展讯|温度——安娜伊思·马田摄影作品展10月28日开幕
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温度——安娜伊思·马田摄影作品展


主办:三影堂+3画廊

策展人:荣荣

开幕式:2017年10月28日16:00

展览时间:2017年10月28日-2018年2月27日,上午10:00-下午6:00(周一闭馆)

冬季开放时间:11月15日起上午10:00-下午5:00 (周一闭馆)

展览地点:三影堂+3画廊

地址:北京市朝阳区草场地艺术区155A 100015

咨询电话:86-10-64319063

联系邮箱:info@plus3gallery.com


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安娜伊思·马田 ,17/06/2002 北京-天通苑  | Anaïs Martane, 17/06/2002 Beijing-Tiantongyuan


三影堂+3画廊很荣幸地宣布将呈现安娜伊思·马田的摄影作品展。展览将通过近50幅黑白银盐照片为观众重现2002至2004年间,安娜拍摄的“北京地下青年音乐人”这一特殊群体不为人知的幕后故事,表达他们最真实的日常状态。


同为异乡人,安娜与他们成为如同家人般的朋友,而她通过“拍摄“这一动作,也成为这个群体的“在场”者之一。安娜在与策展人荣荣的合作中,结合了自己极具天赋的摄影艺术和三影堂纯熟的暗房技术,传达了地下音乐人那时的欢乐、忧愁和感伤。我们通过摄影,感知温度。正如荣荣所说:“我认为你拍摄的是一组有温度的,真实的,令人感动的作品,那个时候拍摄的场景已经不能再现,被拍摄者从年轻的时候,到有了家庭逐渐稳定下来,他们的状态已经有了很大的变化,而摄影把最初的他们记录下来,这或许就是摄影存在的意义,也是胶片的魅力,更是我们这个空间存在的意义,所以希望你把作品拿出来和大家分享。”


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安娜伊思·马田 ,25/01/2003 北京-单店  | Anaïs Martane, 25/01/2003 Beijing-Dandian


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安娜伊思·马田 ,04/03/2003 北京-“豪运”演出地点  | Anaïs Martane, 04/03/2003 Beijing-"Get Lucky Bar" Performance Venue


  安娜自述


他们


2002年,刚开始拍这组照片时我就起好了这个名字。当时有一群外国留学生、一个三里屯的小酒吧、一场只有我们几个观众的音乐会。


头一回听野孩子乐队演奏古时候的音乐,曲调既不流行,也不上口,却是无可挑剔的好。朋友和他们谈天才知道,他们在酒吧街还有自己的场地。


“来吧!”他们邀约。


当时张佺、小索、张玮玮、郭龙、小河、万晓利他们这群年轻人怀着赤诚的音乐心离开家乡、打破常规,去选择自己想要的生活,选择从不懈地创作和激情中寻找自由。透过他们,我们找到了通往还不熟悉的中国的一座桥梁,对库斯图里查和马努乔的热爱也使我们一拍即合。我帮他们拍照,学着如何在异国他乡成长,一边学习摄影一边领悟友谊,同时也懂得了保持耐心和宽容待人。那时我们简直就是一家人。


今时今日,我们都有了各自的生活、各自的孩子,但每每再聚,曾经共度青葱岁月所留下的回忆依旧浮现眼前。有几位朋友和他们结婚后,我便不再拍《他们》了,该改名也叫作“《咱们》”。


从2002到2004年,他们生活中那些或快乐或悲伤的时时刻刻,都被捕捉进了这些照片里。

—— 安娜伊思·马田


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安娜伊思·马田 ,20/03/2003 北京-霍营  | Anaïs Martane, 20/03/2003 Beijing-Huoying


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安娜伊思·马田 ,04/03/2003 北京-“豪运”演出地点  | Anaïs Martane, 04/03/2003 Beijing-"Get Lucky Bar" Performance Venue


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安娜伊思·马田 ,12/03/2003 北京-三里屯某一个餐厅  | Anaïs Martane, 12/03/2003 Beijing-A Restaurant in Sanlitun

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安娜伊思·马田 ,25/01/2003 北京-单店  | Anaïs Martane, 25/01/2003 Beijing-Dandian


 关于安娜伊思·马田

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照片由Ying Chao拍摄 | Photographer: Ying Chao


