Hey look - a color shot!

Colors and Snow

Colors and Snow, 2008
An Xiao
Digital Archival Print

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07:15 | 3.18.2008 | an xiao | 2 Comments

An Xiao on Cover of Boxcar Poetry Review

Two of An Xiao's photos now grace the cover of Boxcar Poetry Review's March 2008 issue. Selected for inclusion were works from her recent nighttime series, including Drive Thru (2007) and Just Me (2008), where she explores issues of impermanence and solitude in the dark moments of the city.

Drive Thru
Drive Thru, 2007

As editor Neil Aitken describes the issue, "Stunning poems accompanied by An Xiao's equally stunning images of dark quiet spaces. This is a feast."

The Boxcar Poetry Review
http://www.boxcarpoetry.com/
http://www.boxcarpoetry.com/013/xiao_an_001.html

Boxcar Poetry Review is an online poetry journal showcasing the work of new and established poets with new issues appearing every other month. The best poems of the year will be collected together in a print anthology which is scheduled for spring 2008.

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16:05 | 3.17.2008 | an xiao | 1 Comments

We watch we watch

Windows

Windows, 2008
An Xiao
Digital Archival Print


Skybox view at Madison Square Garden

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15:03 | 3.13.2008 | an xiao | 0 Comments

Those lovely food carts

Halal

Halal, 2008
An Xiao
Digital Archival Print


I love their soft glow in the late evening.

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07:28 | 3.12.2008 | an xiao | 0 Comments

Review in Empty Easel

An Xiao's photography has been reviewed by Dan at Empty Easel, a popular web site for artists and art lovers to learn about the business of art and also to learn from each others' work. This is a great honor for her, due both to Empty Easel's selectivity and the fact that this is the first-ever review of her photography.

Hackey Sack
Hackey Sack, 2007

"Photographs have always captured split-second moments in time, yet An Xiao’s photography is something extra special in that regard. . . . [Her] urban photography is inspired both by haiku poetry and the images of Henri Cartier-Bresson."

Read the full article here.

The article has also received a mention in Photo News Today.

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08:28 | 3.11.2008 | an xiao | 0 Comments

8th St.

Trek

Trek, 2008
An Xiao
Digital Archival Print


During one of our recent snow falls.

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07:02 | 3.09.2008 | an xiao | 0 Comments

Catching a breath

Waiting

Waiting, 2008
An Xiao
Digital Archival Print

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12:35 | 3.02.2008 | an xiao | 2 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.


previously
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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