Shu He is an independent photographer based in Beijing. He takes the trifles and nuances of life as the starting point for photographic documentation and creation. He has published two photo books, Eternal Aequorin and Remoteness. His works and publications have been exhibited in the 2017 Shanghai abC Art Book Fair. His long-term project, Phantasma records light and shadow movements and was exhibited at the TRU-M Art Center (Beijing).
2018 - Spectral Imagination, Solo exhibition, Beijing Yan Sui CORIANDOLO Art Space, Beijing, China
2017 - Phantasma, Solo exhbition, Beijing TRU-M station of art, Beijing, China
2017 - Illuminant, Jiangxi Institute of Fashion Technology, China
2017 - art book in China, Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai, China
2017 - WHY I DO PHOTOBOOK?, BROWNIE Art Photo, Shanghai, China
Most of the golden emotions and lives are fragile and perishable, just like light. "Eternal existence" may be just a good expectation, but Shu He hopes that his photos can carry this expectation and enlarge it. Among the common elements in his works, whether it is people, plants or light and shadow, they all convey the artist's understanding of time, value for life, as well as his precious emotions and memories. Shu He hopes these images can arouse some resonance inside the viewers and diffuse a power different from other surroundings. This series is taken from Shu He's personal photo book Eternal Aequorin published in 2017, a series he will continue working on.
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