Taiwanese printmaking artist Eugene Zhou will hold her first solo exhibition at Tatabanya Art Museum from June 17 to July 2, 2016. Using plaster as her media, Zhou creates large canvases of artwork with intricate details. Hungarian artist Viktor Lois, who is also the artist director of The Quarry Contemporary Arts International (CAI) in Boston, United States, says, “at a young age, Eugene has mastered a unique technique in which she creates large-scale, highly detailed, modern interpretation of Chinese landscape art. Since many Taiwanese artists now follow a strictly Western style. It’s refreshing to see Eugene use modern techniques to capture the traditional soul of Chinese art.” Zhou graduated from the Department of Fine Arts at Taiwan’s National Kaohsiung Normal University in 2015, and has been a resident artist at CAI and Tatabanya.
After the exhibition at Tatabanya, Zhou will take her art works
to Ateliers Pro Arts in Budapest.