Huang Kehua. The magic eye of nature

From 19 August 2010 to 30 August 2010

Under the direction of Vincenzo Sanfo and the organization of the National Institute of Contemporary Art, the Venice Marciana Library will host from 11th to 30th August 2010 a display of the works of the Chinese photographer Huang Kehua. The exhibition will be arranged in the Monumental Rooms, within the integrated route of the Museums of Saint Marks Square and is accessible from the Museum Correr.Born in 1943 in Rongcheng within the province of Shandong and an Engineering graduate, Kehua is the honorary president of the Photography Association of Shandong, the Qili Photographic Culture Improvement Associaton and the Great China Group of Professional Photographers of America (PPA). Many of his works have been published in specialist magazines across the world - which has brought him prizes from everywhere: USA, Italy, South Korea and China. In 2008 he was awarded by Bucy, the general secretary of FIAP, Oriental International Photography Art Improvement Association, the accolade of president and permanent member of FIAP.

In 2009 his works Impression of Africa, Swan in My Hometown, My Love, Mother Earth have been published on prestigious photographic magazines. In 2010 his exhibition at Jinan entitled Instant Image Photography Exhibition of Huang Kehua attracted the attention and favourable reviews from many photographic experts.

Since 1976 Huang Kehua has been the director of the Jinan revenue office, general director of the revenue committee of the Shandong province, vice governor of the province of Shandong, vice director of the permanent committee of the National Peoples Congress and director of the Financial/Economic committee of the National Peoples Congress.

The show will open its doors on August 10th at 11 a.m. in the Entrance room of the Sansoviana Library (access is from Piazzetta San Marco 13/a). The author himself will be present with many other important professionals, amongst them the organizer Vincenzo Sanfo, the President of the National Institute of Contemporary Art, Anselmo Villata, and the general consul in Milan of the Chinese republic, Junfu Ming.

Maria Letizia Sebastiani (director of the Marciana National Library) will make an introduction to the exhibition.We would like to remind visitors that entrance is via the Correr Museum, from the Napoleon Wing of Saint Mark's Square.

By Insidecom Editorial Staff