The works presented in this exhibition do not feature models and fashion, but rather primarily focus on flowers and selected works which are most representative of the mystery and essence of her art.
How we chooses to look at or see ourselves as the subject of a photographic portrait is a complex act. The diverse, often humorous portraits presented in “Here’s Looking at You” highlight the ways in which this complexity unfolds...
The images made by these seven artists represent different types of constructive experiments. Through everyday objects that have been made unfamiliar, viewers come to know the personal experiences...
Jianguo, a freelance photographer originally from Wuhan City, Huiji Jiang'an District and now based in the Hubei province, was selected from over 105,000 entries to the Awards’ Open competition.
The title indicates an interrelationship between the individual and the external world. As the individual who inhabits the world, they experience the collective anxiety and ponder their relationship with the outside world while discerning a difference in their own anguish and others’.
Interpreting it from a literal point of view, this exhibition is closely related to the words of “Thematic creation”, “Major theme”, “Work of a proposition”, but it seems that they are far from the audience’s enthusiasm in the context of contemporary art.
The 120 works in the exhibition are grouped together as a series of important moments for photography in Germany through the course of these 160 years.
These rare materials were selected from the Condé Nast archives in New York City, Paris, Milan and London. First launched in 2012, “Coming into Fashion” has since traveled to institutions in twelve cities including Berlin, Milan, Edinburgh, Paris, Moscow, Mexico City, Montreal, Tokyo and Taipei.
It is themed feminism, and invited 18 outstanding artists from China, France, Italy and the United States to participate in the exhibition. It aims to showing how artists from different cultural backgrounds think about women’s existence and the current understanding of the development of feminism in the world...
All prints are hand coated Platinum/Palladium done by Tillman. Originals from negatives as well as digitally enlarged negatives. Images up to 20x24 in size.
Presented in this exhibition is her focus throughout her body of work on people and things and the transformations of her ways for expressing the relations between image and object—namely, how images are imagined and emerge within human consciousness and mediums.
Wu Ding has long been dedicated to the exploration and practice of video. The major media he uses include words, pictures and videos. In his latest works, he focuses on the “order” formed in time and space, aiming to discover those hidden “internal order” that can be perceived yet can’t be expressed.