Photography of China is very pleased to announce a new collaboration with Yogurt Magazine, a visual arts magazine focused on contemporary photography, based in Rome, Italy. Taking its cue from Jung’s concept of sublimation as part of the royal art where the true gold is made, Yogurt Magazine is continuously reflecting on the limits between eroticism and pornography. In its attempt to draw aside all the veils of the human psyche, Yogurt explores the way in which visual arts trace the new anthropology of Eros.
On this occasion, we have showcased the series "Until Death Do Us Part | 双喜" by the French collector and artist Thomas Sauvin. "Until Death Do Us Part | 双喜" focuses on the unexpected role cigarettes play in Chinese weddings. It is part of Beijing Silvermine project, an archive of half a million negatives salvaged over the years from a recycling plant on the edge of Beijing.
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