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Month: February 2021

The Korean artist Jungjin Lee has worked on manual photography since early 1980s. Her works imply ideas of Eastern philosophy. She took images of deserts and mountains during her journey to Arizona, New Mexico and Canada, which were composed to a photo book named Opening. The book uses accordion folds to create back to back […]

What was attracted by Chen Dazhi’s photography for the first time was his unique picture texture effect obtained through his own research and development in a series of works. The unique photographic technique he developed was summarized as the Linear System by photography critic Li Shufeng, and it was also confirmed by Chen Dazhi himself. […]

Three Shadows presented “The Soften The Glow” an exhibition created by the artist Shao Wenhuan in the SMArt residency program in Switzerland. The Glow, 100x300cm Part, The Aletsch Glacier Part, Peaks, Photography   Continuing this creative clue of the “landscape” in the natural world, the artist Shao Wenhuan was invited by the SMArt project initiated […]

Travelers among the Mountains and Streams is widely considered to be an authentic work by Fan Kuan. The dignified mountains dominate this large Northern Song painting, which has the cool, other-worldly, and lofty spirit of Song-era landscapes. A group of travelers moves through the forest at the base of the mountain, and the proportional relationships […]

From Outside the Door to Once Upon a Land, Luo Shuhang ventured into a narrative journey concerning body and space.   “Once Upon a Land” creates intertextuality between painted images and images, even a dialogue that spans time and space. Such an intertextual approach is similar to the “colophons” in traditional painting. The appearance of colophons marks another […]


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