Yuree Kensaku's Candy-Colored Fantasy: “The Lady on a White Horse"

  • by The Cartellino Team
Tang Contemporary Art - Yuree Kensaku — The Lady On a White Horse
Ceci n’est pas un corbeau noir (This is not a Black Crow), Acrylic on canvas, 60.33 x 81.12 cm

Confusing times often push people to subdue distress by morphing or alternating the realities in order to find a silver lining. Yuree Kensaku explores this idea in “The Lady On A White Horse,” a Thai prophecy believed to have been devised by a monk that tells of the day Thailand will be saved by a woman on a white horse. The exhibition revolves around people’s belief on ghostly beings, fictional characters, as well as real-life heroes in the midst of struggles and adversity, and how these images recreates our fears into stories of triumph of good versus evil.

Tang Contemporary Art - Yuree Kensaku — The Lady On a White Horse
Gogi Chan Sitting on the Eternal Waste
Fiberglass, glass, resin, glitter and industrial paint
164 x 101 x 67 cm
Tang Contemporary Art - Yuree Kensaku — The Lady On a White Horse
Tempting Forbidden Peach
Acrylic, glitter, epoxy on cloud pink gold mirror
44 x 67 x 55 cm
Achor image Wishin' and Hopin' and Thinkin' and Prayin',  Single Channel Video ,18 x 26.5 cm. (Screen 10 inches) (Video 1 min.) | Photos courtesy of Tang Contemporary Art