CIVILIZATION: THE WAY WE LIVE NOW / MMNA, GWACHEON, SOUTH-KOREA

My work will be part of the exhibition Civilization: The Way We Live Now
The exhibition addresses and illuminates major aspects of our increasingly global 21st century civilization.

A planetary civilization is slowly and unevenly taking shape, and photographers of the 21st century are at work everywhere, photographing almost everything – our ‘eyes’ – documenting, recording and interpreting the world in which we live, and sometimes even imagining fictional scenarios. Politics, economics, technology, nature, the human body, society, war… at this very moment photographers around the globe have their cameras focused sharply on one or another of these subjects, giving visible form to the intricate workings of modern civilization.

Curators: William Ewing, Bartomeu Marí and Holly Roussell Perret-Gentil.

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The first venue is The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea, from October 17 2018 - January 31 2019

The Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing will be the next venue and opens on March 9th 2019