The upcoming exhibition of Australian photographer Marian Drew explores the paradox between still life, natural forms and playfulness. Continue reading WE Curate: Fresh
Fischnaller fully collapses chronological distance. Much like photographers Vik Muniz, Cindy Sherman or painter Kehinde Wiley, his characters and constructions bring a self-reflective presence to the work and its subjects fusing the delightful luxury of charms and bobbles with the absurdity of motorcycles and cooked spaghetti. Continue reading WE Curate: Josef Fischnaller
Blindly celebrating vanity and pleasures is a brusque insult to the art of photography – which has always been an important lens to look at history, changes and civilisation. For ideas and thoughts should be elaborated without words, the organiser of WYNG Masters Awards in Hong Kong uttered only one thing as the theme of the year – AIR. Hence these many translations of it by these aspiring Hong Kong photographers.
“I love industry. Pipes. I love fluid and smoke. I love man-made things. I like to see people hard at work, and I like to see sludge and man-made waste.” – David Lynch
Liang Yi Museum will soon unveil itself in February as Hong Kong’s first world-class private museum showcasing rare and precious antiques that reflect the East meets West culture of the city. Continue reading WE Chronicle: Liang Yi Museum opens as Hong Kong’s rare antique sanctuary
Famous for his Red Men Series, Shi Lifeng’s bold use of red men against greyed-out political images tells powerful stories of present struggles in China by representing the paradox between pain and happiness in life. Continue reading WE Curate: Red Men by Shi Li Feng