Charwei Tsai solo show at the Parisian gallery mor charpentier: plunging into a nebulous atmosphere in which macro and micro meet.
Interview of Solange Brand, who took informal views of China’s Cultural Revolution in the late 1960s.
Guoman Liao initially went out into the streets taking portraits and later developed the interest for fashion photography.
French CNAP consented two significant loans to the Museum of Contemporary Art & Planning Exhibition (MOCAPE) in Shenzhen and the Chongqing University Museum.
Chang Chungliang explores the theatricality of everyday life, the conflicting relationships between the intimate (interior) and public (outdoor) space
Pierre Bessard is an independent-publisher based in Paris who supports challenging projects in book form by creating graphically unconventional artists limited editions.
Xiaoxiao Xu travelled across her motherland China in order to capture farmers striving to build their own aircraft.
Steven Harris is the Director of the Shanghai-based Gallery M97. Discover his view on contemporary photographic practices in China.
In “Double Happiness”, Chien-Chi Chang offers a brutal depiction of the business of selling brides in Vietnam.
Liang Shitai was a Cantonese studio photographer, specialised in portraits of high-ranking officials in the 1870s.