It opened on 9 April at the Three Shadows Photography Art Centre in Caochangdi, Beijing, and will continue until 3 June 2016. It's an impressive show, as usual, and presented to a high level under curator Chen Shen, it deserves to be widely seen. Internationally, not just throughout China, because it is hard to imagine seeing a better range of work to reflect what is happening in Chinese photography today.
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