Hangzhou, rather than Shanhai or Beijing. Not the usual locations of the contemporary Chinese photography scene, such as Lianzhou and Pingyao International Foto Festival, or the International Photo Fair in Shanghai, but instead a provincial town. But not just any old town: Hangzhou is home to China Academy of Art.
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