The Chinese photographer Fengyuan Fing developes a unique universe. There coming across a dreamlike atmosphere, surrealist influences, retro iconography, realism, reminiscences of Japanese (Ozu) and Hollywood cinema like a painting both eastern and western. The Chinese artist creates a ceremonial world where tenderness and eroticism mingle. This shows a lack of inhibition, of fear, of preconceptions in the face of the morality of his country, on the part of the artist and asks the same abandon of those looking at it.
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