Di Lu's photographic projects "business man in bazaar" starts since 2012. To be more specifically, he photographs in local bazaar Hetian Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region where people come to exchange goods periodically. He asks people to hold what they sell/buy for a photo shot in a temporary photo studio in bazaar. After finishing the shot, he gives a Polaroid image to each of them as a gift. The artist's rudimentary idea is to record the object exchange based business in a primitive bazaar and then save it as documents.
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