Zhu Lan Qing
Photographer

Zhu Lan Qing lives and works in Amoy. She graduated from Department of Photojournalism at Renmin University of China with a Master’s degree in 2012,then she studied in Institute of Applied Arts in Fujen Catholic University of Taiwan.Her works were introduced by some magazines like PRIVATE \ GUP \ IMA, and could also be seen at numbers of photography festivals and galleries like FORMAT International Photography Festival ,Lianzhou Foto Festival, Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum and Three Shadows Photography Art Centers.She won Barcelona International Photography Awards at 2015 and Three Shadows Photography Award at 2014, also, her photobook was nominated the PHOTOEYE’s Best Books of 2012.

Zhu Lan Qing
Photographer

Zhu Lan Qing lives and works in Amoy. She graduated from Department of Photojournalism at Renmin University of China with a Master’s degree in 2012,then she studied in Institute of Applied Arts in Fujen Catholic University of Taiwan.Her works were introduced by some magazines like PRIVATE \ GUP \ IMA, and could also be seen at numbers of photography festivals and galleries like FORMAT International Photography Festival ,Lianzhou Foto Festival, Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum and Three Shadows Photography Art Centers.She won Barcelona International Photography Awards at 2015 and Three Shadows Photography Award at 2014, also, her photobook was nominated the PHOTOEYE’s Best Books of 2012.






  • Ritual in Transfigured Time
    Mar 22 – May 26, 2024
    NW
    Aalst, Belgium
    The new NW is inaugurated with the opening exhibition Ritual in Transfigured Time, named after the 1946 short film of the same name by Maya Deren (Kiev, 1917–New York, 1961). Deren, whose life was driven by a desire for freedom, was a guiding light for us in devising the exhibition and film programme, as well as the principles of our revitalised organisation: dialogue, collaboration, experiment and the breaking down of boundaries. (more…)
  • Erwin Wurm: Surrogates
    Feb 15 – Apr 13, 2024
    Thaddaeus Ropac
    London, UK
    Surrogates, an exhibition of new work by Erwin Wurm, embodies the Austrian artist’s characteristically explorative approach to the concept of sculpture. Disrupting traditional distinctions between subject and object, the human and the non-human, spectator and participant, the exhibition renders the familiar unfamiliar through a playful treatment of the sculptural principles of ‘two- and three-dimensionality, mass, volume, skin and surface, movement and time.’ (more…)