I FELT THE STARS IN THAT ROOM.

OLIVIA BEE

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我感覺到那房間裡的繁星。- Olivia Bee。
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Olivia Bee

2024年,Dance Reflections by Van Cleef & Arpels與京都國際攝影節合作,呈獻攝影師Olivia Bee的作品集,作為Dance Reflections by Van Cleef &Arpels日本舞蹈藝術節的開幕作品。

Dance Reflections by Van Cleef & Arpels與京都國際攝影節共同呈獻美國攝影師Olivia Bee的系列作品,作為舞蹈藝術節的開幕活動。
此項目於第一屆舞蹈藝術節展開,與其他節目一樣,啟發自Dance Reflections by Van Cleef & Arpels的三大核心價值——創作、傳承與教育。在舞蹈藝術節舉行的數星期內,多場表演展現出舞蹈創作的全貌,涉及國際、現代和當代編舞作品,以及相關的歷史和文化主題。此外,藝術家亦親自主持工作坊,與公眾(包括業餘愛好者和專業人士)分享他們的作品,並鼓勵互相交流。

《I felt the stars in that room.》展覽見證著舞蹈與攝影兩種藝術之間的精彩對話。

展覽於10月4日下午5點開幕。

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Olivia Bee

Olivia Bee is a photographer and director. When she is not traveling the globe for her work, she manages 60 acres of farmland with her family in the Umpqua Valley in Western Oregon in the United States. She is intrigued by the magic of everyday life, humans’ inherent connection with the land, and how the beauty of memories (real or imagined) touches us. At 22, with the release of her monograph Kids in Love in 2016, she became the youngest artist to have a book published with Aperture Foundation. This work was exhibited at solo shows of the Aperture Foundation and agnès b in New York City. Her creations have also been included in group exhibitions with Danziger Gallery, Aperture Foundation, Weinstein Gallery, Bernal Espacio Galeria, and with Van Cleef & Arpels. Her awards include Forbes 30 under 30, PDN 30 Under 30, Flickr 20 Under 20, and an honorable mention from The Society of American Travel Writers for her work with Outside Magazine.

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