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The Monochrome Aesthetic

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The Photography Exhibition and Art Education Activities – The Monochrome Aesthetic – aims to provide a bridge between artists and the public.📷📸📹🎞

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We have added new artworks! Welcome to visit the Monochrome Aesthetic again this Saturday.  Extend the exhibition until March 5th. Besharat Arts Foundation Museum & Gallery Hours: By Appointment, Monday through Saturday from 10 AM to 5 PM. Address: 163 Peters St. SW, Atlanta, GA 30313 Phone: 404.524.4781 Parking: 161-165 Mangum St. SW, Atlanta, GA 30313  #themonochromeaesthetic  #scadphotography
Appreciate everyone's enthusiastic participation, support, and encouragement. The Monochrome Aesthetic will continue the exhibition until March 5, 2019. Welcome everyone to visit us.  Thanks to our generous sponsor Besharat Arts Foundation Museum & Gallery that keep our dreams continuing in Atlanta, GA. 📸📸📸📷📷📷👍👍👍📸📸📸 Besharat Arts Foundation Museum & Gallery Hours: By Appointment, Monday through Saturday from 10 AM to 5 PM. Address: 163 Peters St. SW, Atlanta, GA 30313 Phone: 404.524.4781 Parking: 161-165 Mangum St. SW, Atlanta, GA 30313 Curator: Yeh-Ting Ma Artists: Hsuan Chung, Jinyao Yuan, and Rueben Gonzales.
The Monochrome Aesthetic will host a small photographic exhibition for our outstanding photo competition participants at Besharat Arts Foundation Museum & Gallery. Welcome to visit us!!! 📸📸📸 Joint Exhibit: March 20th-5th, 2019 Hours: By Appointment, Monday through Saturday from 10 AM to 5 PM Address:163 Peters St. SW, Atlanta, GA 30313  Phone: 404.524.4781 Parking: 161-165 Mangum St. SW, Atlanta, GA 30313  Participants: Luis Perez, Bonita Lin, Erik Scherb, MJ Chen, Zhou Chen, and Sadaf Motevali.  #themonochromeaesthetic #photographyworkshop #photographycompetitionwinner
Thank you for participating in the Photography Workshop & Competition last Saturday. We have a very successful photography sharing and experience with our participants.  #themonochromeaesthetic #photographyworkshop #photographycompetition
Can't wait to meet you at the Outdoor Photography Workshop & Competition tomorrow morning. -If tomorrow rains, we will have an indoor venue-  Photography Workshop & Competition Saturday, February 16th, 10AM-12PM Besharat Arts Foundation Museum & Gallery 163 Peters St. SW, Atlanta, GA 30313  Phone: 404.524.4781 Parking: 161-165 Mangum St. SW, Atlanta, GA 30313 Instructor: Hsuan Chung and Jinyao Yuan  Register your free photography workshop and competition now: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeu9nF6dDW31gIh0yvIX_oWiPiTv496_Pa7EnXA2fuTnPPbow/viewform?usp=sf_link  #themonochromeaesthetic #photographyworkshop #photographycompetitions
📸📸📸Happy Valentine's Day ♥️♥️♥️ Welcome to visit the Monochrome Aesthetic with your lover. 📸🌹📷♥️📸🌹 Joint Exhibit:  February 8th-17th, 2019 Hours: By Appointment, Monday through Sunday from 10 AM to 5 PM 163 Peters St. SW, Atlanta, GA 30313 | Phone: 404.524.4781 | Parking: 161-165 Mangum St. SW, Atlanta, GA 30313  #themonochromeaesthetic #happyvalentinesday
Good morning, let us challenge our photography and aesthetic together this Saturday, February 16, from 10 AM to 12 PM in the Besharat Arts Foundation Museum & Gallery!  Our exhibition continues to open for everyone from 10 AM to 5 PM, welcome your visit!!! Register your free photography workshop and competition now: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeu9nF6dDW31gIh0yvIX_oWiPiTv496_Pa7EnXA2fuTnPPbow/viewform?usp=sf_link  #themonochromeaesthetic #photographyworkshop #photographycompetition📷
Take your best shot and win a World's Smallest Coolest Polaroid Camera from the Monochrome Aesthetic!!! Let's join the photography workshop & competition on February 16, from 10AM to 12PM in the Besharat Arts Foundation Museum & Gallery!  Get your free register now: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeu9nF6dDW31gIh0yvIX_oWiPiTv496_Pa7EnXA2fuTnPPbow/viewform?usp=sf_link  #themonochromeaesthetic #photographyworkshop #photographycompetition
Who can win a phone camera zoom lens kits?  Join us in the outdoor photography workshop and competition on February 16 from 10AM to 12PM in Besharat Arts Foundation Museum & Gallery.  Get your free register now: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeu9nF6dDW31gIh0yvIX_oWiPiTv496_Pa7EnXA2fuTnPPbow/viewform?usp=sf_link  #themonochromeaesthetic #photographyworkshop #photographycompetition
Learning photography and get a chance to win a Polaroid Camera! 📸📸📸 Welcome to join the Photography Workshop & Competition on February 16, from 10AM to 12PM in Besharat Arts Foundation Museum and Gallery.  Get your free register now: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeu9nF6dDW31gIh0yvIX_oWiPiTv496_Pa7EnXA2fuTnPPbow/viewform?usp=sf_link  #themonochromeaesthetic #photographyworkshop #photographycompetition
We would like to thank you for visited and supported in the opening reception and artist talk. Your visit has made our exhibition completely wonderful. 🌹🌹🌹 #themonochromeaesthetic #openingreception  #artiststalk
