Dover, NH, May 15, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Join eight photographers on Saturday, May 19th from 1-4 pm for an opening reception, artist panel discussion, and gallery show celebrating the “Eight Photographers in China” exhibition at Camera Commons Gallery in Dover, New Hampshire. In 2017, eight photographers traveled to China with photographer Tillman Crane who had recently exhibited one hundred Platinum prints at the National Art Museum of China. The “Eight Photographers in China” exhibition collects work from eight photographers, as curated by Gallery Manager Carol Van Loon, to reflect their different views, styles, and approach to photographing China. In this show, one often sees the same subject with entirely different perspectives, depending on the eye of the artist, providing insights that are often subtle and compelling. The exhibition encompasses the work of the following photographers:
The exhibition runs through June 30, 2018. There will be an artist panel discussion on Saturday, May 19th at 2pm. The reception will include Chinese music and food.
For more information, contact the Camera Commons Gallery in Dover at (603)842-4713 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The eight photographers have come together again to highlight their personal approach to photography in China. The work chosen represents the style, vision, and approach to photography for each of the participating artists. Bringing together this personal work showcases the breadth and range of the images and celebrates the wonders and culture of contemporary China. Photographers are the visual storytellers of the art world and this exhibition highlights the scenes, stories, people, and culture that the photographers wanted to personally showcase. This collection of images highlights selections from eight visual storytellers currently working in the photographic medium and crafting personal work in China.