Migrant Bird Space 候鸟空间

Migrant Bird Space 候鸟空间 "Migrant Bird Space" is a Berlin- & Beijing-based art foundation and gallery, providing a showcase for artists as well as art-agency services in China and Europe.

柏林候鸟空间成立于2015年, 主旨在推广在欧洲生活和工作的中国艺术家,并于2017年在北京成立了候鸟空间北京站,向中国的艺术市场推荐新鲜有趣的欧洲艺术项目。如果你也是生活在欧洲的艺术工作者,快来加入我们吧!

柏林候鸟空间成立于2015年, 主旨在推广在欧洲生活和工作的中国艺术家,并于2017年在北京成立了候鸟空间北京站,向中国的艺术市场推荐新鲜有趣的欧洲艺术项目。如果你也是生活在欧洲的艺术工作者,快来加入我们吧!

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Yu Linhan, Xuhe, Sun XiaoLe
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Yu Linhan, Xuhe, Sun XiaoLe

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MBS Chinese Ceramic Artist Wang Hua & Haoyu Wu
11/10/2021

MBS Chinese Ceramic Artist Wang Hua & Haoyu Wu

Our Photo Books day❤️
11/10/2021

Our Photo Books day❤️

PHOTO BASEL ❤️@finger223 @photobasel#photography #photobasel2021 #chinesephotographer #youthculture #linzhipeng #no223 #...
09/10/2021

PHOTO BASEL ❤️

@finger223
@photobasel

#photography
#photobasel2021
#chinesephotographer
#youthculture
#linzhipeng
#no223
#linzhipeng223
#100boys

PHOTO BASEL ❤️

@finger223
@photobasel

#photography
#photobasel2021
#chinesephotographer
#youthculture
#linzhipeng
#no223
#linzhipeng223
#100boys

Yu Linhan, b. 1990 in Beijing, China.Lives and works in Berlin & Beijing.Yu Linhan’s works unify order and disorder. Wit...
09/10/2021

Yu Linhan, b. 1990 in Beijing, China.
Lives and works in Berlin & Beijing.

Yu Linhan’s works unify order and disorder. With great precision, Linhan draws an impenetrable mess of what could be branches, lines or cables on wall-filling formats. Amongst other imagery, he uses photographs of labyrinthic structures, such as entangled wires or pictures of nerve-pathways, which he took during his hospital-stays in 2011 and 2018. These images function as template and starting point for his abstract pictorial aesthetics, which is both an analytical view of his environment (i.e. nature/hospital imagery) and an autonomous drawing. He takes us so close to the structure of his objects that we can perceive them as representational and as abstract at the same time. The viewer’s gaze is lost in seemingly chaotic all-over-networks, while the infinite but never self-repeating loops of the lines seem to provide an overall stability, despite the image’s intrinsic turbulent state.

Yu Linhan solo project coming soon in Migrant Bird Space Berlin.

@linhan.yu
#painting
#drawing
#chineseyoungartist
#fitness
#gym

#migrant_bird_space
#yulinhan

Yu Linhan, b. 1990 in Beijing, China.
Lives and works in Berlin & Beijing.

Yu Linhan’s works unify order and disorder. With great precision, Linhan draws an impenetrable mess of what could be branches, lines or cables on wall-filling formats. Amongst other imagery, he uses photographs of labyrinthic structures, such as entangled wires or pictures of nerve-pathways, which he took during his hospital-stays in 2011 and 2018. These images function as template and starting point for his abstract pictorial aesthetics, which is both an analytical view of his environment (i.e. nature/hospital imagery) and an autonomous drawing. He takes us so close to the structure of his objects that we can perceive them as representational and as abstract at the same time. The viewer’s gaze is lost in seemingly chaotic all-over-networks, while the infinite but never self-repeating loops of the lines seem to provide an overall stability, despite the image’s intrinsic turbulent state.

Yu Linhan solo project coming soon in Migrant Bird Space Berlin.