Formosa Aborigines Taiwan (previously Formosa) is an extremely beautiful island, and is said to be the origin of Austronesian languages. The ancestors of the aborigines were the guardians of Formosa; they lived on this land with modesty and discipline. They were humble, optimistic, simple, and courageous. However, the lack of opportunities for education had left them at a disadvantage when faced with one invasion after another. In the course of history, they were used, oppressed and slaughtered. In this series of photographs, Chung tries to present the uniqueness and cultural characteristics intrinsic to the aborigines. Within the frame, what the works are focused on is the aboriginal people as a whole, rather than individuals or certain figures, as the issues given rise to by historical incidents are not unique to just one group of people or just certain individuals. When he photographed the subjects, he intentionally blurred their facial features and avoided presenting their faces in their entirety in the picture. Through long exposures and simulations, he sought to break the bonds of time and present the lives of the aborigines’ ancestors on this island with images captured in the present. From their initial, carefree way of life where they lived in harmony with nature, to the oppression forced upon them by their invaders, the works are a portrait of the fundamental changes in their ways of life and mental states.  Image by  Hsuan Chung | Lasda Takbanuaz #00175 | 32x32’’ | 2018  https://hsuanchung.com/portfolio-1 #themonochromeaesthetic #hsuanchung  #scadphotography
Explore the world, take photos, and make many memories with the Monochrome Aesthetic! See you on February 6, from 10AM to 12PM in Besharat Arts Foundation Museum and Gallery.  Registration: https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSeu9nF6dDW31gIh0…/viewform…  #themonochromeaesthetic #photographyworkshop #photographycompetition
Hsuan Chung focus is on presenting the concept of YuGen, which is an Asian perspective, with American landscapes. Studying art in the United States was never meant as a way for him to leave his culture behind and be completely taken over by the West. That is why in this series of artworks, he wants to fuse Asian culture with American landscapes using techniques that he has learned in America. Why would this work? There are mountains in Asia as well, but if one has ever been to or seen pictures of Asia, there is a distinct difference between them and those in the US. Chung wants to allow the audience to view American scenery through an Asian perspective. It is not about trying to make audiences believe they are looking at an Asian scenery, but to draw attention to the fact that they are looking at their homeland through the eye of an Asian artist.  Images by Hsuan Chung | Quiet and Deserted #00033 | 30x22” | 2016 Hsuan Chung | Turbulent in the land #00520 | 20x20” | 2018  https://hsuanchung.com/portfolio-1 #themonochromeaesthetic #hsuanchung  #scadphotography
The series of black and white photographs explore two different ways of seeing, linear and compressed. In an age of rapidly developing human societies, Jinyao Yuan wonders what has changed and what has not. The photo sequences depict what happens before and after a moment. When displaying the different moments of each scene together in groups, the fluidity of time appears, and constant change is revealed from eternity.  Different from the photo sequences, each of the pinhole photographs records a relatively long period of time and combines all the moments in a single photograph. Moving objects in the frame either disappear completely or leave a light shadow. Only the solid ground and the constructions on top of it remain clear. Everything is in focus, but nothing is sharp. At the end of time, he wonders what will be there.  Images by Jinyao Yuan | Elapse #3 | 14in x 11in | 2017 Jinyao Yuan | Lake in The Sky | 14in x 11in | 2017 Jinyao Yuan | Growing Shadow of a Tree | 18in x 34in | 2017  https://yuanjinyao.com/projects #themonochromeaesthetic #jinyaoyuan #scadphotography
Take Your Photography to the Next Level with the Monochrome Aesthetic Photography Workshop on February 16.📸📹 Registration: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeu9nF6dDW31gIh0yvIX_oWiPiTv496_Pa7EnXA2fuTnPPbow/viewform?usp=sf_link  #themonochromeaesthetic #photographyworkshop #photographycompetition
Why is the appeal of monochrome photography so enduring!? Transform your digital images into black & white analog classics by using simple tools.  James Paterson gives you a masterclass.  Image by James Paterson  Read more at  https://www.amateurphotographer.co.uk/technique/get-black-white-film-look-digital-cameras-125341#SrlOUiSSg1Ymu7zJ.99  #themonochromeaesthetic #blackandwhitephotography #jamespaterson
The third Saturday of February.📸📸📸 We will explore the world with you and look for a beautiful perspective in Atlanta. 🌹🌺🌻 See you on February 16, from 10AM to 12PM on Besharat Arts Foundation Museum of Gallery!!! #themonochromeaesthetic #photographyworkshop #photographycompetition #scadphotography

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