Orange portals by Gigi Chung

An entrance. A window. A door. Portals connect locations and humans. The existence of Gigi Chung’s imposing appearance evokes imagination in the world beyond. Portals can lead to adventures and provide a glimpse of an otherwise unknown universe. The unifying orange in her portal series signifies hope in the future.

“Orange is red brought nearer to humanity by yellow” - Wassily Kandinsky

Almost Mondrian by Gigi Chung

The unifying orange in Gigi Chung’s portal series signifies hope in the future.

Exit by Gigi Chung

Portals can lead to adventures and provide a glimpse of an otherwise unknown universe.

Gigi Chung is a San Francisco-based fine-art photographer who mainly works in medium-format digital photography. She has come to focus on architectural abstracts with a minimalistic approach. She finds the juxtaposition of light, shadows and lines in architecture fascinating. This continues to inspire her for new ideas. Her art work has been exhibited in multiple galleries and museums in Athens, Chania, Cormons, Glasgow, Greenville, Portland, Minneapolis, Taipei, Trieste, Tokyo, San Francisco and Vermont. Some of Chung’s recent accolades include being selected as Kyotographie KG Plus 2020 featured artist, “Inspired With Hasselblad” featured artist, Advertising Self-Promotion Silver Winner and Architecture Bronze Winner in Moscow International Photography Awards, Architecture and Interiors Winner in the 16th Julia Margaret Cameron Awards, Tokyo International Foto Awards Top 5 Jury Pick, Cityscape Series Winner in the 15th Julia Margaret Cameron Awards, Architecture Series Winner in the 14th Julia Margaret Cameron Awards, Golden Design Award, Top 50 Designers And The Most Popular Design in Photography and Photo Manipulation Category in Novum Design Award. She is a contributor to Medium Format Magazine, Jaamzin Creative Magazine and Tagree Magazine.
 

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