“In Place” is a duo solo exhibition of two young female photographers – Chu Yun-Rung and Ho Yu. Both artists present their works in a book as guidance for viewers. Chu Yun-Rung preserves personal memories in a handmade album, and … Continue reading →
Can be selected as one of the top 20 galleries or museums in the world, among other criteria, selections are based on years established, industry reputation online buzz, location, size, socially relevant exhibits, motivational and educational programs, represented artists as … Continue reading →
In the city of Hiroshima, where usually called a peaceful city. However, there are many scars of the atomic bomb and old military facilities. Japanese photographer Kiyoshi Hashimoto recorded the development and declination of the city since 2005. Continue reading →
FUTORO and VENTURO: a vision for modern architecture over fifty years ago – today little more than a memory. Michael Nischke went in search of clues. Marauding UFO dreams rediscovered:In the 1970s, the futuristic round houses designed by Finnish architect … Continue reading →
Forces of death and life clash, intermingle, and are synthesized into something anew. This cyclical existence, where everything before me is decaying and regenerating itself at once, has hijacked my consciousness, and to come to terms with this sensation, I have embarked on the search for the concealed interconnectedness between the apparently disjunctive elements in life. Continue reading →
Using photography as a medium, in the most ordinary daily life, Taiwanese Artist YEN, PengChun collected these images, editing the daily routines to turn into Infinite universe as phenomenon. 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 →
I go out for hunting my fondness of photography…..
“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 →