Jialin Yan
Photographer

Jialin Yan was born in 1992 and currently lives and works in Fuzhou, China. She is a photographer, curator, and magazine content contributor. She explores self-consciousness and intimate relationships through images, as well as the sensitive emotional connection among young people. In 2020 she was nominated for the BOBOSNAP Young Artist Program and in 2021 she was a shortlist in the IMA Next Photography Competition in Japan. In 2020, she co-founded the domestic female photography promotion platform “Miroir Project” in China. She is also a member of the Girlgaze community.

Jialin Yan
Photographer

Jialin Yan was born in 1992 and currently lives and works in Fuzhou, China. She is a photographer, curator, and magazine content contributor. She explores self-consciousness and intimate relationships through images, as well as the sensitive emotional connection among young people. In 2020 she was nominated for the BOBOSNAP Young Artist Program and in 2021 she was a shortlist in the IMA Next Photography Competition in Japan. In 2020, she co-founded the domestic female photography promotion platform “Miroir Project” in China. She is also a member of the Girlgaze community.

  • Emily Ferguson: It Girl.
    Jun 1 – Jul 13, 2024
    Nicodim Gallery
    Los Angeles, USA
    What’s an It Girl? An image of an seraphic figure, glowing almost too bright to be looked at until the flashbulbs recharge and the cameras become visible. Glamoured, the viewer is still seeing spots and rubbing their eyes as the figure stalks out of view, no-one quite sure if she’s real or not, an apparition disappeared. An apparition, by its very nature is uncertain, the intention defined by the person who sees it – The angel becomes a monster if enough people describe it so. (more…)
  • Martin Boyce: Before Behind Between Above Below
    Mar 2 – Jun 9, 2024
    Fruitmarket
    Edinburgh, Scotland
    This Spring sees a new exhibition in all of the Fruitmarket’s spaces from Glasgow-based artist Martin Boyce. Boyce, reworks and references the textures and forms of the built environment. Using the iconography of the everyday alongside the formal and conceptual histories of modern architecture and design, his sculptures often form poetic landscapes which merge interior and exterior spaces. In an extended act of homage and deconstruction Boyce has most notably referenced Jan and Joël Martel’s concrete trees of 1925. (more…)