Created in 2011, Photography of China aims at offering an alternative vision of China and its history through the eyes of the people who love photography. We provide specialised and accessible information, support artists and their works, and uncover visual stories from the advent of the medium to contemporary times. We work with artists, collectors, and a wide range of organisations to conceive, promote, analyse, and exhibit photographic material.
Art Promotion – For Artists and Collectors
Promote artists and artworks on our connected digital platform.
Facilitate artworks’ acquisitions direct from the source.
Provide curatorial advice to develop your photographic collections.
Art Consultancy – For Galleries and Organizations
Showcase your latest projects, news and works.
Facilitate acquisition of copyrights and connect with relevant artists and owners.
Develop concepts, plan and produce exhibitions / talks / other events.
Academic - For Higher Education Institutions
Write introductory texts, reviews and analytical studies.
Teach history of photography, photography in China and Chinese art.
Participate in international conferences.
Marine Cabos 克玛林, Founder
Marine is an art historian specialised in the arts of China, with a particular focus on photography. She launched Photography of China to unearth a wide range of resources and provide curatorial advice for works that treat mainly China. She received her PhD in History of Art from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London. She has published several papers on the art and history of modern and contemporary China and lectured at SOAS, Christie's Education, the EHESS, and the Victoria & Albert Museum. She has worked in major cultural institutions in Shanghai, Paris, and London.
Zack Cao 曹智毅, Development Manager
Born in China and raised in France, Zack grew a particular interest for photography. He has been contributing to the development of Photography of China‘s services thanks to his expertise in French and Chinese market. He is also the founder of millefeuillemag.com, a life and business magazine for Chinese audience. He also owns Millefeuille Agency that develops cultural and economic projects between France and China. He has worked in Management & IT Consulting for some of the French leading companies.