Still Life with Louis Vuitton Banana

by Ting-Ting Cheng

Edition of 5 - 50.0cm x 40.0cm

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  • Edward Cutler

    The Insider Edward Cutler says:

    ""Ting applies a sensitive touch to her practice, which makes her work come alive"."

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    • Ting has exhibited internationally, including solo shows at Taipei Fine Art Museum, Galerie Grand Siecle (Taiwan), Identity Gallery (Hong Kong), Addaya Centre d´Art Contemporani (Spain), SACMA (Spain), Rowan Arts (London) and Before Exhibition Gallery (Hungary)
    • Ting Ting Cheng is a 26-year-old photographer, originally from Taiwan
    • The photographer's work centres on the themes of language barriers and alienation
  • Still Life with Louis Vuitton Banana

    ‘Still Life with Banana’ is part of Ting-Ting’s second ‘Still life With Fruit’ series, in which the artist explores the fetishism surrounding commodities and brands. In this series, Ting-Ting has focused on brands and fruit from Japan in the Japanese still life painting style rather than the European style of previous works. By doing so, Ting-Ting wants to emphasize the obsession with Japanese culture that has spread all over the world. This trend is especially significant to Taiwan, which was under Japanese rule from 1895 and 1945 and where Ting-Ting was born and raised.

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    Ting-Ting Cheng

    Ting-Ting Cheng’s exquisite photographs explore the relationship between objects and people’s emotions towards them. Ting has developed a very particular style of still life that mixes a delicate treatment of the image with an absurdist vision of capitalism and the every day life. The resulting works are minimal and austere, but always poignant artistic plays with the conflicts between branding (the ultimate artificial tool) and nature. In 2011 Ting-Ting Cheng will have her first extensive solo show, opening next June at the Taipei Fine Art Museum.

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    1.7m

    Product Details

    Type
    Limited Edition
    Medium
    Photography
    Subject
    Still Life
    Year
    2009
    Edition
    of 5
    Size
    50.0cm x 40.0cm
    Ready to hang
    No
    Signed
    Yes
    Materials
    Lambda Print

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    • Delivered mounted, framed and ready to hang.
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