@linhan.yu
#painting
#drawing
#chineseyoungartist
#fitness
#gym

#migrant_bird_space
#yulinhan

Chinese Photobook Day7-11, Oct 2021Migrant Bird Space Koppenplatz 5, 10115 BerlinWhite Night / Feng LiFrom "Third Front ...
02/10/2021

Chinese Photobook Day
7-11, Oct 2021
Migrant Bird Space Koppenplatz 5, 10115 Berlin

White Night / Feng Li

From "Third Front Movement" to urbanisation process, from "green-skinned train" (old- style slow train in China) to internet economy, from the arranged marriage to female consciousness...Alongside China's rapid development and changes, Chinese photographers have been eagerly watching this huge and complex country through their lens. With their wonderful photographs, they have shown us a keen observation of Chinese society at both macro and micro levels. No longer limited by the tradition of documentary photography, the younger generation of artists brought more diversified approaches and more unique perspectives. Multimedia, private photography, staged performance, appropriation of existing images, archives, virtual reality...these creative approaches, which have not been used in traditional photography, have increasingly appeared in the works of emerging Chinese photographers today. Their work directly reflects Chinese youth groups' unique culture, such as concerns about personal identity, globalisation, decolonisation, gender equality, cyberspace, and environmental issues. Yet they do so in vastly different ways. While artists like Luo Yang document the inner life of the new generation, other photographers such as Gulu and Lin Zhipeng aka. 223 explore the playful and sexually liberal attitude emerging amongst the youth.
With the global upsurge of photobooks, Chinese photographers are becoming more and more active in the field of publication. To them, Photobooks are not just a way to represent their photographs but also a medium with its own form of expression. The exquisite and unique book design turns the books into hand-held exhibitions. For Chinese Photobook Day, we have selected photobooks published by Chinese publishing houses or self-published. The event consists of three sections. In each section, we will focus on one specific theme and closely look at the photobooks related to the theme.

25 photobooks by more than 20 photographers
With exclusive prints.

information:www.migrantbirdspace.com/ events

#photobooks
#chinesephotographer
#fengli

Chinese Photobook Day
7-11, Oct 2021
Migrant Bird Space Koppenplatz 5, 10115 Berlin

White Night / Feng Li

From "Third Front Movement" to urbanisation process, from "green-skinned train" (old- style slow train in China) to internet economy, from the arranged marriage to female consciousness...Alongside China's rapid development and changes, Chinese photographers have been eagerly watching this huge and complex country through their lens. With their wonderful photographs, they have shown us a keen observation of Chinese society at both macro and micro levels. No longer limited by the tradition of documentary photography, the younger generation of artists brought more diversified approaches and more unique perspectives. Multimedia, private photography, staged performance, appropriation of existing images, archives, virtual reality...these creative approaches, which have not been used in traditional photography, have increasingly appeared in the works of emerging Chinese photographers today. Their work directly reflects Chinese youth groups' unique culture, such as concerns about personal identity, globalisation, decolonisation, gender equality, cyberspace, and environmental issues. Yet they do so in vastly different ways. While artists like Luo Yang document the inner life of the new generation, other photographers such as Gulu and Lin Zhipeng aka. 223 explore the playful and sexually liberal attitude emerging amongst the youth.
With the global upsurge of photobooks, Chinese photographers are becoming more and more active in the field of publication. To them, Photobooks are not just a way to represent their photographs but also a medium with its own form of expression. The exquisite and unique book design turns the books into hand-held exhibitions. For Chinese Photobook Day, we have selected photobooks published by Chinese publishing houses or self-published. The event consists of three sections. In each section, we will focus on one specific theme and closely look at the photobooks related to the theme.

25 photobooks by more than 20 photographers
With exclusive prints.

information:www.migrantbirdspace.com/ events

#photobooks
#chinesephotographer
#fengli

The book includes 91 photos of the artist's work, includig a one-page text by the artist.Title: Grand AmourArtist: Lin Z...
02/10/2021

The book includes 91 photos of the artist's work, includig a one-page text by the artist.

Title: Grand Amour

Artist: Lin Zhipeng aka No.223
Editor: Tommaso Parrillo, Lin Zhipeng

104 Pages / 17 x 24 cm / Hard cover
First edition of 750 copies is sold out
Second edition of 1000 copies

Design by Federico Barbon
Published in July 2020
ISBN 978–88–944340–9–5

The book includes 91 photos of the artist's work, includig a one-page text by the artist.

Title: Grand Amour

Artist: Lin Zhipeng aka No.223
Editor: Tommaso Parrillo, Lin Zhipeng

104 Pages / 17 x 24 cm / Hard cover
First edition of 750 copies is sold out
Second edition of 1000 copies

Design by Federico Barbon
Published in July 2020
ISBN 978–88–944340–9–5

123 Polaroids No.223 Lin Zhipeng (Beijing, China) 123 Polaroids is not simply a selection of 123 images from 223’s exten...
02/10/2021

123 Polaroids No.223 Lin Zhipeng (Beijing, China) 123 Polaroids is not simply a selection of 123 images from 223’s extensive and fabulous collection of Polaroid work, on which he embarked in the early 2000s from his hometown of Guangzhou, China. It is a deep dive into his intimate memories of dear ones, his inexpensive Polaroid films and his travels across China, Tibet, South East Asia, Japan and Europe. It is a panoply of his love, fashionable nudity, of expressive glaring portraits, of colorful landscapes and people, of embracing bodies in playful melancholy, of eroticism, of a sense of absence and untold more, all fashioned by the touch of the stunning imperfections of this medium and the master’s talent.

