Ho Kan

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Ho Kan
BornJuly 23, 1932
Nanjing, China

Ho Kan (July 23, 1932) is a painter from China. He is the founder of the avant-garde art movement Ton Fan Group. He paints in the abstract style. Ho Kan was born in Nanjing, China, and grew up in Taiwan. In 1951, he studied modern art with Li Chun-shan. In 1957, Ho Kan and seven other artists formed the Ton Fan Group. Newspapers called them the "Eight Great Outlaws".[1]

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His works focus on the void, which is neither the first protagonist, a surface of uniform color, stretched like silk, which communicates a feeling of silence, and on this surface some signs come to light.

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  1. Taipei Fine Arts Museum (2016). Reverberations: HO KAN. Retrieved 23 March 2016.