Starting from the early 1990s, Liu Zheng took photographs of the Chinese from every region and social stratum.
Shanghai based photographer and lecturer Peter Dixie talks about his practice. Discover his interview.
Sam Tata offers one of the rare visual records of the arrival of the Communists in Shanghai in 1949.
The Sino-Japanese artistic duo Rong Rong and Inri have shaped contemporary photography in China. Their collaborative work unfolds an intimate world while connecting with China’s socio-economic transformations.
The Englishman Thomas Child was a gas engineer and amateur photographer who captured traditional architecture and monuments in 1870s China.
I had the honour to interview the Chinese photographer Weng Fen. Discover his thinking and creative process.
Meng Zhaorui was a famous photographer of the People’s Liberation Army. He recorded pivotal historical events and political figures throughout his career.
Lin Zhipeng – aka No.223 – snaps his view of youth culture and lifestyles in contemporary China.
In his series “Dust Never Sleeps” Alessandro Zanoni presents an oneiric and timeless vision of Shanghai.
Photography of China is proud to announce its new Youtube channel. Have a look at the first video: an interview with the photographer Stefen Chow.