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Exposure! Clive Barda - A Retrospective Photographic Exhibition Opening Soon

Date 30/10/2012
Category Exhibition
Source Cultural Affairs Bureau of the Macao S.A.R. Government

Jointly organised by the Cultural Affairs Bureau of the Macao SAR Government and the British Council, Exposure! Clive Barda – A Retrospective Photographic Exhibition will open to the public in Tap Seac Gallery on 1st November 2012, at 5pm. This exhibition will showcase 102 well-chosen quintessential photographs taken between 1968 and 2011 by renowned British stage art photographer Clive Barda. His works cover a wide range of content across different eras. Apart from opera and concert, the works also encompass dance and performance rehearsals. This exhibition will also specially display two photographs taken in Macao in the 1980s and 1990s.

Clive Barda has photographed numerous distinguished classical musicians, including cellist Jacqueline du Pré, Italian conductor Riccardo Muti and Luciano Pavarotti, one of the most famous tenors in the world, in addition to famous operas and the world premiere of the musical Phantom of the Opera.

Clive Barda excels at capturing the ‘decisive moment’. He is able to freeze the personality, characteristics and concentration of musicians whilst they are performing. Moreover, he is an expert in allowing viewers to perceive what happens before or after a particular moment via his photography, reproducing unforgettable moments.
Exposure! Clive Barda – A Retrospective Photographic Exhibition is part of UK Now, the largest ever British culture and arts festival held in China. From April to November 2012, UK Now hosts over 100 wonderful activities embracing all kinds of art forms in 26 Chinese cities. UK Now showcases the richness, colour and creativity of British culture and arts.

Exposure! Clive Barda – A Retrospective Photographic Exhibition will run until the 9th of December 2012. The Tap Seac Gallery is open from 10am to 7pm and admission is free.



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