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Statement

At this years Photo London, Christophe Guye Galerie juxtaposes European with Asian artists who, in different approaches and unique techniques, scrutinize humanity and their environment and straddle the line between photography and art.

Press Release

While photography is often seen as the amplification of something, Stephen Gill (1971, Great Britain) tries the opposite. He wants to quieten things and not enhancing them. This tension stimulates the viewer to think of his or her own story. Ina Jang (1982, South Korea) creates work with a playful and poetic spirit. Constructive and deconstructive alike her work is physical, gentle, and humorous, …

While photography is often seen as the amplification of something, Stephen Gill (1971, Great Britain) tries the opposite. He wants to quieten things and not enhancing them. This tension stimulates the viewer to think of his or her own story. Ina Jang (1982, South Korea) creates work with a playful and poetic spirit. Constructive and deconstructive alike her work is physical, gentle, and humorous, introducing new meanings to familiar objects while exploring a collapse of dimensions in photography. Rinko Kawauchi (1972, Japan) explores the extraordinary in the everyday life, drawn to the …

Gallery

Location

Ground Floor, West Wing, Booth C3