Angel fell in the world│Jacqueline Roberts

Public on-view|2013 /12/14 (Sat) ~ 2014/2/9 (Sun)
Venue|1839 Contemporary Gallery (T: 2778 8458)

Jacqueline Roberts graduated in Political Sciences and worked for international organizations before turning to photography.  Her award-winning photographs have featured on the covers of photography magazines, books and music albums.

Her work has been shown in France, Spain, Germany and Luxembourg and has won various international awards, including the International Photography Awards in New York and the Prix de la Photographie in Paris. Jacqueline works with different photographic mediums, both digital and analogue, as well as with photographic techniques from the 19th century. 

Jacqueline Roberts

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Shadow Sculptor│Willaim Ropp

Public on-view|2013 /12/14  (Sat) ~ 2014/2/9 (Sun)
Venue|1839 Contemporary Gallery (T: 2778 8458)

William Ropp is a French photographer with a unique style.  His is also known as “the shadow sculptor”.  He places his subjects in complete darkness and takes photographs by using long exposures.  With a flashlight he starts “painting”.  His subjects are often children.  The pictures get a mysterious and sometimes haunting feel to them.

William Ropp Artworks

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Season’s Greetings and Happy New Year 2014!

Happy 2014 NY

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The Box by Eric Kellerman

Public on-view|2013 /12/14  (Sat) ~ 2014/2/9 (Sun)
Venue|1839 Contemporary Gallery (T: 2778 8458)

Eric Kellerman is a Briton who has lived near Nijmegen in the Netherlands for just over half his life. In 2008, he retired from academia to spend more time on photography.

Specializing in the nude, he works almost entirely in the studio with a regular team of female collaborators, most of whom have a serious interest in movement (dance, acrobatics, yoga, martial arts).

The Box: A Typology of Poses in a Confined Space, which content with over 30 works binding in a hand crafted wooden box made in Germany, Limited edition with one original print, for order please contact 1839 Contemporary Gallery or call (02) 2778 8458.

1839CG_Eric Kellerman

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Celebration the 2013 Year-end party

Welcome to join us  celebrate the holiday season.  The year-end party will be host by 1839 Contemporary Gallery on Saturday night, 28th of December.  To join the event, please send an email through FB at www.facebook.com/1839cg with your name, contact number and email.

2013.1228 year-end celebration

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US & European Contemporary Photography

Public on-view|2013 /12/14  (Sat) ~ 2014/2/9 (Sun)
Venue|1839 Contemporary Gallery (T: 2778 8458)

Artists are from China、Japan、Indonesia、Russia、UK、France、Germany、Netherlands、Poland、Spanish、Sweden、US etc;they are Alvin Booth (UK) 、Anna Hurtig (Sweden) 、Beth Moon (U.S.) 、Bogdan Frymorgen (Poland) 、Brigitte Carnochan (U.S.) 、Camille Jackson (U.S.) 、Chin Chin Wu (China) 、Deborah Parkin (UK) 、Deb Schwedhelm (U.S.) 、Edouard de’Pazzi (France) 、Elena Kalis (Russia) 、Eric Kellerman (Netherlands) 、Farbice Mabillot (France) 、Hengki Koentjoro (Indonesia) 、Jack Montgomery (U.S.) 、Jacqueline Roberts (Spanish)、Jan Scholz (Germany) 、John Wood (U.S.) 、Leslie Niemoller (Germany) 、Liz Arenberg (U.S.) 、Marina Weigl (Germany) 、Masao Yamamoto (Japan) 、Nadya Panchina Russia) 、Oleg Videnin (Russia) 、Renee Jacobs (France) 、Severine Lenhard (France) 、Tom Chambers (U.S.) 、Paul Cava (U.S.) 、Victor Cobo (U.S.) 、William Ropp (France) 、Winky Lewis (U.S.) 、Youichi Shidomoto (Japan) 等等

US & European Contemporary Photography

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Tokyo Island by Shingo Suzuki

Tokyo Island by Shingo Suzuki

Tokyo IslandShingo Suzuki Solo Exhibition

On-View Exhibition|2013 / 12/7 (Sat) ~ 12/29 (Sun)
Opening Reception|2013 /12/7 (Sat) 14:30
Artist Talk|2013/12/7 (Sat) 15:00

Venue|1839 Little Gallery (02) 2778 8358
Free Admission

By recreating the “world” with my fingertips, I hope to be able to truly know the workings of the world.  My creative process begins with recreating real – life scenes in miniature.

At the exhibition, I display large photographs of the miniature.

Displaying large photographs of the miniatures alter the sense of scale in the exhibition space. By viewing images (photographs) of non-existing things, the viewers begin to feel the true meaning of reality.

Shingo Suzuki born in 1964, award art_icle Grand prix in 2009 and had solo exhibition at Shinjuku Takashimaya Gallery in 2013.

Shingo Shzuki solo exhibition

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Light Painting by OLDBOY 8.9~8.21

On-View Exhibition| 2013/8/9 (Fri) ~ 2013/8/21 (Wed)
Opening Reception with OLDBOYl|2013 /8/10 (Sat) 14:30

Venue|1839 Little Gallery www.english.1839cg.com │(02) 2778 8458
B1, No. 120 Yanji Street, Da’an District, Taipei 10696, Taiwan (R.O.C)
Free Admission

Some degree of running into

Help those who do not will not understand anything else, explain how it will

I can only use light shadow to beautify ordinary life

let myself in this lonely generations, but also to live it well

more about OLDBOY http://cargocollective.com/oldboy/

Light Painting by OLDBOY

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Little Scenes by Shantel Liao 7.26~8.7

On-View Exhibition| 2013/7/26 (Fri) ~ 2013/8/7 (Wed)

Art Talk & Books Signing with Shantel| 2013 /7/27 (Sat) 14:30

Venue|1839 Little Gallery www.english.1839cg.com │(02) 2778 8458
B1, No. 120 Yanji Street, Da’an District, Taipei 10696, Taiwan (R.O.C)
Free Admission

God created man in His own image, then the heavens and the earth. People created the reproduction in their own image, another earth. Although the propose of miniature set is to copy, to keep the selected moments, the reason we see them real might based on our own experience but not the thought of people who actually made the set. We named what we see by emotions; tend to make the connection between objective scenes and memories inside. We take everything we see. Therefore, it makes no difference between the world we created and the one we lived except the size of things. Over there, they are living silently and waiting to be seen just like us. Through the lens, the only difference between the man side and miniature side will no longer exist. People will live in the world fully ruled by them at the end.

 

Shantel Liao

Shantel Liao was born in Taiwan and studied theatre in London. Her passion for photography started with the observation of doll faces and intricate machinery, which then broadened to animate subjects. While not taking pictures, she reads, writes, draws, sews and always looking for new stories.  She currently based in Taiwan.

Little Scense by Shantel Liao

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Casting calls for Love Shooting

Want to be masters of photography, protagonist in the artworks ~

Open casting calls to take place at 1839 Contemporary Gallery for leading role of ‘Flesh Love’ in love shooting by famous Japanese Photographer Hal.

The casting calls are specifically looking for a couple who are female or men.

Those interested go to on-line booking (open now till July 22)

The love shooting will be held in early August, at 1839 Contemporary Gallery. Details will be informed before the event to come.

Flesh Love Shooting Activitiy

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