Last month, PHOTOFAIRS | Shanghai has cemented its position as Asia Pacific’s leading destination for collecting photography. Read its official report.
“Combing for Ice and Jade” is a love letter to Kurt Tong’s nanny, one of the few remaining self combed women in the world. Amongst the artist’s upcoming shows: “The Queen, The Chairman and I” at Lianzhou Museum of Photography (until 4th November) and at Rugby Gallery & Museum (until 27th October). The series “Combing for Ice and Jade” will be soon published by Jiazazhi Press.
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Zhang Kechun (born 1980 in Sichuan, China) is an artist currently based in Chengdu. This week, he is taking over Photography of China Instagram account and is posting some of his past and current works. His artworks will be shown at PHOTOFAIRS | Shanghai from 21-23 September 2018 at Shanghai Exhibition Center. Feel free to drop by!
A recap of our Summer 2018.
Hope you had a good break this Summer! We are back with our regular visual stories feeds from our platform. We start by a series of articles about PHOTOFAIRS | Shanghai, the major art fair dedicated to photography in Shanghai that will open at the Shanghai Exhibition Center from September 21-23, 2018.