The Shanghai-based photographer Sheila Zhao has been trying to make sense of the innumerable disposed-of candid records she has been unearthing in flea markets.
Partners in work and in life, Ning Kai and Sabrina Scarpa offer ethereal and colourful visions of the natural environment.
Female photographer Yajing Liu discusses her practice-based research.
Michael Cherney’s work is done with the great sophistication that draws on the subtleties of China’s most scholarly and esoteric traditions.
PhD candidate Maria-Caterina Bellinetti introduces her current research that explores the construction of modern China through CCP’s propaganda images taken and published during the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945).
Ou Zhihang has been photographing himself naked, doing push-ups, in front a variety of emblematic urban and natural landscapes.
Known for his sexually-charged and explicit photographs, the Chinese photographer and poet Ren Hang dies at 29.