We aim to incorporate art into life with the realization of aesthetics. Heinrich Wang hopes to resonate with people's emotions through the interaction between his porcelain creations and them, and to spark and immerse in a conversation between porcelain and oneself both physically and spiritually, helping them to explore the diversity and richness of life. People see different perspective in the artworks of Newchi-some see themselves, some see the era, and some feel the tranquil yet dynamic vitality of the turning point in the history of craftsmanship.
The Wonder of the Kiln and the Realization of Aesthetics
Firing tons of porcelain clay in pursuit of the ideal "white" is the passion of Newchi. In 2013, the Italian magazine L'Espresso described Henrich Wang's art style as an "extraordinary insight of a master" for it presents the Chinese minimal aesthetics, which is contradictory, traditional, intense and elegant, with unique oriental style and excellent crafting skills.
The Standing Porcelain
When European porcelain is taking over the world with its exquisite decoration, Heinrich Wang chooses the pure white instead. When the world is limited by the cylinder shape, Heinrich Wang create unprecedented structures. The history of porcelain is reinterpreted with minimal and stylish lines. Breaking through the existing rules for 1800 years, Heinrich launched a revolution and opened a new era for stylish oriental porcelain with Newchi. To create the style of the revolutionary porcelain, the defect-free rate is only thirty percent, and only five percent fulfills the standard for collection. A piece of work takes six months to create on average, while larger ones take up to a year. The traces of time and effort are unimaginable for the production of average porcelain, which is exactly the artistic value Heinrich Wang establishes for Newchi.
Mission and Vision
With the nostalgia of the noble and the realization of aesthetics, we aspire to a new aspect in culture and pride in craftsmanship.
Newchi holds the belief that life should be free of restraints, and its pleasure should be actively experienced, which is the basis of the creations. They represent the recognition of sense, and also the exploration of sensitivity. The stylishness of white and the imagery of confidence provide an unlimited space for this belief, establishing the unique style in this age of history.
-Heinrich Wang, Aesthetic Creation