Discover highlights from our recent tour of China's photographic scene.
Wyatt-Smith, Stanley Collection
The Historical Photographs of China database has released online a new collection of 184 photographs, the vast majority documenting events during the 1911 Xinhai Revolution in Wuhan.
Launched in 1990, the Auguste François Association intends to inventory and promote the life and work of this French Consul who lived in late imperial China.
Watch the exclusive interview of the Dutch photographer Robert van der Hilst.
In 2008, Yang Dezhi was designated a "Red Army primary school" — funded by China's "red nobility" of revolution-era Communist commanders and their families, one of many such institutions that have been established across the country.
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The Italian photographer Alessandro Zanoni offers an invitation to a journey through an elevated urban railway located in the capital of Hubei province traversed by the Yangtze River: Wuhan.
The Finnish artist Saana Wang uses fictive elements - the masks of the traditional Beijing opera - to transform the residents into fictional characters.
For the most part, Western visitors to China in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries regarded Chinese temples, monasteries, shrines, and other religious spaces with a mix of fascination and horror.
Robert van der Hilst is a tireless globetrotter who plunges us inside China's hinterland homes.