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Posts tagged "photography"
Alternative “Documentary”: United Art Museum presents Wang Qingsong’s works in Wuhan

Alternative “Documentary”: United Art Museum presents Wang Qingsong’s works in Wuhan

It is exactly through the medium of photography that Wang Qingsong combines diversified visual experiences with conceptual expressions to show his analysis of human existence...
HdM Gallery presents "Hu Weiyi: The Window Blind" in Beijing

HdM Gallery presents “Hu Weiyi: The Window Blind” in Beijing

Hu Weiyi’s works involve multiple facets, and he is apt at combining various media in his works, especially photography, video and installation. The works in the exhibition were all produced this year...
One Story in “ONE EXHIBITION”—ART WALK: Behind the Scenes was launched in Hui Art Space

One Story in “ONE EXHIBITION”—ART WALK: Behind the Scenes was launched in Hui Art Space

Starting from the case study of each artist, the exhibition intends to demonstrate the multiple authentic expressions from independent artists in the environment of contemporary art.
Power Station of Art presents "Hélène Binet: Dialoghi, Works from 1988 to 2018" in Shanghai

Power Station of Art presents “Hélène Binet: Dialoghi, Works from 1988 to 2018” in Shanghai

The exhibition will offer a comprehensive overview of Binet’s accomplishment in more than 100 works of analogue photography, including some of the most iconic photos taken throughout her 30-year professional career and her newly commissioned series featuring the walls of Chinese Suzhou Gardens.
Moments of Memory: A Retrospective of Zhou Haiying’s Photography of the “Private Memory of Post-Lu Xun Era”

Moments of Memory: A Retrospective of Zhou Haiying’s Photography of the “Private Memory of Post-Lu Xun Era”

The exhibition featured more than 100 representative photographs during the 70 years of Zhou Haiying’s art career, and it was divided into five chapters, providing an opportunity for us to review Mr. Zhou Haiying’s photographic art.
Art Projects Gallery presents "Frenetic City: Zhou Hanshun Solo Exhibition" in Hong Kong

Art Projects Gallery presents “Frenetic City: Zhou Hanshun Solo Exhibition” in Hong Kong

“Frenetic City” features the city of Hong Kong where he had lived for several years. Beyond the visual cacophony of the city, Hanshun unveils the underlying vibrancy, energy and tensions of one of the most densely populated cities in the world.
Zheng Guogu: Photoworks 1993-2016 “Even a click of the shutter is unnecessary”

Zheng Guogu: Photoworks 1993-2016 “Even a click of the shutter is unnecessary”

This will be the first-ever survey of the historically significant Photoworks by the artist, whose treatment of photography has continued to be daring and inspirational. Curated ​by Christopher Phillips, a renowned curator and art critic specializing in photography, the exhibition will present a selection of Zheng Guogu’s Photoworks from 1993 to 2016 and will be...
Chambers Fine Art announces "Taca Sui: Grotto Heavens" to be presented in New York

Chambers Fine Art announces “Taca Sui: Grotto Heavens” to be presented in New York

Laden down with his heavy equipment, like pioneering photographers of the nineteenth century he traveled to remote locations that were associated with these ancient lyrics, photographing landscapes and evocative details that were remarkable for their poetic intensity.
UCCA announces "Civilization: The Way We Live Now" opening on March 9

UCCA announces “Civilization: The Way We Live Now” opening on March 9

It presents nearly 300 works by more than 130 of the world’s most renowned photographic artists, offering a complex and sprawling vision of contemporary life. The images gathered here, produced in the past 25 years, speak to the changes brought about by globalization, and draw attention both to the increasing amount...
“Visual Memory of Tongzhou”: The Archive of “Mixed Vision” in a Transforming Town

“Visual Memory of Tongzhou”: The Archive of “Mixed Vision” in a Transforming Town

The ideological methods of contemporary art, the historical consciousness of Chinese culture and the spatial concept of the West together constitute the ideological resources of “Visual Memory of Tongzhou.”
SCôP presents “Social Geography: Ten Journeys with a Camera” in Shanghai

SCôP presents “Social Geography: Ten Journeys with a Camera” in Shanghai

It presents ten different visions of these time, as experienced by and as observed through the lens of 10 Chinese photographers. Each used their feet to travel thousands of miles as they explored their times, be that as geography, as social anthropology, as moments in history...
Bu Yunjun—A Black Photo on a Black Canvas, Is That a Dark Melody of Light?

Bu Yunjun—A Black Photo on a Black Canvas, Is That a Dark Melody of Light?

Born in Sichuan Province in 1982, Bu Yunjun once studied oil painting, and graduated from a university in Chengdu, with a Bachelor’s Degree. Bu appears to be a typical young Sichuan man, gentle, cautious, and a little bit shy. He has been engaged in photography, and his work often conveys a sense of intimacy and...