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如是他闻|国际摄影大师联展

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世界是一篇漫长的故事,我们都是其中的角色;而摄影师,就是那自告奋勇,主动提出要来讲故事的人。当我们身处繁杂缭乱的篇章,茫然无绪,一头雾水的时候,有一群摄影师用镜头为我们凝聚一个个章节,有限的目光与精力得以集中在那以摄影图像为语言的简练叙述上。此次杜若云章画廊集结四位国际知名摄影家,或者说,高超的图像叙述者——我们疲惫不堪,却仍充满好奇,他们替我们走遍世界各地,走到每一个被我们忽视的角落,走到时间的另一头,然后或优雅或狂乱或激动或平静地归来,让我们看进他们的眼睛,品味印刻在那里的奇妙景象。 





起奏 



故事的开端便不平淡,故事的发展是丰满的叙事。 



乔纳森·安德森(Jonathan Anderson)和埃德温·洛(Edwin Low)这两位艺术摄影师,自1990年起便一直使用Anderson & Low的组合标签进行创作。他们的作品题材可谓海纳百川:人物肖像、建筑、抽象画面、新闻报道、裸体人物和自然风景,造就了他们多变的风格和视角。他们是有史以来唯一被官方授权可自由拍摄中国国家体操运动员训练景象的摄影师;他们的作品被收藏于世界各个知名艺术机构,其中就有纽约大都会博物馆。 



本次展出的作品中,Anderson & Low在平面的照片之中打开了新的空间;建筑与自然,人体与建筑,不同的维度,奇特的质感,甚至让人怀疑这是否真的是摄影作品。他们的叙述巧妙地穿梭在现实与梦境之间,而他们想要探索的从不是物质的虚幻与否,而是精神的真实存在。 





承转 



故事一路向前,满怀的情绪在隐秘发展。 



伊娃·鲁宾斯坦(Eva Rubinstein)是波兰裔美国摄影师,从5岁被钢琴家父亲和芭蕾舞者母亲以舞蹈家为目标培养的她,从未想过会自己会留名于美国摄影史。然而体会了各种不同文化的她,在34岁时拿起了相机,着迷于短暂快门之间的无限,以她独到的自我体验记录生活——之后的数十年,她在全球各地举办了将近100场个展。 



鲁宾斯坦对“空房间”的执念,不禁让人想到韩国导演金基德的那部同名电影——当住在里面的人离开,这被留下的、看不见的生活背面,也许才是最真实的所在:爱、欢笑、泪水、争吵、复合、离别、死亡,一切私密的人类活动与情感,在无机的空间内留下痕迹。鲁宾斯坦的作品指引着我们,当一切具象的高潮逝去之后再度游荡于这空房间,在最不起眼的角落,获得无尽的想象和愉悦。 





末后 



故事结尾悠长隽永,缓缓去往生命的更深处。 



来自法国的Christian Chambenoit有个中文名 字,叫常易。在巴黎获取摄影及电影的硕士学位后 ,便以摄影为生,也常作画。在中国台湾生活了12年,2007年和家人移居上海。他曾为多本国际知名时尚杂志与传播机构提供封面摄影并担任艺术总监,作为艺术家涉猎也十分多元:绘画、装置、摄影等等,对他来说,艺术创作比起职业,更像是一种生活方式。 



传统的湿法摄影术进行的创作是常易摄影作品的一大魅力。这个世界上没有什么生命体是永恒的,而常易的镜头却偏偏关注的是那些尤其短暂、微小的生命:带有金属质感的小虫子, 美丽而脆弱的蝴蝶等等。湿法摄影在技术上使得这些作品能够抵御时间的冲刷,在视觉上又给予这些不为人们所留心的小生命一种隽永的、画一般的美感,仿佛来自古老的自然博物馆,穿越时空,呈现在大家面前。驻足他的摄影作品前,感受到的已不仅仅是粗浅的“复古”体验,而是一种神秘的、对生命的凝视。 





World is a long, long story with all of us in it as characters, and photographers are those who volunteer to be the storytellers. When we are lost in the complexity of the story, there are a group of photographers encapsulate those chapters for us to concentrate our limited attention on the concise narration of photo language. This month Je Fine Art Gallery assembles four celebrated photographers from home and abroad to tell stories they gathered from all the different corners of this world for us who are so curious but so tired from the visual bombardment of daily life. 





The Beginning& Development 



The story is not an ordinary one from the beginning.,and the development of the story is enriched narratives. 



Jonathan Anderson & Edwin Low, known as Anderson & Low are fine art photographers who have been collaborating since 1990. Their works cover a wide range of themes of portraiture, architectural studies, abstract images, reportage, nudes, and landscape, residing in well-known art institutions all over the world, such as The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. 



The works of Anderson & Low displayed in this exhibition shows how a new space is established on the flat surface of photos. Architectures and the nature, human bodies and architectures, different dimensions intersecting each other challenge the viewers’ perception of photography. Their narratives exquisitely fuse the realm of reality and dreams, as their intention has never been the authenticity of the material, but of the mind. 





The Transition 



After the climax is the transition to the hidden passion. 



Eva Rubinstein is a Polish-American photographer, a kid of a pianist and a ballet dancer who raised her into a professional dancer. She never thought that she will leave her name in the history of American photography, not even when she picked up the camera at the age of 34—but as it turns out, she became extremely well received and held nearly 100 solo exhibitions around the world in the following years. 



Rubinstein’s obsession with the “empty house”, makes people think in relation to the celebrated Korean director Kim –Ki-duk’s movie with the same name—when the residents leave, the left, invisible back side of the life, is perhaps the existence of the realest. Love, laugh, tears, quarrels, making up and saying goodbyes, all these intimate human activities and emotions, leave traces behind in the discarded space. Rubinstein’s works lead us wandering into the empty house after all the exterior climax pass, and in the most inconspicuous corner, we find endless imagination and bless. 





The Ending (endless) 



French artist Christian Chambenoit has a Chinese name, Changyi. He lived in Taiwan for 12 years after obtaining his master degree of photography and films in Paris ( ENSAD ). He moved to Shanghai with his families, in 2007, and makes photos and paintings and art direction for a living. Now Changyi has a photography wet plate studio in the creative industry center next to the Shanghai Railway Station. 



Wet Plate Processing contributes as one major charm of his photography works. 

Minute lives is the subject of many of Changyi’s photography works, such as little bugs, butterflies, etc. Wet Plate Processing gives these insignificant lives a sense of timeless beauty, making the images seem to come from old natural museums that stand the test of time. Standing before Changyi’s works, what one may experience is not simply the visual effect of “the vintage”, but more importantly, a gaze into the mysterious notion of life itself.