Three Shadows Photography Art Centre
Founded in 2007, The Three Shadows Photography Art Centre is the first art space solely dedicated to photography and video art in China. It aims to become China's most professional and comprehensive platform for the promotion of contemporary photography art. The Centre therefore offers an Artist-in-residence program to provide international photographers, artists, curators, and academics with an opportunity to live and work in China. Artists have access to: fully furnished living quarters; black and white darkroom studio; professional inkjet studio; moving image studio, with necessary equipment for production and post-production of video works and films; customized individual support to help complete independent projects.
possibility of holding an exhibition, workshops and master classes.
A main exhibition hall of 1,300 square meters used for thematic exhibitions, a China's largest Library of contemporary Photography with over 5,000 books, journals and catalogues, a state-of-the-art professional publishing house dedicated to producing collectible, limited edition, and popular photography books, a multi-purpose room for lectures, seminars, and presentations, a gallery, a full-service cafe, and a bookstore.
Three Shadows has four living quarters on the centre grounds. There are two small bedrooms (16 square meters) that share a bathroom and kitchen, and one large bedroom (35 square meters) with private bathroom. Additionally, there is a loft (65 square meters) with private bathroom and living room.
Inkjet color print lab:
Apple MacPro G5, Apple 23" Cinema HD Display, Viewsonic 22" LCD
Imacon Flexcolor 949 (Scanner)
HP Design jet z3100 photo / 44inch (Inkjet printer)
Black and white darkroom:
Devere 1010 XLH 8 x 10 inch enlarger
Durst L184 S 5814 5 x 7 inch enlarger
Devere H451 4 x 5 inch enlarger
LPL 7451 4 x 5 inch enlarger
KAISER System V 7000 67 negative enlarger
SEAL 500T-X 20 x 24 inch dry mounting / laminating press
Located in the Caochangdi Art District, a thriving art community of artists, architects, and academics in northeastern Beijing. The centre is 20 minutes from the Capital Airport and 45 minutes from Tiananmen Square.