Jing Huang – Pure of Sight

12.05 - 20.05.2012
  • Jing Huang

    Jing Huang

  • Jing Huang

    Jing Huang

  • Jing Huang

    Jing Huang

  • Jing Huang

    Jing Huang

Pure of Sight, the portfolio entered by Jing Huang, is not dedicated to any subject in particular. Each of his twelve black-and-white images has its own unique story to tell. They show landscapes, wildlife and detailed close-up images. Nevertheless, each photo has a charisma of its own. Everyday scenes and objects are suf- fused with a magic that captures the viewer’s soul. The young photographer has discovered a way to lend enor- mous depth to familiar and seemingly trivial things.

His favorite image in the group of 12 black-and-white fine art images shot: The picture of a kitten walking along a fallen tree branch, which makes me imagine a journey to an unknown destination. Jing Huang is much inspired and influenced by his own culture heritage and tradtional Chinese philosophy, po- etry and arts. In his photographs noticeable is an Oriental point of view, especially plant life, do seem to have an Asian sensibility. That culture spekas throuhgt his image, like Chinese express emotions through metaphor.

Jing Huang – born in 1987, is a real newcomer. His passion for photography evolved from a wish to tell stories through pic- tures. To accomplish this, he enrolled at the Arts Academy of Guangzhou in southern China in 2003 to study photography and digital art. He is a passionate Leica photographer and the owner of a Leica M4-P that he still uses for his work today.