CYJO’s Mixed Blood series depicts a waypoint in humanity’s progress toward a more integrated society, with the family unit as its base -- as represented by specific families in two of the world’s most influential nations. Mixed Blood is a group of photographs and texts created by CYJO between 2010 and 2013. It portrays families with children of “mixed” races, ethnicities, and cultures in New York City and Beijing.
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