Established Taiwanese artist Jui-Chung Yao selected from a bulk amount of his unpublished black and white photographs taken in the last twenty years, collaborating with independent publishing house Waterfall for the photo book Something Blue. 50 photographs are included in this book, whose bookbinding design, made of artificial leather, is inspired by the vintage photo album.
The new series ‘Floaters’ were ﬁrst photographed in Taipei in 2012, when Hosokura participated in the Artis In Residency program at Kuandu Museum. The images were photographed with color ﬁlms, then printed through the process of tintype. The tintype prints were digitally scanned again and ﬁnally produced as type-C prints, which will be in view at the exhibition.
LCC Photography, the course is renowned for its critical approach to the photographic medium. Studying theory alongside their practice, the graduating class of 2013 have employed a range of techniques, from digital and hand-crafted photography, to artist books, drawing, moving image, performance and installation.
The exhibiting artists include: Kristoffer Anders Skogheim Amundsen, Bjarne Bare, Jørn Bjercke, Sindre Brusselmans, Tobias Alexander Danielsson, Miriam Hansen, Siri Iversen-Ejve, Henrik Mojord Jahnsen, Silje Johannessen, Linda Karin Larsen, Solveig Lønseth, Svetlana Negashova, Sara Jenny Charlotta Rönnbäck, Lise Steingrim, Peter Christian Sæbø, Morten Jensen Vågen, Per Joel Sebastian Westerlund and Ruben Aas and it is curated by Natalie Hope O’Donnell
Anne Schwalbe is a photographer from Berlin holding her solo exhibition “Alles” at POST/LimArt. It's the first time she's held an exhibition in Japan. The title of the exhibition is "Alles" which translates to "All" in English. Anne has selected a few different prints from, “Blindschleiche und Riesenblatt”(2010), Wiese”(2011), and “Vulkan oder Stein”(2012) to be on display at the show.
The movie itself is used as a mean by En Ning to traverse through spatial and temporal boundaries; it also acts as a tool to select and extend her imagination, claiming these scenes as hers. Similarly, Wu Ma’s choice of portraying his characters in traditional Chinese costumes suggests an attempt to retrieve a certain archetypal period of time that is believed to be long gone.
Face to Face comprises work by second year students on the BA (Hons) Photography course in the Faculty of Arts at the University or Brighton. This exhibition demonstrates a range of photographic practices that take place on our course. These include critical, explorative and experimental works focused upon concepts such as archive, allegory, identity, narrative, performance and place, as well al more traditional works focused upon issues of social, cultural and historical concern.
With a title inspired by a widely utilised flexible economic management model responsive to the needs and demands of the global market which is intended to be implemented not only at the level of the factory floor but to extend to the nation state itself, The Breathing Factory, critically addresses the role and representation of labour and global labour practices in this newly industrialised landscape as manifest in manufacturing and technology.
The online bookstore Nitesha curates an art book fair inside Tokyo one of the famous bookstore Tsutaya T-Site. With a range of rare photo books and magazine, as well as publications from Taiwan and China, especially there are titles have just made their first appearance in Japan, Nitesha brings a fresh selection of art books to Japanese readers.
The works featured in this book were only a tiny part from what I’ve collected. Some of familiar landscape of Elephant and Castle, Stockholm or Taipei, a food list while staying in Berlin, the impact of Hong Kong, the conflict, the love affair....or a found postcard in Paris and so on, we just happened to be there then. In the postscript section, there’s project based on the community from the island Tristan da Cunha, it’s to show the concept of city from an opposite angle...
Looking For America is an ambitious and unique year-long project, undertaken by Magnum, that seeks to answer that question. In it, photographers will document all aspects of the ongoing social experiment that is America: its cities; its rural expanses; its subcultures; its cycles of decay and rebirth.
Thomas Zanon-Larcher’s work scrapes away at ordinary fears, commonplace fantasies, catching at nerve ends. In Falling: A Part the space between film, drama and reality is blurred. These photographs belong to Zanon-Larcher’s narrative work, a cycle of photographic stories, in which nothing is staged formally....