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Horses and Canneries / Robert Zhao

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Robert Zhao
Horses and Canneries
Singapore,2013
Self-published, set of 10 postcards

160 x 110 x 6 mm

“The Blaenavon Industrial Landscape was awarded World Heritage Site status by UNESCO in November 2000. It is also included in the register of Landscapes of Outstanding Historic Interest in Wales. The “Forgotten Landscapes” describe the area surrounding and including Blaenavon Industrial Landscape World Heritage site in South Wales. This global significant landscape was formed over many centuries through the combined efforts of nature and man.”

About The Artist

Singaporean visual artist Robert Zhao Renhui (b. 1983) works chiefly with photography but often adopts a multi-disciplinary approach, presenting images together with documents and objects. Renhui’s work include textual and media analysis, video and photography projects. Recent exhibitions include the Sydney Biennale 2016, Arles Discovery Award 2015, ‘A Guide to the Flora and Fauna of the World’, Centre of Contemporary Photography, Melbourne (2015); ‘The Nature Collector’, ShanghART, Shanghai (2015); ‘Flies Prefer Yellow’, Kadist Art Foundation, San Francisco (2014); and ‘A Guide to the Flora and Fauna of the World’, Primo Marella Gallery, Milan (2014), Singapore Biennale 2013, Centre of Contemporary Photography (Melbourne) and Photoquai 2013. His work has also been awarded The Deutsche Bank Award in Photography (2011) by the University of the Arts London, The United Overseas Bank Painting of the Year Award (2009) Singapore. In 2010, he was awarded The Young Artist Award by the Singapore National Arts Council. His work has also been featured prominently in Artforum International, ArtAsiaPacific, European Photography, Pipeline, Archivo, Fotografia and Punctum.
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