Loi Phan illuminates the SWISSARTEXPO 2020 with his shining works of art
The glowing creations of Loi Phan can be seen in August at Zurich main station
Zurich (ptp018/06.08.2020/11:00) The artist Loi Phan announces today that a selection of his original artworks will be represented at the SWISSARTEXPO from 20 - 24 August 2020 in Zurich's main station. His current art catalogue will also be available to visitors on site. The SWISSARTEXPO is an art festival where artists of all styles come together to create a diverse and colourful exhibition in one of the most visited halls in Europe in the heart of Zurich.
The renowned artist Loi Phan studied successfully in Great Britain at the Mackintosh School of Architecture and at the University of Glasgow before devoting himself to his passion for painting. Phan creates stunning works inspired by the phenomena of light and transparency. Thereby he does not shy away from using technology for the true "enlightenment" of his works.
At the SWISSARTEXPO, the artist will arrange his exhibited works in a special light panel concept. Thanks to this special staging, viewers will be able to see different sides of the paintings from various angles and thus come to terms with the versatility and different faces of life. All of Phan's paintings appear powerful and impressive due to the unique colour combinations.
The extraordinary brushwork leaves much room for imaginative interpretations and immediately attracts the attention of the viewer through the indirect lighting. The atmosphere in all creations is very harmonious and graceful. New forms and plays of colour are constantly emerging before the inner eye, so that viewing these works of art becomes a true experience.
Furthermore, Loi Phan has recently published his new art catalogue, in which further extracts from his impressive repertoire are illustrated. The catalogue will also be available on site at the SWISSARTEXPO to give visitors an even deeper insight into his artistic work.
Further information about Loi Phan and his artistic work can be found at: https://loiphan.ch(end)