Friday, July 4, 2014

China Stories in Arles

Harvey Benge - Shanghai September 2007

Cologne based curator Tina Schelhorn from galerie lichtblick presents at the Rencontres d'Arles, which opens July 7, her China Stories exhibition. The show features work from 29 photographers from a host of countries.

Harvey Benge, Auckland, New Zealand – China Story
Steven Benson, Daytona Beach – The Cost of Power in China
Chili, Beijing – Red Star Hotel
Stefen Chow, Singapore – Ai Weiwei Portrait - The Poverty Line
Nathalie Daoust, Bejing/ Berlin – Mao Impersonator
Sanne de Wilde, Amsterdam – The Dwarf Empire
James Whitlow Delano, Tokyo – China: Dystopa/ Utopia
Luis Delgado, San Francisco - Cuentos Chinos
Giulio Di Sturco, Bangkok – China Hollywood
Antonio Julio Duarte, Lisbon – Macao Casino
Joakim Eneroth, Stockholm – Without End
Katharina Hesse, Beijing – Human Negotiations
Oyvind Hjelmen, Stord, Norway - Journey Elsewhere
Ore Huiying, Singapore – The Promised Land
Liu Jin, Beijing – Fallen Angel
Pok Chi Lau, Lawrence/Hongkong - Flow China 1979-82
Elaine Ling, Toronto – Mongolia – Neon Buddhas
Sherman Ong, Singapore - HanoiHaiku
Chris Rauschenberg, Portland - China 1985
Michael Rhoades, New York – China Town NY
Yuan Shun, Beijing/ Berlin - Mindscape
Matthew Sleeth, Melbourne – Red China
Zsolt Szamódy, Budapest – The Back Alleys of Globalization
Homer Sykes, London – Shanghai Odyssey
Ian Teh, London – Traces - Dark Clouds
Kurt Tong, Hongkong – In Case it Rains in Heaven
Unity Art Nabiha + Thom, Würzburg – Yellow Chain Dance
Robert Welsh, San Francisco – Grandma
Wolfgang Zurborn, Cologne - China! Which China?

July 6-13, 2014. Daily 1 pm to midnight
Opening: Sunday, July 6 at 6 pm
in cooperation with Corinne Dumas-micaleff, Max Pam, Edition Bessard

l'atelier cinq / lieu de l'écrit & galerie / Place Voltaire, 5 rue tardieu / 13200 Arles / France

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