Tuesday, December 9, 2008

"Clandestine" - A duo exhibition by Natalie Hill and Chad Ingraham.

Opening on Friday,
December 12th, 2008 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm

Exhibition time from Dec. 12th, 2008 to Jan. 04th, 2009

Two photographers, two clandestine events.

Six people are found slaugtered in a kitchen, a mysterious light appears at one-three-three-one Fuxing Road. It's secret, furtive... clandestine.

Clandestine explores the humor possible in art photography. Chad Ingraham and Natalie Hill’s purposely stylized work seeks to explores how to use the medium of photography to produce fantastical images which stimulate thought and tickle the soul.

One-three-three-one by Natalie Hill

An unidentified light becomes attracted to an old apartment block on Fuxing Road. The light dashes from place to place fixating on seemingly ordinary objects and structures. Is this an alien light or are there more mundane forces at work?

Recipe for Disaster by Chad Ingraham

A massacre takes place in a restaurant: chef, waiter, waitress, cleaning lady and dining couple are slaughtered with common place vegetables. Who is the killer? An angry customer? A disgruntled ex-employee? A vegetarian? Or have the vegetables taken revenge?

Supported by:

Friday, October 17, 2008

"Moments of Tranquility" - New Zealand's Landscapes by Jens Waldenmaier

Exhibition opening on
Friday, October 24th from 6:30 pm to 10 pm.

"Moments of Tranquility" - New Zealand's Landscapes

Photography by Jens Waldenmaier
Foreword by Helen Clark / Prime Minister of New Zealand

宁静的瞬间 — 新西兰风景
摄影师 Jens Waldenmaier,前言编写 Helen Clark

The Hamburg and Melbourne based artist and photographer Jens Waldenmaier has immortalised his impressions of New Zealand in this unforgettable work.

New Zealand has nowadays become many people’s dream country – as a travel destination but also as a place to settle. New Zealand-related topics have seen a dramatic increase in public and media attention. The extensive publicity for the monumental film production „The Lord of the Rings“, which was filmed in New Zealand, has added a further dimension – New Zealand has become „Middle Earth“.

Jens Waldenmaier's photos portray a magical countryside – as it was before the intrusion of man, showing the unspoilt nature that has survived until the present day. They strive to preserve the soul of this countryside for future generations and immortalise the beauty of the landscape in a photographic image.

Printed on Hahnmuehle Photo Rag 308 Paper, using a special printing process, based on lithprinting techniques, supported by recomART –­ by now one of the most renowned and high-capacity ARTWORK/ POSTPRODUCTION- and CGI-STUDIOS in Europe: http://www.recom.de/ and http://www.corporatephoto.de/

"The success of movies like the Lord of the Rings Trilogy and Whale Rider show how powerful the medium of film can be in profiling and branding a country."

"These photos capture the essence of some of our most special places."

Helen Clark / Prime Minister of New Zealand

Supported by:

Thursday, August 28, 2008

In the bamboo forest, a garden of bamboo scent

Choi Byung-Kwan / Korea


In occasion of the 7th Shanghai Biennale PX2 Shanghai will show the amazing photographic-works about "Bamboo" and "Water" of Korean Professor for Photography Choi Byung-Kwan.

Opening reception will be September 5th, 2008, at 6:00pm to 10pm.

Exhibition from 05/09/08 to 26/09/08

Friday, June 20, 2008

The CANSON Infinity Paper China Launch in Shanghai in June 2008

THE NEW GENERATION / a voyage on paper and the Photography exhibition of new works by THOMAS H. IVES.

Opening Event: Friday, June 20th, 2008

This evening was dedicated to all brand new papers of CANSON Infinity and real masters in art history, who had worked on CANSON Arches Fine Art Paper, like Matisse, Picasso, Leger, Braque, Arp, Chagall and Warhol.


On the occasion of the CANSON Infinity launch, PX2 was proud to introduce the new photographic work of:


Born in USA 1946, Thomas H. Ives is a visual artist working in the digital photographic medium. He spent more then 35 years as a photojournalist working for the worlds leading news and feature magazines.

He currently lives for six months on a small island in New Zealand and travel the other six months to interesting locales.


Either part of THE NEW GENERATION / a voyage on paper, was the work of 80 Chinese students from the International School of Communication Design (ISCD) and Design Factory International (DFI-Zhuhai) of Beijing Normal University, Zhuhai City, Guangdong Province, P.R.China.

Friday, April 18, 2008


Friday, April 18th from 6:30pm

The official opening of the new PX2 Studio Shanghai:

Dear Clients and Friends,

YOU are cordially invited to the official opening of our new PX2 Studio Shanghai for printing, proofing, photography and more.


FRIDAY, April 18th 2008
from 6:30pm onwards

This opening is also your evening, because we show YOUR works (19 participants), printed @ PX2 Shanghai. Please enjoy this evening with great works and a glas of wine.

The 19 exhibiting artist and creatives are:

Bertrand Stark, 刘一青(Ayi Liu), Susanne Junker, Xu Pei Wu, Robert Van Der Hilst, 王刚(Wang Gang), Ariana Lindquist, Dirk Robbers, Eric Leleu, Daniele Mattioli, 韩枫(Han Feng), Philip Gostelow, 马良(Maleonn Ma), Patrick Wack, Thomas Fuesser, Marten von Rauschenberg, 比极画廊(Jean Loh @ BeaugesteDesign) and Anders Petersen, J. Walter Thompson and the 上海双年展(Shanghai Biennale).