A survey highlighting themes throughout the artist’s thirty- year career, SCAPEs includes selections representing LaChapelle’s early editorial projects and his progressive return to fine art.
His persistently black-and-white monochromes preserve the eternal horizon; the still theatre images retain the passing of time; the vivid animal scenes narrate the paradox of death; and the civilisation created by humans becomes a fleeting glance into...
The exhibition provides a comprehensive overview of the work of important Chinese contemporary photographers from the mid 1990s on, as well as related historical material.
As a photographic exhibition, it does not present a sensory world under the lens of the artist, nor does it discuss how to produce images and the aesthetics behind them, but discusses how our vision and perception are related to the images.
Using photography as his main medium, Beijing-based artist Ji Zhou’s most recent series of works chronicles the daily changes of light, texture, and activity within natural and urban scenes. By documenting instances of a place throughout the day and recompiling them, the circadian rhythm is collapsed creating a single atemporal image.
The two curators of this exhibition, Peter Pfrunder and Shi Hantao, have observed and studied contemporary photographic practices in China and Switzerland over a long period of time.
The show will feature Jiang Zhi’s new series of photographs “Emanations” as well as three works from the series “Among the Destined”. The exhibition will open on June 17th 2017 and will last until August 26th.
A central theme is her work is the boundary between reality and illusion; where, in our perception, in our habit of seeing and understanding, does this lie?
The exhibition brings together artworks of eight emerging artists including Guo Hongwei, Wen Yipei, Jiang Pengyi, Shen Han, Guan Jun, Xu Qu, Hu Weiyi and Wang Mai, whose mediums range from oil painting, photography, installation and video.
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...