Short Stays Photographer Madi Ju Exhibition in Beijing

A big weekend in Beijing for the Short Stays creators – besides our screening and talk at UCCA on Sunday June 6, Saturday June 5 will see the opening of “Wild Gathering,” a photography exhibition featuring Madi Ju alongside indie photography stalwart Peter Sutherland and Japanese fashion designer Hiro Sawatari.

Wild Gathering
Date: 2010.06.05-06.12
Venue: Beijing Angle Modern Art
Address: 4/F, Tower 1, Zhongguo Hongjie (China View), Jia 2 Gongti Dong Lu, Chaoyang District, Beijing
Opening Time: 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Read more here, on Madi’s Douban, and in the press release below:

Photographers Madi Ju (Beijing) and Peter Sutherland (New York) along with clothing designer Hiro Sawatari (Tokyo) are pleased to announce Wild Gathering, an exceptional global exhibit where photography and fashion come together showcasing modern youth culture.

Their focus on youth culture naturally connected the three. Peter Sutherland and Madi Ju exchanged photos in a variety of environments: expressing strong emotions and kids in their natural environments. After shooting in cities all over the world, they send the photos to fashion designer Hiro Sawatari who will create T-shirts using their images in his collage forms. Meanwhile, Peter & Madi will shoot 6 looks from Hiro’s collections respectively.

Beijing based HHD_FUN will participate to design the exhibition space.

Organized by Shao Foundation

Media Partners: The Outlook Magazine, Modern Weekly

Date: 2010.06.05-06.12

Opening Reception: 2010.06.05 18:00-22:00 (Invitation Only)

Venue: Beijing Angle Modern Art

Address: 4/F, Tower 1, Zhongguo Hongjie (China View), Jia 2 Gongti Dong Lu, Chaoyang District, Beijing

Opening Time: 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

For information, please contact

Shanshan Quan

E-mail: sanpigquan@gmail.com

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