Won’t Somebody Bring the Light

Duration: September 05, 2015 - October 06, 2015

Venue: Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum

Artist: Chen Tsun-Shing


The exhibition will feature 149 photos, in color or in black and white, which the artist shot from 1973 to 1978 while he traveled around Taiwan.

The exhibition consists of 15 groups of photo works, namely “Luzhou County”, “The Lin Garden: Ruin Scenes”, “Mourning”, “Bangka Area”, “Huanlien Ferry”, “Lanyu Island: Commuter Ferry”, “Lanyu Island”, “Tamsui Township”, “Taipei Main Station”, “Zidi Opera”, “Chinese Opera Troupe”, “Kun Dan”, “Vagabond Performers in the Afternoon”, “Multiple Exposure” and “Color”. As if taking us back to forty years ago, these photos cast light on the point of departure of the rite of a young man’s spiritual journey.

Selected Works:


(All photographs by Chen Tsun-Shing.)

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