Shards of Time

Photographer Per Eric Jansson, making portraits and taking photographs from around the world, doing so from Amsterdam and Taipei

Month: February, 2016

Exhibition | Taipei portraits showing in Amsterdam

Portrait of yang-gui-mei by per eric jansson

Yang Kuei-Mei

 

Welcome to the photography exhibition Taipei by Per Eric Jansson, showing in an Amsterdam Gallery Cafe.

“The portrait is the central theme
of Per Eric Jansson’s work.

In recent years he has been working
a lot in Taiwan, portraying a wide range
of people.

The pictures in this exhibition
are all from Taipei and the portraits
range from yoga teachers to business
people to performers and actors.”

 

From 1st of February until 31st of March a series of portraits from Taipei are showing in WG Cafe in Amsterdam.

Adres
WG cafe
Marius van Bouwdijk Bastiaansestraat 55
1054 Amsterdam
020-6895600

Openingstijden
ma t/m do 10:00– 01:00
vr en za 10:00 – 03:00
zo 10:00 – 01:00

 

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Personalities | Jim Clark, American painter in Amsterdam

jim clark photographed by per eric jansson

Jim Clark, American painter in Amsterdam

Once a protegé of the “Navajo Picasso” RC Gorman, Jim Clark left his native California in 1962 to begin an ongoing inter-continental odyssey. After creating the infamous GALLERI SLUM in Stockholm, he moved to Paris, where he worked for the International Herald Tribune. In London, he worked at Heap Studios Chelsea. His ever-expanding image bank came to include Papuan fetishes, Amazonian feather work, Tantric art and animistic masks, in addition to what his own culture had to offer: Rothko, Klee, Rorschach tests, pixels and spilled TV and computer guts.

Jim Clark’s concepts draw their essence from deep within, by an irrational alchemy, yet are revealed in statements as articulate as they are evocative. Shapes float coherently, juxtaposed according to a mystifying codification and separated by an inescapable void, accentuated by the quasi-heretic use of blacks and whites. The abstract is assaulted by figu­rative references and the figurative is abstracted. (B Guillet, Lyon)

See some of his work here