Lin Hung-Hsin paintings feature a realistic expression,
but are different from the objective representation of the American photorealism. Instead, he adopts a strong subjective perspective while combining two-dimensional vector symbols and images of visual spaces with his personal experiences and illusions. In his works, he intentionally simplifies the colors and the composition. Through the objects, the symbols, the colors, and the contours in the paintings, Lin creates a connection with the realistic subjects (figures) to visualize his inner perception of the surroundings.
Born in Yunlin, Taiwan in 1975, Lin Hung-Hsin received his MFA from the National Taiwan University of Arts.
Vanity of chairs (local)-Professor of art at the National Museum of art (hereinafter referred to as the ” fragmentation of the model machine ” to the ” fragmentation of lam ”