Comprised of a new series of paintings, sculptures, photos and video, the exhibition will present Self’s continuous study on the bodega, inviting audiences to gain a better understanding of Black-American metropolitan life.
“Another Way of Telling” showcases almost 100 works from the rich, dynamic careers of Anna Fox and Karen Knorr, two leading documentary photographers in the UK.
Since the 1990s, Cai Guangbin has continued to conduct his individual exploration with new cultural concepts and visual experiences, thus he has made complete transformation into concepts, images, methods, techniques of ink and wash within traditional Chinese art traditions.
Through processing, twisting and reforming, Yuki Onodera defamiliarizes ordinary images thus highlights features of image language itself. The subtle personal experience she expresses through her works, as if a bird, has escaped from the cage made by cameras, in which photography is the only specified media can be employed, yet where to go?
Comprising the main focus of the exhibition, the practice and activities of the members from the Friday Salon are presented through a series of literature and documents, including their works, photographs of assignments from excursions...
The exhibition focuses on the narratives of Mühe’s native Germany. From cultural identity and political history to the current social reality, the artist carefully looks into his country’s past and present, covering the unique history of the 20th century.
The artist observes the moon through camera equipped video glasses, capturing the moon in motion videos. The colour of the moon is derived from a colour palette, while the artist sees everything in black and white during the process.
Born in China in 1963, Cai Guangbin graduated from the Department of Chinese Painting at China Academy of Art in 1988, he majored in figure painting. Cai is one of the major artists of contemporary Chinese ink painting, and a pioneer and practitioner of photographic ink and wash. He is currently the head and professor...
By taking a shot/countershot approach to his life and career, and by revealing the secrets of his cinematic language, the exhibition also attempts to re-evaluate Chaplin’s revolutionary artistic heritage.
It examines, documents and studies Chinese contemporary photography, and introduces China's avant-garde photography to the public, thus to promote the development of contemporary Chinese photography.
It presents the work of two exemplary, and hugely influential 20th-century photo essayists, the documentary photographers Brian Brake and Steve McCurry.
By transforming the architectural spaces through jarring reflections and fascinating labyrinths that disrupt the viewers’ sense of balance and orientation, the artist invites us to question our normal perception of everyday experience.