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Kiang Gallery

KIANG GALLERY was established in 1992 and continues a challenging exhibition program of contemporary works in all media: painting, drawing, contemporary photography, sculpture, digital media, including a long standing commitment to Chinese contemporary art and Chinese photography, by emerging and mid-career artists.

In September 2007, Kiang Gallery reopened in a completely renovated new space in Atlanta's booming Westside. The main exhibition space, a pure white cube, encourages a spirit of experimentation and allows larger scale works, video, and installations. A smaller, more intimate gallery space accentuated by the natural light of a skylight extends exhibition possibilities. Exhibitions run to five weeks and the gallery maintains a complete inventory of work available for acquisition.

Kiang's defining aesthetic, as well as the gallery's conceptual orientation, reflect a high regard for cross-cultural discourse and non-liner perception.

Atlanta, GA

United States
Address:
1011-A Marietta Street Atlanta, GA 30318
30318
Phone: 404.892.5477
Website: www.kiang-gallery.com


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Artists Represented

WORKS AVAILABLE BY:
Laura Bell
Annette Cone-Skelton
He Chongyue
Fang Er
Annette Gates
Sze Tsung Leong
Jin Meng
Bradley McCallum and Jacqueline Tarry
Gloria Ortiz-Hernandez
Chi Peng
Danielle Roney
Pat Steir
Ian Teh
Shugang Wang
Lori Waselchuk
Jim Waters
Pandra Williams
Danwen Xing
Zhang Dali


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Current Exhibitions

Meng Jin
Every Room is Illuminated
April 3 - May 30, 2009
Closing Reception May 29, 7-9 PM

Contemporary Chinese photography by Beijing based artist Meng Jin combines sophisticated digital media and traditional rice paper, exploring the nuances and seductiveness of power, referencing, and the high-energy output in the brilliant chandeliers of power boardrooms and government offices.


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Hoang Van Bui
Fall 2009


Previous Exhibitions

Gloria Ortiz-Hernandez, New Drawing and Sculpture, February 13 - March 28, 2009

Danielel Roney, VISTA, November 7, 2008 - February 7, 2009

Zhang Dali, SLOGANS, September 12 - November 1, 2008

Ian Teh, Dark Clouds, July 18 - August 30, 2008

Lori Waselchuck, Grace Before Dying, Angola Prison Hospice Project, Louisiana, June 13 - July 12, 2008

Bradley McCallum & Jacqueline Tarry, Another Country, February 29 - June 7, 2008

Pandra Williams, Minusculi Tantillum, Very Small Gifts, January 18 - February 16, 2008

Laura Bell, Morphosis, January 18 - February 16, 2008


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Meng Jin Every Room Is Illuminated
Opening Reception: Friday April 3, 7-9PM
Closign Reception: Friday May 22, 7-9PM
Exhibition Dates: April 3 – May 22, 2009

Kiang Gallery is pleased to present Beijing based artist Meng Jin, who photographs chandeliers in meeting rooms in the People’s Parliament House in Beijing, and other power boardrooms with similar institutional context. These rooms are charged with energy and Meng Jin captures not the brilliance of these chandeliers, but the afterimage, an optical illusion that refers to an image continuing to appear in our vision after the exposure to the original image has ceased, the bright glow that seems to float before ones eyes after staring at brilliant light. By using at least two layered negatives for each image, one in focus and one out of focus and digitally manipulating information these prints on rice paper, achieve a very silky image revealing subtle hints of color associated with the inverted afterimage and showing a reality changed by computer, where only the lights and the reflection caused by lights remain visible in the photographs. The physicality of the space ... [ Read all ]


Location And Getting There

Kiang Gallery has relocated to Midtown West, 1011-A Marietta Street, next door to Sandler Hudson Gallery and Octane Coffee Bar and Lounge.

The new space was designed by architect Amy Landesberg.

For information contact Marilyn Kiang at info@kiang-gallery.com or 404.892.5477


Kiang Gallery
Atlanta, Georgia USA
404.892.5477
www.kiang-gallery.com


Contact-Directors/Staff

Marilyn Kiang


Opening Times

Thursday - Friday 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday 12:00 PM- 5:00 PM