安娜伊思·马田,法国尼斯人。14岁开始学习中文,毕业于法国国立东方语言文化学院,在巴黎学习6个月的摄影基础课程后,2001年以留学生身份来到中国,进入北京首都师范大学进修。起初她以业余摄影师的身份拍摄作品,后转向职业摄影师方向。2002年开始她加入了法国专业摄影机构“Traffic d’Images”,以新闻摄影师的身份为法国及其他国家的报刊杂志拍摄:法国解放报、法国世界报、Elle、玛丽嘉儿等。2004年后,她开始以肖像摄影师的身份为《时代》周刊拍摄照片,这也使得她有机会出版自己的第一本英法双语的摄影书《中国肖像Chinese Portraits》,这本囊括了40位当代中国见证者的书在全球范围内产生相当的影响。2002至2004年间,她拍摄了一组主题为“北京青年地下音乐”的作品,自此以后,她的作品自然而然地转向纪实摄影。有稳定的家庭和生活的她已在中国定居16年,活跃在多个艺术领域。



Warm-up 

—— Anaïs Martane’s Photography Solo Exhibition


Organizer: Three Shadows +3 Gallery

Curator: RongRong

Opening: 16:00, Oct 28, 2017

Opening Venue: Three Shadows +3 Gallery

Duration: 10:00-18:00, Oct 28, 2017 - Feb 27, 2018 (Closed on Mondays)

Winter Opening Hours:10:00-17:00, From Nov 15, 2017 (Closed on Mondays)

Address: Caochangdi 155A, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100015

Tele: 86-10-64319063

Email : info@plus3gallery.com



It is a great honor for Three Shadows +3 Gallery to present this solo exhibition of the photographer Anaïs Martane. It consists of nearly 50 silver gelatin prints that capture the daily routine of young underground musicians in Beijing from 2002 to 2004, giving an intimate view of their lives off-stage.


Here, aided by RongRong's curation and Three Shadows' darkroom, we see how Anais eloquently froze the young musicians' joy and melancholy. As both Martane and many of her subjects were strangers to the city, they became friends and eventually like family. Reflecting on the works, RongRong said, “What you have shot is a series of works brimming with warmth and authenticity. They are impressively touching. These scenes are now gone forever. These youth, seen here in their halcyon days, have built their families and settled down, as have their obstinate and unruly hearts. But photography documented the initial sincereness of them. Perhaps this is the meaning of photography, the charm of film, and the significance of Three Shadows. I wish you to share those pieces with us.” 


Artist Statement


THEM


This is how I call this series of photographs from the moment I started in 2002. 

A group of Foreign students. A bar in Sanlitun.


A concert a friend found -- how, I do not know. Empty. Nobody but us. Listening for the first time the music from an ancient time -- the music of the Wild Children. It’s not pop. It’s not a fad. It’s just perfect. Some friends speak to the band. They have their own bar in the bar street of south Sanlitun.


"Come!" they say. 


Zhang Quan, Xiao Suo, Zhang Weiwei, Guo Long, Xiao He, Wan Xiao Li, etc. They were young, they were doing music -- sincere music -- and they were far from home. They broke boundaries and models. They were choosing their own life, finding freedom in their passion and their hard work. WE found in THEM the bridge to dive deep into this impenetrable Chinese world, sharing our love for Emir Kusturica and Manu Chao’s music of life. We became friends instantly.


I photographed THEM, learning about becoming an adult in a foreign country, learning photography and patience, learning about friendship and mostly tolerance. They were my family.
Now we all have kids and our own life. When we meet, the emotion of our shared youth time is still and always willbe alive. Some of my friends married THEM. Since I stop photographing THEM, now it’s becomes US.
These images are the reflection of their life from 2002 to 2004 with moments of happiness and tragedy. 

      Anaïs Martane


 About  Anaïs Martane


Anaïs Martane is from Nice, France. She began learning Chinese at age 14 and continued to study the language at the National Institute for Oriental Languages and Civilizations (INALCO). In 2001, she arrived in China as a foreign student to study at Beijing Capital Normal University and started to photograph as a hobby. In 2002 she published her first images through Traffic d’Images, a young French photography agency. She went on to work as press photographer for several French and foreign newspapers like Liberation, Le Monde, Telerama, Elle,and Marie Claire. After 2004 she started to work as portraitist for Time Magazine, which led to her first book“Chinese Portraits" published in both French and English and distributed worldwide. She photographed the youth of Beijing's underground music scene from 2002 to 2004. She has now lived in China for 16 years, she has since turned to producer of narrative cinema, theater and continues to work in multiple art diciplines.


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