Under Gods is currently on show at SIDE Gallery in Newcastle. Home Made in Smethwick was part of SIDE’s reopening show Childhoods last year. I plan to work much more with the great team and archive up there soon…
OCAT museum are exhibiting my commissioned series exploring how Chinese youth are weaving together tradition and contemporary life in Xi’an. The ancient capital city of China has a rich culture of music and is proud of being the birthplace of Chinese rock.
I am excited to collaborate with Flamingo Shanghai's FL:EX Gallery in launching my latest interactive exhibition and workshop on September 7. In ‘Shanghai Shrines’, photographs provide the departure point for an exploration of all kinds of shrines, both literal and metaphorical, sacred and profane. What do our altars, idols and talismans tell us about beliefs and values in contemporary Shanghai?
The second largest photo exhibition in Korea, presents Under Gods as one of their main exhibitions and expansive event programme. The curatorial selection committee is headed by Suejin Shin, art director and HeeJung Kim, curator.
After three years living in China to work on Shanghai Sacred, I presented the project with professor Benoit Vermander during the international conference Diverse Cultural and Religious Ways of Thinking A Dia-logue at Institut Catholique de Paris, June 27-30, 2016. The exhibition will remain in the public courtyard of Saint Joseph des Carmes, 70 Rue de Vaugirard until November.
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‘Smethwick Streets’ has been selected out of 230,103 images submitted from 186 countries for the people’s category of Sony World Photography Awards. This series of portraits are part of ‘Taste of Home’ , a project commissioned by Multistory. The images will be exhibited in London from 22nd April - 8th May.