Light and shadow at the Chinese Library

On Monday Charing Cross Library celebrated the opening of ‘A Narrative of Light and Shadow’ – a photographic exhibition running until 14 May 2014.

'A Narrative of Light and Shadow' exhibition at Charing Cross Library, April-May 2014

The exhibition consists of  30 photographic works of both landscape and portraiture selected to represent the artistry of Taiwan’s female photographers.
Displayed high on the first floor railings of Charing Cross Library, the works of Chang Hsiu-huang, Wang Hsiao-chin, Chien Fu-yu, and Chang Yung-Chieh offers visitors  narratives of Taiwanese culture that is both stunning and thought-provoking.

Cellist and pianist Shu-Wei Tseng at Charing Cross Library, April 2014Those attending the opening event enjoyed a live performance by cellist and pianist Shu-Wei Tseng.

Speeches were given by Representative Hsu Feng-Chuan of the Taipei Representative office in the UK and Chris Lloyd, the Community Development Manager for Westminster Libraries.

Representative Hsu Feng-Chuan of the Taipei Representative office in the UK and Chichy Li, Chinese Library Team LeaderChris thanked both Chichy Li (Chinese Library Team Leader) and the Taipei Representative Office in the UK for organising this beautiful exhibition and expressed his hope that this celebration of Taiwanese art and culture will encourage more members of the Taiwanese community to visit Charing Cross Library.

'A Narrative of Light and Shadow' exhibition at Charing Cross Library, April-May 2014

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