While on my way to FotoFest in Houston, I was honored to be given a tour of Charlotte Temple’s upcoming exhibition at The Museum of East Texas’ by the Director, J.P. McDonald, while it was being hung. Temple has been photographing rural China and it’s minority areas for over thirty years. She’s traveled to many of the "remote reaches of the country documenting the enduring beauty of the land and it’s people, their dignity and resilience.
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