Art & Culture

A CONVERSATION WITH ARTIST PETER CHAN

During my explorations, I have always been constantly interested in psychology and the potential of internal growth through experiences in our daily lives. These are topics I would constantly discuss with close friends such as ideas of meditation and catharsis within our quiet solitary moments. In terms of the images, there are generally 'space' around the figures or portraits I worked with. While figures in 'Ecstasy' are generally close-ups which focuses on the portrait, 'Fata Morgana' generally tell us more about the surrounding narratives of the figures. We are constantly changing, and so is the world around us. 

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THE ART OF OWNING ART

Art can be expensive. "Real", fine art- even more. The concept of "real" art can be so insanely subjective, and to me, all of it is "real" if it's art to begin with, regardless of the price tag. Art is what you make of it. These particular Magnum photographers are special though, and through their lens are creating and documenting history. I feel so lucky that for a fair price-tag, I have fine art, right in my living room. So, for $100 dollars or a little more, you can start being an official art collector too.

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