2023/10/09

NOIR & BLANC: 摄影美学

« NOIR & BLANC: UNE ESTHÉTIQUE DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE »

Exposition

17 oct. 2023 Until 21 jan. 2024

la BnF | François-Mitterrand

Galerie 2

Cette exposition rassemble des chefs-d’œuvre en noir et blanc issus des collections photographiques de la Bibliothèque nationale de France. Nadar, Man Ray, Ansel Adams, Willy Ronis, Helmut Newton, Diane Arbus, Mario Giacomelli, Robert Frank, William Klein, Daido Moriyama, Valérie Belin… : les grands noms de la photographie française et internationale sont réunis dans un parcours qui présente environ 300 tirages et embrasse 150 ans d’histoire de la photographie en noir et blanc, depuis ses origines au XIXe siècle jusqu’à la création contemporaine.

https://www.bnf.fr/fr/agenda/noir-blanc-une-esthetique-de-la-photographie

BnF | François-Mitterrand, Rue Emile Durkheim, Paris 75013.

FRANCE



2023/10/09

ENTENDRE DE SES PROPRES YEUX

ENTENDRE DE SES PROPRES YEUX

ENTENDRE DE SES PROPRES YEUX
HEAR WITH YOUR OWN EYES

Exhibition

a selection of photographs
the collection of Madeleine Millot-durrenberger

Berenice Abbott, John Armleder, Patrick Bailly-Maître-Grand, Laurent Cochet, Stéphane Couturier, Jean Daubas, Tom Drahos, Harold Edgerton, Christiane Geoffroy Stepan Grygar, Gabor Kerekes, Yuki Onodera, Jean Painlevé, Ian Paterson, Bernard Plossu, Rasi, François Sagnes, Pentti Sammallahti, Pierre Savatier, Josef Sudek, Masao Yamamoto

Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 October 2023
Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd October 2023

from 2 pm to 7 pm
guided tour at 6 pm

In Extremis

27 rue sainte Madeleine, 67000 Strasbourg.
FRANCE



2023/06/09

HK_French May_exhibition views

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DATE:12 MAY - 10 JUN 2023
wamono art

HERE, NO BALLOON – YUKI ONODERA SOLO EXHIBITION

& New works - Chronophotography

This will be the first exhibition in Hong Kong by internationally renowned Japanese artist Yuki Onodera, who has been based in Paris for just three decades. Onodera is known for singular experimental works that employ photography as their medium, but extend beyond its bounds to encompass an astonishing variety of expression that includes collages measuring several metres, and the use of drip painting techniques.

Fri and Sat: 12nn – 6pm; Mon – Thu: By appointment

wamono art

ACCESS

Unit A, 10/F, Derrick Industrial Building

49 Wong Chuk Hang Road

Hong Kong

WhatsApp: + 852 6822 2962


2023/04/18

在此,沒有氣球 奧諾黛拉有機個人展覽

在此,沒有氣球  奧諾黛拉有機個人展覽

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在此,沒有氣球——奧諾黛拉有機個人展覽

日期 12.05 – 10.06.2023

時間 星期五至六 中午十二時至晚上六時;星期一至四 需預約入場

場地 :

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「在此,沒有氣球」是國際知名的日本藝術家——奧諾黛拉有機,在香港的首次個展。她的作品以攝影作為媒介,但又超越了攝影的界限,涵蓋了各種驚人的表達方式,包括長達數米的拼貼畫,以及使用滴水畫技術去反映其藝術實踐。

wamono art將介紹在2022年製作的 「在此,沒有氣球」系列作品 。這件作品以巴托爾迪的青銅雕像為基礎,該青銅雕像是巴黎特恩斯門的一座氣球紀念碑,它在1940年代被熔化。奧諾黛拉在沒有紀念碑的情況下拍攝現址,並在她手工處理的一張兩米長銀鹽照片的表面上,使用新技術StareReap打印了生動的2.5D素材。這個尋常且獨一無二的系列作品,更突出手工照片和數碼技術的融合和碰撞。此外,是次展覽還會展出她的近期作品,讓人們了解這位藝術家令人難以置信的廣闊藝術實踐。

簡歷

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奧諾黛拉有機出生於東京(1962年)。1993年,她在巴黎成立工作室,開始於國際間工作。奧諾黛拉的實驗作品不符合 「攝影」 的模式,經常提出兩個問題:「什麼是攝影?」,「通過它可以做什麼?」她使用任何可能的方法來實現她的作品,無論是用相機裡的玻璃彈珠拍照,還是從傳說中創造一個故事,然後走到地球的盡頭去拍攝。

奧諾黛拉以在暗室中製作兩米高的照片或八米大小的拼貼畫以及其他獨有的手工方法而聞名。她的作品在龐畢度藝術中心的大型展覽「Elles@contrepompidou」(2009)中展出。

她獲得了享有盛譽的木村伊兵衛獎(2003),和Niépce獎(2006)。

她的作品被世界各地收藏,包括龐畢度藝術中心、三藩市現代藝術博物館、保羅·蓋蒂博物館、上海美術館和東京國家現代藝術博物館。在其他地點,她的個展曾在大阪國立美術館(2005)、上海美術館(2006)、東京攝影藝術博物館(2010)、首爾攝影博物館(2010)、Musée Nicéphore Niépce,法國(2011),Maison Européenne de la Photography,巴黎(2015)和Centre de la Photography de Mougins2022)。 

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Modern & Contemporary Art

DATE:12 MAY – 10 JUN 2023
wamono art

HERE, NO BALLOON – YUKI ONODERA SOLO EXHIBITION

& New works – Chronophotography

This will be the first exhibition in Hong Kong by internationally renowned Japanese artist Yuki Onodera, who has been based in Paris for just three decades. Onodera is known for singular experimental works that employ photography as their medium, but extend beyond its bounds to encompass an astonishing variety of expression that includes collages measuring several metres, and the use of drip painting techniques.

