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李守白

李守白

李守白,当代重彩画家、海派剪纸艺术大师,1962年出生于上海艺术世家。6岁起随父习画,师从著名画家林曦明教授,中国剪纸特级大师王子淦先生,毕业于上海市工艺美术学校。现为上海市美术家协会会员、中国民间文艺家协会剪纸艺术委员会副主席、中华民族文化促进会剪纸艺委会常务理事、上海民协理事及上海剪纸学会秘书长。

 

一直以“十分学七要抛三,各有灵妙各自探”的座右铭激励自己的李守白,在艺术创作中不断探索和突破,将自己对艺术的敏锐感真实地体现在其作品中,形成了鲜明的个人风格:自1973年其第一幅作品被刊登于《文汇报》起,至今已在各大报刊、杂志及国内外艺术展览上发表了500多幅作品;从1982年起,作品参加各类国际国内展会,多有获奖和被上海美术馆、中国剪纸博物馆等收藏的记录;他的重彩画色彩浓重,笔触柔美,巧妙的将中国工笔画的传统技法融入西洋绘画语言,在宣纸上表现,利用宣纸易化易散的特点,运用现代水墨重彩的技法演绎出立体感和厚重感很强的艺术效果;他的剪纸作品充满生命张力,引领着新时代海派剪纸艺术的发展,成为了上海都市的一种时尚艺术。

 

同时作为中国著名创意产业基地——“田子坊”的代表人物,李守白在他40多年的艺术生涯中硕果累累,先后被授于中国民协“德艺双馨剪纸艺术大师”、上海市“自主创新领军人才”、上海市文联“德艺双馨文艺工作者”、上海市非物质文化遗产海派剪纸“代表性传承人”等称号,其作品为众多海内外收藏机构及收藏家竞相收藏!

主要个展

2011- “海派画家李守白赴奥地利个人艺术展”维也纳市政府厅(奥地利,维也纳)

2010- “窗我的视界——李守白小幅重彩作品展”田子坊画廊(中国,上海)

2010- “纸上生花剪绘天下——李守白海派剪纸艺术展”田子坊画廊(中国,上海)

2009- “意品上海——李守白个人艺术展”上海智造局(中国,上海)

2008- “追梦上海——李守白艺术精品展”上海新天地(中国,上海)

2007- “海上遗梦——李守白石库门风情艺术展”中信泰富广场(中国,上海)

2006- “李守白个人重彩画展”J Gallery(中国,香港)

2006- “盛夏重彩风——李守白个人重彩画展”上海8号桥(中国,上海)
主要群展

2011- 上海新天地成立十周年之“我与新天地”作品展新天地(中国,上海)

2010- “Moleskine Detour 全球巡展”外滩18号(中国,上海)

2004-2010  连续7年参展“上海艺术博览会”上海世贸商城(中国,上海)

2010- “忆上海——海派风情展”壹号美术馆(中国,上海)

2008- “华夏情——海外华人华侨画家与上海作家笔墨交流展”上海大剧院画廊(中国,上海)

2006- “上海现代风情中国画展”上海图书馆(中国,上海)

2000—2003  连续4年参展“大中国民间艺术展”(日本)

1999—2005  连续7年参展“春城洋溢华夏情”(新加坡)

1997- “中国名人艺术展”(新加坡)

1986- “中国民间剪纸艺术展”(日本)

1984-  入选“上海美术作品展”(中国,上海)

1982-  入选“上海美术作品展”(中国,上海)

主要机构收藏

2010-  Lettera27 (意大利米兰)

2010- 中共一大会址纪念馆(中国上海)

2010- 中国共青团机关旧址纪念馆(中国上海)

2010- 大韩民国临时政府旧址纪念馆(中国上海)

2008- 中国工商银行上海分行卢湾支行(中国上海)

2007- 星巴克企业管理有限公司(美国西雅图)

2007- 中国剪纸博物馆(中国北京)

1990- 上海美术馆

1985- 荷中友好协会

 以及世界多国私人收藏家收藏

 

Li Shoubai

Li Shoubai, a Chinese contemporary heavy color painter and paper sculptor master, born in 1962 and brought up in an artistic family in Shanghai. He started to learn painting from his father at the age of six and furthered his studies under Professor Lin Ximing (林曦明), Chinese painter and Mr. Wang Zigan (王子淦), Chinese paper cutting master. He graduated from the Shanghai Art and Design Academy. Li is a member of the Shanghai Artist Association; Vice Chairman of the Paper Cutting Committee of the Chinese Folk Literature and Art Society; Executive Member of the Paper Cutting Committee of the Chinese Culture Promotion Society; Executive Member of the Shanghai Folk Literature and Art Society and Secretary-General of the Shanghai Chinese Paper Cutting Society. 

