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Saturday, 29 September 2007 23:27

康巴王國雙人聯展

康巴,或者說是東藏,與安多(北藏)、西藏本區構成藏區三大地理區。今日,康巴分布於四川甘孜、阿巴、雲南北部邊境以及青海南部。過去,康巴地區居民的認同感來自達賴喇摩的精神領導,政治上分成眾多的小王國,甚至曾被認為是沒有國家的社會。
本展覽展出笨篤水墨畫與數位化作品,以及梁准的攝影作品。他們兩人同在藏區高地,在極端奇譎的地理天候下,擷取神話、夢想與苦痛的淵泉。兩人的作品聚焦在三個地方:一是理塘寺院,海拔四千四百公尺;一是木里,彝族與藏族的交界,曾是神權統治的王國;一是石渠,四川省海拔最高、面積最大、位置最偏遠的一個縣。石渠含氧量只有平原地區的46%,世界上最長的史詩——《格薩爾王傳》發祥於此,《格薩爾》是世界上最長的一部活形態史詩,由藏族人民集體創作,氏族、部落、部族和民族之間的戰爭是格薩爾故事的源頭;石渠草原深處藏著一座完全用一塊塊刻滿佛教經文、六字真言和佛像的嘛呢石刻壘砌起來的嘛呢石城——松格嘛呢石經城,全長四千五百六十公尺。
本展覽與《人籟論辨月刊》十月號「探索極端」相互應,這次期號以梁准在石渠拍攝的攝影作品以及巴西四位攝影師呈現巴西一個被人遺忘的小村落,一頁一頁都是極端天候下震撼人心的文化藝術表現。
您也許無法到西藏,但您可以觀賞這些在藏區扎根的作品,一同追念半遊牧高地康巴王國的過去點滴與未來夢想。

水墨畫家與數位畫創作者
【笨篤】
笨篤是魏明德(Benoît Vermander)的筆名。1993年,他在輔仁大學舉辦第一場書法作品展,之後陸續在北京中國美術館、四川美術館、成都畫院、舊金山大學、歐洲議會(史特拉斯堡)、土魯斯、香港光華中心、南韓釜山大學等地舉辦水墨畫展。畫冊有《天路歷程》、《夜搏:笨篤中法詩畫集》《笨篤圖解創世紀》、《聖所何在》等作品。
魏明德是法國籍耶穌會士,一九九二年來到台灣。現任台北利氏學社主任,《人籟論辨月刊》總編輯,人籟網址為www.erenlai.com。來台後他專注和平研究與少數民族研究,特別是彝族宗教儀式田野調查,出版《驅鬼經》等相關著作。

成都攝影家
【梁准】
出生於廣州,1989年轉向研究西南少數民族,至四川成都發展定居。現任中國國家高級攝影師,並在成都幾所大學教授攝影學。她長期致力於民族原生態民風民俗的攝影與紀錄,除了康巴藏區之外,還包括羌族、苗族、白族、傣族、回族等各族。作品多次參展並獲獎:文學暨攝影作品發表於《中國民族》英文版、《民族》、《中國西部》等雜誌,散文曾收入「當代四川散文大觀」,並與他人合著《香格里拉之魂》一書。

法國巴黎銀行 台北利氏學社
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康巴王國
笨篤水墨畫與數位作品
梁准攝影作品
雙人聯展
2007年10月 6日下午兩點到七點
2007年 10月7上午十一點到下午七點
展期至10月31日
歡迎酒會:2007年10月6日下午三點
畫展地點:法國巴黎銀行 台北市105民生東路四段52號2樓
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Saturday, 29 September 2007 16:56

Kingdoms of Kham

Kham, or Eastern Tibet, is one of the three Tibetan geographical areas with Central Tibet and Amdo, the region to its north. Today, its territory is divided between the prefectures of Ganze and Aba, Sichuan, and smaller frontier areas in northern Yunnan and southern Qinghai. Traditionally, the inhabitants of Kham were recognizing the spiritual authority of the dalai lama but were politically divided into a variety of small kingdoms or chiefdoms, sometimes described as “societies without a State.”
The exhibit associates Chinese paintings and digital works by Benoit Vermander with pictures by the Sichuanese photographer Liang Zhun. Together they capture the dreams, myths and sufferings of the Tibetan highlands. They focus on three particular places: the monastery of Litang), at an altitude of around 4,400 meters; the former tiny theocratic State of Mul), at the frontier between the Tibetan and Yi minorities; and the desolate county of Shiqu at the frontier of Tibet, Qinghai and Sichuam, nearby the birthplace of King Gesar, a semi-legendary hero who has inspired the longest epic poem in the world. Settlements in Shiqu are located on average around 4,560 meters. This population of herders has also erected a stunning necropolis.
The exhibit coincides with the October issue of Renlai monthly, “Experimenting with the Extreme”, which features Liang Zhun’s photographs on Shiqu county and a selection of works by four Brazilian photographers on an isolated village in the Amazonian forest.
You might not be able to see the exhibit, but you can at least look here at some of the works that compose it, dreaming about the semi nomadic highlands that compose the former kingdoms of Kham…
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BNP Paribas Taipei Ricci Institute
KINGDOMS OF KHAM
Chinese paintings and digital works by Benoit Vermander
Photographs by Liang Zhun
- Saturday October 6 from 2pm to 7pm
- Sunday October 7 from 11am to 7pm
- Exhibit open on Wednesday 10, 3pm-7pm, Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 10am-7pm; weekdays till October 31 at working hours.
Reception: Wednesday 10, 3pm
Venue: BNP Paribas 2/F. 52 Min Sheng E. Road, Sect 4, Taipei

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