And that's a fact
Digital Archival Print
A la Loisida
Labels: new york
08:04 | 8.06.2007 | an xiao |
by an xiao
where to find me
flickr / rss
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.
Watch me watch you watch him watch them
There's a street there, I promise.
A rare dive into color
They grow big around these here parts.
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