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北京国际摄影周2018 尚巴美术馆分展场

2018-10-11 大木神

北京国际摄影周2018 尚巴美术馆分展场

展览日期:2018年10月19日—2018年11月20日

展览地点:尚8文化集团尚巴美术馆

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主办单位:北京国际摄影周2018组委会

承办单位:中国艺术摄影学会

 

展览名称:梦露/门罗

开幕时间:2018年10月19日,星期五14:30

 

 

 

参展艺术家

安娜·埃伦施泰因(Anna Ehrenstein),郭盈光,廖逸君,吕近月,米亚·奥提奥(Miia Autio)、普洛米·巴苏(Poulomi Basu)

 

展览总监: 薛晨妹

策展人: 何伊宁

策展助理: 蔡昕媛、乔宏岩

设计统筹: 石润民

 

展览介绍

 

20世纪 40 年代,法国思想家西蒙娜·德·波伏娃(Simone de Beauvoir)在《第二性》中所揭示出的,“女人不是天生的,而是后天形成的。任何生理的、心理的、经济的命运都界定不了女人在社会内部所具有的形象,是整个文明设计出这种介于男性和被去势者之间 的,被称为女性的中介产物。” 门罗(Monroe),作为一个来自苏格兰高地的姓氏,在不同语境下,被中文翻译为两种截然不同的,带有强烈性别化的汉字:梦露/门罗,分别指向美国好莱坞明星玛丽 莲·梦露(Marilyn Monroe)和美国第五任总统詹姆斯·门罗(James Monroe),间接回应了波伏娃笔下有关“女性”身份塑造的神话。

 

         “梦露/门罗”关注近期国内外艺术家针对女性性别议题所展开的摄影及相关媒介的实践,旨在考察在特定社会和历史语境下,艺术家们在能说与不能言说的边缘,创造自身的表达方式的可能性。该项目重点立足于当代摄影与女性主义文化的连结,以集展览、论坛、研究和公众活动的形式呈现。

 

        其中,同名展览“梦露/门罗”将通过6位摄影实践者的作品,来展现个体对女性在成长、家庭和社会生活中,对于性别差异所引发的不同议题的深入思考。这些作品建立在将身体作为性别对象的后现代主义认知的基础之上,或幽默诙谐、或冷静透彻地挑战了人们对女性身份在复杂社会和文化认知中的固有认同。

 

        在展览进行的同时,项目将邀请活跃在这一领域内的策展人、学者、艺术家等嘉宾,通过围绕展览所设计的学术论坛、讲座和公众活动来发掘摄影在提出和回应相关议题时的重要意义,同时在更广泛的语境下梳理中外女性摄影的历史与进程。

 

相关活动

 

2018年10月19日,周五14:30

开幕圆桌论坛

 

徐浩(艺术家、上海摄影艺术中心 “另一种讲述的方式”展览策展人)

     《英国女性摄影的方法关注和美学塑造》

马骥(摄影师,前《智族GQ》视觉总监)

     《从男性凝视到女性凝视——当代时尚摄影的新趋势》

李佳(泰康空间策展人)

     《在国家与男性之间——浅析新中国妇女摄影的几个案例》

 

2018年10月27日,周六14:30

新闻人专场

 

丛妍 (自由摄影师)

《记录、介入和行动:关于报道女性议题的思考》

 

李亚楠(报道摄影师,“信号”小组成员)

《面纱之下》

 

王婷舒(路透社图片编辑)

《我和国内外14位以摄影为生的女性聊了聊》

 

杨深来(澎湃新闻湃客运营总监)

 《如懿传和女权群》

 

2018年11月3日,周六14:30

艺术家对话

 

郭盈光(艺术家)

吕近月(艺术家)

 

2018年11月10日,周六14:30

戏剧论坛

 

     借由戏剧的形式,探讨女性话题的延伸,给参与者带来浸没式的多层次体验。戏剧工作坊会以互动的方式,邀请参与者以自身的经历与观展的体验为出发点,在专业人士的指导下,分享自己的所思、扮演别人的角色、感受彼此的联结。让我们在不同的生命故事里探索,一起经历一场别样的体验与旅程。

      

场馆介绍

        尚8文化集团尚巴美术馆是一家综合型的展览空间,尚巴美术馆致力于探索当代视觉艺术与女性主题之间的广泛连接, 扶持青年策展人和艺术家的研究和创作。过往展出包括张庭群“出迷宫记”、司马源“觉知Awareness”、“想象的印记”版画群展、 2017北京国际摄影周分展“不关心人类”摄影展以及米拉·米特“生命·积赞”等。

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Press Release

 

Photo Beijing 2018 at Shang Ba Art Gallery

 

Duration: October 19, 2018 – November 20, 2018

Venue: Shang Ba Art Gallery

Address: Shang 8 International AD Park, Yard 3, Xiadianjia (West Dawang Rd), Chaoyang District, Beijing

Host: Photo Beijing 2018 Curatorial Committee

Organizer: China Art Photography Society

 

Monroe/Monroe

Opening: October 19, 2018 (Friday) 14:30

 

Artists: Anna Ehrenstein, Guo Yingguang, Pixy Liao, Lv Jiatong, Miia Autio, Poulomi Basu

 

Executive Director: Xue Chenmei

Curator: He Yining

Curatorial Assistants: Cai Xinyuan, Qiao Hongyan

Designer: Shi Runmin

Introduction

 

In the 1940s, French philosopher Simone de Beauvoir wrote in The Second Sex that “one is not born, but rather becomes, a woman. No biological, psychological, or economic fate determines the figure that the human female presents in society: it is civilization as a whole that produces this creature, intermediate between male and eunuch, which is described as feminine.”[1] “Monroe”, a surname of Scottish origin, has been translated into completely different and highly gendered Chinese characters in different contexts: Meng Lu (梦露) in the case of Hollywood star Marilyn Monroe, and Men Luo (门罗) in the case of James Monroe, the fifth president of the United States.[2] This phenomenon indirectly responds to the myth of femininity revealed in de Beauvoir’s book.

 

“Monroe/Monroe” focuses on recent creative practices in photography and related media by artists around the world on topics concerning women and gender. The exhibition aims to investigate, in certain social and historical contexts, possibilities for artists to create their own expressions between the speakable and the unspeakable. The project is grounded in the connection between contemporary photography and feminist culture, and will be presented as a combination of exhibition, forum, research and public events.

 

The exhibition of the same title, “Monroe/Monroe”, will explore different issues caused by gender differentiation in the upbringing, family life and social life of women through the works of 6 photographers. The works showcased in the exhibition start from the postmodern perspective that sees the body as an object of gender and go on to challenge, humorously or methodically, stereotypical identities of women within the scope of complicated social and cultural perceptions. 

 

During the exhibition, we will invite a number of curators, scholars and artists active in the field to participate in academic forums, talks and public events, which are not only designed to help us explore the important significance of photography in raising and responding to related issues, but also to examine the history and development of women’s photography around the world in a broader context.

 

Event Calendar

October 19, 2018 (Friday) 14:30

Opening Roundtable

 

Xu Hao (artist, curator of “Another Way of Telling” at the Shanghai Center of Photography)

British Women’s Photography: Methods and Aesthetics

 

Ma Ji (photographer, former visual director of GQ China)

From the Male Gaze to the Female Gaze—New Trends in Contemporary Fashion Photography

 

Li Jia (Curator at Tai Kang Space)

Between the Nation and Men—A Brief Case Study of Women’s Photography in the PRC

 

October 27, 2018 (Saturday) 14:30

Journalists’ Forum