Jin Ming (from OP Print Program)
The Time Changed..
8"x10", c-type photograph (printed in 1996)
OP Edition, with "OP editions" blind-stamp
Edition 10/20, signed and titled on front, numbered on verso
by Fiona Smyth
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• Time: 2 to 5 pm
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Writings by Gary Michael Dault
based on Lee Ka-sing's photographs
from LIGHT READINGS series
crumbs of sunset
at bone table
making room for
slices of sunrise
Have you seen the rain, Ankara Capital of Turkey
There is a place called Ankara Kalesi. It is a old place and there is a coffin maker. I didn’t have enough time to shoot as I wanted the set up, so I asked a musician be there for my stand.
Travelling Palm Snapshots
by Tamara Chatterjee
Madagascar (March, 2010) – Once a dense forest; what remains is a dusty dirt road and the Avenue Des Baobab. Between rice patties full of blue water lilies and low laying brush along the plains, stands these majestic sky-scraping trees. Rambling down the road, one feels miniature next to the towering giant baobabs. I had the honour of celebrating the start to a new turn around the sun with a breathtaking view.
by Gary Michael Dault
No. 213. Nocturne.
Now that Colin and Clifford were making their rudderless way to Lunenburg, he felt lonely in a rather unexpected way. He began to feel the need to revisit his painterly past, almost as if he were seeking some reassurance that he's actually had one.
This afternoon he was revisiting. a painting from 2012 called Nocturne. He liked it better now than he remembered liking it at the time. He liked the dark, restless harbour with its solitary, departing sailboat. He liked the tremulous spotlight--if that's what it was--that seemed so insistent and, at the same time, so lacking in resolve. It was a harbour he missed greatly--without ever having been there.
by Shelley Savor
by Kai Chan
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