In his series "East Window", Huang Xiaoliang looks at his surroundings as a theater, a stage, and as time goes by, the storyline is constantly expanding, and he is part of the story/history.
Watch the Chinese artist Huang Xiaoliang very special interview.
We have recently invited Alex Tsway (born in 1991) to take over Photography of China's Instagram account to share several of his photographs. Tsway is an artist based in Seattle, Washington. His series shown above explores the complex feelings growing up between cultures. He feels “not yellow enough for China, nor white enough for America”. Tsway believes by acknowledging the identity crisis we can move on as a collective conscience. This can create pathways to create a new identity that Asian Americans can relate too and feel proud about.
Photographer Wing Shya has been at the leading edge of Hong Kong's cultural and aesthetic landscape. Known for his sensuality and style, he created a series that focused on the daily lives of Shaolin monks.
Bud Glick documented everyday life in New York City’s Chinatown in the 1980s. His works are exhibited at the Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) until March 24, 2019. This exhibition presents a rich contextualization of a complex time when much of the global Chinese diaspora viewed New York City’s Chinatown as its north star.
In his series “The Extending Punctums”, He Bo blends an archival approach with an artistic sensibility to reveal the conflation of image and text.
“To trust the road ahead, wherever it may lead.” Ning Kai & Sabrina Scarpa
Partners in work and in life, the Chinese Ning Kai and the Netherlander Sabrina Scarpa have been pursuing their career as a duo with “The Land Between Us” project, which offers ethereal and colourful visions of the natural environment. They have recently turned this project into a refined publication, edited by Imageless 无像.
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