. Between visible and invisible, between light and shadow, a new, expanded idea of calligraphy takes shape. #philakashi #museumofmodernart #calligraphy #tolerance #light #shadow #transgression #uvblacklight #eastandwest #arabic #chinese #english #language @altiba9 @philakashi #contemporaryart #fineart

  • Museum of Modern Art of Algiers (MAMA) 14.09 - 06.10.2019 AlTiba9, curated by Mohamed Benhadj Phil Akashi. Ink and fluorescent spray paint on canvas, ultraviolet light, 160 x 240 cm Phil Akashi's work investigates questions relating to the act of transgression as a powerful tool that allows the liberation of the creative energies. The artist incorporates multiple layers of languages from East and West and uses light as a manifestation of spiritual energy. The compositions of Arabic, Chinese and English characters are revealed in the presence of ultraviolet light. By doing so, he engages his audience with a reflection on unlimited tolerance, open-mindedness and positive reasoning. Between visible and invisible, between light and shadow, a new, expanded idea of calligraphy takes shape. #philakashi #museumofmodernart #calligraphy #tolerance #light #shadow #transgression #uvblacklight #eastandwest #arabic #chinese #english #language @altiba9 @philakashi #contemporaryart #fineart

  • Museum of Modern Art of Algiers (MAMA) 14.09 - 06.10.2019 AlTiba9, curated by Mohamed Benhadj Phil Akashi. Ink and fluorescent spray paint on canvas, ultraviolet light, 160 x 240 cm Phil Akashi's work investigates questions relating to the act of transgression as a powerful tool that allows the liberation of the creative energies. The artist incorporates multiple layers of languages from East and West and uses light as a manifestation of spiritual energy. The compositions of Arabic, Chinese and English characters are revealed in the presence of ultraviolet light. By doing so, he engages his audience with a reflection on unlimited tolerance, open-mindedness and positive reasoning. Between visible and invisible, between light and shadow, a new, expanded idea of calligraphy takes shape. #philakashi #museumofmodernart #calligraphy #tolerance #light #shadow #transgression #uvblacklight #eastandwest #arabic #chinese #english #language @altiba9 @philakashi #contemporaryart #fineart

  • Museum of Modern Art of Algiers (MAMA) 14.09 - 06.10.2019 AlTiba9, curated by Mohamed Benhadj Phil Akashi. Ink and fluorescent spray paint on canvas, ultraviolet light, 160 x 240 cm Phil Akashi's work investigates questions relating to the act of transgression as a powerful tool that allows the liberation of the creative energies. The artist incorporates multiple layers of languages from East and West and uses light as a manifestation of spiritual energy. The compositions of Arabic, Chinese and English characters are revealed in the presence of ultraviolet light. By doing so, he engages his audience with a reflection on unlimited tolerance, open-mindedness and positive reasoning. Between visible and invisible, between light and shadow, a new, expanded idea of calligraphy takes shape. #philakashi #museumofmodernart #calligraphy #tolerance #light #shadow #transgression #uvblacklight #eastandwest #arabic #chinese #english #language @altiba9 @philakashi #contemporaryart #fineart

  • Museum of Modern Art of Algiers (MAMA) 14.09 - 06.10.2019 AlTiba9, curated by Mohamed Benhadj Phil Akashi. Ink and fluorescent spray paint on canvas, ultraviolet light, 160 x 240 cm Phil Akashi's work investigates questions relating to the act of transgression as a powerful tool that allows the liberation of the creative energies. The artist incorporates multiple layers of languages from East and West and uses light as a manifestation of spiritual energy. The compositions of Arabic, Chinese and English characters are revealed in the presence of ultraviolet light. By doing so, he engages his audience with a reflection on unlimited tolerance, open-mindedness and positive reasoning. Between visible and invisible, between light and shadow, a new, expanded idea of calligraphy takes shape. #philakashi #museumofmodernart #calligraphy #tolerance #light #shadow #transgression #uvblacklight #eastandwest #arabic #chinese #english #language @altiba9 @philakashi #contemporaryart #fineart