During various journeys along the Yellow River, Zhang Kechun did not become seduced by travel photography or pay tribute to the River that was the Cradle of Chinese Civilization. He has developed a panorama, without ever dramatizing it visually, of one of the biggest rivers in the world, whose basin is on the verge of becoming a desert. He has...
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