Ai Bo Gallery to Represent 2 World Renowned Cast Glass Sculptors

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Ai Bo Gallery to represent artists Lu Chi from Shanghai, China and Latchezar Boyadjiev from Bulgaria at their gallery in Rye, NY. Additionally, they will be exhibited at an upcoming art show at The Bedford Historical Hall in Bedford, NY beginning May 12th, Art Hampton in July, and other shows TBA..

Ai Bo Gallery features artwork that stands out and translates across multiple arenas of discourse, culture and art history. It focuses on promoting international, contemporary, emerging and established artists who mix traditional disciplines with new media, unique mindset and cutting edge methodology. The range of media showcased includes painting, sculpture, photography, video installations as well as multimedia art. Ai Bo encourages artists to experiment and expand their concept and practice while pursuing the balance of innovative creative ideas with a highly visual approach. Committed to the global exposure for artists, the gallery brings their art to the most prestigious art fairs all over the world in addition to regular exhibition schedules in their gallery. Ai Bo seeks to create a vibrant and inspiring platform for artists, international collectors and critics as well as art enthusiasts.

Lu Chi is a pioneer and integral part of the Chinese contemporary glass art movement. As an artist from Shanghai, each of Lu Chi’s glass works is a symphonic poem in glass dedicated to the spirit of Shanghai. She is inspired by the inner tensions of her city’s modernity and magnetism. Her sculptures are reveries of architectural design, urbanization and reflections of a sophisticated realization. Her works forge a fresh aesthetic that reconciles her Chinese heritage and Western modernity. Her works can be seen in the China Art Museum in Shanghai, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia, and Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, New York.

Latchezar Boydjiev is a world renowned cast glass sculptor. His pieces are brilliantly hued studies in motion and sensuality. The artist explains his artistic vision as one that will “create dynamic shapes supported by sensual lines that will gradually evolve from an idea on paper to a sculpture in glass - and combined with light it will have a powerful impact on the viewer. I want my work to become a part of modern architecture and a contemporary environment, to reflect the era in which we live.”

Boydjiev’s glass sculptures can be viewed at: The White House, Washington DC; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA; De Young Museum, San Francisco; Naples Museum of Art; Museum Of Applied Arts; Prague, Czech Republic; Glassmuseum, Ebeldorf, Denmark; Glassmuseum der Ernsting Stiftung, Germany; Museum de Alcorcon, Spain; First Interstate World Trade Center, Los Angeles, CA; Scottsdale Center for the Arts, AZ; New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, NM; and private collections in USA, Canada, Europe, South America, Asia, Australia.

Latchezar has had commissions by The Perseus Award, Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Inc., Lockheed Martin, National Semiconductor Corporation, Nestle Corporation, Lufthansa Cargo Award, Office of Mayor San Francisco, Oakland Chamber of Commerce, Pacific Enterprises, Sopha Medical Systems, Bank of Marin, Tamalpais Bank, Innovative Thinking Network and the Trophy for Italian Volleyball Team.

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