台北市, 中山區, Taiwan
位於台北市中山區雙城街19巷21號8F 開放時間: 週二-週日 11:00-19:00 聯絡電話: (02) 2597-5919 Email: gallery@steelmen.com.tw

2013年11月27日 星期三

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藏家言: 展覽中令他最驚訝的是作品在於中間調的表現,在黑白照片裡照片的灰階及細節是最困難的,而又在作品 0點05分 照片裡呈現出似真似虛的空間與時間給深深吸引,相當欣賞 余白 的細膩及用心。 

2013年11月7日 星期四

【展覽預告】2013.11.16-12.15 MINUIT - 余白個人攝影展Hubert Kilian solo exhibition


[ 展覽時間 Date ] : 2013.11.16 – 12.15

週二 - 週日 11:00 - 19:00 (週一休館)

[ 開幕時間 Opening ] : 2013.11.16 (SAT) 14:30

影片製作/ pon s pon

2013年11月1日 星期五

[展覽預告] Hubert Kilian solo exhibition余白個人攝影展 - 展覽時間

[ 展覽時間 Date ] : 2013.11.16 12.15

週二 - 週日 11:00 - 19:00 (週一休館)

[ 開幕時間 Opening ] : 2013.11.16 (SAT) 14:30

[ 展覽地點 Venue ] : 八樓當代藝術空間 Floor 8 Contemporary Art Space
104 台北市中山區雙城街19218
8f No. 21, Ln 19, Shuang Cheng St., zhongshan Dist., Taipei city104 , Taiwan

[展覽預告] 2013.11.16-12.25 Hubert Kilian solo exhibition - 余白個人攝影展 -創作介紹


余白,駐台北的法國記者。1996年開始了他的攝影歷程,在過去的二十年中,持續拍攝記錄城市居民與環境之間的關係。透過這個與城市交流的時刻,他試圖揭示這種時間似水流逝和產生的印記間的戲劇性潛力。台北是他最喜歡的題材之一,他花了很多時間,在每一個角落,記錄人們的生活方式和捕捉對過去的追想與消失中的記憶。他的作品曾在巴黎、台北和印尼萬隆發表,並於一些法國和台灣雜誌出版品中可見。在他個人網站 www.huberkilian.com將可欣賞他個人的更多的攝影作品。


In French, MINUIT means midnight: the transitional period between sunset and sunrise. It is a time when the date changes, crimes are committed and transformations occur. Cities offer a different spectacle by day and night. By day, Taipei is a moody yet busy city characterized by an obsolete modernity of which the beauty is never obvious at the first sight. At night, when MINUIT is stealthily approaching, Taipei’s face is shifting, slowly emerging from the dark in the weak, flickering neon lights. At that unique moment, when nothing matters more than the fact of being there, reality is shrinking, time stops running normally and the breath of the city can be heard. Its walls and lanes, its windows and boulevards are evolving into a spectacle of dancing shadows and heavy atmospheres, revealing the secrets of Taipei’s hidden side.

Starting 2010, HUBERT KILIAN has spent long hours each week walking the streets of Taipei and New Taipei at night. The collection of images presented here shows his desire to track down the souls of the city and to capture its after-dark charm. A few night creatures, bit players in this shadow theater, include shopkeepers sleeping in stores that time forgot, tired night workers resting in anonymous eateries on street corners and lost souls or casual walkers savoring an original, nocturnal lifestyle. All these people have gently and generously shared with me those precious secrets that make Taipei by night a very fascinating and poetic city.
HUBERT KILIAN is a Taipei-based French journalist. He began his photographic odyssey in 1996 and, for the past two decades, has been photographing cities to document the relationships between inhabitants and their environment. Through this urban momentum, he seeks to reveal the dramatic potential of the great spectacle of time and people passing by, and of the stones that remain. Taipei is one of his favorite subjects. He has spent many hours visiting every corner to meet people, to record their ways of life and to capture reminiscences of the past and vanishing memories. His work has shown in Paris, Taipei and Bandung, as well as being published in several French and Taiwanese magazines. At www.hubertkilian.com can be seen a more extensive selection of photographs.