“Homes” a solo exhibition by art photographer Gretchen So, explores the harmony and contradiction between the ideal and the norm of the living culture in North American society.
The featured images of domestic environments are psychological portraits of their inhabitants. The exhibition prompts viewers to speculate on their background, question the context of the interiors, or even imagine the character of these remote occupants.
9 – 31.12.2016
9.12.2016 (五Fri) 6-8pm
About the Artist
Gretchen is an experienced photographer, educator and arts administrator.
She holds a Master’s degree in Photography from Yale University and attended an MA programme in Arts Administration at Columbia University. She also has a BFA (Honours) in Photography and a BA (Distinction) in Asian Studies from the University of Manitoba, Canada. Gretchen has received various awards for her academic studies, including the Lila Acheson Wallace Scholarship from Reader’s Digest, Yale Scholarships, as well as the Lehman Fund and the Arts Administration Fund from Columbia University.
Gretchen has been awarded many publication and exhibition grants from the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. Her work focuses on the fast-growing and ever-changing cityscape of Hong Kong, and has been showcased throughout Asia, Europe and North America.
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