PHOTOFAIRS Shanghai announces exhibitor line-up for its 8th edition this April

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PHOTOFAIRS Shanghai announces exhibitor line-up for its 8th edition this April
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SHANGHAI.- PHOTOFAIRS Shanghai announces today its gallery and exhibitor line-up for its forthcoming 8th edition. Organised by Creo and presented in partnership with Porsche, the fair returns to the Shanghai Exhibition Centre on April 20-23, 2023. Over 50 exhibitors, comprising high-end galleries, art spaces, institutions, publishers, and studios, are taking part in the different sectors including Main, Platform, Publishing and Culture Spaces.

PHOTOFAIRS Shanghai is Asia Pacific’s leading fair dedicated to photo-based and digital artworks. This year’s edition brings together a strong line-up of galleries from across China; it is a point of convergence, providing a platform for the most exciting emerging voices in Chinese contemporary photography whilst showcasing the historically significant and globally recognised artists that played a key role in shaping visual culture in the region.

Fan Ni, Director, PHOTOFAIRS Shanghai said: ‘We are very happy to return to the Shanghai Exhibition Center this April and present exceptional new photo-based and digital art created both by established artists, as well as young talents from all over the world. Around a third of the galleries and publishers are new to the Fair this year and we are excited to introduce them, together with our long-standing exhibitors, to audiences here in China. Many institutions and organisations are joining us as well this year to showcase their new developments on photography and digital art, among them are local institutions and international cultural organisations. I would like to thank our partners who share with us a passion for photography and I invite you all to experience and enjoy the fair.’

Galleries participating in the Main and Platform sectors present diverse artworks from established galleries to emerging newcomers.

Three Shadows + 3 Gallery (Beijing and Xiamen) presents works by Daidō Moriyama, Nobuyoshi Araki, Koo Bohnchang and Hisaji Hara. see+ Gallery (Beijing, Shenzhen), presents a series of contemporary photographers, including Gabriela Morawetz, Till Leeser, Yan Ming, Lu Yanpeng and Wang Juyan. The gallery also focuses on two critical figures of the post-photographic era: Jerry Uelsmann and Maggie Taylor. Bringing together the best of Eastern and Western contemporary art, Matthew Liu Fine Arts (Shanghai) exhibits three fine artists whose works are increasingly resonant with Chinese collectors and audiences: Candida Höfer, Vik Muniz, and Yang Yongliang.

GALLERIA CONTINUA (San Gimignano, Beijing, Les Moulins, Habana, Roma, São Paulo, Paris, Dubai) returns with a solo presentation of new works by Giovanni Ozzola. A Thousand Plateaus Art Space (Chengdu) showcases the works of Li Lang, Chen Qiulin, and Chen Xiaoyi, three key figures in Southwestern Chinese contemporary photography. DUMONTEIL (Shanghai, Paris) presents three French contemporary artists, including Hugo Deverchère.

BONIAN SPACE (Beijing) presents the works of important figures in 20th century Chinese photography, including Luo Bonian and Jin Shisheng, who were highly prolific in the 1930s. EAST GALLERY (Nanjing), which takes oriental aesthetics as a starting point, presents Dong Wensheng, Sun Xiaozhou, and other artists who explore the experience of traditional Chinese culture. EYECANDIES (Shanghai), a hub for emerging artists, launches three young female photography artists, Li Yushi, Yu Ruojie, and Winnie Tse. 193 Gallery (Paris) showcases the vibrant and powerful works of Kenyan photographer Thandiwe Muriu and Moroccan photographer Hassan Hajjaj. Fisheye Gallery (Paris) brings several emerging photographers, including Léa Habourdin and Delphine Diallo.

The brand new sector Culture Spaces, which evolved from the Not for Profit sector of the last edition, highlights the important role of museums, institutions, and cultural organisations in the development of photographic art. Among them, the Miguel de Cervantes Library (Shanghai), the Pro Helvetia Shanghai, Swiss Arts Council (Shanghai), the Swatch Art Peace Hotel (Shanghai), and Fotografiska (Stockholm, New York, Tallinn), all present photography and video art projects at the Fair.

The Miguel de Cervantes Library presents a solo project by José Manuel Ballester, winner of the Spanish National Photography Prize. Browsing in Disguise, supported by Pro Helvetia Shanghai, presents the works of three emerging Swiss artists who rethink technological images and the new forms of production associated with them. The group exhibition DIALOGUES features several emerging photographic talents that have participated in the Swatch Art Peace Hotel art residency. Fotografiska, showcases the works of Lori Nix & Kathleen Gerber, an artistic duo known for making and photographing ultra-realistic miniatures.

The Publishing sector celebrates the unique nature of photobooks and art publications. This year the sector includes more than ten high-quality publishers from at home and abroad.










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