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NEW PHOTOS OF CHINA SINCE 2009

2013-11-14

It is always in the times of drastic changes, the potential of great momentum in going forward is great. This momentum predicts future possibilities and indicates the opportunities of reform.

As we all know, the year of 2009 was a turning point for China and the rest of the world. On one hand, it was considered as a key turning point by which world order and structure were reestablished due to the eruption of the financial crisis; on the other hand, having successfully hosted the Beijing Olympic Games, while maintaining a steady pace of development, despite of the global financial crisis, China’s overall strength and its global position were being recognized by the world.

Since the year 2009, contemporary Chinese photography has revealed diversified and complex phenomena. Its diversity and abundance has surpassed any time since 1949, while it also faces a series of new issues. To further elaborate on the new trend and issues occurred in the last four years of photographic creations in China, we have selected a series of representative artists and their signature works, and divided the exhibition through six perspectives to discuss the new trends and the diversity presented in Chinese photography.


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Liu Xinyi/Century Rise/Single-channel video (HD), silent/02'06''/2011


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Miao Xiaochun/Out of Nothing/3D animation installation/14'00"/2011-2012


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Lin Bolin/Urban Camouflage-Mobile Phone/Inkjet print/112.5cm×150cm/2012


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Zhang Kechun/Fisher on Riverside/Inkjet print/120cm×147cm/2011


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