The sensations of a life cycle from birth to death make you tingle and you find yourself wondering wat it is about these photographs. A merely physical description simple enough to render falls short. A scientific reading is certainly relevant … Continue reading
The book has four sections that comprise the series: Flora, Body, Blue and Orchard. Combining platinum photos and blue-and-platinum photos, with an introduction by Eikoh Hosoe. Artist: Kenro IzuPublisher: Damiani LtdYear: November, 2017Size: 30.5 x 24.6 x 2 cmFirst Edition, … Continue reading
Collecting “photobooks” has become a trend in recent years. Due to the excellent printing quality, it is close to the original. At the same time, you can enjoy the complete works of photographic artists, which have the value of collection … Continue reading
Japanese-America photographer Kenro IZU (1949-present) is best known for his platinum-palladium prints photographs taken with 8×10, 11×14 and 14×20 large format cameras. His photographs have been cover a wide range of subjects such as sacred ruins from across the globe, … Continue reading
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“Side Effects of the City” was shot by Taiwanese photographer CHANG, Yu in 2019-2020.
Welcome to join us the opening on Saturday, July 23 at 2:30 pm, to experience the sleepwalk and side effects of the city. You are also welcome to sign up for the Photo Talk at 3:00 pm on July 30th… it’s said that Betel Nut Girl (Xishi) is a national treasure of Taiwan…welcome to figure it out Continue reading
Hubert KILIAN has settled in Taiwan in 2003. For over two decades now, he has been working to decipher the cities and to capture the atmospheres carved by the lights and shadows of buildings. His work seeks to expose the relationship between the city dwellers and environment that conditions and transcends them. Continue reading
Olivier Marceny, an architectural and interior photographer from France, uses a unique technique to capture street crowds in Taiwan cities. Needless to say, Olivier’s work uses natural light and different angles to capture the moment of the objects to the fullest. The exhibition presents sort of the theater of modern life and seeing either beauty or sensuality of those anonymity people in Taiwan. Continue reading
《About Artist》Michael NischkeBorn in Berlin (Germany) in 1956, Michael Nischke studied photographic engineering in Cologne, and has since worked as a photographic designer and author, and started 2000 to work as a fine art photographer. To date, Nischke, who has … Continue reading