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4 exhibitions, 4 projects, 4 countries!

Added on by Annie Ling.

It's often said that once you put your work out there, it begin to have a life of their own. Without the support of those who believe in our work, we would truly never be able to give our work the audience it deserves. So a big shout out and thank you to everyone behind these exhibitions!

Three personal projects spanning ten years are concurrently on view in three countries—Iceland, Latvia, Hungary, and a fourth exhibition is on its way here at home in NYC! I'm thrilled to announced an upcoming group show I'm privilege to be part of along with Thomas Holton and An Rong Xu opening next month at The Museum of the City of New York:

Upcoming Exhibition: 

INTERIOR LIVES: CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHS OF CHINESE NEW YORKERS
CMNY. Manhattan, NY, USA
Group exhibition coming soon: October 26, 2018 - March 24, 2019

Current Exhibitions:

OPEN HOUSE: MOMENTS FROM THE LIFE OF ASYLUM SEEKERS IN ICELAND
Gerðuberg Culture House. Reykjavik, Iceland
Solo exhibition on view now: May 4 - *extended* till September 16, 2018

INFINITE SAUVAGE: ISSP 2018 EXHIBITION IN KULDĪGA SAVVAĻA
Kuldīgas Mākslas Nams. Kuldiga, Latvia
Group exhibition on view now: August 4 - September 9, 2018

AWHERENESS: HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN ROMANIA AND MOLDOVA
Grand Cafe. Szeged, Hungary
Solo exhibition on view now: August 11 - September 30, 2018

Tribeca/Chinatown NYC pop-up show: "Between Here and Home"

Added on by Annie Ling.

Over the years, my work with immigrant communities and refugees dove into the nuances of home and identity in flux. Unsurprisingly perhaps, these themes have long marked my own journey of displacement and loss. When the opportunity came to participate in a pop-up group exhibition aptly named "Between Here and Home",  I decided it was time to unveil new work that resulted from recent attempts to dig deeper into my personal experience. And so, I'm pleased to present never before seen images from my recent travels along the Silk Road in China, along with an installation of diaristic 16mm and Super 8mm films from NYC. Please stop by, otherwise I hope we'll get a chance to connect another way in person.

From the series:  Double Take . 2016. Chromogenic prints. ©Annie Ling

From the series: Double Take. 2016. Chromogenic prints. ©Annie Ling

Between Here and Home | curated by Alan Chin
December 12, 2017 - January 7, 2018
384 Broadway, New York, NY

Opening Reception: Friday, December 15, 6 - 9pm

Exhibition Open Hours: 
Tuesday - Wednesday, 10am - 4pm
Thursday - Friday, 10am - 7pm
Saturday - Sunday, 2 - 7pm
Closed for Christmas, New Year's Eve, and New Year's Day.

What does it mean to be Chinese in the contemporary moment of technological transformation as well as dangerous nationalist imagery? In Between Here and Home, seven photographers — one Chinese, three American-born-Chinese, one who emigrated to Queens from China as a young child, a Taiwanese Canadian, and a Filipina who has worked in Hong Kong — share their perspectives on various aspects of Chinese life and culture, both in China and in the diaspora, including New York City’s Chinatowns. They document traditional communities facing tremendous change, personal journeys of discovery, and political conflict. 

"Passage" Group Show at Photo Gallery Brussels — Oct 7th-23rd

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This exhibition celebrates the 10th anniversary of Photo Gallery Asblvzw, a beautiful non-profit space and education center in the heart of Brussels, Belgium. It's an honor to be exhibiting my series "Independent Mothers" along works by Sébastien deVille, Yenci Kiss, Valentina Stellino, and Constantin Schlachter.

The Smell of Dust - Official Launch in São Paulo, Brazil

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So excited to have my work in the official launch of the audiovisual performance THE SMELL OF DUST, taking place at the Gallery KUNSTHALLE in São Paulo, Brazil on April 16th, 2014 at 8pm.

The soundtrack of the projection composed exclusively for TSOD will be executed live by the Brazilian musician BASS N' INSANE. And of course a big shout out to all the talented photographers and musicians involved in the project, not least my friend Sue-Elie Andrade-Dé who is the mastermind behind all of this!

Check out my recent interview with TSOD on my latest series "Anonymous" and this great teaser:

Devastation, Document, Drive: A SANDY Benefit Exhibiton

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I'm honored to be part of an upcoming New York Photo Festival initiative and support other artists in need.
A group show benefiting artists affected by Hurricane Sandy will have it's opening reception from 7pm-9pm this Wednesday (Feb 13th) at the PowerHouse Arena in DUMBO at 37 Main St., Brooklyn.

All photos in the exhibition, including several of my selects from Breezy Point will be available for purchase for only $5 per photo (!!!) as suggested donation. Arrive early and invite all your friends to this special event. You wouldn't want to miss out!

"Large devastating storms like Sandy generate non-stop news coverage in the hours, days, and weeks after the initial tragedy. Too often, as the story begins to fade, so does the awareness about those still in need. While those in the areas deeply affected by Sandy are still rebuilding––and will be for quite some time––it is our goal to make sure the devastating visuals from the storm remain at the forefront of the public consciousness.

AdoramaPix has generously printed the exhibition’s over 1000 photographs, which “flood” The POWERHOUSE Arena walls. In the wake of Superstorm Sandy, The POWERHOUSE Arena suffered damage caused by 28” of water that entered our space and shattered our doors during the surge. It is our goal to replicate this flood line by displaying a 28” swatch of photographs depicting Sandy and the rebirth after the storm."