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In the photos above, my artwork “Nishikigoi” can be seen hanging in the entrance lobby of Nan Gallery, Taipei. The first Western artist to exhibit at the gallery, which was one of the first in Taiwan, founded 30 years ago.  The work is currently with Der-Horng Gallery (http://www.derhorng.com/en/index.php), my representing gallery in Tainan.

The word koi comes from Japanese, simply meaning “carp”. It includes both the dull grey fish and the brightly colored varieties. What are known as koi in English are referred to more specifically as nishikigoi in Japan (literally meaning “brocaded carp”). In Japanese, koi is a homophone for another word that means “affection” or “love”; koi are, therefore, symbols of love and friendship in Japan. An example of this can be seen in the short story by Mukoda Kuniko, “Koi-san”. The koi is also an often recurring symbol in Irezumi, the Japanese art of traditional tattooing.

The work in question is a photographic pigment print on hand-made cotton based fine-art paper. It comes from a series of four artworks, which are the first of new works produced under my Chinese name, with a specific focus on East Asia. It bears my official chop (seal) on the front lower right side and is signed, numbered and dated verso. Framed in wood behind plexiglas, and bordered in Chinese gold brocade, woven from 24 carat pure gold. The work is a limited edition of 3 (+1 a.p.), and measures 180cm x 125cm (framed size). The full series of four artworks can be viewed on my official website via this link.

Buying a Photograph ~ Guide to Collecting

For those new to the process of collecting photography, the Photographer’s Gallery in London has an interesting guide on the subject published on its website, which for simplicity, can be found HERE in PDF format.  This provides a quite basic insight, but is a useful guide for those with no prior experience or familiarity.

Editorial Feature in Lux Gallery Magazine

Lux Gallery Mag Feature</

I have a special 5 page editorial feature in the November / December edition of Lux Gallery Magazine, written in both Italian and English. CLICK HERE to open the PDF file and read the complete article.

How to Collect Photography ?

This is an interesting You Tube video that I came across, giving some tips on collecting photography:-

New Gallery Representation in Portugal


I have recently reached an agreement with the prestigious Lisbon based art gallery Câmara dos Azuis, who will be representing my work and myself as an artist. I very much look forward to our future collaboration.

Represented by Gallery Stock – New York City

Gallery Stock Logo

I’m pleased to announce that I have recently signed a contract with Gallery Stock in New York City, who will be managing the licensing of a selection of my images for commercial and editorial use.