Munich Contemporary Art

Text for exhibition's catalog.
By Emerson Kun-Shen Wang

(...)the most impressive is how these Munich-Academy-based artists are adept at transforming their unique personality and quality into the images on canvas. Instead of the thesis-long conceptual narrative or the overly-decorated installations, they choose painting, the most ancient art form which will never been replaced, as their artistic expression. The passionate arguments with their professors in class are no longer enough to clearly express the inner anxiety and longing, and it is when they decide to go beyond language to interpret their works. Therfore, when their paintings are installed on the walls, we do not need them to explain the creative idea of art-making, but an urgent conversation with them to communicate and to reflect the visualized emotions. (...) The figures in Blanca Amorós' are portrayed as realistic and crue...