台北/平遙

兩岸 影像 邂逅
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2010 / 1月

文‧鐘永和(中華攝影藝術交流學會理事長,台北平遙交流展策展召集人) 圖‧中華攝影藝術交流學會提供



有人說,要認識一個國家的生活樣貌,就看它的廣告;要解讀一個國家的心靈,那就看它的攝影吧。

陰濕寒冬中,當台中市為大陸海協會會長陳雲林的到訪而緊張戒備時,在台北華山創意園區的角落,一場兩岸的心靈邂逅,正悄悄上演。

始自2001年的「平遙國際攝影節」,是中國最具規模的攝影展,藉著它,建都3,000年、全球唯一一座列入世界文化遺產的漢民族古城──山西平遙,成了全球攝影者的朝聖之地。

過去多年,台灣攝影者都是平遙攝影大展的常客,而繼2008年平遙展創下2,200多位參展者的盛大記錄後,此次第9屆,主辦單位再增設世界巡迴交流展,並以台北為首展之地,展出歷年來的經典作品及台灣攝影家的邀展作品,總計有大陸26人、台灣23人、國際8人,共57位攝影家參展,展出作品近170幅。光華將分「大陸」及「國際」兩部分分期推出,以饗讀者。

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An Encounter of Images Across the Taiwan Strait

Chung Yung-ho /tr. by Afra Tucker


Some say that we can learn about a country's lifestyles through its advertisements; however, to understand a country's soul we should look at its photography.

During the damp, dark days of winter, while the city of Taichung was warily preparing for a visit from Chen Yunlin, president of mainland China's Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits, a heart-to-heart encounter between Taiwan and the mainland was quietly taking place in a corner of Huashan Culture Park in Taipei.

Founded in 2001, the China Pingyao International Photography Festival is the mainland's largest photo exhibition. The city of Pingyao in Shanxi Province, formerly an ancient capital established 3000 years ago, is the only Chinese Han nationality ancient city listed as a World Cultural Heritage site. Now, thanks to the festival, it has become a pilgrimage site for photographers from around the world.

In past years, photographers from Taiwan have been frequent visitors to the Pingyao photography festival. In 2008, it brought in a record number of over 2200 exhibiting participants. For the ninth edition of the festival, organizers have added a new feature: a travelling exchange exhibition. Taipei was the first destination of this exchange exhibition, where both classic works from years past as well as works from invited Taiwanese photographers were exhibited. The exhibit showcased close to 170 pictures contributed by a total of 57 participants: 26 from mainland China, 23 from Taiwan, and eight from other countries. Taiwan Panorama is offering its readers a look at some of these images, dividing the display into two parts: "Mainland" and "International."

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