APR 07 - MAY 10
Opening Reception: 6:00pm - 9:00pm, Apr 07, 2017
Art Talk: 2:00pm - 4:00pm, Apr 09, 2017
Ranging from large size photo prints, light box, to mural installation and video work. Moonlight features Hua Jin’s new series of work that focuses on the subject of nature.
Through the slight late haziness, the exhibition of Moonlight invites the viewer to turn back to the foundational from this progressing world, to reflect upon the idea of the circle of nature, of its internal regulation and its evanescent quality.
An interaction between natural’s poles, morning and dusk, light and weight, fluid and solid, transparent and opaque, moving and motionless is contemplated through the imageries of moving river, luminous rock, flying birds, swaying branches and rising moon. The exhibition of Moonlight emanates a mild glow of mystery, of poetic and romantic.
By exploring the connections between photography and other media, this exhibitiondiverse regarding means of presentation; meanwhile, concordantly renders an atmosphere of serenity.
The exhibition of Moonlight aims to present a contemplative, reflective and immersive viewing experience where time and space blends and, where a sense of longing encounters a sense of connection. Step into a moonlight tinted world we invite people to come and to share an experience of peace - an escape from today’s hectic world.
Viridian Gallery is located by the sea in Coal Harbour Quay in the heart of Vancouver. The gallery was established in late 2014, and has drawn considerable attention since opening. The gallery has a goal of promoting contemporary artists, and offers a space for social interaction, exchange of ideas, and a space of imagination. Viridian Gallery works with local artists, and approaches each artistic work with earnestness, with the goal of supporting and recognizing the labour of artists. At the forefront of the boundaries of East-West cultural exchange in Vancouver, the gallery closely follows the development of contemporary art. Through these exhibitions and artistic exchange opportunities, the gallery provides support for local artists through research, exhibition, promotion, collection, and other such activities. For further information regarding the exhibition, please visit the website: www.viridiangallery.ca, or phone 604-568-3377, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org