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Almond Chu: On Our China Watchlist  
1/24/12 Posted 1/24/12

(Image: Almond Chu, Prodigio, Digital Inkjet Print On Fine Art Paper, 2008; © Almond Chu / Courtesy Osage Gallery) Almond Chu (b. 1962, Hong Kong) In his series “Horses”, Almond Chu gives us yet one more series of exquisitely made photographic works. Known for his superb black and white nudes and his stark compositions during the ’90’s, Almond Chu has since ventured into several new areas of expression. In recent years he has explored new themes and has worked in colour, both in and out of the... [more]

Wang Ningde: On Our China Watchlist  
12/7/11 Posted 12/7/11

(Image: Wang Ningde, Some Days No.54 , 2009; © Wang Ningde) Wang Ningde (b. 1972, Liao Ning province) Created over the course of the past ten years from 1999 through 2009, Wang Ningde’s "Some Days" series is some of the most iconic bodies of work to come out of the Chinese contemporary photography scene in the last decade. With the atmosphere of a silent film, Wang Ningde’s anachronistic characters - from school children to families to Communist soldiers – exist in a staged setting each with their eyes... [more]

Jennifer Ma Wen: On Our China Watchlist  
10/15/11 Posted 10/15/11

(Image: Jennifer Ma Wen, Dodo with One Hundred Meeps Walking in the Desert, 2011, Single-monitor video with audio track, 2:22; © Jennifer Ma Wen) Jennifer Ma Wen (b. 1973, Beijing, China) Jennifer Wen Ma is an artist based in New York and Beijing. Jennifer works in media as varied as installations, video, drawing, fashion design, performances and public works. She has participated in numerous exhibitions internationally, such as at The Phillips Collection, Washington DC, Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Sol... [more]

20110829081911-lu-jun Review of Lu Jun & Sun Ji -- Two Solo Exhibitions  
Sun Ji, LU Jun at M97 Gallery August 1st, 2009 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Posted 8/29/11

Lu Jun’s large-scale photography works use the three fundamental elements of Chinese landscape painting - water, ink, and paper - combined with techniques of modern photography to create poetic landscapes that flow in both form and color. Lu Jun’s motivation as an artist is to create rather than to imitate, using the tools available to him as a contemporary photography artist. Water and ink captured in photographs, and under the artist’s control, blend together in dreamy clouds of colo... [more]

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