223 once told me that labeling or selecting 1, 2 or 3 of his photographs as the best ones would be extremely difficult because each one speaks about a memory, an intimate moment from a period in his life. To those words, I add that the beauty of a photograph is not just the image, with its composition, colors, albedo, and perfection or simplicity –– it is also an entanglement of actual memories, and of the sensations the image can ignite. In that light, 123 Polaroids conveys the intent and breadth of a poet, uniquely giving voice to the in*******se of 223’s intimate souvenirs, ignited sensations and 123 Polaroids.

123 Polaroids No.223 Lin Zhipeng (Beijing, China) 123 Polaroids is not simply a selection of 123 images from 223’s extensive and fabulous collection of Polaroid work, on which he embarked in the early 2000s from his hometown of Guangzhou, China. It is a deep dive into his intimate memories of dear ones, his inexpensive Polaroid films and his travels across China, Tibet, South East Asia, Japan and Europe. It is a panoply of his love, fashionable nudity, of expressive glaring portraits, of colorful landscapes and people, of embracing bodies in playful melancholy, of eroticism, of a sense of absence and untold more, all fashioned by the touch of the stunning imperfections of this medium and the master’s talent.

223 once told me that labeling or selecting 1, 2 or 3 of his photographs as the best ones would be extremely difficult because each one speaks about a memory, an intimate moment from a period in his life. To those words, I add that the beauty of a photograph is not just the image, with its composition, colors, albedo, and perfection or simplicity –– it is also an entanglement of actual memories, and of the sensations the image can ignite. In that light, 123 Polaroids conveys the intent and breadth of a poet, uniquely giving voice to the in*******se of 223’s intimate souvenirs, ignited sensations and 123 Polaroids.

Selected works by Luo Yang in high-quality print on 600g cardboard.Limited edition of 200Dimensions each card: 21 cm x 1...
02/10/2021

Selected works by Luo Yang in high-quality print on 600g cardboard.

Limited edition of 200
Dimensions each card: 21 cm x 14,8 cm
Luo Yang: 22 Cards,

ISBN:978-3-9820447-1-2 , incl. waistband & cover.

LUO Yang (1984) was born and raised in Liaoning Province, China. She graduated from the prestigious Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts in Shenyang in 2009. A graphic designer by education, she decided to pursue her interest and talent in photography instead. Today, she lives and works in Beijing & Shanghai as a freelance photographer. In her work, highly staged portraits and carefully constructed poses alternate with a raw, blurred snapshot-aesthetic. After numerous exhibitions in Asia and abroad, Luo is well-acclaimed internationally and has been featured by ARTE, ZDF Aspekte, Spiegel Online or Le Figaro International, amongst others major media outlets. Her monograph GIRLS was published on occasion of the 10-year anniversary of her series in 2018. In the same year, BBC voted her among the 100 most inspiring women world-wide. She recently received the Jimei x Arles Women Photographer’s Award.

Selected works by Luo Yang in high-quality print on 600g cardboard.

Limited edition of 200
Dimensions each card: 21 cm x 14,8 cm
Luo Yang: 22 Cards,

ISBN:978-3-9820447-1-2 , incl. waistband & cover.

LUO Yang (1984) was born and raised in Liaoning Province, China. She graduated from the prestigious Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts in Shenyang in 2009. A graphic designer by education, she decided to pursue her interest and talent in photography instead. Today, she lives and works in Beijing & Shanghai as a freelance photographer. In her work, highly staged portraits and carefully constructed poses alternate with a raw, blurred snapshot-aesthetic. After numerous exhibitions in Asia and abroad, Luo is well-acclaimed internationally and has been featured by ARTE, ZDF Aspekte, Spiegel Online or Le Figaro International, amongst others major media outlets. Her monograph GIRLS was published on occasion of the 10-year anniversary of her series in 2018. In the same year, BBC voted her among the 100 most inspiring women world-wide. She recently received the Jimei x Arles Women Photographer’s Award.

