LUO YANG_GIRLS - Catalogue of Works
Luo Yang’s GIRLS belong to a part of contemporary China that is rarely taken note of in the West. Her portraits depict an emerging Chinese subculture that defies imposed expectations and stereotypes – GIRLS are bad-assed and self-aware, yet insecure, vulnerable and torn, with a supreme sense of cool. Beijing-based artist Luo Yang photographs the girls around her, attempting to grasp an understanding of their lives as well as her own. Although different, they share the same ambivalent emotions, confusions and concerns. It is in that connection that Luo finds the strength and fragility of her subject. Her images are bold and up-front, intimate and sensitive at the same time. They explore the themes of youth and femininity, while challenging traditional beliefs about women in Chinese society. As such, Luo’s GIRLS reflect a view on life in China that both celebrates and defies its reality.
This catalogue comprises the most beautiful, disturbing and most fascinating images of Luo Yang’s GIRLS series from 2008 to the present day.
Published on occasion of MO-Industries’ pop-up exhibitions in Berlin, May 2016, and Hong Kong, September 2016.
FADE-TO-BLACK. Cards by Andrea Katheder
12 Images from the series FADE_TO_BLACK, Berlin, 2015
(6 are displayed here)
Each box signed by the artist.
HERE THERE ARE MEN. Prints by Patrick Wack
Boxes with each 20 small-scale prints from the series HERE THERE ARE MEN
by Patrick Wack.
4 BOXES, 4 THEMES:
1/TIBET, 2/ CHONGQING, 3/ INNER MONGOLIA , 4/ YUNNAN
Boxes may be purchased separately.
PATRICK WACK. HERE THERE ARE MEN & HUANGSHAN - Catalogue of Works
The first and most complete overview of Patrick Wack’s series HERE THERE ARE MEN and his new works on the HUANGSHAN mountain-scape.
Published on occasion of MO-Industries pop-up exhibitions in Berlin, September 2015, and Singapore, December 2015 – February 2016
A NEW CELEBRATION by Patrick Wack & Pierre Vinclair
A New Celebration / Portrait(s) of Chongqing
Une Nouvelle celebration / Portrait(s) de Chongqing
Borne from the collaboration of writer Pierre Vinclair and photographer Patrick Wack, A New Celebration is the tale of a journey into Chongqing, a philosophical inquiry into the power of art, as well as a series of portraits that draw the face of today’s China. It is a meditation in verses, prose and images about the political and aesthetic scale of the “urban condition”.
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