 

Following his own motto “Innovation originates from self discovery”, he continues to seek for breakthroughs in his creations and has established his own unique style. Since his first art piece published in 1973 in Wenhui Bao - an influential newspaper in China, more than five hundred of his works have been published in major art magazines and displayed in international art exhibitions. Most of his works have been exhibited internationally and locally and won many awards since 1982 and some of them have been collected by the Shanghai Art Museum and Chinese Paper Cutting Museum. Li’s heavy colour paintings are characterized by bright colours and delicate lines. They combine the traditional Chinese classical painting with the western oil painting technique on Chinese rice paper. As one of the leading paper cutting masters in China, Li integrates the modern aesthetics into his own unique paper cuttings and creates distinctive patterns for this traditional paper cutting art.

 

As one of the artistic leaders of Tianzifang in Shanghai, Li had a lot of creations in the past thirty years. Because of his passion for Shikumen and all of his works, Li was awarded the “Artist with Outstanding Character and Professional Competence”by the Shanghai Federation of Literary and Art Circles; “Innovation Leader”by the Shanghai Government and “Representative Successor”by the Intangible Cultural Heritage Protection Centre of Shanghai. His masterpieces have been collected both at home and abroad.

Solo Exhibitions

2011-“Der Maler des Shanghaier Genres”exhibition which celebrated 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Austria and Chinese in the city hall of Vienna。

2010- “Windows of My Thoughts - Heavy Colour Painting Exhibition (Miniature Editions) by Li Shoubai”, Shoubai Art Gallery (Shanghai, China)

2010- “Li Shoubai Paper Cutting Exhibition”, Shoubai Art Gallery (Shanghai, China)

2009- “Deep Impression of Shanghai”, Park 2 Space (Shanghai, China)

2008- “Chasing Dreams in Shanghai - Li Shoubai Solo Fine Art Exhibition”, Xintiandi (Shanghai, China)

2007- “Lost Dreams at Sea”, CITIC Square (Shanghai, China)

2006- “Li Shoubai Solo Heavy Colour Painting Exhibition”, J Gallery (Hong Kong, China)

2006- “Heavy Colour Painting in Midsummer - Li Shoubai Solo Heavy Colour Painting Exhibition”, the Bridge 8 (Shanghai, China)

Group Exhibitions

2011- 'Me and XINTIANDI' Art Exhibition for 10th  Annirersary Celebration of XINTIANDI (China, Shanghai)

2010- “Moleskine Detour Shanghai”, Bund 18 (Shanghai, China)

2004- 2010 “ShanghaiArt Fair”, Shanghai Mart (Shanghai, China)

2010- “The Memory of Shanghai”, No.1 Art Museum (Shanghai, China)

2008- “Hua Xia Passion”, Shanghai Grand Theater Gallery (Shanghai, China)

2006- “ShanghaiModern Charming”, Shanghai Library (Shanghai, China)

1999- 2005 “Hua Xia Passion Overflowing in Kunming City”(Singapore)

2000- 2003 “Great China Folk Art Exhibition”(Japan) 

1997- “Chinese Celebrities Art Exhibition”(Singapore)

1986- “Chinese Folk Paper Cutting Exhibition”(Japan)

1984- “ShanghaiArt Works Exhibition”(Shanghai, China)

1982- “ShanghaiArt Works Exhibition”(Shanghai, China)

Collections at Major Organizations

2010- Lettera27 (Milan, Italy)

2010- The memorial hall of the 1st National Congress of the Communist Party of China (Shanghai, China)

2010- The memorial hall of the institution of the Communist Youth League of China (Shanghai, China) 

2010- The memorial hall of Korean Provisional Government (Shanghai, China)

2008- Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Luwan Branch (Shanghai, China)

2007- Starbucks Management Headquarters (Seattle, USA)

2007- Paper Cutting Museum of China (Beijing, China)

1990- Shanghai Art Museum

1985- Sino-Dutch Friendship Association 

     And many private art collectors all over the world.