Virtual China Chinese Photographers Association official website Posted on May 26, 2006 by Lyn Jeffery Check out the works of some of China’s professional photographers to get a sense of how things look through a Chinese lens. link to website link to Fu Jianyong’s 傅建勇 lucid, northern b+w shots of manual laborers and their kids on constructions worksites and at rest (examples below) link to Zeng Ziqiang’s 曾子强 soft edged, brightly colored portraits of kids, peasants, landscapes link to Xu Baowei’s 徐保卫 winter scenes, almost the rural New England of China.
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I’m interexted to present in Italy a history of the Chinese photography 1949 – 2006, as I saw in China Daily web site.
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Walter Liva, CRAF Director
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Joyce Gordon Gallery
Glimpses in Time
International Juried Photography Exhibition
OPEN CALL FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS
Photographers working in all styles, in traditional or digital formats, are invited to enter up to two of their photographic images for the international juried photography exhibition Glimpses in Time. The top award recipient will receive a solo exhibition
at the Joyce Gordon Gallery. Entry forms and submission guidelines can be found at: http://www.joycegordonphotographygallery.com
This year’s exhibit pays tribute to the life and art of James Van Der Zee, an American-born photographer who produced the most
comprehensive documentation of the Harlem Renaissance. His experimentation with double exposures and retouching negatives
allowed him to articulate the persona of a period that influenced generations of artists around the globe.
About the Juror: Steven Wirtz, owner of the prestigious Steven Wirtz Gallery in San Francisco, will be the sole juror.
Opening in 1972, the Steven Wirtz Gallery has become one of the most established galleries in California, with a strong focus on photography.
A portion of the submission fees will benefit the photography club at Seven Tepees Youth Program (San Francisco, CA).
July 1, 2008
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August 1, 2008
August 1–30, 2008
Joyce Gordon Gallery
406 14th Street
Oakland, CA 94612