Fri and Sat: 12nn – 6pm; Mon – Thu: By appointment

wamono art

ACCESS

Unit A, 10/F, Derrick Industrial Building

49 Wong Chuk Hang Road

Hong Kong

WhatsApp: + 852 6822 2962

Free admission

Admission :

This will be the first exhibition in Hong Kong by internationally renowned Japanese artist Yuki Onodera, who has been based in Paris for just three decades. Onodera is known for singular experimental works that employ photography as their medium, but extend beyond its bounds to encompass an astonishing variety of expression that includes collages measuring several metres, and the use of drip painting techniques.

wamono art will present Onodera’s 2022 Here, No Balloon series, which takes as its theme the bronze hot-air balloon monument by Bartholdi that once stood in the Porte des Ternes in Paris, but was melted down and lost to posterity in the 1940s. Photographing the location as it is today, sans this monument, Onodera utilises new Ricoh StareReap technology to add vibrant 2.5D prints several millimetres thick to the surface of two-metre gelatin silver prints she has processed by hand, in an unusual, one-of-a-kind series that throws into relief the fusion and collision of handmade photo and digital technology. Also on display will be a number of other recent works offering insight into one side of this artist’s incredibly broad practice.

Biography

https://yukionodera.fr/en/profile/

Yuki Onodera was born in Tokyo (1962). In 1993, she established a studio in Paris and began to work internationally. Onodera’s experimental work, which does not fit within schemas of “photography,” often poses two questions: what is photography, and what can be done through it? She uses any possible method to realise her works, whether this means taking photographs with a marble inside her camera, or creating a story out of a legend and travelling to the ends of the earth to shoot it.

Onodera is known for making two-metre-high prints in the darkroom, or 8m size of collages, and for other original hands-on methods. Her works are presented in the “Elles@contrepompidou” (2009) a big exhibition at Centre Pompidou from the collection.

She won the prestigious awards Kimura Ihei Prize (2003, Japan) and Niépce Prize (2006, France).

Her work is held in collections around the world, including those of Centre Georges Pompidou, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The J. Paul Getty Museum, Shanghai Art Museum, and The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo. Among other locations, her solo exhibitions have been held at The National Museum of Art, Osaka (2005), Shanghai Art Museum (2006), Tokyo Photographic Art Museum (2010), The Museum of Photography, Seoul (2010), Musée Nicéphore Niépce, France (2011), Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris (2015), and Centre de la Photographie de Mougins (2022).

wamono art

49 Wong Chuk Hang Rd Derrick Industrial Building Unit A, 10/F, Wong Chuk Hang, 香港

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2023/03/28

Sha Shin Magazine vol.3 SPELL

Sha Shin Magazine

For Yuki Onodera, whose style has been to create photographic works based on clear concepts, it must have been a challenge to leave things to chance in a sense. However, Twin Birds, which depicts the process of gluing sticks together one by one to create a sculpture that incorporates many accidental elements, reveals that the viewer's cultural background dominates the way he or she sees things. As Onodera himself has expressed similarly, for those who understand Chinese characters, the first photograph evokes the character for "body", which is an ideographic character. This is a thought process that is unique to the ideographic Kanji culture and perhaps not to the alphabetic culture.

On the other hand, Darkside of the Moon can be interpreted as an attempt to break the circuit of information that is almost automatically processed and understood by the eye-brain relationship when the viewer sees an image more universally, regardless of his or her cultural background. In each of the three photographs, the middle portion is cut into a square and replaced with another photograph. This series was also shown in the solo exhibition "TO Where" held at Yumiko Chiba Associates in Tokyo from September to October 2020. However, many other collage works, such as "Muybridge's Twist," were also exhibited at the same exhibition, and the composition of this exhibition makes us want to interpret it in that context.

On the other hand, the pairing of "Twin Birds" with "Muybridge's Twist" can be interpreted in a different way, as a problem of our thought process to understand the aforementioned images. From this point of view, it can be said that the relationship between imagination and language is inseparable from the issue of language and the appreciation of photography.

Spell: Words as Supporters of Images - A Cross Section of Photography and Words in Contemporary Photography
Excerpt from Uchibayashi Shun

Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator


https://www.shashin.tokyo/

Sha Shin Magazine vol.3 SPELL


Kikuji Kawada
Naohiro Utagawa
Yuki Onodera
Yoko Kusano
Seiji Kumagai
Chieko Shiraishi
Gozo Yoshimasu
 
Publication: January 20, 2023
Specifications: A5 size, deformed
List price: 2,700 yen (excluding tax)
Publisher: Fugensha
Production: PCT, LLC
 
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Photo Magazine "SHASHIN" vol.3 Spell Publication Commemorative Exhibition

Naohiro Udagawa / Yuki Onodera / Yoko Kusano / Seiji Kumagai / Chieko Shiraishi / Gozo Yoshimasu

Tuesday, January 24 - Sunday, February 19, 2023
Tue-Fri 12:00-19:00
Sat. and Sun. 12:00 - 18:00
Closed: Monday

Venue: Communication Gallery Fugensha
5-3-12 Shimo-Meguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-0064, Japan
TEL:03-6264-3665 MAIL:info@fugensha.jp



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