Luo Yang is considered the shooting star of the current Chinese photo scene. This book combines essential examples from ...
02/10/2021

Luo Yang is considered the shooting star of the current Chinese photo scene. This book combines essential examples from her two work series "GIRLS" and "YOUTH".

Since 2007 the extensive series "GIRLS" has been created, a very personal examination of the photographer with women of her generation. Whether against the backdrop of Chinese megacities or in intimate settings in the private environment, the young women present themselves confident and individual, but at the same time appearing vulnerable and fragile. Apart from traditional female role models and traditional clichés, they are looking for their way to a self-determined life in the modern, rapidly transforming China.

In the series "YOUTH", Luo Yang has been working with young people of Generation Z since 2019, i.e. those born in the late 1990s and around 2000. Fluid gender assignments become just as apparent as the search for individual expression between creative staging and authentic body feeling. Luo Yang paints the sensitive picture of the urban Chinese youth in search of orientation and identity.

This book was chosen as one of the most beautiful books in Austria 2020!

Catalogue published as part of the exhibition 'YOUTH, GIRLS. LUO YANG. Selected Works" held at Francisco Carolinum Linz from October 2020 to Februrary 2021. The catalogue includes two articles, by Gabriele Spindler and Ulrike Matzer, as well as 106 works by the artist.

Luo Yang is considered the shooting star of the current Chinese photo scene. This book combines essential examples from her two work series "GIRLS" and "YOUTH".

Since 2007 the extensive series "GIRLS" has been created, a very personal examination of the photographer with women of her generation. Whether against the backdrop of Chinese megacities or in intimate settings in the private environment, the young women present themselves confident and individual, but at the same time appearing vulnerable and fragile. Apart from traditional female role models and traditional clichés, they are looking for their way to a self-determined life in the modern, rapidly transforming China.

In the series "YOUTH", Luo Yang has been working with young people of Generation Z since 2019, i.e. those born in the late 1990s and around 2000. Fluid gender assignments become just as apparent as the search for individual expression between creative staging and authentic body feeling. Luo Yang paints the sensitive picture of the urban Chinese youth in search of orientation and identity.

This book was chosen as one of the most beautiful books in Austria 2020!

Catalogue published as part of the exhibition 'YOUTH, GIRLS. LUO YANG. Selected Works" held at Francisco Carolinum Linz from October 2020 to Februrary 2021. The catalogue includes two articles, by Gabriele Spindler and Ulrike Matzer, as well as 106 works by the artist.

Chun Shu ❤
28/08/2021

Chun Shu ❤

CHINESE MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY POETRY TALK-SERIES BY CHUN SUE

Throughout September, Chun Shu will host a series of five talks on the topic of Chinse Modern and Contem-porary Poetry. By doing so, we aim to bring back the beauty of the Chinese Language and to help our audi-ence establish firm confidence in their writing.

From the rise of vernacular in the May 4th movement, to the reform and opening up, and finally to the Inter-net era in the new century, the history of Chinese contemporary poetry stretches across more than a century. Therefore, most of the reader knowledge is still very limited. Even though there is an emerging audience for Chinese contemporary poetry, for most people it still appears to be like a magical, mysterious mirror.

As enthusiasts and fans of poetry, and as authors of poetry, we have the necessary comprehension of the process of development of Chinese contemporary poetry, as well as an expertise knowledge in famous poets and their works. Through this course, we aim to make the audience understand the history and overall con-text of Chinese poetry and literature, and to help you overcome the barriers of writing. While the thought of writing poetry might evoke fear in many, we will try to turn that fear into love.

This unique series of talks, with one of the most famous Chinese poets of the time, is available for 220 euros. Please write an email to [email protected] to secure a place

Time:

September 4, 2pm – 2:45pm

September 11, 2pm – 2:45pm

September 18, 2pm – 2:45p

September 25, 2pm – 2:45pm

October 2, 2pm – 2:45pm

Place:
Migrant Bird Space 候鸟空间 Gallery
Koppenplatz 5, 10961 Berlin

Fee:
220 Euro

IMPORTANT NOTE: Please, bare in mind that all the talks will be hold in Chinese.

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Koppenplatz 5
Berlin
10115

Öffnungszeiten

Dienstag 13:00 - 18:00
Mittwoch 13:00 - 18:00
Donnerstag 13:00 - 18:00
Freitag 13:00 - 18:00
Samstag 13:00 - 18:00

Produkte

绘画、装置、影像及数字艺术
Photo books, art catalog
New media art, Photography, painting and sculpture

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