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10:19 | 7.29.2007 | an xiao |
by an xiao
where to find me
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Of mixed Filipino and Chinese descent, An Xiao grounds her urban photography in the aesthetics of haiku and Henri Cartier-Bresson, as she seeks the joy of the present moment in the hustle and bustle of busy city streets.
Her award-winning work has appeared in magazines and galleries internationally and throughout the New York City area, including Hun Gallery International 2006, the dual-continent Circular Exhibition with Hun Gallery and Gallery Ho in Seoul, the Asian Contemporary Art Fair with Tenri Gallery, and Cheryl Pelavin Gallery’s holiday benefit in TriBeCa.
street:haiku is her blog of street photography (photoblog), collected coast-to-coast, somewhere amidst New York, Los Angeles and Washington, DC. Updated twice weekly, if not more.
I like repetition of elements.
From the Greek and Roman Galleries at the Met
I take photos of others taking photos
The prestigious chairs of the Metropolitan Museum
Spinnin' round and round
From the mean streets of Pismo
C'mon baby and rescue me
It was quite a feat
"Mine mine mine"
Kids are so funny