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RECORDING AND RESHAPING

2016-11-02

Photos by foreign photographers are displayed by five exhibit planners from China Photographers Association’s Exhibition Planning Committee in this unit, in order to introduce current international photography trends, broaden Chinese viewers’ horizons, and develop new perceptions. The five photographers come from the Czech Republic, the USA, Switzerland, and Italy, and their photographic styles are characteristic of their homelands.

Their photos focus on the physical and mental unbalance of modern people,while demonstrating the effects of crises such as the floods in Venice and the Chernobyl disaster. Viewers will enjoy a visual feast of the classic collections of five modern photography masters, as well as immersing themselves in an artistic atmosphere with double aesthetics created with montage techniques.

The exhibits, each with distinctive styles and photographic techniques, show the beauty of photography. We hope that these five international photographers will bring a compelling foreign experience to Chinese spectators.


GREETINGS AND KISSES

Curator:BaoLihui

Photographer:Marta Primavera


The Italian artist Marta Primavera’s work of Greetings and Kisses is expressing by a very interesting montage way. As a painter, she combines painting and photographing perfectly, showing the viewers a personally visit across the time. Her photography work is not only a record, but also a bold experiment. In her work, we could see the combination of ancient European art and modern parts, it is classical and reality, we could feel the cross of time. The ingenious combination of the past and present turns everything of ordinary into extraordinary, it creates a new potential researching point for photography.


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TONO STANO

Curator:SHU Yang

Photographer:TonoStano


Selected Czech master TonoStano’s 31 pieces photo works from 6 series included ‘Beijing City’, ‘Beijing Studio’, ‘Beijing Still Life’, ‘Masterpiece’, ‘Portrait’and ‘New Prague’.


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SKELETON IN THE CLOSET

Curator:Wang Peiquan

Photographer:Fritz Liedtke


These photographs are about normal people, who sit down with me over coffee, and pour out their secrets of abuse, neglect, insecurity, cruel and thoughtless words, terrible things they’ve done to their bodies and families, the results, the healing process, the enduring ache within.


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HIGH WATER TO VENICE

Curator:Zeng Yi

Photographer:Virgilio Bardossi


“High Water to Venice” was photographed by famous Italian photographer VirgilioBardossi who documented the landscapes when Venice was stricken by floods. He has photographed a lot of photos when he hanged around the Piazza San Marco, Palazzo Ducale and other places in Venice. The 30 photos chosen were only a small part of them.


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WHITE ANGEL

Curator:Zhang Guotian

Photographer:Niels Ackermann (Swiss)


In April 2016, the world commemorated the 30th anniversary of Chernobyl disaster.Instead of reminding once more the overly documented consequences of the accident, Swiss photographer Niels Ackermann chose to look toward the future. During three years, he photographed the youth of Slavutych: Ukraine's youngest city. The town that was born from the catastrophe.


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