The M97 Gallery in Shanghai is offering a tour through the history of Chinese photography with two interesting artists. Luo Dan, who uses the traditional wet collodion process (invented in 1850), has documented underdeveloped regions of rural China, where life has stayed much the same for decades, even centuries.
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