Celebrating AAPI Month at QC: A GTM Artist Talk with Perry Hu
65-30 Kissena Blvd
65-30 Kissena Blvd, Flushing, NY 11367, USA
**Rebroadcasted from March 23, 2021 of Queens resident Perry Hu in conversation about his photography and artistic approach.**
Perry Hu uses photography as a tool and medium of regard, in both geographic and mental connection to China, the homeland of his parents who departed it because of civil war. His photography and research activity, in over two decades, has largely focused on a connection to ongoing developments in Chinese society. Hu’s enthusiasm for such sight-seeing—journeying to cultivate a sense of wonder and regard of a broader humanity—is ongoing. Hu will be in conversation with Godwin-Ternbach Museum Co-Director, Louise Weinberg.
Photo: Perry Hu, Wu Gorge, 1995 (color photograph, courtesy of the artist)