Discover unique selfies taken by Wang Qiuhang during the Cultural Revolution between 1966 and 1976.
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For those who are passionate about photographic material from China, here are three reasons to visit the Parisian exhibition “Auto-Photo”.
Watch two rare documentaries showing Taiwan in the late 1950.
Shanghai Center of Photography (SCôP) brings together familiar and previously unseen examples of work that spans Zhang Haier’s career. The selection begins from his primary sources of inspiration – women, yes, but family members initially not strangers – and is focused on the major themes that emerged.
From 1909 to 1915, the Commercial Press of Shanghai appointed the American missionary Francis Eugene Stafford as manager of the photo-engraving department.
Spotlight exhibition will show the last authenticated prints of the late Chinese artist Ren Hang (1987-2017)
From the exhibition “The Dimension of Tradition – Copying and the Collection for the National Traditional Painting by CAFA in the 1950s and 1960s”, held until August 27 at CAFA Art Museum (Beijing).
More information: CAFA Art Museum website