Beauty Still-Life Photography Exhibition AHM Gallery invites French photography artist Bernard Bordenave, who lives in Taiwan, and Taiwanese photography artistHee Siow-Wey to showcase Beauty Still-Life Photography.
People need time and space to stay in their daily busy life. Feel the quiet beauty of the mind Still life photography of objects, Bernard Bordenave presents the still life in a subtle and ingenious way, trying to inspire the viewer to stare at everything around him in a new angle. Pressed flower art photography, Hee Siow-Weycombines the art of Pressed flower with photography, drawing plants from the rich nature, continuing the posture and glory of the flowers and plants, the process is always accompanied by delicate emotions, like the ability to string together the past love.
French artist Bernard Bordenave, who has lived in Taiwan for 30 years, has documented many Asian cultures and urban changes through documentary photography. After exhibiting a very popular time traveler series last year, This year, He will bring you a series of still-life artworks from 2000 to the present. The series of still-life is derived from the artist's own learning design and like to collect all kinds of items, whether new, retro or antique. These are mostly objects collected by artists when he traveled in Taiwan or abroad, through the combination of the East and the West, new and old, high-priced and cheap, to produce new image-based photography.
Hee Siow-Wey artist's photography creation, Her works mainly use of photography and self-body to discuss the gender issue and the depression of human nature by the social system. In the exhibition, Flower Chant series, Pressed flower process is like a corpse, the preservation of ancient mummies. Before the flowers are harvested, they are fully taken from the roots and then dehydrated. After being completely dried, it is colored twice, trying to restore its original brilliance. Treating flowers and treating people with the same behavior can't let go of the flesh. And the fragile after drying, like life, is as thin as paper, fleeting.