Centre For Chinese Contemporary Art

Centre For Chinese Contemporary Art
Market Buildings, 13 Thomas Street, Manchester, M4 1EU

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Eason Tsang Ka Wai: A Look At Looking

CFCCA Gallery 1 12 May - 18 June 2017 Eason Tsang Ka Wai uses photography and experimental media to create artworks on the theme of living in the modern city, and his lens provides a unique perspective on the experience of living and working in his hometown - the rapidly-developing city of Hong Kong. Tsang's imagery of…

Michael Wolf: A Private Public, Michael Wolf

CFCCA Gallery 2 12 May - 18 June 2017 For over twenty years German photographer Michael Wolf has captured the hyper-density of the city of Hong Kong through his large-scale photographs. A Private Public presents Hong Kong's seemingly endless industrial facades contrasted with an intimate perspective from within its hidden…

Suki Chan: Lucida And Lucida II

CFCCA Gallery 1 & 2 27 January - 30 April 2017 Weaving together extraordinary images, bio-medical research and individual testimonies, Lucida exposes the curious and complex relationship between the human eye, the brain and vision. Working with a camera obscura, artist Suki Chan became intrigued by how our eyes…

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A Window On: Samson Young And The Hong Kong Pavilion

Jasmine Suite, CFCCA Thursday 15 June, 6 - 7pm An artist and a composer, Samson Young studied music, philosophy and gender studies at the University of Sydney and then earned a PhD from Princeton University, in musical composition. His conceptual projects and installations deal extensively with the power and politics of…

A Window On… Suki Chan's Lucida

Jasmine Suite, CFCCA Thursday 16 February, 6 - 7pm £3 To coincide with her exhibition at CFCCA artist Suki Chan will be in conversation with Adam Galpin, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of Salford, to discuss the development of her project Lucida: how her interest in the subject began, her research methodologies…

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