Jennilee Marigomen Exhibition Opening RSVP - April 18th, 5 - 7 pm
Jennilee Marigomen Exhibition Opening RSVP - April 18th, 5 - 7 pm
Jennilee Marigomen Exhibition Opening RSVP - April 18th, 5 - 7 pm
Jennilee Marigomen Exhibition Opening RSVP - April 18th, 5 - 7 pm
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Jennilee Marigomen : Sehnsucht We are delighted to showcase the work of Vancouver based Photographer Jennilee Marigomen at the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Cl...

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Jennilee Marigomen : Sehnsucht


We are delighted to showcase the work of Vancouver based Photographer Jennilee Marigomen at the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden. Her photography exhibition titled: Sehnsucht, which is part of the Capture Photography Festival, will run in the Hall of One Hundred Rivers exhibition space from April 17th - July 17th.

The exhibition opening is free to the public and the opening will take place Thursday, April 18th, from 5 pm - 7 pm.  

Jennilee Marigomen's exhibition explores the space between everyday phenomena and ephemerality. With a keen eye for capturing fleeting moments and the beauty found in everyday life, Marigomen's work delves into the realm of human intervention and reflection in the natural world. In this exhibition, Marigomen's photographs provide a unique perspective on the ever-changing landscape, often overlooked in our busy lives. Through her lens, we witness the delicate dance between stillness and time, allowing us to reflect on the transience and changing nature of our surroundings. Using light, reflections, and saturated colours, Marigomen uses images to evoke a sense of quiet introspection, inviting viewers to pause and contemplate the world around them. Amidst the future of forest fires and environmental challenges, Marigomen's work strives to be optimistic. However, as the title Sehnsucht suggests, her work straddles between optimism and melancholy. She contemplates that life is imperfect, with a hope for a better future for the next generation. Her work is a search for happiness while coming to terms with the fact that some of these desires may be unattainable. Through Jennilee Marigomen's lens, we are reminded of the intricate connection between humanity and the natural world, encouraging us to consider our role in preserving the beauty and tranquillity that exists amid change.

This exhibition is part of the 2024 Capture Photography Festival Selected Exhibitions Program. We gratefully acknowledge the support from The Lab, Professional Digital Image Works and the City of Vancouver - Arts, Culture & Community Services.

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