Three frames

Three

Three, 2007
An Xiao
Giclée


Taken at the National Gallery of Art - a huge inspiration for me and my own art.

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15:32 | 4.30.2007 | an xiao | 0 Comments

Spring!

Handwalk

Handwalk, 2007
An Xiao
Giclée

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13:26 | 4.27.2007 | an xiao | 0 Comments

The lady they paint

The lady they paint

The lady they paint, 2007
An Xiao
Giclée


Seen around Pennsylvania Station. This building is on 34th and 8th and always has interesting billboards.

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12:22 | 4.25.2007 | an xiao | 0 Comments

Guests

Guests

Guests, 2007
An Xiao
Giclée


More from the Metropolitan Museum's west side, facing Central Park. This is a reflecting pool that, with the window design, creates quite interesting shapes and images.

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08:34 | 4.16.2007 | an xiao | 0 Comments

Bowing toward the Park

Bowing, 2007
An Xiao
Giclée


Took this at the Metropolitan Museum, facing Central Park. I love kids - they're so much more willing to express their excitement in a visual way. I'm sure the adults around me enjoyed the view as well, but the children really went out and showed it.

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06:28 | 4.15.2007 | an xiao | 0 Comments


Self portrait - Downtown girl goes uptown

street:haiku
by an xiao


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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.


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Movin' over
Happy Father's Day
An's Back (for a bit)
Taking a break...
Phoenix
Richard Tsao at Art Link Fine Art Gallery (Seoul)
Hey look - a color shot!
An Xiao on Cover of Boxcar Poetry Review
We watch we watch
Those lovely food carts



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