August 17 - 22, 2009Location:
New York Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, 1 East 42nd Street, ManhattanTime:
2009, August 17th to 22nd; Monday to Friday: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM; Saturday: 9:00 AM to 11:00 PMOpening Reception:
2009, August 17th, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
New York Taipei Economic and Cultural Office is very happy to announce the Third Female Photographers Exhibition of New York Taiwan Photography Association. With a unique feminine perspective, the photographers have capture with camera the beauty of the world around us, and our inner feeling. The Photographs include beautiful flowers, powerful water falls, attractive lake sceneries, glacier ice formation, portraits of indigenous people, and lovable animals. Whether they are spring cherry blossoms or fall leaves, green mountains or blue water lakes, rice fields in the far out places or beaches around immense ocean fronts, the artworks will take your breath away. And you will be amazed at the creativity of our female comrades. Cameras can capture the infinity in a moment, thus revealing beauty of the universe, mystery of creation, changing seasons, and rich inner feelings, purity of the children, multitude of cultural expression and forever changing landscapes. The resulting images will carry a dialogue with you if you let them enter into your heart.
Under the leadership of Professor Ching-tse Lee, New York Taiwan Photography Association have organized more than ten exhibitions including Female Photographers Exhibitions, Full Member Annual Exhibitions, Three Men Exhibitions and Four Men Exhibition, since 2005. The exhibitions are well received by the communities. Our members have traveled around the world and bring back fascinating photographs. They have also won numerous awards in photography competitions. Welcome those who are interested in art o come to our reception party, and please bring your friends and relatives to enjoy and appreciate our female photographers' great work of photographic art.
New York Taipei Economic and Cultural Office is located at 1 East 42nd Street, Manhattan right across New York Public Library.
Contact: 728.813.1598, 917.583.2822, 917.583.2822, or 212.696.6i88 ext 2, or www.tpecc.org , if you want to find out more about the exhibition.