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EXHIBITION | Calm Yet Intense · Free Yet Purposeless - Solo Photography Exhibition by Huang Jing

Updated: Jan 7

Artistic Sensations | FIGURE


Huang Jing's photograph works would be on a solo exhibition at BRANDOR Shenzhen OCAT STORE starting December 27th, 2023. We look forward to having you here with us and experiencing the life scenes together through Huang Jing's lens.





BRANDOR


CONCEPT · FIGURE



BRANDOR aims to integrate sensory experience with artistic expression from the perspective of "SENSE · CONCEPT". "CONCEPT · FIGURE" is an exploration of brand diversity, looking for and presenting unique perceptions and conceptual expressions from different perspectives and fields.


In this edition, we invite photography artist Huang Jing as the first person of "CONCEPT · FIGURE". With his unique lens language, Huang Jing captures the ordinary but subtle moments of life through the form of black and white photography. His works show us not only images but also his perspectives and attitudes towards life. He infuses his distinct personal narrative into his images, adding a layer of more perceptive and poetic capture to our perception of life.


Huang Jing's photograph works would be on a solo exhibition at BRANDOR Shenzhen OCAT STORE starting December 27th, 2023. We look forward to having you here with us and experiencing the life scenes together through Huang Jing's lens.





Huang Jing's Solo Exhibition


CALM YET INTENSE · FREE YET PURPOSELESS


HOST


BRANDOR


DATE


2023.12.27 - 2024.3.23


ADDRESS


BRANDOR COFFEE SHENZHEN OCAT STORE


STORE HOURS


Mon - Sun 08:30 - 20:30




In such an era of image flooding, Huang Jing's works appear so real, with a scarce sense of granularity in the digital age. Free and quiet time floats in black and white pictures, appears to be incompatible with this seething era of rat race. He seems to be a free, detached boy, wandering around doing nothing, but also like a poet full of profound meaning at the same time, showing us the world he is staring at, placid but realistic. There is always a melancholy beauty in his lens, sad but sincere, pure and intense. In his image world, I feel as if I am back in my youth, back to the long-lost innocence and youth of the 1980s, calm every day but always warm and exciting.



Curator: Brian S.



Huang Jing



Huang Jing, who was born in Guangzhou in 1987, now lives in Shenzhen. He graduated from Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts (GAFA), majoring in Photography and Digital Arts. In 2011, he won the Leica Oskar Barnack Award: Newcomer. His works have been exhibited at Van Gogh Museum (Arles, France), He Xiangning Art Museum (Shenzhen, China), Leica Art Museum (Witzler, Germany), Dike Gate Museum (Hamburg, Germany), Guangdong Art Museum (Guangzhou, China), FOAM Museum of Photography (Amsterdam, the Netherlands), etc.




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