邵文欢个展:《万籁俱寂》

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邵文欢《万籁俱寂
开幕酒会:周日 9月6日下午2点至5点
地点:M97画廊, 莫干山路97号2楼
       
       M97荣幸地宣布新展《万籁俱寂》开幕,这是来自杭州的综合媒介艺术家邵文欢的新作个展。展览将于9月6日开幕,一直持续到10月25日。艺术家本人将于6日的下午2点到5点亲临位于莫干山路97号2楼的M97画廊开幕酒会现场。这将是邵文欢于M97 的首次个展。
邵文欢《万籁俱寂》展将占据整个画廊的空间,展出包括在帆布和丝绸上创作地最新绘画和摄影作品,以及小型的装置和影像作品。
在这个后胶卷的时代中,影像和照片的无处不在使我们开始怀疑摄影的独特性,观者不得不去重新度量和评估什么是一张照片或什么才是一件摄影艺术品。邵文欢的综合媒体作品正是正面去针对这个持续性话题的探讨,包括对被认为是“摄影作品的”元素的拥抱和颠覆。 他的作品似乎在强调:我们通常所认为的摄影作品中精巧细致、控制感极强的本质在如今的后胶卷时代中显得有些荒诞。

        邵文欢的作品本身有着强烈的“胶卷”照片的外表,或许对于观众来说,了解到他所有2013年之后的作品都是用数码相机拍摄出来的是种惊喜,艺术家在拍摄之后又回到胶卷的世界,回到暗房中用帆布、丝绸、液体明胶、冲洗药水和颜料对作品进行最终的处理。

International Travelers (2015) Photography and mixed media.《国际旅游者》 摄影与混合媒介.

Blossom Dreams Along the Footpath(2015)Photography and mixed media on silk. 《陌上花梦》 絹缎上摄影与混合媒介. 
M97 cordially invites you to the opening of 
SHAO WENHUAN  AND ALL THE SOUNDS ARE STILL 
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 6, 2:00-5:00PM
M97 GALLERY, 97 Moganshan Road 2F

M97 
is pleased to present And All The Sounds Are Still, an exhibition of new work by Hangzhou-based mixed media artist Shao Wenhuan. The exhibition opens on September 6th and will run through October 25th, 2015. An opening reception with the artist will be held on Sunday September 6th from 2:00 to 5:00 PM at M97 Gallery [97 Moganshan Road 2nd Floor]. This is the artist’s first solo exhibition at M97.
    Spanning the entire gallery space, Shan Wenhuan’s “And All The Sounds Are Still” exhibition features new painting and photographic works on canvas and silk, as well as small installation and video works. In this now post-analog era where the ubiquity of images and photography makes us question the uniqueness of photography, the viewer is forced to reassess and reevaluate what it is that we consider a photograph or photographic art. The mixed media artworks of Shao Wenhuan address this continuing dialogue head on with both an embracement and subversion of the core elements of what most consider “photographic”. Shao’s artworks would argue, it seems, that the very delicate, controlled nature of what we consider a photograph is absurd in this post-analog age.

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