Captured in black & white square format gelatin silver films, Hu Li’s spectacular visual celebration of the Chinese New Year, presented through the 204 pages of his newly published photo-book titled “Central Plain”, is a sum-up of his documentary of a decade-long pursuit across the rural counties of the Henan Province.
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