New Civilization Landscape photography by Chao Bin-Wen

New Civilization Landscape photography by Chao Bin-Wen
On-View Exhibition│2019/01/12 (Sat) ~ 02/24 (Sun)
Meet with artist & Reception│01/12 (Sat) 14:30 ~
Venue|1839 Contemporary Gallery │(02) 2778 8458
B1, No. 120 Yanji Street, Da’an District, Taipei 10696, Taiwan (R.O.C)
Free Admission
Curator: CHIU, Edward (Tokyo University of the Arts, phD)

The 1839 is the year of photography invention, till now it’s reached a 180-year history of photography. 
The term of “Typology” is used by the German artists Bernd and Hilla Becher to describe the photos they took. 
“I hope to reshape people’s memories of it through our creations. We show things and tell them about history and will not be forgotten. 
Bernd Becher (1931-2007) & Hilla Becher (1934-2015) are the German conceptual photography artist and a very important contemporary photography artist and educator in the world.

Taiwanese photographer, CHAO Bin-Wen, he is with macro-minded and micro-photographed his new artworks “New Civilization Landscape”. Due to rapid change of civilization, he presents these new landscapes in his artworks.

Welcome to join us the artist talk as well as the reception at 14:30 on January 12.

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