HomePage Artists

b. 1964, Japan

Michael Lin Related Press

LOCOMOTION MICHAEL LIN Related Press LOCOMOTION MICHAEL LIN 1 May 2016, ArtAsiaPacific

Bright flowers, bike peddlers and brash flagpoles come together in a playful and interactive show by Michael Lin, set in the stunning space of Manila's Museum of Contemporary Art and Design (MCAD). Curated by MCAD director Joselina Cruz, Locomotion is a visual journey that involves exchanges between the museum and its surrounding neighborhood.

Fade out copy.
Read More
Michael Lin: 'A Tale of Today' Related Press Michael Lin: 'A Tale of Today' 18 April 2016, Ran Dian

At Leo Xu Projects, the artist Michael Lin’s most favored themes—inquiries into notions of hometown and elsewhere, dialogues between works of art and architecture, and his own particular critiques of consumerist society—were condensed within the exquisite layout of an old Shanghai villa. From the living room walls to the corner of...

Fade out copy.
Read More
Model Home 2013 by Michael Lin and Atelier Bow-Wow with Andrew Barrie Related Press Model Home 2013 by Michael Lin and Atelier Bow-Wow with Andrew Barrie 29 August 2013, dezeen

Architectural drawings of a small workers' shack that featured in an exhibition in Shanghai, China, have been enlarged and used to create a full-scale replica in Auckland, New Zealand. Tokyo architects Atelier Bow-Wow collaborated with Japanese artist Michael Lin on the design of the original structure, which was based on the workers' shacks...

Fade out copy.
Read More
MICHAEL LIN at Eslite Gallery Taiwan Related Press MICHAEL LIN at Eslite Gallery Taiwan 1 May 2013, David Frazier

It is surprising how seldom the work of Michael Lin has been compared to that of the Pop artists of the 1960s. Yet one can surmise why Lin, who was born in Tokyo, raised in Taiwan and educated in the United States, and whose career took off in the late 1990s, has avoided the label.

Fade out copy.
Read More
COLLABORATION: MICHAEL LIN’S MODEL HOME Related Press COLLABORATION: MICHAEL LIN’S MODEL HOME 5 July 2012, Leap Magazine

In Michael Lin's work there is a consistent allusion to the relationship between people and their environment. The departure point is in his observation and intuition towards a particular setting. Gradually the works initiate a dialogue at the conjunction between the institutionalization of art spaces and the environments of the 'everyday.' So...

Fade out copy.
Read More

WeChat

Scan the QR Code via WeChat to follow Ocula's official account.

Scan to follow Ocula on WeChat.
;
iCal
GoogleYahooOutlook